The Bird Dog
Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization with revenue generated
solely through donations from supporters. Benefactor participation is vital
to our continued operation and all gifts to the Foundation are tax
deductible to the extent provided by U.S. law.
On May 6, 2017, the Bird Dog Foundation
held a Living Legends Luncheon event.
Guests were treated to stories from the following Legends:
Left to Right, Front row: Robert Milner, Roy Jines, Bill Hunt, Billy Morton,
John Rex Gates, Harold Ray, Dave Fletcher, Hoyle Eaton, Delmar Smith, Gary
Lockee and Joe Walker.
Left to Right middle row: Garland Priddy, Buddy Smith and Peter Kainz.
Left to Right, Back Row: Collier Smith, Ferrel Miller and Bud Moore.
“Congratulations to the following new Inductees of the
Field Trial Hall of Fame. The Ceremony for the Inductees will take place at
the National Bird Dog Museum on Saturday, February 11th at 9:00 a.m. Local
Pointer and Setter FTHoF David A. Fletcher
Allen R. Linder
Funseeker’s Rebel (Owners Frank & Mercy Fonseca, Trainer Fred Dileo)
Great River Ice (Owners Jack & Brian Sanchez, Handler Mike Tracy)
Brittany FTHoF Mary Jo Trimble
NFC/DC/AFC Shady’s Tia Maria (Owners Marilynne & Clem Little)
FC/AFC Smarteyes-Joker (Owner Steve Ralph)
Retriever FTHoF Rick Van Bergen
NAFC-FC Beorn’s Blazing Hydropsyche (Owners Dr. William & Cynthia Howard)
NAFC-FC MD’s Cotton Pick’n Cropper (Owners Newt & Karen Cropper)
English Springer Spaniel FTHoF Gary Wilson
NCFC/FC/AFC Windmillwood Storm (Owner Ewen McMillan & Handler Terry Pellow)
German Shorthaired Pointer FTHoF Peter Kainz
NFC/FC Chisholm’s Creek Cuttin Loose “Cutter” (Owner Mark Wasserman)
NAFC/FC/AFC Annie’s Little Stinker “Chloe” (Owners James and Sara Messer)
Cocker Spaniel FTHoF Albert Winslow
NFTC FTC Berol’s Petey’s Boy (Clarence Wingate, Handler)
FC CFC Warreners Yellowhammer MH (Owners Paul McGagh & Vicky Thomas)
Red Setter FTHoF Don Beauchamp
Celtic’s Sua Sponte “Suzie” (Owner Paul Ober & Handler Butch Beyer)
Paving Memory Lane
Our newest fundraiser will be known as “Paving Memory Lane.” The
museum will be offering engraved bricks on which you can immortalize
your dog or a person that you feel should be honored or remembered. The
bricks can have up to four lines of text with up to 15 characters per
line. These bricks will be used to create a memorial walk from the
museum’s parking lot to the front door. The cost is $100 per brick and
the bricks may be ordered three different ways:
By Mail: Click on this
order form link to print out and complete
the information. Return this in the mail to the museum with either a
check or money order to:
P.O. Box 774, Grand Junction, TN 38039.
By Phone: Call the museum at (731) 764-2058 and provide the
necessary information and a credit card number.
By Website via Paypal: Log on to
and click on the Paving Memory Lane secure donation button on the Home
Laser engraving text 1st row:
2nd row if desired:
3rd row if desired:
4th row if desired:
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