Breeders and stud dog owners are encouraged to check out the homepage of the Institute of Canine Biology which offers a variety of online courses on canine genetics, health issues and other topics important to a breed club like KlM-GNA.
The goal of the Institute of Canine Biology is “…to provide a global hub for interaction between scientists and dog breeders, as well as information, research tools, and expertise in all aspects of dog biology.”
The Institute of Canine Biology offers varying levels of membership and is present on Facebook as ICB Institute of Canine Biology and as a Facebook group “ICB Breeding for the Future”.
Mary Standiford is a member of KlM-GNA and the first breeder in North America who has bred a litter with dogs which have fulfilled the German breeding requirements. To mark this special occasion, the club magazine of KlM-Germany, Kleine Münsterländer, interviewed Mary for an article which will appear in the September-October issue. In the interview she speaks of her enthusiasm for the Kleine Münsterländer, her expectations from the future Landesgruppe and about hunting in the U.S.A.
The article in its entirety can be read at: KLM Magazine, Issue #5, Inteview with Mary Standiford