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The Biggest Overseas Shows, plus Shows Closing June 19, 2013

Senior Editor Bo Bengtson takes a look at some of the world’s biggest dog shows in the second installment of his two-part feature on trends in show entries. While many nations enjoy a rich tradition of exhibiting purebred dogs, other countries have seen a more recent explosion of activity in the dog sport. Learn about some of the factors that have impacted the growth – and decline – of dog shows around the world.

The Fourth of July weekend may not be filled with as many dog show options as other summer holidays, but Senior Editor Christi McDonald presents several noteworthy clusters that expect to make the most of the Independence Day celebration. Maryland, Michigan and Massachusetts are just three states where all-breed shows are being planned. Get the details on these and other show locations throughout the U.S. that close on June 19.

Be sure to check out our photo galleries, where you’ll find recent winners and candid photos from shows held near and far. Just click on Show Scene below the masthead banner, or select any of the images in the left-hand column of our home page.

Dan Sayers
Editor in Chief

Among the Shows Closing June 19, 2013
By Christi McDonald

Compared to Memorial Day and Labor Day, the Fourth of July inspires many fewer choices where exhibitors can spend the holiday at a dog show. However, some great shows and clusters are scheduled for that week.

The Independence Cluster, four shows at the Howard County Fairgrounds in West Friendship, Md., Thursday, July 4, though Sunday, July 7, has made an announcement that will no doubt bring many sighs of relief. more

The Biggest Shows in America… and Anywhere, Part 2
By Bo Bengtson

Last week I presented some figures that clearly demonstrate, as everybody seems to know these days, that even our biggest AKC dog shows are fairly small compared to most major events overseas. Few all-breed shows in the U.S. have as many as 3,000 dogs, yet Great Britain, Scandinavia and several countries on the European continent regularly present dog shows that are two or three times as big, on occasion even larger. more



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