Dog Days: Seattle Kennel Club Dog Show is March 12-13th

Something for everyone at the city’s biggest dog event.

The Seattle Kennel Club’s Dog Show is a don’t-miss event! This is going to be an action packed, two-day affair dedicated completely to dogs. There are around 1,800 dogs expected to be entered in the shows during the weekend. There are also going to be many attractions for the public such as demonstration events, educational booths, Meet the Breed introductions and agility/obedience competitions. Some of the featured demonstrations include Olympic Disc Dogs, Emerald City K-9 Freestyle Dancers, R2Agility, national celebrity pig Amy and much more!

This event is beneficial for folks that own dogs or not. If you’re considering owning a dog and have questions, there are going to be dozens of breed clubs, animal-welfare and animal-rescue organizations and personnel there to answer your questions. You can also meet dogs up close and personal, to get a better idea of the differences between breeds. If you are a dog owner, there will be more than 40 vendors selling a wide assortment of canine products!

If you are looking for a better explanation on what a dog show is all about, guided show tours led by a Seattle Kennel Club member will be running each day from 9:00 am until 1pm with sign-ups at the club table near the front entrance. New for 2016 are online advance reservations for $3 per person to guarantee your spot and preferred time. Further availability will be on a first-come, first-served basis at the club table at the front doors.

Only dogs entered in the show events will be admitted.


  • Date: Saturday and Sunday/ March 12-13 
  • Time: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
  • Location: CenturyLink Field Event Center (south of the stadium)
  • Cost: Adults $14
    • Children under 4 free
    • Children 4-14 $7
    • Seniors over 62 $12

Show information will be updated on up until the day of the event.

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Seattle Kennel Club Dog Show         |        800 Occidental Ave S, Seattle     |     March 12-13, 2016