Regional Field Contacts2018-08-13T20:18:36+00:00

Regional Field Contacts

A list of regional club contacts that can help to connect you to local training partners and activities.

Club Website Offerings Field Training Contacts
The Great Western
Flat-Coated
Retriever Club

CA, AZ, NE, OR, WA
www.gwfcrc.org Annual Hunt Test and Monthly Field training Sessions Ed Ferner, CA
Northwest
Flat-Coated
Retriever Club

North Western States
www.nwflatcoat.org Annual WC/X Tests & training contacts Jo Chinn
Northeast
Flat-Coated
Retriever Club

New England
www.NEFCRC.org Annually: Field Training
Workshops, WC/X Test,
Bumper Scurry, Fun Field Day
Priscilla Johnson, NH
Becky Whitmeyer, NH
Bunny Millikin, RI
Sally Bridges, MA
Mid-Atlantic
Flat-Coated
Retriever Club

PA, NJ, NY, DE, MD
www.mafcrc.org Field training contacts
Valerie Bernhardt, PA
Midwest Waterways
Flat-Coated
Retriever Club

OH, IA, MI, KY
www.MWFCRC.org Annual WC/X Test Adele Yunck,  MI
Flat-Coated Retriever
Club of Illinois

IL, WI
www.fcrci.org Annual WC/WCX Test,
Shot Flyer Training Day, Field Training contacts
Wayne Wilkinson, IL
Upper Midwest
Flat-Coated
Retriever Club

Upper Mid-West
www.umfcrc.com Joanne Stairs, WI
Capital Region
Flat-Coated
Retriever Club

DC, MD
www.crfcrc.org Annual JH & SH tests Chris Lebel, MD
Southern Skies
Flat-Coated
Retriever Club

FL
www.southernskiesfcrc.org WC/X tests, regular training schedule throughout Florida Kelli Riggs, FL

FCRSA

Flat-Coats are slow maturing dogs but even in the "mature" Flat-Coat there usually remains a spark of joy & mischief!

FCRSA

The Flat-Coat is a thinking dog.

FCRSA

One of the leading authorities on the breed, Dr. Nancy Laughton of Great Britain, refers to the Flat-Coat as a canine Peter Pan.

Flat-Coated Retriever Society of America

The Flat-Coated Retriever Society of America is committed to protecting and advancing the interests of the breed through health, education, research, responsible breeding and rescue.

About the Flat-Coated Retriever

A determined hunting dog with a small head and mouth can retrieve a large bird, but will not be able to hold it as gently and securely and retrieve repetitively with as much stamina and longevity as the dog with the long head, long muzzle and large, strong jaws.