American Kennel Club


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American Kennel Club

a non-profit organization, made up of a large number of individual clubs, devoted to the advancement of purebred dogs. It serves as the official body for maintaining the stud book and registration of purebred dogs, and it conducts competitions.
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Puppy programs and the American Kennel Club (AKC), found that two in three pet owners don't know the safest place for Rover when traveling in the car.
nz quoted American Kennel Club spokeswoman Lisa Peterson as saying.
Now, dog owners can enjoy premium quality treats, toys and accessories that are good for the environment and reflect the prestige and heritage long associated with the American Kennel Club.
The American Kennel Club urges jurisdictions to instead enforce nuisance laws.
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A member of the American Kennel Club, The Westminster Kennel Club is America's oldest organization dedicated to the sport of purebred dogs.
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Born in Worcester, Massachusetts; a US Army Veteran and an active Judge with the American Kennel Club of America; passed away, Sunday, May 8, 2011.
Founded in 1884 as a registry for pure-bred dogs, the American Kennel Club didn't offer many perks for your beloved Labrador-Collie mix.
The National Volunteer Fire Council, American Kennel Club and ADT Security Team Up to Prevent the Tragic Loss of Pets in Home Fires
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