October 2018, Antelope Valley Kennel Club AKC sectioned B All-Breed Conformation and Obedience Match
Show location is at Lancaster Park, 43063 10thstreet West, Lancaster, CA 93534
Conformation, Handling/Movement Classes, and Jr. Showmanship classes begin at 11:00am
Obedience and Rally classes begin at 9:00am
AKC CGC and AKC Trick Dog Testing. begin at 10:00am
Pre Entries: $8.00 due by September 16th. Day of Show entries: $10.00. 2nd entry of same dog $5.00. Movement/Handling classes $2.00. Class to introduce AKC Scent Work $5.00. CGC and Trick Dog testing $15.00. Jr. Showmanship Free.
The Antelope Valley Kennel Club is a non-profit organization that operates under the rules and regulations set forth by the American Kennel Club.
Antelope Valley Kennel Club Inc. (AVKC) was founded in 1955 by a group of local dog enthusiasts. Their intention was to showcase pure-bred dogs as companion animals in an agricultural community where dogs were regarded as working stock, while at the same time allowing fellow breeders to exhibit the best of their stock and helping to safeguard the traits and temperaments of their individual breeds of dog.
The first Antelope Valley Kennel Club Dog Show, with an entry of 400 representing 116 breeds was held in December 1958. Since then the Club has grown along with the Valley population and now holds two (2) Breed & Obedience shows per year. Entries of 2,000 plus dogs and over 140 breeds are now exhibited. Annually the Club holds an American Kennel Club (AKC) Sanctioned B-OB and Agility Match. Members actively participate in dog shows and related dog activities including obedience, agility, field trials, lure coursing, water work and earth dog trials. These events are a means of demonstrating the quality and natural instincts of their dogs. Promoting responsible dog ownership and educational programs, the Club is focused on serving and supporting the dog community of the Antelope Valley.