Cedar Valley Boxer Club

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CVBC 2015 Specialty Show - Sept 1, 2016

Additional Information can be found on the Shows & Events Page!
Welcome to the Cedar Valley Boxer Club Home!

The Cedar Valley Boxer Club is an associated club with the American Boxer Club.  Our members are proud to be part of the community and take great pride in responsible dog ownership, breeding and standards of the Boxer Breed.  The CVBC is a club that has a membership that has well over 25+ years experience within the boxer breed and works hard to support the AKC and ABC.  The club members compete in such events as Obedience, Rally, Conformation, Nose working and much more.  
Cedar Valley Boxer Club is Proud to support the Mid-West Boxer Rescue!!

During the 2016 year we will be collecting funds to donate to the Mid-West Boxer Rescue which encompasses the Mo-Kan Boxer Rescue / Missouri Valley Boxer Rescue and the BSRO Rescue.

Their Rescue Efforts range from Missouri, Kansas, Iowa and Nebraska.  Their efforts are tireless and their job a trying one to be tasked with but if it weren't for their love and care and support of the breed - the boxers they take in would never find their forever homes!! 

Help the CVBC Support the MidWest Boxer Rescue!

Support by Clicking online and donating at  Mid-West Boxer Rescues or See one of Our club members at a show during 2016!
Meetings will be held at both of these show weekends. 
Meet at the boxer ring for any whom would like to attend.

Look for meeting announcements to come
2016 Trophy Donation Requests
The CVBC is now accepting Trophy donations for the 2016 CVBC Specialty Shows held Sept 1, 2016!  We thank you for taking the time to donate to our show and hope that you join us in August for a wonderful show set and exciting weekend! 
All donations are considered tax deductible and go to support the CVBC specialty shows.  The CVBC is considered a non-for-profit organization.

I think we are drawn to dogs because they are the uninhibited creatures. We might be if we weren't certain we knew better. They fight for honor at the first challenge, make love with no moral restraint, and they do not for all their marvelous instincts appear to know about death. Being such wonderfully uncomplicated beings, they need us to do their worrying. ~George Bird Evans, Troubles with Bird Dogs