Register your dog now for the Bundessieger & Herbstsieger-Show. A weekend of two International Shows where you can achieve International (CACIB) and National (CAC) titles with your dog. If you enter twice, you have twice the chance of winning titles & qualifications and receive a discount on the entry fee.
Breed-specific bans in Germany and Norway: FCI and WCF sign an agreement to jointly improve animal health and welfare on June 19, 2022, the federation cynological Internationale FCI and the world cat federation WCF concluded an inter-federal agreement to jointly represent the well-understood interests of dog and cat breeders in the international arena and in the parliament of the European Union.
After a hectic few days at the IFEMA show centre on the outskirts of Madrid, Spanish judge Rafael Malo Alcrudo awarded BIS to the wire fox Terrier Funfair Foxhouse, bred and owned by Davide Valli from Italy and seen here with the very smart BIS judge, Rafael Malo Alcrudo from Spain.
GERMAN KENNEL CLUB (The VDH) ISSUES NEW STATEMENT ON PUNITIVE WELFARE LAWS The new show ban hits the wrong people and misses the target says the VDH Towards the end of the legislative period of the previous federal government, the then Federal Minister of Agriculture Julia Klöckner introduced an amended version of the Animal Welfare Dog Ordinance (TierSchHuV).
Best in Show at the European Dog Show in Paris on April 24th was the popular Greyhound, International and Multi Ch Ina's Fashion Desirable seen here with breeder, co-owner and handler from Germany Ina Koulermou. Co-owners are Olaf Knauber & Jimmy Cabailo.
The FCI and its General Committee officially condemn the invasion of Ukraine by the armed forces of the Russian Federation. This conflict and aggression cannot leave anybody indifferent and we all feel concerned, sad, and angry.
As the President of the FCI, I express my deepest sorrow on the recent war situation in Ukraine. My hearts and prayers go out to all those affected by the situation in any form. Like everyone else, I truly hope these saddening times will come to an end soon.
These countries and political units are considered high risk for importing dog rabies into the United States. Beginning July 14, 2021, there is a temporary suspension which prohibits the entry of dogs into the United States arriving from the countries listed below.