The national club site, with breed and club information, and links to rescue and other OES sites.
A non-profit organization in Tehachapi, CA., that provides food, shelter and care for those OES that are unfortunate to be homeless, until new owners and a home can be located. 24521 Deertrail Drive, Tehachapi, CA 93561 Contact : 661-821-5004 oes @ bnis.net
A non-profit organization in Scottsdale, AZ, that provides food, shelter and care for those OES that are unfortunate to be homeless, until new owners and a home can be located. 10925 N. 111 Th. Place, Scottsdale, AZ 85259 Contact : Victoria 602-391-0999 or Lori 602-493-6550
OES National Rescue line Phone/Fax 661-821-0416
For All Breeds
Emergency Animal Rescue Society 800 440-3277
AKC Web Site: www.akc.org The American Kennel Club
C.E.R.F. – Certified Eye Registration Foundation. This non-profit Foundation started in San Francisco in 1975 with the purpose and function to register those purebred dogs which have been examined by a qualified Veterinary Opthalmologist, and certified by him/her to be “clear” of major hereditary defects on the date of examination, and whose owners seek to have such dogs certified. Lawrence M. Trauner, M.D. was the President of the Foundation then, and all details about the organization were published in the OESLNC (Old English Sheepdog League of Northern California) October 1975 issue of its newsletter, Bob-Tales, of which I was the editor. The Foundation is apparently now located at C.E.R.F. Purdue University . The first “jump” will take you to a site containing current detailed information, and the second “jump” takes you to the C.E.R.F. site at Purdue which is recognized by the AKC.