BY September 12, 2022
SEPTEMBER 14, 2022
DOG TALK & DINE
Table on the Green Restaurant at Midland Country Club
5:00 PM – Board-Only Meeting
Announce Selection of Nominating Committee
6:00 PM – General Membership – Visitors are welcome!
Meet the Berger Picard – Mary Wood
The Berger Picard was recognized as a breed by the AKC in 2015.
The very image of a sagacious and worldly Frenchman
loyal / good-natured / observant
Picards spent centuries as take-charge independent problem-solvers
Erect ears standing 4 to 5 inches high
Wavy fawn or brindle coat
Strong tail that tapers to a distinctive J-hook.
Males stand as high as 26 inches, and females as low as 21 inches.
The eyes are dark and glistening
Rectangular head is furnished with shaggy eyebrows, beard, and mustache
The Berger Picard is an ideal companion for athletic owners.
Their rugged constitution, agility, and boundless energy make them eager partners in all kinds of sports, games, and outdoor pastimes.
Exercise is a must; prolonged idleness and neglect will likely lead these sensitive, super-smart dogs to destructive behavior.