2015 chukar finalists: Baron/Malesker, Emmitt, Malesker, Blaze/Barensten, Midi/Wimpenny, Jager/Wilson, Kelly, Wimpenny
Members plant birds, chair trials attend fundraisers and various other tasks for the club and each other.
Our field trials typically run February through May. These trials are for fun and friendly competition and can also be used as a training experience, especially for the new member. During the rest of the year we have a summer picnic along with a Christmas party. We also have a booth at the International Sportsmens Exposition every year.
April 30 trial has been
rescheduled to next the weekend due to upcoming weather
The purpose of our Club is to provide a place for members to train their pointing Dog(s) year round and extended the hunting experience through friendly, competitive field trials. We have approximately 150 acres of land 12 miles north of Strasburg, Co. We have a spacious club house and for your convenience a porta potty is there year round.
We strive to promote the pointing dog breed not for profit or personal gain but to promote upland game hunting, dog training, field safety and to share and teach others.
Our club is for pointing dogs and is a non profit that has been around for over 25 years. We encourage all members to volunteer in some form for the club such as judges, bird planters, trial chairperson, etc. Our trial schedule can change due to weather conditions so please check website for updates. Feel free to contact a board member for more information.
2015 dog of the year Midi w/ owner Bob Wimpenny
CGDA is a network of seasoned hunters willing to share their wisdom with you. Occassionaly we have bird sources available for our members training needs. We are strictly nonprofit.
Snake avoidance is not at Strasburg location
Give your dog a fighting chance in
We will be training at the Denver International Sportsmen's Expo in the Colorado Convention Center January 12th -15th by appointment. We are training dogs of any breed that have not been through this training before
See Snake Avoidance page for more information.
Colorado is home to many rattlesnakes. Every year, veterinarians treat dogs that have been bitten on local hiking trails, backyards or hunting fields. You can help your dog avoid a potentially deadly encounter by entering your dog in the CGDA Rattlesnake Avoidance Course. For more information contact us: