Registered Clubs and Societies

Registered clubs and societies
The Kennel Club registers clubs and societies which can represent particular breeds, disciplines or activities, either on a regional or national basis.
Code of Practice for Objections and Appeals
Code of Practice for the Disposal of Objections and for any subsequent Appeal
How to register your club or society
The Kennel Club registers clubs and societies which can represent particular breeds, disciplines or activities, either on a regional or national basis.
Club administration
There is so much to remember in running a dog club this section provides all the information you need to deal with issues like annual returns and maintenance of title, choosing judges, and making sure you don't miss any crucial deadlines.
Breeds Liaison Council – Your voice at the Kennel Club
The Breeds Liaison Council is made up of representatives for every dog breed and has 30 Group Delegates who attend each meeting.
Shows Liaison Council
The Shows Liaison Council is made up of 29 regional representatives to act as a channel of communication between breed societies, competitors and the Kennel Club
Show administration
Whether you are running a small club limited show to a general championships dog show with thousands of dogs attending, there is a huge amount of work and administration to be undertaken.
Risk assessment - Dogs in hot vehicles
It is the responsibility of the Show Organiser to address matters concerning health and safety, and fire prevention at all licensed Kennel Club shows.
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