Iroquois
Labrador
Retriever
Club
Members of the Iroquois Labrador
Retriever Club are dedicated Lab fanciers
throughout New York, northeastern Ohio,
and northern Pennsylvania, who enjoy
and wish to preserve the remarkable
nature and abilities of this peerless breed.

The Club was first founded in 1990 as a
specialty club by its first president, Steve
Graham, and past president, Linda Quinn,
who met at a Labrador Specialty event.
The Club has grown to encompass many
of the activities in which Labradors excel,
including sanctioned and licensed
specialty shows and hunt tests under
American Kennel Club rules and
regulations.
     
     Our club members participate in a
variety of dog sports, we also hold the
Labrador Retriever breed standard in the
highest regard. The ILRC shares the stance
with the LRC that Labradors
ONLY come in
3 colors:
Black, Yellow, and Chocolate,
any other color is a disqualification.