The Great Pyrenees Club of Southern Ontario ( GPCSO ) is host to, or participates in, many events throughout the year. Both social and competitive, these events allow members to catch up on the latest news and to show their dogs to win those most sought after points towards Championship status.
But it’s not all formal competition… There are relaxing times as well with informal get-togethers for the Pyrs and their owners. You don't have to be involved in showing your dog to enjoy membership in GPCSO.
Annual General Meeting
Sunday, September 2, 2018
Please join the fun!
Mark the date in your calendars. We hope to see you there!
Dr. Carol Graham’s farm is built for the big white fluffies. There are large fenced areas in which your well-behaved pup can run and play. If your dogs need time out, there are some big pens in which they can rest. There is also an outbuilding which will provide protection from the elements if required.
Silent AuctionTalos' Dehydrated Treats
and much more
Annual General Meeting12:30
Potluck Barbecue (bring your favourite dish)
Following the barbecue:
The Walk through beautiful fields and forest.
* The proceeds from the silent auction and sales of other goods go to help the rescue dogs in our care.*
This section provides information on GPCSO Club events as well as other events in the area served by the club that may be of interest to Club members. This is an added service for our Club members and our visitors.
We'd be amazed if you didn't, so we've made staying informed about GPCSO events as easy as pie! We will email you whenever we have an event to announce. And we will send you reminders too. Each Announcement will have all of the details and latest breaking news, so you will be kept completely up to date.
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2008 was a great year for the club. To see some of our activities, go here.
Want to see why 2009 was such a fantastic year? Here's your link to our 2009 events.
GPCSO was very busy with its 2010 events. Why not take a look here.
GPCSO was very busy with its 2011 events. Why not take a look here.
GPCSO was very busy with its 2012 events. Why not take a look here.
Check out the 2013 events here.
Check out the 2014 events here.
No matter what the event, people meeting a Great Pyr for the first time always ask questions. Do you know what the most frequently asked questions are? We solve that mystery here.
Oct 15, 18 04:47 AM
*UPDATE FROM THEIR FOSTERS* We have had Daisy and Angel for about a month now. They are the two most loving, well-behaved dogs We have ever fostered.
Oct 12, 18 08:19 AM
*ADOPTION PENDING* DOB: November 22, 2017 Best guess: Pry/Border Collie mix Children: Yes, with children over 8 who know how to behave with pets. Other
Oct 10, 18 06:44 PM
Teddy was around 2 when I rescued him; history totally unkown. When he is anxious, especially thunderstorms, he will urinate on a wall, table, corner,
Oct 10, 18 05:28 AM
DOB: March 24, 2015 Other Animals: Cats, chickens, other dogs so far Health Issues: Allergies but does well on Kangaroo or raw is an option, some grasses
Oct 06, 18 05:26 AM
DOB: November 22, 2017 Best guess: Pry/Border Collie mix Children: Yes, with children over 8 who are know how to behave with pets. Other dogs: Yes,
Oct 05, 18 09:39 AM
It's official. Sweet Charlotte was adopted by her fosters. She has come a long way. She runs around the yard in happiness with her tail wagging. She loves
Oct 05, 18 09:33 AM
We are thinking about adopting 2 boys from the same liter. Is this a good idea or is it best to just have one as a family pet? I am thinking it would be
Oct 01, 18 05:39 AM
We are considering rescuing a 1-2 yr old pyr. They have been in foster care rather than a shelter so we know if they are good with dogs, kids etc. Since