OPEN TO ALL DOG OWNERS!
SEPTEMBER 17, 2016
Obedience, Rally Obedience, Conformation, Agility
NEZ PERCE CO. FAIRGROUNDS, BURRELL ST., Lewiston
9 am to 3 pm
$ 5 under 18 all day
$10 Adults all day
Bring shade, chair and water for the day.
LCKC' s 83rd & 84th American Kennel Club Dog Show / Palouse Hills Dog Fanciers Cluster
See the best and most talented dogs and handlers from throughout the United States (and LOCALLY) as they compete for
BEST IN SHOW, BEST JUNIOR HANDLER, BEST RALLY OBEDIENCE AND BEST HIGH IN TRIAL OBEDIENCE.
Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday - April 21-24, 2017 - Nez Perce County Fairgrounds, 1229 Burrell, Lewiston
Handicapped access to all events.
$5 parking for the entire day (to pay the great parking crew) - 8:00 am to 6:00 pm each day. Concessions available, vendors of various items.
MEMBERS of the DOGWOOD FESTIVAL EVENTS!
(Sorry, no dogs allowed that are not officially entered in the dog show.)
These activities include:
AKC Dog Shows - www.infodog.com
Rally & Obedience Trials
Sanctioned Puppy Matches
Canine Good Citizen Testing
Obedience / Rally Obedience
Canine Good Citizen
Other public activities such as
Good Dog - Better Dog Obedience Classes
4-H Youth Programs
Our Fund Raisers Support:
Lewiston All Breed Dog Show & Obedience Trials
WSU and Veterinary Student Scholarships
YWCA and YWCA Domestic Violence Shelter
Lewis-Clark Animal Shelter
Nez Perce County Canine Unit
LCKC promotes educational programs concerning the health and welfare of purebred and mixed breed dogs. We actively monitor and support legislation to protect responsible pet ownership. We endeavor to assist owners and future owners with any questions they may have concerning their breed. We support the AKC Canine Good Citizen program and encourage testing. We support responsible purebred breeding, breed rescue and encourage spay/neuter of mixed breed and shelter dogs. Members belong to Breed Clubs and provide information concerning those breeds. LCKC promotes regular veterinary check ups, current vaccinations, safe, clean and comfortable housing plus adequate water, food, shade and warmth for all pets.
The general membership meets the second Tuesday of every month to discuss plans for future events. On occasion, the meetings include guest speakers and films as well as items of interest to dog owners such as legislation, nutrition and medical advances.