July 7th at the Owl Tavern in Harrodsburg. The meeting will start at noon
The Central Kentucky Herding Group Club is an AKC licensed club promoting Herding breeds in Central Kentucky. If you own a herding dog or are interested in learning more about herding dogs we invite you to join us. Our members are involved in a variety of events including agility, obedience, rally, tracking and of course, herding. CKHGC hosts herding trials in the Central Kentucky area twice a year.
Upcoming Events


The Central Kentucky Shetland Sheepdog Club
proudly presents

First Aid from A to Z
PRACTICAL TIPS ON CARING FOR YOUR CANINE AT HOME AND ON THE ROAD

A SEMINAR GIVEN BY
LIBBYE MILLER DVM


Saturday July 27, 2019 from 1:00PM – 3:00PM
Location: Woodford County Ag Extension Building
184 Beasley Drive - Versailles, KY 40383-8992

The Central Kentucky Shetland Sheepdog Club is proud to host this seminar open to ALL dog lovers who want to learn more about offering their dog the best care possible.
Have you ever wondered what to do IF ?

  1. Your dog has an upset stomach?
  2. Your dog has an allergic reaction to something?
  3. How to determine when the situation is a real emergency and your dog needs immediate vet care
  4. How to give CPR and treat wounds
  5. For those who breed dogs, how to handle common whelping emergencies
These are just a few of the topics that Dr. Miller will discuss – you won’t want to miss her awesome, information filled presentation.

To register for this seminar, please email Nancy at rerunyon@aol.com or call her at 859-265-0881. Pre-registration is NOT required but we would like to know how many people to expect.

Cost will be $10.00. This includes snacks, coffee and water
Free for Children (18 years of age and under)

CKSSC will provide attendees with coffee, water and light snack which is included in your registration fee


Libbye Miller DVM has been showing dogs for 41 years and practicing veterinary medicine for 37 years with a special interest in performance dogs. She has shown in conformation, obedience, tracking, herding, and agility and lives on a farm in Elizabethtown with her husband, a Belgian Tervuren, and about 50 sheep.
 
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