CONSTITUTIon

LRCA is a non-profit organization whose membership is board governed, in accordance with a constitution.

ABOUT US

breed standard

Contact any of our breeders if you are interested in bringing a labrador retriever into your family. 

WELCOME!

2021 LRCA EXECUTIVE


President

Alayne Madill

alayne@labralayne.com


Past President

Christine Enns

christine@cenns.ca


Vice President

Karen Becker

karenlynnbecker@gmail.com


Secretary

Nicole Boutilier

lilywingfarm@gmail.com


Treasurer

Cindy Drobot

drobotc@gmail.com


Show Chairperson

Anne Nette

knette@interbaun.com


Obedience & Rally Chair

Christine Grenier

christinegrenier@telus.net


Gundog Chairperson

​Ken Nette

knette@interbaun.com


Membership

Krista Harrison

jasper13@telusplanet.net

Labrador Retriever Club of Alberta

Ckc Registered Labradors


MEMBERS 

 

​​Labrador Retriever Club of Alberta

 

Labrador Retriever Club of Alberta


On January 29, 1976, the Labrador Retriever Club of Alberta (LRCA) was incorporated as a not-for-profit organization under the Societies Act, R.S.A. 2000, c.S-14.  The LRCA is dedicated to promoting the Labrador Retriever breed and to assisting Labrador Retriever owners with training and competing and to take pleasure in living with their Labradors.

The LRCA is a member club of the Labrador Retriever Club of Canada, affiliated with the Canadian Kennel Club (CKC), and CKC-approved to hold the following events:

      Conformation


     Obedience

    Rally Obedience

   Hunt Tests

      Working Certificate Tests

Labrador Retrievers are intelligent, athletic, playful and versatile. In addition to being prized sporting dogs they are often trained as service dogs, guide dogs, therapy dogs, and sniffer dogs in screening and detection work for law enforcement. LRCA members are proud to support and protect this beautiful breed.