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Welcome to the Alaska Kennel Club's website!

 We hope you will use the information found here to learn about purebred dogs. Whether you are looking for a family companion, searching for a purebred show dog, wanting to meet other dog fanciers, or deciding to enter a dog show, we can help!

The Alaska Kennel Club provides education and information to assist you in becoming a knowledgeable puppy buyer and owner. We do not sell puppies nor endorse any breeders. Instead, we provide you the information you need in your search for the perfect companion and newest member of your family. We also can guide you into the sport of dogs, whether your interest is conformation, obedience, or agility.


This site is provided as a public service courtesy of the Alaska Kennel Club. This site contains no advertisements and is designed for educational purposes.

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The Alaska Kennel Club receives hundreds of calls throughout the year from individuals inquiring about purebred dogs. We would like to invite you to attend one of our dog shows, where you will have a great opportunity to watch the competition and talk to knowledgeable people about specific breeds. These people can help you decide if a particular breed would be the right addition to your family.

There are proper etiquettes that should be followed at dog shows:

1. Un-entered dogs are never allowed on any show grounds

2. Always ask the owner or handler's permission before petting a dog

3. Baby strollers are allowed in spectator areas but not in the aisles

4. Spectator seating will be found outside the rings away from entrances

 The judging of individual breeds is done from the morning until early afternoon,  followed by Group judging, where the dog awarded Best of Breed represents that breed in the individual Group competition. The first place winners of the seven Groups then compete for Best In Show at the end of the day. You are
encouraged to cheer for your favorites! The dogs enjoy the attention, and work even harder to applause.
 
For information about the next dog show, go to:
Events If you have any questions, please feel free to call the Alaska Kennel Club Rep at 346-1601.

We look forward to meeting you!
 
Barbara Brandt, President.
    


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