🐶 Northern Cyprus Gears Up for Third Dog Show 🐶
Get ready for the first Kyrenia national dog show in Northern Cyprus, organized by the Cyprus Kennel Club in collaboration with the Karaoglanoglu Hunting and Shooting Union. This exciting event allows dog owners to register their furry friends with the Cyprus Kennel Club, giving them the chance to participate in national and international competitions. Don’t miss out on this unique South-North collaboration and the opportunity to showcase your beloved pets. 🏆🐾
For more information and to register your dog, contact Hasan Behçet at 0533 864 6310. 📞
What is the upcoming dog show event in Northern Cyprus?
The upcoming dog show in Northern Cyprus is the first Kyrenia national dog show, organized by the South Nicosia-based Cyprus Kennel Club in collaboration with the Karaoglanoglu Hunting and Shooting Union. This event, marking the first South-North collaboration of its kind, allows dog owners to register their dogs with the Cyprus Kennel Club. The event will feature various age-grouped classes, and prizes will be sponsored by Royal Canin.
Dog shows are gaining increasing popularity in Northern Cyprus, and the enthusiasm shows no sign of waning as a third show is lined up. Coming after the weekend’s KAR (Kyrenia Animal Rescue) event “Paws in The Park” and the previous KAR-Lapta Tourism Festival, this dog show promises to bring something new to the table.
A Novel Event Organized by the Cyprus Kennel Club
The first Kyrenia national dog show organized by the South Nicosia-based Cyprus Kennel Club is slated to be held next month. This is the first South-North collaboration of its kind on the island, marking a significant milestone in the dog show circuit. The initiative came from club official Hasan Behçet, who frequently took his dog to races in the South.
Registering the Furry Participants
Dog owners are given the opportunity to register their animals with the Cyprus Kennel Club, an official member of the Federation Cynologique Internationale (FCI). This membership allows them to participate in both national and international competitions, opening doors for dogs and their owners to gain recognition beyond the island’s borders.
To participate, dogs must be registered with the Cyprus Kennel Club. The registration process is online and comes with a fee of €15. Registration should be completed at least five days in advance of the competition.
Judging and Prizes
The judging panel for the event consists of FCI judge Andreas Savva, Chris Zeniou, and Chris Watson. Prizes for the competition are provided by the main sponsor, Royal Canin, a renowned brand in the dog food industry.
Organizing the Event
The dog show is being organized by the Karaoglanoglu Hunting and Shooting Union, in collaboration with the Cyprus Kennel Club. In addition to the main competition, the event will feature different age-grouped classes. Classes will be available for various age groups of dogs, offering a diverse and inclusive competition.
KAR’s “Paws in The Park” Event
Meanwhile, KAR’s event “Paws in The Park” takes place on Saturday, April 26 in Girnes Bariş Park, from 10:00 am. The event features 10 classes, costing 5TL per dog per class, with registration from 9:30 am. KAR has appealed for donations of baked goodies, such as pies, sausage rolls, pasties, and cakes, for the show.
All proceeds from the sale of these goodies will go toward taking care of the many cats and dogs under KAR’s care. Anyone who wishes to contribute their culinary skills or who wants more information about the show can call 0533 869 4098.
This is an exciting time for dog owners and dog lovers in Northern Cyprus. To get involved or register a dog for the upcoming Kyrenia national dog show, call Hasan Behçet on: 0533 864 6310.
The upcoming dog show event in Northern Cyprus highlights the importance of collaboration and unity among different organizations. The South-North collaboration between the Cyprus Kennel Club and the Karaoglanoglu Hunting and Shooting Union is a significant milestone in the dog show circuit on the island. This demonstrates that by working together, organizations can create unique and successful events that benefit both participants and the community.
Another lesson learned is the importance of registration and recognition in the dog show industry. Dogs must be registered with the Cyprus Kennel Club in order to participate in national and international competitions. This membership not only provides opportunities for dogs and their owners to compete, but also opens doors for recognition beyond the borders of the island. It emphasizes the significance of following proper procedures and regulations to ensure fairness and credibility in the competition.