Spotlight on Members
Before You Buy
Choosing A Pup
Inc. Sept 9, 1956
AKC Member Club
Idaho Capital City Kennel Club
Learn all about dogs and dog-related acitivities through Educational Programs at our monthly meetings, Telephone
Advice, and a Referral Page on this website.
MEETINGS: Fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m.
(Exceptions: July Picnic and December Annual Awards dinner.)
LOCATION: Idaho Fish & Game Building, 600 S. Walnut, Boise, ID.
Entrance to meeting room is in the back.
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Interested guests are always welcome!
ICCKC CONTACT INFORMATION
TIME: 8:00 TO 5:00 EACH DAY
36 Members with 52 Dogs (25 breeds from every AKC Group) earned 126 AKC Titles!
- 36 ICCKC members with 52 dogs (25 breeds from every AKC Group) earned 126 AKC Titles!
- 5 AKC Champions
- 3 AKC Grand Champions (Including 1 Gold)
22 Obedience (1 Obedience Trial Champion, 5 BN, 6 CD, 3 CDX, 2 UD, 1 UDX2, 1OM3, 1 OM4, 1PCD, 1 GO, 1 invited to AKC Natl Obedience Invitational)
- 12 Rally (3 RN, 3 RA, 3 RE, 3 RAE)
- 73 Agility (2 Preferred Agility Champions 1 PACH, 1 PACH 2, 5 NA, 6 NAJ, 2 OA, 2 OAJ, 1 AXJ, 3 MX, 2 MXB, 3 MXJ, 3 MJB, 3 NF, 1 OF, 1 XF, 2 MF, 1 MFG1, 1 T2B, 1 T2B2, 1 T2B4, 3 NAP, 5 NJP, 3 OAP, 2 OJP, 2 AJP, 2 MXP, 1 MXP2, 1 MXPG, 2 MJP, 1 MJP2, 1 MJPB, 1 MJP3, 1 MJPG, 2 NFP, 1 OFP, 2 MFP, 1 T2BP, 1 PAX, 1 PAX2, 2 qualified for the 2017 National Agility championships)
- 2 Hunt Test (1 Junior and 1 Senior Hunter)
- 3 Junior Courser
- 2 Verstile Companion Dog 1 (earned titles in Obedience, Tracking, and Agility)
- 2 Therapy Dogs Novice
- 1 Canine Good Citizen, 1 Canine Good Citizen Advanced
Are you a dog person? Experienced, or just beginning? Then JOIN THE CLUB! For more information
on joining ICCKC, contact us at our email address located on the bottom of this page, or go to the Club Purpose and
Membership page. Dog clubs abound with dog lovers who share common interests of raising, training, breeding, and
Gain Knowledge - Dog club members are knowledgeable about canine nutrition, health, training, and
development. A dog club is the place to meet experts on your breed of dog, learn the fine art of showing
your dog, participating in agility, obedience, rally, and many other dog events.
Contribute to Your Community - Dog clubs strive to promote and protect dogs in their communities. Club
members teach responsible dog ownership by sponsoring training classes, offering responsible breeder locator
services, and by participating in rescue networks. They monitor and provide input for legislation governing
responsible dog ownership.
Did you know the AKC...(Click link to read)
If you watch the AKC/Eukanuba Invitational or the Westminster dog shows on TV, you may get the impression
that only rich people in fancy clothes with fancy dogs can be part of the dog show world. Nothing could be
further from the truth!! You can choose to participate at any level of involvement or expense that suits
you. Come to our meetings and events - meet our members to see the real world of dogs and dog shows.
The Reasonable View - NAIA - National Animal Interest
Alliance (Click link to read)
The Mission of NAIA is to promote the welfare of animals, to strenthen the human-animal bond, and to safeguard
the rights of responsible animal owners.