PDFC hosts All-Breed Dog Show this weekend

BREMERTON- The Peninsula Dog Fanciers’ Club will be hosting an All-Breed Dog Show March 23rd and 24th at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds.

Events include two All-Breed Dog Shows, three rally trials and three obedience trials. Judging begins at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, March 23rd. The show superintendent is BayRay Event Services, an AKC annualy licensed superintendent out of Burlington that provides services for kennel clubs and dog show exhibitors. Pee wee handling is offered on Saturday as a special attraction for handlers ages 5-9.

PDFC was founded in 1950 and is dedicated to promoting the interests of all purebred dogs and their activities within Kitsap County and nationwide. Since its inception, the club has been involved in sponsoring many purebred dog events, educational clinics and seminars; funding local, dog-related community projects and hosting dog-related activities.

All obedience and rally classes are open to all American dogs that are registered with the AKC. Day parking is $5 per day and there are no entrance fees for spectators at the show.

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