Moore County Kennel Club
serving the interests of purebred dogs since 1989!
LOW COST RABIES VACCINES
$8 on Saturday 10-3

Moore County Kennel Club wishes to thank the Veterinarians at

Pine Tree Animal Hospitalfor their stewardship of the Microchipping Programs, as well as the Moore County Animal Control for their commitment to the Rabies Vaccination Programs. We also wish to thank the Veterinary Technicians Students from the Central Carolina Community College for their work assisting the doctors.

LOW COST MICROCHIPPING FOR DOGS
$15. Saturday 10-3 and Sunday 10-3

Since 2010, The Moore County Kennel Club has donated $110,000 to dog charities. This money was earned from proceeds of dog shows. 


​Read about the multiple causes MCKC supports by clicking below:

The American Kennel Club conducted a study to tabulate how local dogs shows like MCKC will benefit a local economy. They project a town the size of Pinehurst will benefit by $400,000. 


Visitors need to eat and sleep somewhere.  Not bad for just two days, right?

EARNINGS INVESTED BACK TO COMMUNITY
  • Vaccinating your pet against rabies will protect your pet and your family in case your pet has contact with a rabid or potentially rabid animal.
  • Rabies is a fatal disease that is spread through the bite or saliva of infected animals.
  • A pet that is up-to-date with its rabies vaccinations would only need to get a booster dose of vaccine within five days of the pet's exposure to a known or suspect rabid animal.
  • Animals not up-to-date with rabies vaccinations would need to be quarantined or potentially euthanized following contact with a rabid or suspect-rabid animal.
LOCAL ECONOMY

$400,000 Estimate

  • Hundreds of Dogs go missing every year.
  • They are found and brought to shelters.
  • Those with microchips are more easily reunited with owners
  • Tags and collars are not permanent, and are often lost
COMMUNITY BENEFITS