Mid-Ohio NAVHDA

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2015 Schedule for M.O.N.: Training Days/Test dates TBD

Mid-Ohio NAVHDA meets for formal training sessions the first Saturday of every month from March through October or our fall tests (if held) at the Delaware Traing Grounds, Delaware Wildlife Area.  Mid-Ohio NAVHDA also typically sponsors two NAVHDA sanctioned tests in the spring and fall of each year.  

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March 7

April 4

Spring Test Dates TBD*

May 2

June 6

July 4, may be moved/holiday

August 1

September 5

October 3, TBD-may be test weekend*

*Which tests are run and on which date is determined by entries*


Officers for 2015:

Bill Revercomb-Pres.  740-323-2938  rrbrev@roadrunner.com 

Andrew Hopkins-V.Pres.  740-548-7279  andrew_w_hopkins@yahoo.com

Matt Krejci-Treasurer  614-659-0713  matthewkrejci@hotmail.com

Ron Behnke-Training director  937-935-7335 4binks@embarqmail.com

Andrea Spencer-Test Secretary  614-203-7769  montestsecretary@aol.com

Heather Hauser-Publications/website  614-481-4487  hashauser9@hotmail.com  

To view/order photographs/items go to and sign in as guest at: http://hashauser9.fototime.com 

"This is an independent website maintained by the Mid-Ohio NAVHDA Chapter.  The Mid-Ohio Chapter does not and is not authorized to speak or act on behalf of the North American Versatile Hunting Dog Association, Inc.  The accuracy of any statements or information posted on or derived from use of this website is not verified, and may not reasonably be relied upon.

About NAVHDA:

Purpose:  The North American Versatile Hunting Dog Association (NAVHDA) is a legally recognized non-profit organization dedicated to fostering, improving, promoting, ad protecting the versatile hunting dog in North America.

Underlying these aims is the desire to serve the interests of game conservation by using well trained, reliable hunting dogs before and after the shot, prevention of cruelty to animals by nonselective and uncontrolled breeding which produces unwanted and uncared for dogs, and the gun dog hunter to  train his dog to work before and after the shot, on land and in water.

Formed in 1969, NAVHDA has helped thousands of owners of versatile hunting dogs to train their own dogs to become useful hunting companions.  Furthermore, the NAVHDA Registry is the only registry in North America specializing in the registration of versatile hunting dog breeds.  The NAVHDA Test Information Service keeps and provides to breeders, buyers, and interested individuals, the performance records of all the versatile hunting dogs tested in the NAVHDA system.  NAVHDA International is the governing body for the NAVHDA organization and includes approximately 70 local chapters across the U.S. and in Canada.  

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