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3 International Dog Shows in Vilnius, Lithuania

3 International Dog Shows to be held in Lithuania on 16-17-18 December. The Lithuanian Kennel Club gladly invites you to the international dog shows to be held in Vilnius, in Lithuanian Exhibition and Congress Centre LITEXPO (halls 3, 4, 5)!

Dogs which receive 3 LT CAC at International dog shows may be granted LT Champion title (CH titles can be confirmed at the show place). Entry deadline – 27 November 2022.

16 December – Cruft‘s 2023 qualification!

Information for International Dog Shows participants

The exhibitors are responsible for the welfare of the dogs at FCI international dog shows. It is forbidden to expose a dog to a situation that can be dangerous for its health and welfare, such as for example leaving it in the car in excessively hot or cold weather and/or treating it in a cruel manner. Violation of this ruling will result in exclusion from the ongoing and future dog shows.

The entrant/exhibitor declares that any dog entered has been adequately vaccinated (standard vaccinations, the validation of the vaccination in accordance with the vaccine’s producer advice) of which proof can be shown.

The book about national dog breed – the Lithuanian Hound

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:

World Animal Day celebration 2022

Educational activities of the Lithuanian Kennel Club are not confined to dog breeder education. The kennel club‘s educational departments – the Education Centre - is actively involved in public education projects, event organisation and promotion of animal welfare.

The year 2022 has been declared the Year of Animal Welfare by the Parliament of Lithuania, thus, the Lithuanian Kennel Club held a number of events dedicated to marking this special year.

Baltic Champion of Champions 2022

On 7 May 2022 the Lithuanian Kennel Club hosted traditional event – Baltic Champion of Champions. The event enjoyed participation of 32 best dogs from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

The dogs were evaluated by three highly respected judges: Maite Gonzalbo Lorenzo from Spain, Carsten Birk from Denmark and Nikola Smolic from Croatia.

The title of the Baltic Champion of Champions was awarded to German Spitz Pomeranian IN TIME POMS SMOKING SENSES, owners Guoda Jurgilaitė&Alexandr Alexandrov and the Vice Champion cup went to Phalene DOLLBABIES MISHKA MAKE MY DAY, owner Ilze Fraimane.

3 International Dog Shows in Palanga, Lithuania

The International Dog Shows to be held in Palanga, the Baltic sea resort in Lithuania on 23-25 September. 

The judges‘ panel comprises experts from England, Finland, Spain, Italy, San Marino, Austria and Romania. Dogs which receive 3 LT CAC at International Dog Shows in Palanga may be granted LT Champion title (CH titles can be confirmed at the show place).  

Druskininkai dog shows: 5-6-7 August

3 International Dog Shows to be held in Druskininkai on 5-6-7 August (Mizarų str. 59, Druskininkai). 

Dogs which receive 3 LT CAC at International dog show in Druskininkai may be granted LT Champion title (CH titles can be confirmed at the show place). 

5 August the international dog show starts at 12. 00, 6-7 August the shows start at 10.00 h.

Information: https://www.kinologija.lt/dog-shows/.

 

FCI Commission for Education and Public Relations

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.

Dog Day in Lithuania

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!

International dog shows. 1-2-3 July in Molėtai

On 1-3 July 2022 the Lithuanian Kennel Club is holding 3 International Dog Shows in Moletai, Radziunu Aerodrome.

The judges’ panel comprises experts from The Netherlands, Portugal, Finland, Sweden, Serbia, Slovenia, Croatia, Poland and Slovakia.

Look forward to welcoming you in Moletai!

On 27-29 May 2022 the Lithuanian Kennel Club is holding 3 International Dog Shows in Moletai, Radziunu Aerodrome.

The judges’ panel comprises experts from Belgium, Italy, Slovenia, Romania, North Macedonia, Croatia, Poland, Latvia and Slovakia. Dogs awarded 3 LT CAC on the shows can confirm Lithuanian Champion at the show place.

The Lithuanian Kennel Club informs

The Lithuanian Kennel Club condemns Russia‘s aggression and is again the war in Ukraine.

The Lithuanian Kennel Club will not send their representatives to judge any competitions in Russia and Byelorussia and will not invite judges from these countries to their shows and competitions.

The entries of Russian and Byelorussian participants will not be accepted to the event organised by the Lithuanian Kennel Club and its member clubs.

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