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Genk LKV Show 2014

While last year Genk broke its own record in a very spectacular way with 2133 entries, this year they lost more than 10 %, but still, 1900 entries can hardly be called a poor show. The LKV has a good reputation. The 18 different nationalities prove this. 1023 Dogs came from Belgium, 391 from Holland, Continue Reading

Luxemburg Spring 2014

There was a slight drop down of the total number of entries, but only slightly from 5487 last year to 5330 this edition. But still this is a fantastic number for a country so small as Luxemburg. It is relatively easy to become Champion of Luxemburg, but is that really so? For certain less popular Continue Reading

Gent Show In Belgium Makes it a Double

As long as I can remember the show of Gent has always been a one day show, unique in its concept, interesting for the visitor who can see all the breeds on one day, but not that interesting for everyone. Like the stand holders, they only have one day to make enough return to pay Continue Reading

Crufts Day Four – Gundogs, Police Demonstration and Freestyle

By far, the biggest group was the Gundog Group with 28 breeds to judge and a total of 5025 dogs. Some breeds are split up in dogs and bitches as there are just too many of them. This group holds some of the most popular breeds like the Retrievers. The Golden Retrievers outnumbered all other Continue Reading

Crufts Day 3, Juniors, Agility, Freestyle, and Flyball

The day started very early with the popular Junior Handling competition wherein no less than 47 countries were competing. Judge here was Mr.Tammas Jakkel from Hungary. The main ring program started with the international Agility competition. It proved to be a very difficult and complex set up as many dogs made mistakes. Germany won the Continue Reading

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