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COVID-19 Announcement

In response to the rapidly changing situation related to the corona virus, Del Monte Kennel Club has decided to

Cancel all upcoming shows and trials.

Our top priority is the health, safety, and well-being of our community, and we want to do our part to mitigate the spread of this disease. We hope to be able to restart classes, but this will depend on recommendations from health experts. We will update our plans as information becomes available.

Member of the American Kennel Club

The Del Monte Kennel Club was founded to promote the sport of purebred dogs and encourage responsible dog ownership. In addition to our obedience and handling classes, the Club sponsors two All-Breed Conformation Dog Shows, three Obedience Trials, three Rally Trials and three Agility Trials each year. Purebred dogs from California and the U.S. participate in these shows.

Del Monte Kennel Club's first AKC Sanctioned Show was held in 1908.

Member Brags

Ike

Ellenside Red Ike aka "Ike"

February 28, 2020 Great Western Terrier Association of Southern California Pomona California

Ike was Group One and Best In Specialty Show at the Great Western Terrier Association Show #1 under Judge Richard Lopaschuk

Members Training

Sky & Susan

Susan and her young Golden Retriever "Sky" have been training in water retrieval.

New Classes Starting Soon

"Dog training classes open to all dogs, pure bred and mixed breeds"

Puppy Development and Obedience Class

This class is for 4 month old puppies. You will learn how to manage, understand, and effectively train your dog to sit, stay, down, and walk on a leash. There will be time for discussion of common problems and concerns.

 

 

Beginning Attention

This class provides an introduction to formal attention and is run as a series that starts yearly. It is for the more than casual Obedience/Rally competitor and young dogs are welcome. This class should be taken in addition to Obedience, not in place of it. Concepts of working attention are introduced through a series of games that build in complexity over time, to walk the dog and handler team through the three phases of learning a new behavior; show, reinforce, correct.

For schedules and more information