The Chippewa Valley Grouse Dog Association (CVGDA) is a non-profit organization based in the state of Wisconsin, in the United States. The primary focus of the organization is to promote and improve the breeding, training, and hunting of pointing dogs for upland game bird hunting, specifically grouse and woodcock.
The CVGDA was founded in 1968 and is based in the Chippewa Valley region of Wisconsin. The club hosts several events throughout the year, including field trials, hunt tests, training seminars, and social events for members.The organization is dedicated to preserving and improving the habitat for upland game birds, and members participate in a variety of conservation efforts to support this goal. The club also provides education and support to its members on all aspects of upland game bird hunting, from training and handling dogs to selecting and using equipment.
Membership in the CVGDA is open to anyone with an interest in upland game bird hunting and the breeding and training of pointing dogs. The club welcomes both experienced hunters and those new to the sport and provides opportunities for members to learn from one another and to participate in a variety of activities throughout the year.