Alberni dog show Oct. 14-16

The 52nd annual Alberni Valley Kennel Club Dog Show comes to Glenwood Centre on Oct. 14-16.

Jolie McMullan cuddles a pup during an Alberni Valley Kennel Club Dog Show.

The 52nd annual Alberni Valley Kennel Club Dog Show comes to Glenwood Centre on Oct. 14-16. The show is free to the public and starts off on Friday, Oct. 14 with a chance to ‘Meet the Breeds’ from 5-7 p.m. Come out and get up close to all the dogs at the show.

Saturday at noon is the ‘sweepstakes’ competition where the winners take home a percentage of entry fees. And you know the best thing? Plenty of puppies—40 in fact—to ooh and ahh over. At about 4 p.m. on Saturday it’s time for the ‘Junior Handling’ event and then from 5-7 p.m. it’s a dinner social and music featuring a by donation buffet and music from Lance Lapointe.

Full details at www.albernivalleykennelclub.wordpress.com.

 

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