WVGDC Mission Statement

To protect, safeguard, preserve, and better the Great Dane breed.

To educate all interested parties about the Great Dane breed.

To abide by the Great Dane Club of America’s Breeders Code of Ethics and to follow the American Kennel Club’s breed standard and rules.

To sponsor a Great Dane Specialty annually.

Meetings

WVGDC holds 6-8 meetings a year. The dates and time are posted on our website

Our next meeting is March 17th, 2018 at 2pm. If you would like more information about the meeting please contact WVGDC Secretary

The other tentatively scheduled meetings for 2018 are: Sunday June 10th, 2018, Sunday August 12th, 2018,  our Summer BBQ party will follow the meeting.

If you would like more information about the club you can join the wvgdc-friends yahoo group. We send out invitations to club meetings, agendas and general news to the group list. If you would like to be added to the wvgdc-friends yahoo group contact WVGDC Secretary

Membership

Willamette Valley Great Dane Club is actively searching for new members to join our fun! We all love our Great Danes and look forward to meeting and spending time with other Great Dane lovers to educate and promote the welfare of our beloved breed.

If you would like to learn more about the club and the process of joining, check out this page. Our membership application can be accessed here. Please complete the application and either  email the application to the club Secretary or if you would like to mail the paper application, email the Secretary to get the house address to send it to.

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Willamette Valley Great Dane Club Code of Ethics

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Willamette Valley Great Dane Club History

We are looking for more information about our Club’s History

The club started around 1957 and filed with the state of Oregon for incorporation in 1967. Two of our current club members joined the club before 1967. Prior to 1967 the club had a different name, it was the Great Dane Club of Oregon. In order to be less region specific they chose a less geographically specific name and we became the Willamette Valley Great Dane Club.