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January Guardian - German Shepherd Dog Club of Atlanta

January Guardian - German Shepherd Dog Club of Atlanta

January Guardian - German Shepherd Dog Club of

The GuardianA Monthly Publication of the German ShepherdDog Club of Atlanta, Inc.January Issue, 2013If you missed the Christmas party you missed a wonderful time. Our clubs social events are greattimes to meet new friends and pick up ideas about owning a German Shepherd Dog.If I did not mention it earlier our clubs newsletter (The Guardian) won first place for the secondyear in the German Shepherd Dog Club of America’s national Newsletter Competition. Thanksto everyone who helped me with the newsletter. Our club also was given an Honorable MentionAward in the Regional Club Challenge. This is difficult competition because it involves what allof our members do throughout the year. Our thanks to Stacey Pollio who follows up andtabulates the efforts of our club members. There are 98 regional German Shepherd Dog clubs inthe United States, so getting into the top group is always noteworthy.A special treat to those of who live in or near Atlanta. On January 25, 26, 27 the GermanShepherd Dog Club of America Board will host their January board meeting at the airport HiltonHotel (see Calendar below). A special “think tank” session will be held on Friday night at 7PM.This discussion will allow members to have input on a wide range of important topics that affectthe breed and the club. No reservations are needed just show up. The Saturday and Sunday boardmeeting is also open to everyone. Don’t miss it. Go see and meet your national board members.The German Shepherd Dog Club of Atlanta board met last week and decided to host anotherherding and instinct day where owners can get their dog certified in herding. More to come laterafter details have been worked out.“Bloat – What You Need to Know”. This is a new research article on bloat. It is a dreadeddisease that occurs in dogs when the stomach distends with air and then while dilated, twists.This action interferes with the blood supply to the stomach and other digestive organs, blocks thepassage of food, causes the stomach to distend, impedes the return of blood to the heart andresults in reducing cardiac output. Blood and oxygen are deprived from tissues which in turncauses them to die releasing toxins into the blood stream which causes serious disturbances inheart rhythms and usually results in death unless treated. This new article can be found atwww.breedingbetterdogs.com. Click on articles.Editor1

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