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Kennelwood Training class Halloween Party 2017- all dogs in costume!

Kennelwood trainer Sue Schulze with (l to r) Bert, Penny, and Daisy

Group of our canine trick or treaters!

Tux and Dot

Kim, owner and instructor of "Fitness with Fido", was married Sept. 9th at the Dog Museum.  Her Standard Poodles escorted her down
the aisle. Congratulations
Kim and Owen !!

Owen & Kim Gray
Princess Leah & Oscar

Sunday, November 19
1:30pm to 4:00pm
Presented by
Theresa Boxdorfer

German Shorthaired Pointer

Lecture, Sunday,
November 19, 2017
1:30pm to 2:30pm
Animal behavior consultant Bob Laut of K9 Pack Leaders mission is to reduce the overwhelming number of dogs euthanized, due to owners lack of knowledge of their dog's psychology.  He specializes in rescue companions and works with many different animal rescue organizations across the mid-west.  Regular admission applies.  RSVP required by calling 314-821-3647.

Bob Laut, Animal Behavior Expert

Bob Laut, K9 Pack Leader
Rehabilitation & Training

FITNESS WITH FIDO is "where you'll always have a workout partner"
Classes will be held for six Thursdays in a row, starting January 11 ending with February 15, right here at the AKC Museum of the Dog starting at 11am.

Kim is the owner and the instructor.  For more information please call:  314-669-5595 or email:

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Dog Clubs are welcomed.
This lovely wedding photo was taken here in Queeny Park.  Wedding ceremony was outside and reception took place at the Museum.
For more information and date availability call Jan, 314-821-3647 or email.

Fun Matches can be held at the Dog Museum.  Conformation ring set up is available. 

Conformation ring was gifted to the museum by Ken & Susan Thornberry, Metro St. Louis Pug Rescue.

Wedding Reception!

Outside Wedding Ceremony!

Wedding Reception!

The Constellation Room comfortably holds 190 guests allowing space for a dance

Beautiful Charing Cross Courtyard, ideal for cocktails!

2017 Guest Dog of the Week!
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To all active and retired U.S. Military, as well as Police, Firefighters, and all First Responders: Thank you for your service to our country and community!

See the Museum on Google+
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Upcoming in 2018:
Fr-enemies!   Our first-ever Dog and Cat exhibit.
Opens April 12th, 2018

Playtime by Cindy Alvarado

In the Main Hall Gallery

Open through February, 2018

Arthur Wardle
The Intruder  c. 1890
Oil on canvas
Gift of Ronald & Kathleen Menaker

Our St. Louis County Police K-9 Unit exhibit has been updated with photos of new officers and K-9s.

Officers Andrew Hammel and Ivan

Come see our
Reuben Ward Binks wall!
This exhibit honors the collaboration between the artist and Mrs. Geraldine Rockefeller Dodge.

Reuben Ward Binks (1880-1950)
Our Cocker Friends
c. 1935
Breed:  English Cocker Spaniel
Etching and aquatint
Gift of Jay and Mary Remer

This life-size painting remains on exhibit in the SJS Special Exhibit Gallery:

Maud Earl
Portrait of a Lady with Two Dogs
Oil on canvas
Gift of Mrs. Marjorie Raike
Dogs in Porcelain Sculpture exhibit
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additional information

Royal Doulton porcelain
Designer Frederick Daws
Ch. Ashstead Applause
Gift of the Glen Twiford estate

On exhibit in the Cam Lyman Gallery:

Henry Bernard Chalon
Hannibal and Princess
c. 1806
Oil on board
Gift of the Nancy-Caroll Draper estate

Henry Bernard Chalon (1770-1849) studied at the Royal Academy Schools and then started specializing in sporting and animal painting. He was appointed Animal Painter to Frederica Charlotte of Prussia, the Duchess of York and Albany, in 1795, and later to both the Prince Regent and King William IV.  The adult dogs in this painting, Hannibal and Princess, were brought to England from Hesse-Cassel, Germany to be presented to Duchess Frederica afterwhich this painting was finished.  These type of Great Danes were called Wild Boar Hounds or Tiger Dogs at the time.  The painting was reproduced in The Sporting Magazine in 1807 and from thence in Edward C. Ash's Dogs: Their History and Development, Volume 1. 

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