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How to start a club???

Discussion in 'Pit Bull Shows & Events' started by Sapphire Blues, Aug 4, 2010.

  1. Hello I'm wanting to start a pit bull club. How would I go about starting that??? Any pointers would b great... It can b any reg, bully, apbt. Just want to give people more of a chance to involved with their dogs. I do as well .
  2. mstngchic2012

    mstngchic2012 Good Dog

    What kind of club are you wanting to start? I might be willing to join just to do some more activities with my dog - plus we live close to each other.
  3. DoomsDayPits

    DoomsDayPits Little Dog

    the best way is to contact the registry that u wish to i guess a decent way to say is your club would support, find out about the show requirements and funds that are needed. from there get members and you usually can have as many fun shows as you would like and certain registrations require 1-2 shows a year. hopefully that helps some, if ya have any questions you can ask though lol

    JRSPITS Big Dog

    You've already got an ADBA club in your area but there's not many AADR clubs in the midwest. Check out aadrdogs.com

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