Join the club!
Meetings are held the first Wednesday of each month.
Connect with other dog lovers who share common interests of raising, training, breeding, and competing with purebred dogs.
Our members are knowledgeable about canine nutrition, health, training, and development. Meet experienced people, learn through programs and classes, volunteering and participating in agility, obedience, tracking, herding, Coursing Ability Test, Junior showmanship, and other AKC events.
Contribute to the Community
Volunteer and help teach responsible ownership to others in the community. Have the opportunity to share information about your breed. Learn about legislation and how you can have your voice heard.
BCKC welcomes new members throughout the year. If you own a purebred dog and are interested in the sport of purebred dogs, consider joining us!
Here is the formula to become a member…
- Attend three monthly meetings;
- Find a member to sponsor you; and
- Submit a membership application.
- Volunteer to help at events – you’ll make new friends and learn more about the club!
Both the general membership and the board vote on prospective members.
Meetings are the first Wednesday of each month except July and August. Most are held at Moorestown Community House on Main Street in Moorestown,
NJ. Call Lini Federici, email@example.com, for more information. Most months, well behaved dogs are welcome. The club represents Burlington and Camden County dog interests and has events in both counties, but welcome dog owners or those interested from any location.
Burlington County Kennel Club regularly supports Dog 4H clubs and events in NJ. The “Winning Waggers 4H Dog Club” which holds its meetings in Burlington County at Allen’s Kennel in Moorestown, NJ is open to any youth aged 5 –
18. We generally work with our dogs at each meeting. The 4H club meets on the first and third Tuesday of each month. For more information contact Dottie Allen, Dottieallen@comcast.com or call 856-234-6117
Club members may apply for award plaques for their dogs if the title was earned while a member of the club. We also have a points plan where members can earn points that they can trade in for club logo items such as jackets, shirts, annual dinner costs, etc. We also publish a monthly newsletter to members.
We regularly donate to dog charities and offer scholarships.