Publications
THE ILLUSTRATED STANDARD
Illustrated standard

A PDF version of the LRC, Inc. Illustrated Standard booklet is available to print

by downloading the file to your computer:    Illustrated Standard

 
THE LABRADOR RETRIEVER CLUB YEARBOOK
Yearbook

The Labrador Retriever Club Yearbook is published once a year and is a year-by-year history of the breed. 
The yearbooks feature, among other items, the following:

  • Updated Club Roster & Current Club Projects
  • Reports on Club Trials & Hunting Retriever Tests
  • Reports on the National Retriever Championship
  • National Specialty Event Results
  • Current Canine Medical Information
  • Outstanding Performances
  • Labradors with multiple Advanced Titles
  • Book Reviews
  • Kennel Listings
  • Display Ads featuring kennels, individual retrievers and kennels services
  • In Memoriam section

LRC Yearbook Editor 
BETH BAILEY 

(Advertising for the Yearbook is due April 15. Contact the Editor for detailed information.) send eMail

 
LRC NEWSLETTER

Newsletter

Contact:
Editor, Meridith Kuhn 

Published quarterly 
Submission deadlines: the 5th of February, May, August and November 

Free subscription for members. 

Ad rates and policies:
Ads do not need to be camera-ready. Please submit ads well in advance of publication deadlines, especially if they are not camera-ready. Send a check for your submission made out to LRC, Inc.
Contact Editor for address information.

E-mailed ads are preferred.

E-mail ads to the Editor at:  send e-mail

 

Half Page Ad: $40 per issue

Quarter Page: $25 per issue

Classified: $0.50 per word, 20 word minimum per issue. Ads should be for Labrador related products.

In Memoriam: FREE to LRC members in good standing. 
Dog’s registered name, call name, owner, DOB/DOD with photo.
E-mail photos to

Meredith Kuhn, Newsletter Editor  send e-mail 

E-mailed photos should be high resolution TIFF or JPG formats.

Submissions for publication welcome:
The Labrador Retriever Club, Inc. Newsletter welcomes unsolicited articles about Labrador Retrievers for 
possible publication in the Club's Quarterly Newsletter. Subjects may include health care, service dog stories, retriever
training articles, unusual training incidents or special dog profiles. Articles will be screened for accuracy and
appropriate content. Photos may be included and can accompany an article. Authors will be notified of publication date of any articles used.
Email submissions are preferred.

E-mail Meredith Kuhn for more information: send e-mail

Contents & Graphics Copyright © The LRC, Inc. and the LRC NEWSLETTER.

No material from The LRC NEWSLETTER may be republished in any form without written permission.

The Labrador Retriever Club and The LRC NEWSLETTER seek to provide insight into various subjects regarding
Labrador Retrievers.

We approach a subject based upon the powers and interests involved, leaving the moral and other judgments to the reader. 
The opinions of the various contributors are their own opinions and are not necessarily the opinions of the Editors.

We reserve the right to accept and edit submissions to this newsletter to maintain the integrity of
The Labrador Retriever Club and the LRC NEWSLETTER.