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Report by Paula Antolini
February 12, 2016 2:24AM EDT
Sen. Boucher is an Honorary Chairperson at the American Kennel Club’s Annual ‘Meet the Breeds’ Event, Feb. 13
New York – Connecticut State Senator Toni Boucher is an Honorary Chairperson at the American Kennel Club’s annual Meet the Breeds event, to be held this Saturday, February 13th.
When: Saturday, February 13th
Where: Piers 92 and 94, New York, NY
“I am honored to join other elected officials for this cause and thank the AKC for the work it does in promoting responsible dog ownership in America.” said Sen. Boucher.
The AKC Meet the Breeds event, presented jointly by the Westminster Kennel Club and the American Kennel Club, gives attendees the opportunity to interact with over 100 different breeds, and offers a valuable educational experience on pet ownership and selecting the right breed for you. Founded in 1877, the Westminster Kennel Club is devoted to raising awareness on canine health and well-being and the rights of pet owners, and works alongside numerous charities including the Red Cross, AKC Humane Fund, AKC Companion Animal Rescue, and the Canine Health Foundation among numerous others and has funded more than $1 million in veterinary school scholarships. the American Kennel Club was founded in 1844 and maintains the largest purebreed registry in the world and oversees tens of thousands of canine competitions every year.
Sen. Boucher can be contacted at 800-842-1421 or at email@example.com.
Meet and Compete
Saturday, February 13
Agility Day: 8am – 4pm
Meet the Breeds: 10am – 5pm (MTB doors will open only at 10am)
Saturday, Feb. 13; 8pm – 10pm
Annual All Breed Dog Show
Monday, February 15; 8am – 4pm
Tuesday, February 16; 8am – 4pm
711 12th Avenue
New York, NY 10019
(55th Street & West Side Hwy)
Meet and Compete (Agility Daytime + Meet The Breeds): Piers 92 & 94