Question: How do I get information about Bernese Mountain Dogs or about joining the Club?
Answer: Contact our Membership Chairperson by e-mail, and ask for an information packet about the breed and the Club.
mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
To become a Member of the Lone Star Bernese Mountain Dog Club, please fill out a Membership Application. You can download a PDF version of our Membership Application:
LSBMDC Membership Application (pdf version)
The Membership Application requires you to have TWO sponsors that are current and in good standing with the LSBMDC. You can download a PDF version of our Membership Sponsor Form:
LSBMDC Sponsor Form (pdf version)
Question: Who do I contact for breeder referral information in Texas?
Answer: Please contact our breeder referral Chairperson and request a breeder referral information packet:
Question: Who is the contact person for breed rescue?
Answer: Several of our members are available to assist in identifying and placing rescue Berners. See our Rescue pages to learn more about LSBMD Rescue! You can contact:
Dawn Letry, President
Question: How do I get phone numbers or e-mail addresses of LSBMDC members?
Answer: For our members security and privacy, we do not post phone numbers or e-mail addresses on our web site. If you request a membership packet (see above), it will include a current membership roster so you can contact members for sponsorship.
If you need phone numbers for other breed rescue contacts, call or e-mail Dawn Letry (above) and request the breed rescue contact phone number for your area.
Question: Do I have to own a Bernese Mountain Dog (BMD) at this time to join the club?
Answer: No. Membership is open to anyone sincerely interested in the breed, including former BMD owners and people considering becoming BMD owners.
Question: Do I have to compete with my dog in dog shows to join the club?
Answer: No. Many of our members do show their dogs in conformation, obedience, agility or draft work, but you may join even if your dog is just a family pet. The Club can be a great source of information on health issues and other matters pertaining to the breed - information you can use even if you do not show your dog.