Per the AKC, “While a dog show may look like a beauty pageant, it’s not. Dogs are not being compared to each other; they’re being measured by how closely they conform to the standard of their particular breed. Why? Because the closer a dog’s appearance is to the breed’s standard, the better that dog’s ability will be to produce puppies that meet the standard.”
The Montgomery Kennel Club produces an AKC sanctioned conformation show annually, The Dixie Jubilee Cluster, showcasing thousands of well bred, pure bred dogs, and chaired by Frank Dreyfus. Regionally and nationally, there are hundreds of other opportunities to compete, and dogs owned by members of the Montgomery Kennel Club are esteemed champions representing the very best of their breeds.
Please click on any of the link below to enjoy a photo gallery of the many champions of the Montgomery Kennel Club, both past and present!