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The German Shepherd Club of Greater Raleigh holds meetings on the first Wednesday of each month. You and your dog are welcome to join us for learning and socialization. Click on upcoming meetings for meeting topic information. Your dogs are welcome and you do not need to be a member to attend.
Our monthly meetings are held at Millbrook Exchange Community Building at 1905 Spring Forest Rd, Raleigh, NC 27615.  Meeting starts at 7:00 p.m. and the time allotted for guest speakers is typically 7-8 p.m. with an additional 15-20 minutes for Q&A.
The Next Meeting: 
October 2, 2018 - Our meeting this month will be on the first Tuesday of the month, October 2.  We will meet as a club and participate in a swap. Items to swap would be dog related items, i.e. books, toys, collars, leashes, perhaps doggie diapers, or any other dog related items you have around the house and are no longer using. We hope you find this fun. We can donate any items not claimed to local animal shelter but it's not can simply take items home if you wish.    

We'd also like to start with meeting participants introducing themselves and sharing the following:

1. Where you got your GSD.

2. What training have you achieved with you it professional training or something you've done on your own.

3. Your favorite trick you've accomplished with your GSD.

It is not absolutely necessary you introduce yourselves as some of us are shy. However, this gives us a chance to get to know more about each other. 

If we have extra time, we can open the meeting to questions regarding GSD care, training and health.  

We also need to discuss upcoming officer elections.



At our meeting on Wednesday August 5, we had a special guest, Donnie Harrison, Wake County Sheriff.  He and his K-9 Sargent discussed selection and training for the K-9 police.  Always a popular and engaging presentation, each of the stories that they shared clearly demonstrated their love for their jobs and the genuine concern and commitment that they have for their community. Thank you Sheriff Harrison!


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