We are a not for profit organization of Labrador Retriever enthusiasts.  We are   licensed by the American Kennel Club, and a member of the Master National Retriever Club. RCLRC dogs

Our membership includes a vast range of involvement in the world of purebred Labradors; from families with a single companion dog and a casual interest in Labrador sporting events, to hobby competitors, occasional breeders, weekend sportsmen and hunters, to full-time professional breeders, event competitors, and trainers.  

We invite everyone with a genuine interest in the Labrador Retriever to get to know the Rose City Labrador Retriever Club.  We hope that visitors to this site will find it interesting and informative, and we welcome the opportunity to answer our visitors' questions or requests for information.


RCLRC Club Members,

With the recent announcements by the Governors of both Oregon and Washington on the spread of COVID-19, social distancing and other strategies for slowing the spread of COVID-19 the March Club meeting scheduled for this Friday March 20th is cancelled.

Any club member with urgent business can bring it to the attention of the board or another club officer and we can address it via e mail, phone conference call or a Skype meeting.

I sincerely hope that the April meeting will occur as scheduled, and that the May B-Match will not be impacted. These decisions can be made as the situation progresses.

Stay healthy, wash your hands and please don't hoard toilet paper!

Judy Chambers RCLRC President and the RCLRC Board of Directors

Labradors Only Come in Three Colors!

We are members of the National Labrador Retriever Club and support the Labrador Retriever Club, Inc LRC Lab Colors "Only 3 Colors" effort.

We encourage those who are interested in the future of the Labrador retriever to read The Issue of the Silver "Labrador" by Frances O Smith, DVM, PhD. Chair, Labrador Retriever Club, Inc. Genetics Committee. (Note - this is a PDF document)

Upcoming Events
Note the new entry in the LINKS section to the article from the Tufts University Vetnutrition team about the link between Canine Heart disease and grain free and other boutique diets.
Next meeting:
MARCH MEETING CANCELLED. Watch for updates on April meeting.
May 9, 2020
Location: Ghoststone Farms
See B-Match page