Thousands of Graduating Veterinarians Receive The Complete Dog Book from Hartz Mountain Corporation
New York, NY — This spring, approximately 2,400 graduating veterinarians from 27 schools received a special edition of the AKC's Complete Dog Book, the premier reference on purebred dogs, compliments of Hartz Mountain Corporation and AKC. Hartz is the official sponsor of the AKC Veterinary Outreach Program, which aims to provide resources that assist the […] | June 7, 2005
AKC Expands Online Store Through Relationship With Cherrybrook, Inc.
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American Kennel Club Statement On AKC/CHF Lawsuit
New York, NY – The American Kennel Club (AKC) has been informed by the AKC Canine Health Foundation of an unfavorable verdict in the case of Deborah Lynch v. AKC/CHF. The AKC shares their disappointment and is hopeful that an appeal will prove favorable. In spite of this outcome, the AKC is proud of the […] | May 4, 2005
The AKC Awards 2005 Junior Scholarships
  The American Kennel Club today announced that 58 Junior Scholarships have been awarded to students from 26 states. The scholarships for high school, college and graduate school students range from $1,000 to $5,000 each for a total of $100,000. "The Junior Scholarship program is a special way for AKC to honor the hard work […] | April 28, 2005
Colorado, Delaware and Texas Pass AKC Canine Good Citizenship Resolutions
Importance of Responsible Dog Ownership Now Recognized by 21 States New York, NY – The American Kennel Club (AKC) applauds the state legislatures of Colorado, Delaware and Texas for recently passing AKC Canine Good Citizen® (CGC™) resolutions. The three states join 18 others and the U.S. Senate in recognizing the importance of responsible dog ownership, […] | April 18, 2005
New AKC Registration Option Includes Companion Animal Recovery Enrollment
  The American Kennel Club announces a new feature to its individual dog registration package that will give purebred dog owners the opportunity to register their dog with AKC and "stay connected for life." New owners can now enroll in the AKC Companion Animal Recovery System, at the same time – and on the same […] | April 15, 2005
Sit! The Popularity of Small Dogs is Here to Stay
  Small dogs—those weighing less than 20 pounds—have held a steady place in the hearts of Americans over the past four years according to American Kennel Club registration statistics. Since 2000, four of the top ten most popular breeds have been small dogs, indicating that while Americans may be gravitating towards bigger cars and appetites […] | April 15, 2005
AKC Honors Fancier Charlotte McGowan with a Community Achievement Award
New York, NY – The American Kennel Club (AKC) announced today that Charlotte McGowan has been named a recipient of the AKC Community Achievement Award for her diligent work on legislative matters of interest to the dog fancy. She was one of two honorees this quarter – Port Chester Obedience Training Club of Port Chester, […] | March 15, 2005
AKC Honors Port Chester Obedience Training Club with a Community Achievement Award
The American Kennel Club® (AKC®) announced today that Port Chester Obedience Training Club (PCOTC) has been named a recipient of the AKC Community Achievement Award for its public education efforts throughout the greater New York metropolitan area. PCOTC was one of two honorees this quarter – Charlotte McGowan, Legislative Liaison for several Massachusetts clubs, also […] | March 15, 2005
AKC Seeks Support of Fancy to Spread Responsible Dog Ownership Message
  Clubs Invited to Hold Educational Events For AKC Responsible Dog Ownership Day The American Kennel Club (AKC) is pleased to announce that the third annual AKC Responsible Dog Ownership Day will be held on Saturday, September 17th (the day the AKC was founded in 1884). The goal of the initiative is to educate first-time […] | March 15, 2005

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