Posts Tagged Hunting Retriever Club


Property Rules

RULES AND POLICIES FOR PVHRC TRAINING PROPERTIES 1.    The primary purpose of these leases is for retriever training and club activities. 2.       Be courteous to fellow members using the grounds the same time you are, i.e., do not drive through the middle of their tests or patterns, or crowd them by working so closely that you […]

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Glossary

Retriever Training & Hunt Test Glossary Author: Rich Carpenter For beginners to dog training and retriever hunting tests, the jargon can be confusing, with common words taking on new meanings, or the same word use to mean two very different things, depending on the context. This is not all inclusive, and you may find other […]

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By-laws

CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS (changes voted at the 2007 Annual Meeting) CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS OF THE PLATTE VALLEY HUNTING RETRIEVER CLUB, INC. PREAMBLE The breeders and fanciers of Hunting Retrievers have organized themselves as the Platte Valley Hunting Retriever Club, Inc. and affiliated with the Hunting Retriever Club, Inc. for the express purpose of advancing the […]

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Benefits of Membership

What are the benefits of membership in Platte Valley HRC? Well there are several. The first and most obvious is probably what brought you to this site: getting a better performing retriever to hunt with. You get an opportunity to meet a lot of people, locally and from other states, with similar interests. You get […]

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Rules

PVHRC Rules PVHRC By-laws PVHRC Property Rules 2013 HRC Rulebook

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Membership

See membership applications at bottom of page. By joining and participating in the PVHRC you not only get a retriever that you are proud to hunt with, but you are also entitled to: Access to dog training grounds – PVHRC has access to three training areas for water and upland training. Members can use the training […]

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About HRC

Do you own a retriever? Would you like to see your dog become an even better hunting companion? Do you believe a good retriever is an important wildlife conservation tool for the hunter? Do you find training books helpful, but wish you could find someone to train with? Do you wish you could send your […]

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