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Minnesota 4-H State Dog Show

The Minnesota 4-H State Dog Show is an annual event held in the fall after the Minnesota State Fair. The State Dog Show consists of agility, obedience, showmanship and rally events.

Who can participate?

4-H youth, who have completed 4th grade at the time of the show and have earned a blue ribbon at their county show.

What will I do at the State Dog Show?

2014 Activities Schedule - posted September 9, 2014
2014 Participant Confirmation Letter with Show Details - posted September 9, 2014

How much does it cost?

2014 Program Fee is $15 plus $15 for each class entered.

Important News from the Minnesota 4-H Dog Project Development Committee:
Every county with Dog Show participants must read the Fundraiser Information Letter below.

2014 Minnesota 4-H Dog Project Development Committee Fundraiser Information Letter

Does your county have an outstanding youth and/or adult volunteer in the dog project?
If so, nominate them for a youth leader or adult leader award to be presented at the state dog show.
Submit the nomination forms below by September 1, 2014 to the address on the form.
For questions related to the State 4-H Dog Show, you should contact the volunteer coordinators, Jan Brule at or Kelsey Aszmann at .

2014 Dog Project Outstanding Adult Leader Nomination Form

2014 Dog Project Outstanding Youth Leader Nomination

State Dog Show Results

2014 Dog Show Champion Photos

2014 Dog Show Results by County - posted September 25, 2014
2014 Dog Show Results by Class - posted September 25, 2014
2014 Dog Show Results Agility Times by Class - posted September 25, 2014


Brad Rugg
4-H Program Director
1-800-444-4238 (ext. 775)

Amber Runke
4-H Program Specialist
1-800-444-4238 (ext. 223)

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