Current

Asheville Kennel Club Members,
We need your assistance.We need your experience and input.  We need YOU…at the next zoom meeting on 06 October 2020 at 7PM. 
We have a great deal of information that we need to share and make decisions on for our 2021 show, April 10th and 11th.    We need to move on many items now to make our 2021 show a reality and a success.  
Thank you for your attention.  We look forward to seeing ALL of you at the zoom meeting on the 6th of Ocober at 7PM.  Your attendance is wanted and needed to move our club to a sucessful 2021 show.
Thank you,  
Asheville Kennel Club Board 

Attention Exhibitors, Judges, Vendors and Spectators:

The Asheville Kennel Club, Inc. has made the decision to cancel our All Breed & FSS Open Shows scheduled for the weekend of April 4th and 5th, 2020 because of the ruling from The State of North Carolina concerning COVID-19. The Western North Carolina Agricultural Center, which is a State-run facility will not be available for us to hold this event.

We appreciate your understanding and we are looking forward to seeing you next year on the weekend of April 3rd and 4th, 2021.

Sincerely,

The Board of Directors of The Asheville Kennel Club, Inc.

Asheville Kennel Club All-Breed Conformation Show – New Show Dates:
April 4th & 5th, 2020

Saturday:
Conformation & NOHS
4-6 Month Puppy
Junior Showmanship
AKC Misc. / FSS Open
Pee Wee Class
Health Clinics
*Specialty ~ Cavaliers*
CGC Workshop (BRCKCSC)

Sunday:
Conformation & NOHS
4-6 Month Puppy
Junior Showmanship
AKC Misc. / FSS Open
*Specialty ~ Cavaliers*
CGC Testing (BRCKCSC)

The Blue Ridge Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club (BRCKCSC) will have supported entries at the All-Breed Shows & Concurrent Specialties ~ Judges: Catherine Bell, George Marquis, Judith Smith, Nicholas Frost, Richard Mullen, Debra Reed, Patricia Taylor, Bradley Jenkins and Lonnie Carroll

Our very own Buncombe County Sheriff K9 team has graciously accepted our invitation to meet and greet you during our show.  You’ll find them in the atrium between 8 AM and 3 PM each day.  Take a minute to say hello, learn about their skills, and make a new friend.

Please consider honoring this team by supporting our K9 fundraising efforts with a donation.  Do you know about the costs associated with having a K9 group to protect us?  Here are some examples: 

·   Replacing a retiring K9 – $10 ,000 to $15,000 

·   Special apparatus for vehicle safety – $7,000 or more

·    Average annual maintenance
(food, vet, kennel, training equipment and certification testing) $9,000

·   Bullet/stab proof vest, emergency first aid kits $1,000

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