Logansport Kennel Club Dog Show

March is just around the corner and our excitement is growing for one of the cutest competitions in DeKalb County!  The Logansport Kennel Club Dog show, which is being held at the National Military History Center on March 12th and 13th, is expected to bring in hundreds of four-legged competitors and their owners each day of the show!

This event is being organized by the Logansport Kennel Club, and furnished by Roy Jones Dog Shows, Inc. It is also certified by the American Kennel Club meaning it will follow specific guidelines that have been established by the club!

Food vendors will be available during the event and numerous other vendors will also be there selling dog treats, grooming supplies, and other canine-friendly items!

Admission is free for spectators to watch the competition both days and a list of breeds and variety groups that are expected at the show can be found at royjonesdogshows.com. An entry form is also available at this website, the registration deadline is February 24th!

Head to our website, dekalbcvb.org, for more information about the exciting events happening in DeKalb County!

WHAT: Logansport Kennel Club Dog Show

LOCATION: The National Military History Center

5634 County Road 11A, Auburn, Indiana 46706

WHEN: March 12th & 13th, 2016

TIME: Saturday & Sunday, 7:00 AM- 6:00 PM

ADMISSION: FREE to spectators (Competitors must pay entry fee)

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