The Lithuanian Kennel Club (FCI) gladly welcomes you to the international dog shows to be held on 04, 05 and 06 March 2022 at the Lithuanian Exhibition and Congress Centre LITEXPO, Laisves av. 5, Vilnius.
The judges‘ panel includes experts from Finland, Luxenbourg, Estonia, Poland, etc.
Dogs which receive 3 CAC at International dog shows in Vilnius may be granted LT CH (titles can be confirmed at show place).
Following COVID-19 related restrictions imposed by the Government of the Republic of Lithuania the show organising committee informs you that only participants having national or EU COVID certificates will be admitted to the show place.
No testing is required for children and teenagers under 16.
A preliminary dog show schedule for 2021 has been arranged.
The Lithuanian Kennel Club is planning to have international dog shows in Moletai on 2-4 July, in Druskininkai on 6-8 August, in Palanga on 24-26 September and in Vilnius on 17-19 December.
National and speciality shows will mainly be held outside during the warm season.
We hope the quarantine will end soon and restrictions on big events will be relaxed.
We sincerely apologized all dog lovers for cancelled dog shows in 2020 - 2021.
We hope for your understanding and wish you the most important – stay safe and healthy!
Show judges and all relevant information about the shows will be announced in the nearest future.
Show Schedule is subject to changes with reference to the pandemic situation in our country.
The dogs that were entered for International dog shows in December 2020 can transfer their entries to the International dog shows to be held in 2021. Dogs and classes can be changed.
Let‘s start planning our time and meet at the dog shows!
Photo by Entuziastas media
A new book entitled „The Lithuanian Hound“ was published in 2021 by Vilnius University Press.
The authors of the publication are Mantas Milinavičius, Marius Smetona and Anželika Smetonienė – Lithuanian Hounds breeders and lovers.
The Lithuanian Hound is not yet recognised by the FCI but breed lovers and breeders make a huge effort for this to happen.
„It is one more step forward towards recognision, which is extremely important for preserving and promoting our national dog breed, – says Ramune Kazlauskaite, the President of the Lithuanian Kennel Club.
Some extracts from the book:
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!
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.