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  15. Pulmonary hypertension is a type of high blood pressure that affects the lungs of both animals and people. When tiny vessels in the lungs become narrowed or blocked, it becomes harder for blood to flow through and can cause the heart to weaken or fail. View the full article
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    October Brags

    Debbie B. bragged that Gracie “GCH Joywood’s Amazing Grace Quentessinal at Tu Schus in Roseburg won Select bitch 9/6, 9/7 won Best Opposite Sex, BOB Owner Hander and Owner Handler Group 3 and is officially more than ½ way to her Bronze Grand Championship. Cindi M bragged that Cammies puppy, Starla, has joined the Laufer family in Longview. She is joining Marshall (a Zoe grandson). Their sweet Kendall crossed the Rainbow Bridge and I am convinced that she sent Starla to her loving family. Love, Nanny Cindi Cindi M bragged that Kinloch’s Razzle Dazzle ‘Em, Billy Flynn, earned his Novice Trick Title at the Cairntastic day Sept 14 Vicki H bragged that Drake won the Barley Cup at our recent Fun day, Sept. 14. Vicki H bragged that Phoebe was the fastest “bitch” and winner of the Hot Dog Bobbing contest at the fun day. Hallie G bragged that her 2 dogs, Eleanor and Johnny, are going to a new home in a few weeks. They will live in a 1926 craftsman house in Portland and have decided to let Hallie move in too to pay the mortgage. Hallie G bragged that Kinloch’s Quarry Man at Lee Park, aka Johnny, got his CGC by the skin of his teeth but his mom is proud of him anyway. Betsy P bragged that Mario got his first Rally Novice obedience leg on dirt at the St Helens (Longview KC) show. Vicky M bragged that Champion Quail Creek Dishing the Dirt, at the Umpqua Kennel Club show, won Select Bitch on Sept. 5 and Best Opposite Sex and BOBOH Sept. 6. At the Southern Oregon Terrier Assoc, show took Best Opposite Sex Sept 6. She has the new Title GCH. Sharon H. bragged that Kinloch’s William Wallace (Buddy) started puppy school and, of course, did VERY well in his first class.
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    Tracking Clinic

    Awesome, thank you! Could you do a Chimp mail now
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    Tracking Clinic

    The Word attachment link to crctc.org/tracking should link to https://www.crctc.org/store/product/217-introduction-to-tracking/ instead. /tracking does not exist. (The store item is currently set for members; I will open for public tonight before I go to bed )
  20. Saturday, October 19, 2019, Champoeg State Park – Day Use Area Oak 4. For details see our news article Introduction to Tracking Seminar

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    CRCTC Pot Luck Holiday Bash and Gift Exchange

    Bring yourself Bring a potluck dish to share Bring your Holiday Spirit Bring a Gift for the Fun Filled Gift exchange ($20 limit). (Optional) This event is so much fun, the gift exchange gives us all side aches from laughing as we "steal" from one another. Good Food, Good Gifts, Good Cairn Friends! Hope you can join us!
  22. Border collies are highly trainable, greyhounds love to chase, and German shepherds make good guard dogs. While the environment plays a role, traits like these are highly heritable, according to a study of 101 dog breeds. The work identifies 131 genetic variants associated with breed differences in behavior. View the full article
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    Introduction to Tracking Seminar

    Hosted by Columbia River Cairn Terrier Club Introduction To Tracking Saturday, October 19, 2019 Champoeg State Park – Day Use Area Oak 4 8239 Champoeg Rd NE, St Paul, OR 97137 Two Sessions 8:00am – 12:00pm 12:45pm – 4:45pm Sessions are Limited to 5 working teams and 5 auditing spots (no dog). $35 per working team (dog and handler) $20 auditor (participates in exercises except working their own dog) Note: the park charges $5 per car for parking (pay when entering) Light snacks will be provided. About the instructor: Dave Vesely has been training dogs for the AKC tracking program since 2002 and has earned multiple TD, TDU, TDX titles with his Belgian Shepherds. He has also been training professional wildlife detection dogs or more than 10 years and has certified a SARDUS search and rescue trailing dog. Dave also teaches private lessons in the Corvallis/Albany area. About the seminar: The goal is to give you the information and experience you need to continue your training on your own or with your friends. The participating dogs will be worked in two separate sessions. All attendees will receive a packet of information including outlines of all lecture material, training ideas and an outline for training progression. The seminar will be filled on a prepaid, first-come, first-serve basis. Register Now General Info:This event will be held rain or shine. We will be out working in the fields regardless of the weather. Please plan to bring appropriate clothing (including footwear). Lectures will be held in an open-sided covered building. There are public restrooms available for our use. Bring a harness and long line if you have them available, there may be some available. No Flexi leads! Please bring a 6’ leash and a flat buckle collar for your dog and high value treats. Dogs: Participating dogs may be crated inside the covered meeting area. Non-participating dogs should be left at home unless they are comfortable and quiet residing in your vehicle throughout the day. All dogs are welcome to be walked on leash (no flexi leads) during breaks and lunchtime. No exercise pens. No bitches in season allowed: If your bitch comes in season, please let us know as soon as possible. You will have the option of bringing a different dog or changing the status from working to auditor (with partial refund). Your bitch in season should stay home. For offline registration and release of liability form or any questions please contact: Betsy Peets 503-329-1176 happismom@yahoo.com
  24. Dog ownership was associated with a 33% lower risk of early death for heart attack survivors living alone and 27% reduced risk of early death for stroke survivors living alone, compared to people who did not own a dog. Dog ownership was associated with a 24% reduced risk of all-cause mortality and a 31% lower risk of death by heart attack or stroke compared to non-owners. View the full article
  25. New research finds dog owners are often inaccurate when measuring out kibble using a scoop, putting the dogs at risk of under-nourishment or weight gain. View the full article
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