The GCC was pleased to participate again in the 2016 Sportsmans Day at the Georgia State Capitol. A big thank you to Jody Allgood, GCC Secretary, for setting up the GCC table and answering hundreds of questions from those in attendance.
Representative David Knight, Senator Ellis Black being presented Legislator of the year awards from the GCC and The American Kennel Club. Presented by Gail LaBerge, President of GCC.
Atom, Bomb detection canine, and his handler visiting with Jody Allgood, GCC Secretary, and Gail LaBerge, GCC President at Sportsmans Day at the Georgia State Capitol on Thursday, January 14, 2016.
We are excited over the new GCC website, we thank our Board Member, Sandy, for her hard work in making the new site a reality!
Please enjoy and look around the site and make sure you share this website with your dog loving friends.
As we get set for the 2016 Georgia Legislative session, here’s a recap of the topics relating to dogs that we dealt with in the 2015 session. 2015 Legislative Summary
The GCC is dedicated to protecting Human/Canine activities which provide for varied emotional and physical needs. These activities contribute largely to a thriving local economy; veterinarian services, dog food, pet supplies, grooming, and training. The economy is also bolstered through the use of therapy and assistance dogs, local shows, obedience and agility trials, hunting, herding, lure coursing or other canine competitions.
We are an organization which is very active during the Georgia legislative session at the beginning of the year, and when the session is over, we spend the rest of the year on education, health and welfare issues and on fund-raising. We welcome your time, talent and treasure to help make sure that Georgia dog laws are fair, reasonable and will allow us all to enjoy our furry friends.