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The 2017 CSKC shows were dedicated to the Memory of
Beverly Kriskowski
Chief Ring Steward, Officer, & Beloved Member
of the Colorado Springs Kennel Club

Bev Memorial Plaque FrontBev Memorial Plaque Back
Photo is engraved on black granite
Bev Memorial Plaque FrontBev Memorial Plaque Back
Photo is engraved on baltic birch wood

Created by Laser Etching Art

Club Objectives

The purpose of the Colorado Springs Kennel Club is:

  • To provide information and to protect and advance the interests of purebred dogs
  • To conduct shows and Obedience and Rally trials, and other sanctioned AKC events
Any person 18 years of age or older is eligible for membership providing they are in good standing with the American Kennel Club, and subscribes to the Code of Ethics of The Colorado Springs Kennel Club.

Latest News

AKC Rally & Obedience Championship Date & Location Change

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Announces Puppy of Achievement Certificate Pilot Program

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Warning Signs of Dehydration in Dogs

Symptoms of Dehydration in Dogs
Here are some of the common symptoms to get you started:

  • Loss of appetite
  • Reduced energy levels and/or lethargy
  • Panting
  • Sunken, dry-looking eyes
  • Dry nose and gums
  • Loss of skin elasticity

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What is it and how to treat it quickly and effectively

By Shawna Stone, CVT

Hotdogs are great. Hot dogs, not so much.  Heat stroke is scary and can be life threatening if not recognized quickly and treated immediately.  Mild cases are possible to treat at home, but know your dog and the signs of heat stroke so that you are aware of when to take your dog to the veterinarian.  If it is anything but the basic, beginning of heat stroke that you catch immediately, veterinary intervention should be considered.  It is not worth saving a few dollars when your dog's life is involved.

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AKC Code of Sportsmanship

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