Our 2014 show was another success! Find links to results from our 2014 Show here.
As soon as one show is wrapped up, it is time to start planning the next! The dates for 2015 are Saturday, March 21 and Sunday, March 22. If you would like to donate/sponsor trophies or have a Supported Entry for your breed, now is the time to let us know! Our Premium List updates are due in October and all of that information must be included. For more information about our show, check out our PDFC All-Breed Dog Show page.
Pssst… are you looking for information for the show at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds in September, 2014? You’re looking for the Gig Harbor Kennel Club! This will be their first show at this site. Good luck to all those entered and we wish a smooth, easy weekend for our friends with the GHKC who make it all happen behind the scenes!
Interested in getting involved in your local dog community? Consider becoming a member of Peninsula Dog Fanciers’ Club to help us grow to become all that we hope to be in our community. We’d love to have you! Check out our Membership page for more information and join us at our next General Meeting! Questions? Feel free to contact us!
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About the Peninsula Dog Fanciers’ Club
Founded in 1950, the Peninsula Dog Fanciers’ Club, Inc. is dedicated to promoting the interests of all purebred dogs and their activities within Kitsap County and nationwide.
Since its inception, the PDFC has been involved in sponsoring many purebred dog events, educational clinics and seminars; funding local, dog-related community projects; and hosting fun, dog-related activities. PDFC holds two annual all-breed dog shows at the end of March at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds and a Responsible Dog Ownership Day event each September. (Check out the Events page for more information on the dog show and RDO Day!)
♦ To further the advancement and knowledge of all breeds of purebred dogs.
♦ To do all in its power to protect and advance the interest of all breeds of purebred dogs and to encourage sportsman-like competition at dog shows and trials.
♦ To conduct sanctioned matches, dog shows and trials under the rules of the American Kennel Club.
♦ To provide education and support to the community and its agencies, and to the dog fancy in general: through donations, seminars, clinics, workshops, classes, volunteer services.
♦ To offer social activities within the membership of the Club.