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BKC Handling Classes

have stopped for summer break

Classes will begin again in August
 

The Historic Cahaba Pumping Station Museum (off Highway 280 in Birmingham).

4012 Sicard Hollow Road;

Birmingham, AL 35223

 

Click here for more information.

We look forward to working with you

and your dogs!

 

 

 

 

BKC does not endorse or recommend any specific obedience trainer,

handling teacher, training method, or set of classes.

 

 

Our Spring 2014 Dog Shows

were a huge success.  This is what we offered:


****4 Day Dog Show*****  

Thursday, April 3rd -Tuscaloosa Kennel Club
 Friday, April 4th - Birmingham Kennel Club
Saturday, April 5th - Tuscaloosa Kennel Club
  Sunday, April 6th - Birmingham Kennel Club



Special Attractions:
4-6 Month Beginner Puppy Competition

Bred By Exhibitor Competition
AKC National  Owner- Handler Series


Three days of Obedience and Rally 

Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Separate rings for Obedience and Rally for all three days

We will have Obedience Run throughs on Friday

30 minutes after High In Trial

$1.00 per minute with a maximum of 10 minutes per class

One set of sits and downs $1.00
Sanctioned B Match on Saturday after Best in Show


Any Questions Please call the HP   (205) 982-7552

 

 

Click here to visit the Shelby County Exhibition Center website. 

   

Responsible Dog Owner Day

Saturday, September 7, 2013

2013 Paws in the Park

The Birmingham Kennel Club, Inc.

 

Birmingham Kennel Club

Previous Match Pictures

Manners in Motion

109 Clark Street

Pelham, AL 35124

 

The Birmingham Kennel Club is a non-profit organization located in Birmingham, Alabama.  

BKC is licensed by the American Kennel Club and has two main objectives:

1)  To further the advancement of all breeds of pure-bred dogs 

2)  to conduct licensed dog shows and sanctioned matches under the rules of the American Kennel Club  

BKC also hosts various educational events, dog activities, and handling classes in the Greater Birmingham, Alabama area.  

 
To make sure you receive AKC emails, please add enews@akc.org to your email address book.


Every registration makes a difference . . . for all dogs!

I hope that 2010 has been a great year so far for your club and its members, and that the rest of the year continues similarly.

Without the continuing help of our clubs, the AKC cannot live up to its mission of advocating for the purebred dog as a family companion, advancing canine health and well-being, working to protect the rights of all dog owners and promoting responsible dog ownership.  As we continue extensive outreach to the AKC community regarding our efforts to meet the challenge of decreasing registrations, we need your help in telling your club members why AKC registrations are so important.

To help us meet this challenge, we have developed several print-ready files that we ask you to include in your club's communications, like your newsletter or website.  These include:

Full-page and half-page ads that briefly explain why it is important for breeders to register all the puppies they produce.
"Registering All Your Dogs Has Never Been More Important", an in-depth article that explains why registration is vital to everyone involved in the world of the AKC.
"All Dogs Deserve to be Registered", a flyer that explains the benefits of AKC's new Online Litter Record Service.
Please feel free to distribute this information to your club members.

Thank you for your dedication to your breed, your club, and to the sport of purebred dogs.  Please know that with your support, and by working together, we will be able to take the necessary steps to ensure AKC's long and healthy future as the nation's preeminent purebred dog registry.

Sincerely,
David Roberts
VP, Registration and Customer Service

BKC Meetings

BKC meets on the first Monday of each month, unless otherwise noted. 

 

Meeting Location: 

The Historic Cahaba Pumping Station Museum (off Highway 280 in Birmingham).

4012 Sicard Hollow Road;

Birmingham, AL 35223

Clickhereto go to the Cahaba Pumping Station website for directions

BKC Disclaimer

 

Member Announcements

  • BKC Merchandise: Get your shirt and pin now! Contact Matina.

  • BKC Board Meeting will begin at 6:30 pm, first Monday of each month, unless othewise noted.
  • General Membership meeting @7:30 pm, first Monday of each month, unless otherwise noted. 

  • Meeting location: Historic Cahaba Pumping Station Museum (off of Highway 280 in Birmingham, near the Colonnade). 

                                                                       

Animal cruelty law in Alabama:

 Alabama Law Code 13A-11-240

Alabama Canine Coalition:

Protecting the rights of dog owners in the state of Alabama

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