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Membership Renewal 2022

To renew your membership, KlM-GNA members need only pay the annual dues for 2022.  You do not need to fill out the Membership Renewal Form, unless there have been changes in your personal situation (new address, phone number or e-mail) or you wish to terminate your membership. In case of changes, email Gretchen Zwerlein, Membership Director, E-mail:

  1. By PayPal in the online Shop of the website (, then click “Membership Dues” and follow the prompts)
  2. Send a check payable to “KlM-GNA” to:
    Joe Yoder, Treasurer, 5420 N. Chester Road, Charlotte, MI 48813

Please note: KlM-GNA publishes a Membership List in the password-protected Member Area of the club website, unless you ask to opt out of this list.

Membership Renewal 2022

Full Membership renewal (prior to Feb. 1st) – $80

Please note!
Full Membership renewal (after Jan. 31st) – $100

New announcements within GNA!

KlM-GNA is pleased to welcome a new breeder, Gretchen Zwerlein with Von der Wildblumen kennels.  Gretchen has announced plans for her first litter expected for Spring of 2022.  Check out our Litter Announcement page for more details.  Gretchen’s kennel info can also be located on our List of Registered Kennels page of our website.

Also, the 2021 Breed Show Results have been added.  Congratulations to all the owners & handlers and thank you for allowing GNA to evaluate your dogs!

Happy Hunting!

Planning for our 2021 events is happening now…

KlM-GNA is busy planning events for the 2021 calendar.

The Annual Membership Meeting has been scheduled in February, our VJP in April and our HZP in September.  Also in the works are a possible VGP, as well as 1 (maybe 2?!) hunting get-togethers in October and/or November.  Not to mention various training events that may pop up this summer.  Be sure to check our Calendar page under News & Events for details!

Another Milestone for KlM-GNA!

Photo credit: Denise Heath



KlM-GNA is proud to announce that we are hosting our first HZP and IMP-B tests!

Fifteen dogs will be testing in Wapello, IA over Sept. 8-10, 2017.  A corresponding breed show will also be held during the weekend.

Special thanks to all those who volunteered their time and effort to organize this testing weekend and best of luck to all handlers & their dogs!

Congratulations Ken Bremer!!

We would like to share that Ken Bremer has been awarded the Silver Union Badge from KlM-D (Germany) for his service and tireless work to communicate between KlM-D & KlM-GNA and for his help in facilitating the smooth establishment of GNA into KlM-D!
Please join us in Congratulating Ken!!

Well done and thank you for all that you do!


KlM-GNA accepted as member of the JGHV!

Membership confirmation letter, JGHV

On December 22, 2015, President John Liscovitz received the attached letter confirming KlM-GNA as a new member in the JGHV (German Versatile Hunting Dog Association).  What is the JGHV? According to the JGV-USA, the U.S. affiliate of the JGHV,

“The JGHV is the umbrella organization of all versatile hunting dog clubs in Germany. They have been largely responsible for the success of the German performance based breeding system by providing standardized tests for all versatile hunting dogs. Existing for almost a century now, JGHV testing standards bind all breeding organizations, including those represented here in the U.S. By evaluating the breeding quality of dogs through examination of their performance record and that of their offspring, German breeders consistently produce dogs most suitable for the modern foot hunter. These dogs exhibit a high degree of cooperation and trainability coupled with an ability to handle any game you desire to hunt.”

The most significant consequence of this new membership for KlM-GNA is that we can now organize our own JGHV tests, whether the VJP, HZP, VGP or any of the specialty tests which evaluate specific aspects of a versatile hunting dog’s skills (e.g. blood tracking, retrieving game, independent search, etc.).

For more informaton, contact Secretary Ken Bremer (