Don't have an AKC registered purebred?

No problem!


Discover the fun of competing with your dog and earning titles in AKC events.

AKC Canine Partners   Program allows ALL dogs to join in the fun, mixed breeds, and non-eligible AKC registered dogs. Participate and earn titles in all kinds of dog sports, such as AKC Rally, Obedience, and Agility.

Purebred Alternative Listing (PAL), is a program that also allows unregistered dogs of registrable breeds to compete in AKC Performance and Companion Events.



The Club generally holds an AKC sanctioned match each year in Sierra Vista, during March.  A match gives people, and their dogs, puppies and inexperienced dogs, an opportunity to practice conformation, obedience and rally.  As a community service, the AKC Canine Good Citizen test is offered and available to all dog owners. Helpful information on the testing elements can be found under our links page.  Owners may also bring out their old 'friends' for the Parade of Champions.

Our 2019 match was held in conjunction and partnership with the Cochise County All About Animals, "Celebrating Animals" event in Veteran's Park.

For more information on AKC B/OB/RALLY matches, please visit the American Kennel Club web site.

2020 Match: 25 April 2020, check back for more details later!

Sharon Olthof and her German Shepherd Dog Schultz, receive top Rally honors, winning high combined.  Award is presented by Christy Olthof.

Junior Handlers Brock and Braidee Muscato earned first and second place finishes in Beginner Novice Obedience.  Awards presented by Judge "Kit" Smith.

Competition in the Obedience Open class showcased article retrieval, scent discrimination and dumbbell retrieval.

GSVKC check-in table offered numerous public education pamphlets, show information and helpful members eager to answer questions and assist exhibitors.

Long sit-stays in Obedience.