Paper Cities Kennel Club Dog Show

By: Ali Ingersoll Email
By: Ali Ingersoll Email

This weekend, the Paper Cities Kennel Club is hosting their annual dog show.

The show features three different events including Conformation, Obedience and Conformation Obedience.

Everyone is welcome to check out the dog show Saturday and Sunday, from 8:30am to 4pm at The Patriot Center, 10101 Market Street, Rothschild, WI. It costs $3 for admission; patrons under 12 who come with an adult can get in for free.

According to the Show Chairwoman, Dolores Slizewski, over 100 different breeds of dogs will make an appearance at the show. She says it is a great opportunity to talk to owners and learn a little about the breeds.

Aside from the show, vendors with a variety of pet-related products will also be at the venue. If you're interested in just checking out the vendors, you do not have to pay the admission fee.

Raffle tickets will also be sold at the event. Baskets offer both people and dog prizes.

A portion of the proceeds from this year's raffle will go to the Headwaters Search and Rescue K9 organization.

For more information on the Paper Cities Kennel Club Dog Show, visit their website at papercitieskc.org or call (715) 359-5476.


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