The Salina Kennel Club was established in 1956, and became an AKC member in 1957. The purpose of the club is the promote the sport of purebred dogs. Members today compete in Conformation, Obedience, Agility, Flyball, Therapy Dog Work, Herding, Lure Coursing, Junior Showmanship, and a variety of other doggy activities with over 40 different breeds of purebred dogs.
For more information on the Salina Kennel Club, and it's activities, contact: Kat Farres at 785-825-4247 or mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Salina Kennel Club holds three sessions of puppy and basic obedience classes per year, in January, June and September. All classes are taught by volunteers who love dogs !
Puppy Class: This class is for puppies from 8 weeks to about 4-5 months old. We will cover housebreaking, manners, socialization, sit, down, come, and walking on lead. We also include some grooming, toenail trimming, and discuss appropriate chew toys and many other subjects for the new puppy and their owner.
Adult Class: This class is for the older puppy, or adult dog. We will work on sit, down, come, walking on a lead, turns, stays, and other doggy manners.