When and Where: The Calcasieu Kennel Club holds three trials in the spring and three in the fall. The dates for the spring 2018 are April 13-15 (judge Bob Jeffers) and the dates for the fall 2018 are November 23-25 (judge Christi Bowers). The trials are held at the Burton Outdoor Arena on Gulf Hwy in Lake Charles, LA. There is no fee to just come and watch. Once the entries close about three weeks before the trials, a judging program will be posted on this site.
Show & Go: For the form for participating in the April 13 and/or April 14 Show and Go, click here Show & Go November 2017. The form is also included in the Premium List. Show & Go will start 30 minutes after the completion of the trials on Friday and Saturday and will be run on a first-come-first-serve basis. You may also enter the day of the trial if the times available have not been filled. The dog does not have to be entered in the trials to participate in the Show & Go. Both the standard ring and the jumpers with weaves ring will be available. The cost is $5.00 for 3 minutes.
RV Hook-Up Form: If you are planning to use the RV hook-ups at Burton, they have a new computerized system for spring 2018. Go to ________________ or simply call Burton Complex (337-721-4090) to give them the information on the form.
How to enter: The CKC Premium List for April 13-15, 2018 will be put on this web site soon. Please check back. It includes the entry form that you will need to complete; mail it and your entry fee to Michelle Miller, Trial Secretary. You will receive a confirmation when she receives your entry and a Judging Program after entries close so that you will know at what time you compete.
Calcasieu Kennel Club does not offer agility classes, but one of the CKC club members offers agility classes if you are interested in learning how to train your dog. You may contact her through our e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Sallie Shepherd at (337) 304-5788. The fee for the classes is $75 for an eight week course meeting once a week on weekends. The dogs should, but are not required to, be familiar with some obedience commands such as stay and come since almost all of the training is done off-leash.
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