About Raleigh Kennel Club
Kennel Club, Raleigh, North Carolina, is a non-profit, all-breed dog club established
in 1953 with the objective to further the advancement of all breeds of purebred dogs.
The club is involved in public education relating to dogs and to responsible dog ownership.
Our members share a love of dogs and donate their time and effort to support our canine companions.
Financial support is offered by the club to the NC State University College of Veterinary
Medicine, to our local law enforcement canine organizations, and to other organizations and programs
dedicated to the interests of dogs. The club is involved in legislation concerning
dogs and dog ownership. The Raleigh Kennel Club
sponsors two dog shows held at the NC state fairgrounds per year, participates in the AKC Responsible
Dog Ownership Day and and other dog related events. The Raleigh Kennel
Club sponsors obedience, conformation and canine good citizenship training classes.