Eligibility is stated in the Boxer Club of Arizona's Constitution and By-Laws, Article II, Section 1. It is also provided below:
Section 1. - Eligibility: To be eligible, an applicant must own at least one registered Boxer and be in good standing with the American Kennel Club and be willing to subscribe to the Objectives of this Club. While membership is to be unrestricted as to residence, the Club's primary purpose is to be representative of the breeders and exhibitors of its immediate area.
Section 2 - Classes of Membership: Regular, Associate, Junior and Life.
Regular- Regular members shall be entitled to serve on all Committees, attend all functions of the Club, vote and hold elective office.
Household- Shall consist of 2 adult members residing in the same household, each eligible to vote and hold office, and their children eligible for Junior membership. Both spouses need to attend 2 meetings prior to their application being accepted.
Associate - Associate members shall consist of those members living outside of the Club's area; also offered to individuals who live in the Club's area, but are not active. They are entitled to all privileges of the Club except voting and holding office. Dues
are assessed at a lower rate than regular members. Such members are not computed in determining a quorum.
Junior- Junior members shall consist of children between the ages of 12 and 18 years, whose parents are members. The Junior member shall be entitled to attend all functions of the Club, to win awards for his own accomplishments, and to be listed on
the membership rolls. They shall not be entitled to vote or hold elective office. Junior members may automatically convert to regular membership upon reaching their 18th birthday.
Life- Life members shall have this status after 15 consecutive years of membership. Life members are entitled to all privileges of the Club including voting and holding elective office and are exempt from payment of dues.