First Tuesday of every month. No meeting Jan and July
About the Greeley Kennel Club
In 1950, a group of breeders and enthusiasts met to organize the Greeley Kennel Club for the purpose of promoting the breeding and showing of AKC pure-bred dogs, bringing to perfection their natural high qualities for conformation, field and obedience, and setting the standards of influence, always protecting and advancing the interest of AKC pure-bred dogs.
The club provides publications of interest, monthly meetings and annual awards. The monthly meetings usually include a program on some aspect of dog care, breeding, or training in addition to conducting business. The club also sponsors three AKC licensed all-breeds and obedience trials each year. These shows are held back-to-back in August at Island Grove Regional Park in Greeley.
In addition to the above events, the club helps sponsor both obedience and conformation training classes.
A portion of the proceeds generated from shows and seminars is donated to a variety of organizations, including the 4-H Scholarships, Weld County Fair trophies for competition in dogs, the Canine Health Foundation , and canine related research projects at various universities including Colorado State University.