102nd and 103rd Detroit Kennel Club Dog Shows February 28 & March 1, 2009 at Cobo Center
Annual shows offer star of
“We are very excited to present this year’s show,” said Detroit Kennel Club President
The DKC shows are a ‘benched show’, which offer visitors the unique opportunity to meet with owners and breeders and learn about breed characteristics, temperament, care, health, grooming, history and other issues for dog owners. When dogs are not in the judging rings, they are required by the rules of the show to be displayed on a bench according to breed, making it easy for a spectator to talk to several breeders of a specific dog in the same location. The DKC Dog Shows are one of only six benched American Kennel Club (AKC) shows left in
Special Events Make the DKC Dog Shows One-of-a-Kind
The 102nd/103rd DKC Dog Shows are packed full of fun for the entire family. No other show in the Midwest brings as many canine special events, vendors and demonstrations under one roof. Demonstrations include AKC agility trials, pet first aid & CPR, K-9 officer demos, Leader Dogs for the Blind, terrier racing, pet therapy, Dog Scouts of America, herding, retriever and field training, breed seminars and Gazehound demonstrations.
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