The Summer Solstice Cluster All-Breed Dog Shows celebrate summer with an American tradition as old as apple pie and cherry trees.
Americans have welcomed the joys of dog ownership for hundreds of years, from George Washington and his American Foxhounds to Donald Trump and his Labroador. Today the role of dogs in society has shifted from hunters and working dogs to primarily family companions.
The Anoka County Minnesota Kennel Club and the Cambridge Minnesota Kennel Club, licensed by and a member of the American Kennel Club (AKC)—the nation’s largest registry and leading nonprofit organization dedicated to the welfare of purebred dogs—recognized that canine companionship is not only a right but also a privilege that must be respected and nurtured.
Whether you are looking for a new puppy for your family, thinking about becoming a first-time dog owner, or are a life-long dog lover, they encourage you to “bone-up” on responsible dog ownership.
The Anoka County Minnesota Kennel Club and the Cambridge Minnesota Kennel Club invite you to join them at the Summer Solstice Cluster All-Breed Dog Shows on Thursday, June 22 through Sunday, June 25, at the Isanti County Fairgrounds, 3101 Hwy. 95 NE, Cambridge.
Want to see a particular breed? A week before the shows, visit www.onofrio.com; click on “Show Information”; click on “Closed Shows”; scroll down to Anoka County Minnesota Kennel Club and Cambridge Minnesota Kennel Club, and click on “Judging Program.” Look for the breed you are interested in seeing and find the time and the ring in which that breed will be shown each day.