Wolfhound and IWCA News
It is that time of the year again. All members of the IWCA need to consider one person to be awarded the Outstanding Sportsmanship Award for 2022.
The Theriogenology Foundation in conjunction with the American Kennel Club Canine Health Foundation is offering webinars in their Canine Breeder Excellence Seminar series.
Congratulations to IWCA member Barb Patterson and her Nikki for being one of three IW teams to meet eligibility requirements for the 2022 AKC Obedience Classic.
COED (Canine Osteosarcoma Early Detection) is now open for enrollment at the University of Minnesota website.
At the 2022 AGM, the IWCA was excited to present the Hutton Award to Frances Abrams for her invaluable contributions towards health research in the Irish Wolfhound.
Congratulations to our winner of the Outstanding Sportsmanship award for 2021, Joe Roland under the kennel name Gabriel.
Four Irish Wolfhounds met the eligibility requirements to enter the prestigious 2021 AKC Rally National Championship in Wilmington, Ohio on July 9, 2021.
At the 2022 American Sighthound Field Association (ASFA) Annual Convention of Delegates, Stoneybrook Finn’s Mischief (Finnegan), owned by Karen Frederick and Michael Ferris and bred by Lynn and Judy Simon, was inducted into the ASFA Hall of Fame. Finnegan is the only male Irish Wolfhound to ever earn a Lure Courser of Merit 2 title (LCM 2).
The IWCA congratulates all of the top performance Irish Wolfhounds from 2021.
Enrollment for the COED ( Canine Osteosarcoma Early Detection) Pilot Study is now open. It has been shown that a blood test can detect whether microscopic osteosarcoma remains in dogs after treatment. It is possible that the same test could detect an emerging bone tumor before any clinical signs of the cancer are present. Detecting the tumor in the its earliest stages could delay or possibly prevent tumor formation.