As quarantine conditions are being relaxed, it is time to get back on the dog show stage!
Let‘s meet for our hobby again at the Lithuanian seaside!
Info about the forthcoming International dog shows in Palanga this September is available on https://kinologija.lt/dog-shows/
3 International Dog Shows to be held in Druskininkai on 7-8-9 August.
The entry has started!
The entries for 30-31 May International Dog Shows in Moletai that were cancelled due to quarantine can be transferred to Druskininkai shows.
Show visitors are kindly invited to see a variety of dog breeds and socialise with breeders.
On Friday, Saturday and Sunday visitors are welcome from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Best In Show competition starts at 3 p.m.
Only vaccinated and identified dogs are admitted to the show area.
Photo by Rolandas Basakirskas
For the 5th time already on 24 April Dog Day is celebrated in Lithuania.
The initiative was launched by the Lithuanian Kennel Club.
The topic for this year says “Travelling together”.
Though extraordinary situation all around the world has changed our travelling plans, nothing can change our love for dogs.
Let‘s celebrate together with our beloved pets!
The Lithuanian Kennel Club congratulates all dog lovers in Finland who also celebrate the Dog Day today!
We are sorry to announce that due to the threat of Covid-19 the Lithuanian Kennel Club has to cancel international and speciality club shows that were to be held in Radziunai, Moletu district on 29 – 31 May 2020.
Following the decision of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania regarding COVID–19 pandemics from 13 March the Lithuanian Kennel Club cancels all planned canine events.
These measures apply till 13 April and the term may be prolonged in case of necessity.
We kindly remind you that the office of the Lithuanian Kennel Club is closed from March 13.
In case of necessity please contact us by e-mail email@example.com; telephone +370 615 99 873 (10.00 - 16.00 h).
On 30 July 2019 in Vilnius the Lithuanian Kennel Club held an international conference entitled “Pedigree Dogs: Breeding, Reputation, Welfare and Challenges”.
The following day after the conference, preliminary meeting of the newly established FCI Commission for Education and Public Relations took place.
During the meeting the presentation, aims and objections of the commission were discussed and the election of the Board of the commission took place.
The President of the Lithuanian Kennel Club Mrs. Ramune Kazlauskaite was elected the President of the FCI Commission for Education and Public Relations.
Proposal to establish the FCI Commission for Education and Public Relations was brought forward during the FCI Assembly on 28-29 April 2019 in Shanghai.
The assembly was attended by delegates of 76 FCI member countries. Lithuania was represented by the President of the Lithuanian Kennel Club Ramune Kazlauskaite.