Up Coming Events


August 25 – In Linden, MI. Linden Park, Pavilion #4. Take US 23 to Owen Rd west to Linden Rd. go north about 2 miles.

We will be hosting a fun match and RDO (Responsible Dog Ownership) Day. The Fun Match will be held in the mid-morning (10:00 a.m.) Our Judge will be Rich Richards, registration will begin at 9:00 a.m. and will be $5.00 per dog and RDO will be in the afternoon. There are many activities planned and those who attend may participate in them. There will be Nose Work (Scent Work) Come and see if your dog has what it takes. Barn Hunt, which is where your dog goes through straw mazes looking for pet rats in tubes. Rally (fun obedience) a course where sins are set for certain tasks to be completed. A Carting Demo to show you what and how to cart your dog. Come and ejoy a day in the park with your dog and family. Come and make some new friends.  

September 7

Our Specialty show will be held at the Shiawassee County Fairgrounds, Corunna, MI. Our Judges are Rick Orlowski, from Livonia, MI for Breed and Junior Showmanship. Debbie Davis of Ortonville, MI will be our Sweepstakes Judge. We are looking forward to a fun weekend of Dog Shows with Genesee County Kennel Club at a new time and place.

We are a local Bouvier des Flandres Club that is totally dedicated to the Bouvier des Flandres.  We enjoy all the activities that further educate, train and learn how to work with our bouviers.  We love new activities that involve our bouviers.  We do put on activities such as Agility Trials, Carting events, Herding events, Scent Work Trials, Obedience and Conformation Shows, Funmatches, and what is called RDO (Responsible Dog Ownership) Day,  just to name a few.  We promote the Bouvier des Flandres dog as a very versatile dog.
    Always striving to show how versatile the Bouvier is, and always looking for new adventures for our dogs.  It is truly amazing at just how versatile this breed is.  Some of our Bouviers are Therapy Certified Dogs.  This is why our club is dedicated to promoting the temperament, appearance, soundness and the natural abilities of the Bouvier des Flandres that is described from The American Kennel Club description of the Bouvier.