Cumberland County 4-H Puppy Raisers

Puppy Raiser:
Puppy Breed:
Puppy's Name:
Joan (Club Leader) & Blake
Female Golden Retriever
"Pauline" (18 puppies raised)
presently without a puppy
(3 puppies raised)
Male German Shepherd
"Winston" (1st puppy)
presently without a puppy
(3 puppies raised)
Female German Shepherd
"Augusta" (10th puppy)
Verna & Ralph
Female black Lab/Golden Mix
"Hannah" (8th puppy)
Male black Lab
"Nixon" (15 puppies raised)
Female German Shepherd
"Archie" (3rd puppy)
Bill & Pat
Male black Lab/Golden Mix
"Huck" (3nd puppy)
Female black Lab
"Kyra" (3rd puppy)
Ray & Alicia
presently without a puppy
(9 puppies raised)
Male German Shepherd
"Inky" (1st puppy)
Male Yellow Lab
"West" (1st puppy)

October 2017 Club Meeting

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June 2017 Club Meeting

January 2017 Club Meeting

Club Leader, Joan Maloney is holding a $250 Mini Grant from the 4-H Advisory Committee

Ryan holds the newest puppy, Kyra

December 2016 Club Meeting - See: Christmas party
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November 2016 Club Meeting
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We presently have two pairs of sibling pups in our club. Here are Hannah and Huck

And here are Augusta and Archie with their handlers

Ironically, we also have two Hannahs in our club, but only one is a puppy!

October 2016 Club Meeting
We had only three dogs at the meeting

June 2016 Club Meeting

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We had three new pups, all German Shepherds! Hannah and Ashley have sibling pups, "Archie" and "Augusta"

The star of the evening was "Inky", an all-black German Shepherd. His raiser, Ross, is our newest club member. What is more significant, is the fact that "Inky" is the 100th puppy in the club since Joan Maloney became our leader in 2002!


"Inky" appeared to be very tired by the end of our meeting!

Our Club Leader, Joan Maloney with "Bea"

All the Shepherds together

January 2016 Club Meeting

A delegation from the Cumberland 4H Advisory Committee was present in our January meeting to present our group with the annual "Mini-Grant" Award. Below is a club photo followed by a second which includes three members of the Advisory Committee .

The committee members tried their skills at training guide dogs