GNYHC Mission Statement
The Greater New York Havanese Club (GNYHC) is a specialty breed club whose mission is to educate both the Havanese exhibitor and pet owner about the breed: its special needs; its health issues and to mentor new Havanese owners.Club objectives are to: protect breed integrity, support and encourage public education, Havanese exhibition in shows, responsible breeding practices, disseminate information about breed health issues, participate in Havanese rescue, and host the GNYHC website.The GNYHC subscribes to the Code of Ethics, Constitution and By-Laws of the Havanese Club of America, and the American Kennel Club.
Come join us for a gathering, picnic and
fun day at the
Suffolk County Kennel Club
7th Annual Canine Experience Event
Sunday July 27, 2014 Rain or shine
SCKC AKC Canine Experience Match Show
Featuring: Canine Good Citizen Test, Agility “Run Thrus”, Grooming Demonstrations, Handling Classes, General & Breed Specific Information
St. Johnland Nursing Center
395 Sunken Meadow Road
Kings Park, Long Island, NY
The event begins at 9:00am, however a special class to show you how to stack and handle your dog were you to show him or her, will begin at 11:00am and fun "practice" run throughs in agility and rally begin at 12:00 noon.
The GNYHC will have a canopy marking our spot. Want to know more about the breed? Do you have grooming questions? We'll gladly point out the best resources and and demonstrate how to maintain your Havanese's coat.
We'll have a short club meeting at 12:30pm.
Bring food for yourself, water for your dog (all dogs welcome) and a chair or blanket upon which to sit.
Directions to fairgrounds:
L.I. Expressway to Exit 53; Sunken Meadow Parkway North to Exit SM4. Take Pulaski Road East (at the intersection with Rt. 25A it becomes Old Dock Rd.) Go approximately 1 1⁄2 miles to Sunken Meadow Road (Traffic light.). Turn LEFT and enter the site at the 2nd entrance on the right.
Bring water, bowls, cleanup bags, & chairs and observe the following rules:
Keep dogs leashed and under control at all times.
No prong collars or flexi-leads.
Be sure to clean up after your dogs at all times.