Do you know what your puppies' poop is telling you?

Join us for a live webinar June 5th at 7pm CST and find out!

FREE WEBINAR JUNE 5TH @7PM CST

What are your puppies' poops telling you?

Explore the importance of your puppies' gut health in our webinar, "What Are Your Puppies' Poops Telling You?" featuring Dr. Marty Greer, DVM, an renowned authority in Canine Reproduction and Pediatrics and Laura Reeves, Breeder, Handler, and Host of Pure Dog Talk. In this informative session you’ll learn what to watch for, preventative measures, and the best way to address issues. They will share their expertise on monitoring your litter's "output" to guarantee optimum health. Don't miss this opportunity to learn from top experts.

When you register for our webinar, we'll send you the details to participate in our live Zoom meeting. After the event, you will receive a free resource and gain access to the replay.

Meet Laura Reeves

Laura Reeves, with a 25-year professional handling career, has specialized in rare breeds and challenging dogs, achieving group winners, Best in Show, and #1 rankings. Her kennel, Scotia Dogs, boasts over 100 titles in various disciplines, reflecting her dedication to breeding versatile, rugged gun dogs. Starting her passion in 4th grade, Laura's early training with various dog breeds was supported by her father's encouragement. She has significantly contributed to the GWPCA and hosts the PureDogTalk podcast. An AKC Breeder of Merit, AKC Judge, and author, Laura continues her family's legacy with German Wirehaired Pointers under the Scotia Kennel banner.

Questions? We’ve got answers!

Meet Dr. Marty Greer, DVM

Dr. Marty Greer is a distinguished veterinarian and lawyer with a special interest in Pediatrics and Reproduction. She earned her DVM from Iowa State University in 1981 and established the Brownsville Small Animal Clinic in 1982, moving it to Lomira in 1988. In 2002, she opened the International Canine Semen Bank – Wisconsin (ICSB-WI/IL) and became Penn-Hip Certified. A second-generation breeder with over 40 years experience, she and her husband, Dr. Daniel Griffiths, raise and show Pembroke Welsh Corgis and Danish-Swedish Farmdogs. Their family has raised five service puppies for Canine Companions for Independence. Dr. Greer has contributed to pharmaceutical and nutritional research, served on the Veterinary Examining Board, and graduated from Marquette Law School in 2010. She practices law part-time and is active in numerous veterinary and community organizations, including the National Animal Interest Alliance, where she serves as president.

Meet Dr. Marty Greer, DVM

Dr. Marty Greer is a distinguished veterinarian and lawyer with a special interest in Pediatrics and Reproduction. She earned her DVM from Iowa State University in 1981 and established the Brownsville Small Animal Clinic in 1982, moving it to Lomira in 1988. In 2002, she opened the International Canine Semen Bank – Wisconsin (ICSB-WI/IL) and became Penn-Hip Certified. A second-generation breeder with over 40 years experience, she and her husband, Dr. Daniel Griffiths, raise and show Pembroke Welsh Corgis and Danish-Swedish Farmdogs. Their family has raised five service puppies for Canine Companions for Independence. Dr. Greer has contributed to pharmaceutical and nutritional research, served on the Veterinary Examining Board, and graduated from Marquette Law School in 2010. She practices law part-time and is active in numerous veterinary and community organizations, including the National Animal Interest Alliance, where she serves as president.

Meet Dr. Marty Greer, DVM

Dr. Marty Greer is a distinguished veterinarian and lawyer with a special interest in Pediatrics and Reproduction. She earned her DVM from Iowa State University in 1981 and established the Brownsville Small Animal Clinic in 1982, moving it to Lomira in 1988. In 2002, she opened the International Canine Semen Bank – Wisconsin (ICSB-WI/IL) and became Penn-Hip Certified. A second-generation breeder with over 40 years experience, she and her husband, Dr. Daniel Griffiths, raise and show Pembroke Welsh Corgis and Danish-Swedish Farmdogs. Their family has raised five service puppies for Canine Companions for Independence. Dr. Greer has contributed to pharmaceutical and nutritional research, served on the Veterinary Examining Board, and graduated from Marquette Law School in 2010. She practices law part-time and is active in numerous veterinary and community organizations, including the National Animal Interest Alliance, where she serves as president.

Meet Dr. Marty Greer, DVM

Dr. Marty Greer is a distinguished veterinarian and lawyer with a special interest in Pediatrics and Reproduction. She earned her DVM from Iowa State University in 1981 and established the Brownsville Small Animal Clinic in 1982, moving it to Lomira in 1988. In 2002, she opened the International Canine Semen Bank – Wisconsin (ICSB-WI/IL) and became Penn-Hip Certified. A second-generation breeder with over 40 years experience, she and her husband, Dr. Daniel Griffiths, raise and show Pembroke Welsh Corgis and Danish-Swedish Farmdogs. Their family has raised five service puppies for Canine Companions for Independence. Dr. Greer has contributed to pharmaceutical and nutritional research, served on the Veterinary Examining Board, and graduated from Marquette Law School in 2010. She practices law part-time and is active in numerous veterinary and community organizations, including the National Animal Interest Alliance, where she serves as president.

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Meet Dr. Marty Greer, DVM

Dr. Marty Greer is a distinguished veterinarian and lawyer with a special interest in Pediatrics and Reproduction. She earned her DVM from Iowa State University in 1981 and established the Brownsville Small Animal Clinic in 1982, moving it to Lomira in 1988. In 2002, she opened the International Canine Semen Bank – Wisconsin (ICSB-WI/IL) and became Penn-Hip Certified. A second-generation breeder with over 40 years experience, she and her husband, Dr. Daniel Griffiths, raise and show Pembroke Welsh Corgis and Danish-Swedish Farmdogs. Their family has raised five service puppies for Canine Companions for Independence. Dr. Greer has contributed to pharmaceutical and nutritional research, served on the Veterinary Examining Board, and graduated from Marquette Law School in 2010. She practices law part-time and is active in numerous veterinary and community organizations, including the National Animal Interest Alliance, where she serves as president.

Meet Laura Reeves

Laura Reeves, with a 25-year professional handling career, has specialized in rare breeds and challenging dogs, achieving group winners, Best in Show, and #1 rankings. Her kennel, Scotia Dogs, boasts over 100 titles in various disciplines, reflecting her dedication to breeding versatile, rugged gun dogs. Starting her passion in 4th grade, Laura's early training with various dog breeds was supported by her father's encouragement. She has significantly contributed to the GWPCA and hosts the PureDogTalk podcast. An AKC Breeder of Merit, AKC Judge, and author, Laura continues her family's legacy with German Wirehaired Pointers under the Scotia Kennel banner.

Questions? Connect with our breeder team.

312.425.2966

312.635.5382

breeders@brilliantpet.com

Questions? Connect with our breeder team.

Questions? Connect with our breeder team.

312.425.2966

312.635.5382

breeders@brilliantpet.com