Bernese Mountain Dog Club of Canada
UNIQUE Herding Sweatshirt!!!! Two
week raffle ONLY!
The Bernese Mountain Dog Club of Canada 2010 National Specialty
will be held in Chilliwack, BC, on 1-5 April 2010 (Easter holiday).
In connection with this specialty, we are hoping to be able to offer
a Canadian (unofficial) Herding Instinct Test for the first time.
As a fund raiser to help with this event, Coral Denis has
kindly donated a top quality sweatshirt (size: L) with a
machine-embroidered motif (designed and sewn by Ingrid Miller) of a
bernese mountain dog with sheep, which will be offered through a
dedicated raffle. This is a unique, limited edition sweatshirt,
which will only be available through selected channels between now
and the 2010 specialty!
Raffle tickets cost $2 each (US$ or Can$) and are available
between now and Saturday, May 2, after which the draw will take
If you wish to buy raffle tickets for this unique item, please
send an e-mail between now and April 24 to either of:
Coral Denis firstname.lastname@example.org
Ingrid Miller email@example.com
Lisbeth Plant firstname.lastname@example.org
Payment can be made via cheque (made out to BMDCC) or in person
in Portland during the BMDCA national specialty.
From April 25 onwards, tickets can be bought for cash from the
above individuals in Portland, and one of us will be at the herding
trial, displaying the sweatshirt.
Cobble Hill, BC, Canada
BMDCC 2010 Specialty Show Chair BMDCC Treasurer & Health
Records Chair; Berner-Garde Operator
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And a bit of fun here from Coral, and a
unique view of Pepin's sheep herding skills!
"Pepin loves sheep herding. The instructor has told Lisbeth,
who is her teacher, that Pepin will kick butt at the sheep herding
trials in May and June. I cannot believe how well she works with the
sheep, she has such power and agility with her dips and dives. This is a
drawing my friend in Wales did for me for Lisbeth for Christmas, artwork
by Bonny Bullock. I love it."
Mountain Dog Club of Canada (BMDCC)