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Blue Lacy Calendar

2012 Lacy Dog calendars are here! Thanks to everyone who submitted images for our consideration. It was difficult to choose 12 pictures out of all the great entries we received. Get your copy today at the National Lacy Dog Association online store! NLDA Calendars and cards make great gifts for the holidays!


Blue Lacy CalendarJust in time for the holidays, the National Lacy Dog Association online store is up and ready for your orders! Now you can show your true blue Lacy pride with calendars, cards and stickers from the NLDA.

Our shop features a 12-month 2010 Lacy Dog calendar of beautiful pictures from NLDA members. We also have a one-page Lacys in action calendar. If you’re looking for a unique season’s greeting, we have blue Lacy holiday cards and Lacy puppy Christmas cards. And there are three different Lacy Dog stickers in three different sizes. Choose from a Lacy Dog bumper sticker, a Texas Lacy sticker and an oval Lacy sticker.

For more details and pictures of all these products, please visit the Lacy Dog Cafe Press store.

The National Lacy Dog Association wishes you and your loved ones a happy 2009!

We wish you and your loved ones a happy 2009!

December is here and that means Christmas is right around the corner. Though the hustle and bustle of the holidays is hard on young pups and new owners alike, many people choose to surprise their loved ones with a puppy from Santa. If you decide to get a Lacy this holiday season, make sure you prepare the entire family for the new addition, especially children. To ensure a smooth transition, sit down with your kids and go over these guidelines for safely handling a Lacy.

Puppies are cute and loads of fun but they are also a lot of work! There are some important things you should know about our new Lacy puppy.

  1. Puppies are still babies and can be hurt more easily than you might think. They do not like to be dropped or kicked. You shouldn’t hold them on their back or pull their tail and ears. Big dogs don’t like these things either. Read the rest of this entry »

The National Lacy Dog Association wishes you and your dogs a happy holiday!

Kboux and Corey Kovar bringing home the turkey.

MGS Scout bringing home the turkey

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