It’s estimated that nearly half of all American households have dogs. This makes it an important goal to provide basic education on how to make the experience enjoyable and beneficial for both the dog and their owner.Through various community events, we give potential and present owners information on how to select, train, and manage their pets.We also will come to your civic or charitable organization to conduct presentations relating to dogs and their uses as helpers and companions.
Have you ever watched a dog show on television, or stumbled across a group of people training in the park? Maybe you went to a pet convention or got a puppy from someone who actively shows. These are a small glimpse of what kennel clubs are all about.We’re simply a small community of dog lovers who gather together to have fun with our pups, foster their welfare, show-off their attributes, and to protect the rights of all dog owners.In particular, the Warren County Kennel Club (WCKC) is dedicated to furthering the advancement and protecting the interests of purebred dogs, encourage sportsmanlike competition, and to conduct sanctioned matches, shows, and obedience trials under the rules of The American Kennel Club (AKC).
“To sit with a dog on a hillside on a glorious afternoon is to be back in Eden,
where doing nothing was not boring - it was peace.”