Love the character, attitude, and particular abilities of purebred dogs? Enjoy training and showing purebred dogs for conformation, obedience, agility, & breed-specific activities? Looking for a club of dedicated owners, breeders, & exhibitors of purebred dogs who share your passion? Browse our site, contact our secretary, & come to a meeting.
We get together on the 4th Wednesday of each month, & visitors are always welcome!
We had a birthday party and hundreds came and helped us celebrate our fiftieth anniversary!
Our second show at Roberts Centre featured our 50th Anniversary celebration, a display of memorabilia from past shows, a huge anniversary cake, and a bonus: an increase in entries to more than 1000 dogs each day for the first time in more than a decade.
Success brought some problems: The increase in entries caused a last minute scramble to find additional judges and reassign some breeds, and grooming space was taxed to the hilt until the Roberts staff opened a back area to help with overflow.
Success brought some problems: The increase in entries caused a last minute scramble to find additional judges and reassign some breeds, and grooming space was taxed to the hilt until the Roberts staff opened a back area to help with overflow. (We’re already better prepared for 2017: we’ve rented the fourth ballroom to expand both ring and grooming space and will hire more judges. Superintendent Foy Trent sent an e-mail to this year’s exhibitors explaining the situation; you can see the letter and graphics of the enlarged grooming and ring space here.
Institution of a scholarship for junior handlers brought 35 young people to compete each day, our largest group of juniors in many years. The Neapolitan Mastiff Club of America held its national specialty with us, and Mastiffs, Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs, Rottweilers, Boxers, Shelties, and Weimaraners held regional specialties. Clubs for these breeds, Boston Terriers, Bernese Mountain Dogs and Vizslas also held supported entries. It was also our first Foundation Stock Service show, so spectators had a chance to see rare breeds such as the Barbet, a hunting dog from France, and the Dutch Shepherd, a herding dog from the Netherlands.
Other weekend features included our popular raffle, a club information booth, a variety of vendors, a Canine Good Citizen test, a Friday rent-a-ring, and a reproduction seminar hosted by the Neapolitan Mastiff Club of America.
We’re looking forward to 2017 for an even better show, so mark your calendars for October 20-22 and plan to join us at Roberts Centre in Wilmington, Ohio!
CCKC can help with Steps 1 & 2, and a responsible breeder can help with Step 3!
The CCKC Breeder Directory includes club members who provide breed information, whelp occasional litters of puppies, or have occasional adult dogs to place in new homes.
See our breeder referral pages and a list of breed contacts here
Members receive the CCKC Informant six times a year in even-numbered months. Copies are available by email as a PDF file in color or as a printed black & white version sent by regular USPS mail. deadlines are the 5th day of even numbered months
February 5, 2017
(Fifth day of even numbered months)
Annual Christmas party
Details to be announced soon
More meeting information is here
Date: December 10-11, 2016
Location: CLERMONT COUNTY DOG TRAINING CLUB; 6058 KELLS LANE, MILFORD, OHIO 45150
Judge (All Classes) Rob Robinson (#28979), 867 N. Union Rd., Dayton, OH 45417-7622
Entries are LIMITED to 330 runs per day
Opening Date for all entries: Wed., October 19, 2016 at 8:00 AM
Entries Close on Saturday, November 26, 2016 at 6:00 PM (Eastern Time)
We join The American Kennel Club, The National Animal Interest Alliance, AKC Canine Health Foundation & Ohio Valley Dog Owners in promoting the value of purebred dogs in all of their roles in today's society and in protecting the rights of responsible dog breeders, owners, and exhibitors.
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