Digging up history
The Furniture City Kennel Club was established circa 1951. Mrs. Edens and her daughter Maxine French were the early leaders.
The show was held at the Jamestown fairgrounds on the Saturday before Labor Day until the early 70's when it moved to the exhibition hall at the Greensboro Coliseum. It stayed there until it moved to the Jim Graham Building in Raleigh. A second show was established in the late 70's and was held at City Lake Park in High Point.
After becoming a member of AKC, James R. White, noted multiple group judge was elected as its first delegate. Other members of note were superintendents Barbara Moss Inman and Jean Whitt.
Current meetings are held the second Monday of each month at the High Point Keller Williams office at 665 N Main Street, High Point starting at 7 pm. For more information contact Meg Wood:firstname.lastname@example.org
News & Views
Canine Influenza FAQ
Here is a great FAQ about the current canine infuenza from the University of Flordia Vet School
Update - Jun CAT in King, NC
The FCKC will hold a CAT Test will be held Fri. Jun 2nd - Sun. Jun 4th in King, NC. Details can be obtain for the CAT Premum Link or the BOSS web site.
NOTE: With the outbreak of canine influenza, preventative steps will be taken for the protection of the dogs.
As you maybe aware, there have been an outbreak of canine flu, H2N3, has been seen at some of the local show in the south.
Clicking the link above will provide you some information about to deal with the outbreak for your dog
Our members are dedicated to protecting and promoting the purebred dog through American Kennel Club dog show events, education, research and support in our community
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns. We are here to help you. We all work full time jobs and in most cases we try to get back to you within a couple days. Thank you for understanding.
Originally built in the 1920s to house the Chamber of Commerce, it stood 20 feet tall as the ‘bureau of information.’ It has been restored as an 18th century dresser, standing 40 feet tall and houses the High Point Jaycees headquarters. It is a lasting tribute to High Point “the ...
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