The DKC 74th annual dog show is back

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For over 100 years, the Duluth Kennel Club has been prominent in the Northland. With over 70 years of dog shows, board members and directors don’t even know exactly how long the show has been around.

DKC show chairman Carolyn Lichty says “we have records of the first show after World War Two being in 1948. Since then, we’ve had a consecutive annual dog show or a group of shows, except during the pandemic, since 1948.

Even if you don’t have a dog or know anything about dog shows this is still the place for you. Longtime dog handler Terri Myers told us it’s easier when people want to engage with the dogs. “People need to realize these are still family dogs.”

The show will run through Sunday with doors opening each day at 8:30 a.m.. Tickets will be sold at the door and there are concessions available and vendors on site.