Welcome to the Missouri Canine Athletic Club!

If you're interested in becoming a member or just finding out what this is all about then please feel free to stop by one of our Barn Hunt practices!
Practices are $25 per dog and intended for those interested in joining the club. They are normally held on the 3rd Saturday of every month at Canine Country Kennel. First practice session is from 11-12 pm, second practice session is from 12 - 1 pm and the third practice session is from 1-2 pm.

Please be sure to check the Facebook page and the Calendar page to confirm date/time for practice. 

 Use the SignUp Genius links located in the Events on our Facebook page or in the Newsletter to sign up.

Once you've decided to become a member there are a few requirements before you can be fully instated:

Attend 2 monthly meeting/practices

Volunteer or enter 1 club trial (Fun or Official)

Fill out the Membership and Liability forms

(if you download the forms to your PC you can fill them out before printing)


This allows you to get to know the club and our members a chance to get to know you before we vote on your membership.


When you're approved for membership you can choose from one of the following membership options (practices included are Barn Hunt, Earthdog, and Scentwork):

Regular Membership - $100


1 year of practices for 1 dog
Practices for additional dogs $15 each 

Member Volunteer Benefits*
Voting privileges

Family Membership (Multiple Dogs) - $150


1 year of practices for all dogs in household

Member Volunteer Benefits *
Voting privileges (1 vote per adult, up to 2)

Family Associate Membership - $75

Practices - $15 per dog


Member Volunteer Benefits *

Associate Membership - $50

Practices - $15 per dog


Member Volunteer Benefits *

*Member Volunteer Benefits (subject to change): 
Free Lunch at all events
Ability to apply for free volunteer entries in barn hunt trials the club hosts on behalf of specialties/other clubs

Free entries are subject to availability, require agreement to work all day at the event, and allow only one dog entered per handler.