Minneapolis Kennel Club

 

About the Minneapolis Kennel Club

 Founded in 1933, the Minneapolis Kennel Club is one of the oldest kennel clubs in Minnesota. Its mission is to further the advancement of all breeds of purebred dogs, to advance the interests of dog shows and obedience trials, and to encourage sportsmanship at such events.

The Minneapolis Kennel Club conducts educational meetings and seminars , sanctioned matches,an annual all-breed dog show and an obedience trial. The club is an active donor to the purebred dog community.

 

News:

July MKC meeting:

July 18: Dog Photography

Pet photographer, Annette Williams, will be giving a presentation, sharing tips and tricks on how to photograph dogs. Under the name of "Twin Eyes Photography", Annette and her sister have done the photography for the Su-Mac Cairn Terrier Club Specialty in August. Just one of the topics Annette will be covering is photographing black dogs, but she welcomes any questions or issues you may have. If you do have any questions or areas you'd like her to cover feel free to send an email to Peggy at scotsbypeg@msn.com and they will be forwarded to Annette in advance of the meeting. Guests are very welcome!

IMPORTANT: This meeting will be held at Chuck and Don's in Edina (6821 York Ave S, Edina, MN 55435) and will begin at 7:30 pm.

Holiday Party: The annual MKC meeting and holiday party will be held on December 11 (Monday) evening at Joseph's Grill in St. Paul. Thanks to Paul Hussa who suggested Joseph's and made all the arrangements. Note that the event is on a Monday evening. Details will be posted as December comes closer.

 

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