Established 1975
The Marquette Kennel Club is a non-profit organization whose  purpose is to do all in its power to protect the  advancements and the interests of all breeds of pure-bred dogs and registered PAL mix-bred dogs by encouraging sportman like competition at dog shows  and obedience trials while conducting sanctioned matches under the rules of the American Kennel Club. 

 2018 SHOW DATES:  SEPT 15th and 16th
Requirments
Dining
Lodging
All dogs must be registered with the AMERICAN KENNEL CLUB to compete in the show. Have a mixed breed no problem! Click the icon to the left and enroll today. 
The weekend event will have meals available for purchase provided by local 4-H members.  If you prefer to dine out click the spoon and fork.
 
Looking to stay? Click the dog house to the left for a link to some area hotels.
Roy Jones Dog
Shows
Join The Marquette Kennel Club
MKC Obedience
We are always seeking new members to volunteer or help with the annual show. The Marquette Kennel Club meets at the Peter White Public Library every second Tuesday of each month.
View Upcoming Shows and Events, Judging Programs/Breakdowns, Show Results, Specialty and Small Show Processing, Results from AKC
Printed Entry and Fax Forms
Register online using Roy Jones site
The Marquette Kennel Club offers several obedience classes through out the year. The cost is $100 for an 8 week course taught by experienced dog handlers of the club. All breeds and MIXED breeds are WELCOME to attend. 
Membership Application
Roy Jones Site
Class Registration
What is PALS?
The AKC, PAL and You

Many people have discovered the fun of teaming up with their dogs and competing in AKC Events. But, not all of those wonderful canine athletes that you see at these events are registered with the AKC. Some might be enrolled in the AKC's Purebred Alternative Listing (PAL), a program that allows unregistered dogs of registrable breeds to compete in AKC Performance and Companion Events, also specific breeds in the FSS® Program that are eligible for Companion Events.
If you have a purebred dog that cannot be registered with the AKC and have a desire to see what your dog can do in real competition, a PAL/ILP number is your ticket to the world of AKC events and clubs!
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