Public Organization "Union of Cynological Organizations of Russia" (SCOR), is a member of the International Union "International Kennel Union" (IKU) and the "Union of Pet Enterprises" SPZ. Registered by the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation and unites more than 1,500 cynological organizations in Moscow and most regions of Russia.
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The dog show is an entertaining and zootechnical competition. The event, which presents various breeds of dogs, is interesting from a zootechnical point of view. The purpose of the exhibition is, if possible, to gather representatives of the pedigree world.
Thanks to such a competition, you can get an idea of \ u200b \ u200bthe population of a pedigree class of dogs in a particular territory. The exhibition shows the level of breeding in dog clubs, the focus of kennels. Competitive demonstration helps not only to identify the best pedigree representatives, the exhibition is a wonderful platform for communication between dog breeders.
A dog show is a dog show where you can learn about breeding breeders. But not only information about promising offspring is shared at the competition by canine specialists who have come from all over the world, here they communicate, advise, and profitable and interesting contacts and acquaintances are immediately established. At the "dog" holiday, you can find a platform for cooperation and acquire friendly relations.
The atmosphere of dog shows is a state of celebration in the soul, breeding examinations are not only a spectacular event, but also an educational one. For every dog breeder, participation in the exhibition is an opportunity to present his beloved pet to the world, to evaluate his talents. The result of the show is the recognition of the breeder's abilities, his ability to raise a champion.
During the exhibitions, there is an opportunity to purchase useful literature , find interesting materials, information about the breed you like. The dog competition allows you not only to get acquainted with the variety of breeds, but to visually consider the features of a particular species, to see a dog or puppy visually. There is also an opportunity to consult with experts in the canine world on all issues of interest.
If you are planning to buy a dog, then an exhibition is a place where you can learn any information about a new friend.
Competitive atmosphere, exhibition rings contribute to the introduction to the animal world. From the zootechnical side, the exhibitions are intended for breeding work with the breed. The event, where almost all types of dog breeds are presented, helps to see the results of the club's pedigree, to evaluate his work.
For a dog owner, participation in an exhibition is an opportunity to get a title for his pet, because puppies from a titled dog are much more expensive. And if you have acquired a purebred puppy with an excellent pedigree, then it is very important to show him at the exhibition, so that everyone can see what has grown out of your pet, what advantages he received from his parents, to what extent the dog justified the calculations of the breeder.
It is very important for everyone to maintain the prestige of the breed, and if your pet has all the qualities of a high-breed animal, it must be presented at exhibitions in a competition.
The calculation of the competitive show is simple: the more good representatives of your breed will be presented at the show, the more people will be interested in a particular breed. And if the representative of the breed showed excellent results on the show, then there will be more good reviews about the breed. There will certainly be those willing to buy a Weimaraner.
Even if the best representative of the breed sits at home, does not take part in exhibitions, then it becomes problematic to show him to specialists, spectators. After all, he must receive the education of a Weimaraner, behave like him. And there is no certainty that people who deal with pedigree dogs will see him.
In fact, this situation is deplorable for a breeder. It is a pity when, for example, puppies with excellent conformational inclinations, obtained from the planned mating, do not disperse quickly. Such puppies do not make any contribution to the popularization of the breed. So you will not earn prestige not only for your dog, but also for the breed and the kennel, the club where the puppy was purchased.
Ignoring exhibitions is detrimental not only to the breed, but also to the owner of the dog.