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The club holds monthly meetings on the 3rd Monday at Goodwood Library, 7711 Goodwood Boulevard, Baton Rouge. Meetings start promptly at 7 pm in room 102 and often include a guest speaker.

Jambalaya Dog Show Cluster is Back!
This cluster includes 6 all-breed shows in five days June 2-6, 2021. Host clubs are Baton Rouge KC, Northlake KC, and Riverside West KC. Learn more here.

Handling Class
Conformation handling classes are held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays at 7 pm. Location is the back parking lot of Bass Pro, 175 Bass Pro Blvd, Denham Springs, LA.

Annual Membership Awards
Members in good standing will receive awards from for titles accrued during the year. To be eligible for awards (and also vote), members MUST attend 2 of the 4 previous meetings in a quarter. Our membership year runs from October to October. Download this form BRKCAwards.pdf and submit by October 15th.

Community Outreach
LSU School of Veterinary Medicine’s Open House
CAAWS’ Mystic Krewe of Mutts
Baton Rouge Police K-9 Corps
Yelp’s October Bark Fest

Christmas Party
Food, fun, games, and crazy fun gifts!

We believe in socialization! There is great camaraderie amongst our members be it post-meeting dinners, Westminster parties, Painting with a Twist events, dog walking around the University lakes, or supporting worthy causes.

Did you know that the Baton Rouge Police K9 Unit is one of the oldest in the US, having first started working with dogs in 1961?

BRKC supports the Baton Rouge Police K-9 Unit through direct donations and attendance at regional trials.


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Members and their dogs interact with some 8,000 visitors at the annual LSU School of Veterinary Medicine Open House. 

Purebred dogs make terrific ambassadors. The annual Krewe of Mutts Mardi Gras event provides club members the opportunity to show off well-bred/well-mannered dogs to the public and answer questions about ownership, breeds, and care. This parade is the 2nd largest in the nation (after Barkus in New Orleans) with some 14,000 people attending. All proceeds benefit Capitol Area Animal Welfare.

BRKC works hard to have a presence at many dog-oriented events in the Greater Baton Rouge area like BREC’s October Bark.

Members participate in a wide range of activities such as barn hunt, dock diving, lure coursing, agility, obedience, rally, therapy, and field trials. Some have even been extras in theatre and on television!