Breeders and fanciers of hunting retrievers organized themselves in 2000 as the Salt Chuck Hunting Retriever Club (SCHRC). The SCHRC is affiliated with the Hunting Retriever Club Inc. (HRC) who provides the guidelines for testing hunting retrievers, and the United Kennel Club Inc (UKC), who carries the registry for the HRC. The SCHRC was created for the express purpose of advancing the principles of the HRC and the UKC.
The HRC is a family oriented organization focused on realistic hunting situations, both in training and testing. While most members own retrievers, the HRC is open to any other hunting dog breeds that can do the work. Handlers of all ages and experience are encouraged to join us. All hunt tests are sanctioned by the UKC, the largest registry of hunting dogs in the world.
The SCHRC works toward the betterment of hunting retrievers through the
sharing of knowledge on breeding and training among its members and providing
controlled testing for hunting retrievers. Further, it is the purpose
of this Club to promote complimentary conservation, and management of
game birds and wildlife species and stewardship of their habitat.
To join, you may a) complete the online membership application, or b) fill out and mail this membership application to the secretary (address is on the form). For you and your dog to be able to run in sanctioned Hunting Retriever Club events and earn points, you must be a member of the national Hunting Retriever Club Inc. and your dog must be registered with the United Kennel Club Inc. Please visit their websites for additional information.
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