About the Kenosha Kennel Club
The Kenosha Kennel Club has been a part of the community since March, 1969. A non-profit organization, one of its purposes are to further the advancement of purebred dogs and encourage sportsmanlike competition at dog shows and obedience trials.
We also work hard with the community to train their dogs, whether purebred or lovable mix, to create a well balanced, well mannered dog who is a joy to have with you.
In order to accomplish these goals, the club sponsors an annual dog show in September, holds training classes throughout the year, and maintains a breeders directory. We also run Canine Good Citizen tests and other information seminars periodically.
We are seen throughout the year at various demonstrations, expos, and charity events with many of our club members and their dogs. Obedience demonstrations are often given to a group of interested students, senior, club, scouts or any other gathering.
Our training facility is located on 85th Street, about half way between Green Bay Road/Route 31 and 39th Avenue. We invite you to stop in to talk with our instructors. We hold classes Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday evenings, and are typically at the building between 6:30 and 9:00 p.m.