The purpose of our Club is to provide a place for members to train their 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 with generator 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.
2013 "Dog of the Year" winner Baron with
handler Pam Malesker
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 and barbecue along with a Christmas party. We also have a booth at the International Sportsmens Exposition every year.
Our field trials consist of 2 different formats. One is a chukar hunt where there is 1 dog a handler and or shooter and 1 judge. Second is a CGDA hunt which is based on a NSTRA trial where there are 2 dogs 2 handlers and or shooters and 2 judges. Each of these has a novice division. See rule book for more information. All duties are performed by member volunteers. We judge, plant birds, chair trials attend fundraisers and various other tasks for the club. This keeps our fees reasonable. We occasionally have clinics on judging as well as dog training clinics with a professional dog trainer. 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.
Thank you for visiting our website. If would like to find
out more about our club please join us for
our Demo Day Saturday January 25 2014
This is weather permitting so please check
website for a possible date change. We will have
a few demos and lunch will be served. You are encouraged
to bring your dog with you. We encourage you to RSVP
for this event. You can do this by email at
303drathmom@gmail or contact Pam Malesker at
You can check out our booth at the International Sportsman Exposition every year, or better yet visit us on Demo Day held once a year after the ISE show
(see our events calendar). If you are unable to make any of these dates please use the contact information below to make arrangements for a visit.
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. It is featured annually at the International Sportsmen’s Exposition in January at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. For more information see Snake Avoidance Clinic link above or contact Fred Prior at firstname.lastname@example.org
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"The purpose the club to help and teach owners to
train their dogs and extend the hunting experience