Resources 2018-01-02T02:34:00+00:00

Books

A good source of books about dogs can be found at www.dogwise.com (formerly Direct Book Services).

  • 1982 Flat Coated Retriever Directory of North American Dogs – Nancy & Mark Cavallo (out of print)
  • 1986 Flat Coated Retriever Directory of North American Dogs – Nancy & Mark Cavallo (out of print)
  • 1990 Flat Coated Retriever Directory of North American Dogs – Nancy & Mark Cavallo (out of print)
  • 1994 Flat Coated Retriever Directory of North American Dogs – Nancy & Mark Cavallo (out of print)
  • 2000 Flat Coated Retriever Directory of North American Dogs – Nancy & Mark Cavallo (out of print)
  • 2005 Flat Coated Retriever Directory of North American Dogs – Nancy & Mark Cavallo (available: mcavallo@yahoo.com )
  • 2011 Flat Coated Retriever Directory of North American Dogs – Nancy & Mark Cavallo (available: mcavallo@yahoo.com )
  • Mason, Joan (1996). Flat-Coated Retrievers Today. Ringpress Books, Ltd., Gloucestershire. ISBN: 1-86054-085-
  • Petch, Paddy (1988). The Complete Flat-Coated Retriever. The Boydell Press, New York. ISBN: 0-85115-463-8
  • Phillips, Brenda (1996). The World of Dogs: Flatcoated Retrievers. Kingdom Books, Waterlooville, England. ISBN: 1-85279-018-0

Articles

The following resources are not endorsed by the Flat-Coated Retriever Society of America, Inc. They are intended to be a sampling of information to help you learn more about Flat-Coated Retrievers. If you have contributions for this section, please send them to Janice Anthes  janthes@swcp.com

Health

Conformation

Training

Breeders

FAQ - Purchasing a Flat-Coat

Art & Photography

Links

Clubs and Societies

E-mail Lists

  • FCRlist: Canine specialty list for Flat Coated Retrievers. You must read and agree to abide by the rules in the welcome file *before* posting to FCRlist. Anyone wanting to join the list should send an email to FCRlist+owner@googlegroups.com. Within the email, please write a brief statement of your interest in Flatcoats and your full name.
  • fcrBARF: A list for people feeding their Flat-Coated Retrievers a raw, natural, species appropriate, BARF-type diet, and for those interested in doing so. See groups.yahoo.com/group/fcrBARF for more information.

Health

Show Superintendents and Dog Show Resources

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.