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SAVE THE DATE - We are having a "meet and greet" Saturday May 22nd at Millbrook Exchange Park Pavillion 2 from 10:30 am - 1 ish pm. A great opportunity for the socialization we (and our pups) have been missing during the panemic.  We hope to see you there!



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.
 
Currently, due to COVID restrictions at Millbrook Exchange, we are having Zoom meetings on Wednesdays.  Please contact our President, Mary Bjelica.
 
 
 
The Next Meeting: 

We will have a club meeting via Zoom on Wednesday, May 5, 2021. Our speaker is Dr. David Huff with Plantation Animal Hospital. Dr. Huff has spoken at club meetings in the past about reproduction and basic animal care...puppy to senior. This time I'm excited about the topic of laser therapy. Dr. Huff performs the procedures at his vet practice in Clayton, NC (Plantation Animal Hospital). He also holds 3-4 day seminars on the subject so we are lucky to have him give us a high-level overview of the procedure. I'll let him tell you all it's applications as I only know I first heard of it when one of club member Deeda Duncan's puppies experienced an injury to it's leg which was corrected with laser therapy.

 See the "In the News" page for important information regarding reports of canine influenza in North Carolina.

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