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Fox Valley Retriever Club


Reaping the rewards of our hard work!


Autumn Rewards

As the crisp autumn air sets in and the leaves begin their colorful transformation, members of the Fox Valley Retriever Club witness the fruits of their labor come to life in the hunting fields.

The countless hours spent training, from the early days of spring through the warm summer evenings, culminate in rewarding hunting trips where dogs and handlers get to apply their skills in real-world scenarios.

Harvesting Success

Whether it's ducks, geese, pheasants, or other game, the thrill of the hunt is amplified by the seamless teamwork between the retrievers and their owners, showcasing the effectiveness of their training and the depth of their bond.

The experience of hunting with a well-trained dog is unparalleled. Members, equipped with their loyal companions by their side, venture into the fields and marshes, embarking on hunts that are as much about the camaraderie and connection with nature as they are about the harvest.


Flawless Retrieval

Retrievers, eager and ready, dive into the waters and dash through the fields with precision and enthusiasm, retrieving game with a sense of pride and purpose. These moments, where the hard work pays off, serve as a testament to the dedication of our members and their dogs, reinforcing the club's ethos of nurturing top-tier hunting companions.


The joy and satisfaction derived from watching a retriever work, intuitively understanding their role, and executing it flawlessly, are what make the early mornings and long training sessions worthwhile.

Next Generation

Members of the Fox Valley Retriever Club are keenly passing their passion for retriever training and hunting onto their children, fostering a love for the sport and the outdoors in the next generation.

Through involvement in training sessions and family hunting trips, they're not just teaching skills and ethics; they're creating lasting bonds and memories, ensuring that the legacy of hunting and the joy of working with retrievers are cherished and continued by their children.

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