Watch the BMDCO calendar for specifics of coming events: Monthly board meetings, Berner meet-and-greets, conformation events, carting clinics and much more.
And a friendly reminder, if you haven't already, please submit your 2020 membership dues no later than March 31st.
Attending board meetings is a great way to keep up on club business and to put faces to the names of board members. Our meeting agenda may be packed full, yet we also have a doggone good time in the process.
BMDCO board meetings are always open for members to attend. They are normally the second Wednesday of the month at Village Inn Bridgeport (Tigard). We meet at 6:30 p.m. to order dinner and socialize. The actual meeting starts at 7:00 p.m. We are seated in one of the private dining areas, so ask the host where to find us. We alternate between in-person and phone-in board meetings so if you have business before the board please contact a board member to present your issue.
The Bernese Mountain Dog Club of Oregon (BMDCO) was established in 1983 to protect and support the needs of Bernese Mountain Dogs. We proudly boast a membership of over 150 people, with more joining all the time.
New members are always welcome - you needn’t own a Bernese Mountain Dog to belong to the club.
BMDCO 2020 Draft Tests
This year's draft tests will be held at Willamette Mission State Park on May 29th, 30th and 31st.
The Premium List can be found here.
See the Calendar page for info on upcoming club events.
Inland Northwest Bernese Mountain Dog Club (Washington, Idaho, Montana and northeast Oregon)
Bernese Mountain Dog Club of Alaska (BMDC of AK)
Please update Berner Garde when you get a new pup or rescue dog – also when you have lost one of your beloved companions.
You can note certificates, titles, health issues, date of death, cause of death, temperament concerns, number of litters and even studies entered. Photos are always a plus!
Help us promote long, healthy lifespans in Berners! Contribute to the Berner-Garde Foundation database so that we can track and, hopefully reduce, the inherited health issues of the breed.
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