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          October 11, 2019               

Dr. John Little               regular classes
                                                              Mr. Chawnecy Vaughn           sweepstakes
                                                               October 12, 2019  


  Mr. Karl Dingman               regular classes

BCA, Division VIII 

October 13, 2019   


Mrs. Joyce Dingman            regular classes
Tri Star Kennel Club 
                             October 12, 2019   

        Ms. Barbara Alderman
                                                                     October 13, 2019

Ms. Anne Bolus      


Foy Trent Dog Shows Superintendent       entries close 9-25-19
Host hotel - Ramada Inn     615-444-7400  (mention Music City Bulldog Club)   cut off date 9-15-19
also, LaQuinta      615-470-1001  

(mention DOG SHOW)

        Econo Lodge               615-443-0027  (code:  DOG SHOW 2019)

945 East Baddour Parkway, Lebanon, TN 37087

These shows will be held indoors

Judy Russell - Show Chairman

Plan to attend 5 shows in 3 days
Tri Star Kennel Club of Williamson County
All breed shows

Salt n Pepper shaker $25 

Bottle stoppers $15

Wall mount bottle opener $13

​Plus shipping on all items for sale.


For more information, contact Judy Russell at 615-767-0464 or 615-399-9395 (home) or email

PREAMBLE This Code of Ethics is established to set a standard of acceptable behavior for Bulldog Club of America members. The code is designed to protect the integrity of the Club and to protect and enhance our Breed. The objectives of the club as stated by the founders are: 

● To maintain a standard of excellence for the guidance of breeders, owners and judges. To improve the Breed through encouragement of effort directed toward the approach to, or attainment of the degree of excellence set forth in the Standard of the Bulldog Breed.
● To stimulate interest in competitive public showing of the Bulldog. 
● To further the interest of the Breed.
● To work for the general good of breeders, owners and exhibitors of Bulldogs. It is in this spirit that the Bulldog Club of America expects adherence to the code of ethics. CODE OF ETHICS Members of the BCA have an obligation to protect the welfare and the best interests of their breed by conducting themselves in a manner designed to reflect credit to themselves, their breed and the BCA. 

● Members who exhibit are expected to observe the highest standards of sportsmanship; conduct themselves in such a manner as to reflect positively on the sport of showing dogs; and exhibit goodwill at all shows and obedience trials.

● Members who contemplate breeding a litter, or who allow the use of their stud dog for the same purpose shall direct their efforts toward producing dogs of quality, of even temperament, vigorous and free of health problems. They shall be familiar with the bulldog breed and its BCA/AKC approved standard and breed only those specimens which conform to it.
● Members shall not engage in false or misleading advertising or misrepresentation of their breed, nor shall they malign their competition by making false or misleading statements regarding their competitors dogs, breeding practice or person. 
● Blatant disregard for the standards set out in this code shall be considered unacceptable behavior and not supported by the Bulldog Club of America.

MCBC Mission Statement
The Music City Bulldog Club, a member of the Bulldog Club of America, promotes the welfare of the Bulldog breed and strives to educate the public and the bulldog fancy.


The Music City Bulldog Club (MCBC) was formed in 1978 by eleven area bulldog enthusiasts whose goal was to gain more knowledge of the breed. At the time the MCBC was established bulldogs did not enjoy the immense popularity they do today.

n June 1989 AKC granted us our B status followed in August 1991 with our A 
status. With much hard work in October 1992, we were approved to hold licensed events. In 1993, the MCBC held its first annual specialty show. Doug Wilson was our judge.

In 1997, with the assistance of the Smoky Mountain Bulldog Club, our club hosted the Bulldog Club of America National Specialty Show in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. The specialty dubbed “Bulldog Heaven in ‘97” had one of the largest entries to date in conformation classes. Obedience trials and a costume competition were also part of the week of shows.

The MCBC works with local veterinarians and the Nashville Humane Association in finding new homes for bulldogs whose owners must relinquish them.

Our club is a member of the Bulldog Club of America, Division VIII. The MCBC strives to build on the objectives set forth by the BCA by promoting the welfare of the Bulldog breed and striving to educate the public and the bulldog fancy.Type your paragraph here.

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