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The sport of purebred dog competitive events dates prior to 1884, the year of AKC's birth. Shared values of those involved in the sport include principles of sportsmanship. They are practiced in all sectors of our sport: conformation, performance and companion. Many believe that these principles of sportsmanship are the prime reason why our sport has thrived for over one hundred years.

The AKC and associate members, such as the TCKC, are dedicated to protecting the rights of all dog owners, promoting responsible dog ownership and ensuring that laws governing dog ownership and breeding are reasonable, enforceable and non-discriminatory. 


21 OCT

7:00 pm - TCKC
Club House


7:00 pm - TCKC

Club House

The AKC's Canine Good Citizen (CGC) Program is a two part program that is designed to (1) teach responsible dog ownership to owners and (2) certify dogs that have the training and demeanor to be reliable, well-behaved members of their families and communities. The TCKC offers obedience courses focusing on the CGC and testing opportunities for the community. 



Junior Showmanship


Participation in Junior Showmanship is intended to encourage Juniors to learn how to care for and present different breeds. Part of the educational process could include apprenticeship or assisting professional handlers. The Treasure Coast Kennel Club offers Junior Showmanship training classes. 



Handlers can benefit from the experience and practice. From beginners to more experienced handlers, all are welcome. We focus on all the needs to show your dog in an AKC All breed show.

Performance Sports


The Treasure Coast Kennel Club offers classes in AKC performance sports such as agility, obedience, nosework, rally and more. The American Kennel Club now offers the AKC Canine Partners Program, enabling altered (spay or neutered) mixed breed dog the ability to compete in perforance canine sports as well. View the TCKC class schedule for available courses.

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