Most of the time, it is a hobby that attracts many people who think it be great to be out there, but getting there takes time and money. If you’ll have to leave the dog on his own during the show, remember that they are social creatures, which is why it can be stressful, although with time you can ensure it’s comfy for him. A good show means seeing man and dog in harmony, but never mind a victory as it does not come cheap: tens of thousands leading up to the competition and more than $100,000 for dogs with backers in order to get recognized by the judges.
You can even hire a girl to have fun with, as these days it is easy to find such a service in Europe. If you are a single man who wants to attend a show, in order to know the place better you should hire an escort who can be an excellent companion to you. If you haven’t visited a dog show before, an escort can offer more than only sexual services: company during the event.
Unlike with racing horses, there isn’t a guarantee that winning will bring riches as it’s very unpredictable to breed, but if everything goes right, you can’t lose a lot.
The number of breeds continues to grow, with the inclusion of new breeds such as the White Swiss Shepherd Dog and Black and Tan Coonhound which will compete in the Breed classes for the first time. Crufts will welcome 27,000 dogs, taking part in a variety of displays, during the most famous show at the NEC, from 7th – 10th March, with a record attendance of visitors in the annual celebration. This year there is an increase in entries for Pharaoh Hound, although there are only two Laekenois Belgian Shepherd Dogs, highlighting the fact that the show is mostly a celebration of well-known breeds.
2. AMERICAN RESCUE DOG SHOW
This competition includes pure breed dogs in a variety of categories, with the goal of ending homelessness, during an annual event in February, distinguished from other championship shows by showcasing shelter dogs and categories such as Best Wiggle Butt or Best Sofa Sleeper, and all of the animals in “American Rescue Dog Show” get adopted.
3. Royal Melbourne Show All Breeds Championship Show
The dog competition was held in 1874, and the 1928 show was the first time that the dog section was conducted under the Canine Control Council, attracting 801 exhibits, which was a record. The members are appointed by the board, and tasked with the successful delivery of the show: Gael Wilcock, Heather Tilley, Robert Bell and Clive Makepeace.
4. Westminster Kennel Club dog show The Westminster Dog Show returned for the 143rd time. Two new dog breeds made their debut for the first time, in the running for best in show, and one originated in the Netherlands, while the grand basset griffon Vendéen will be competing in the hound group. The two dog breeds competed for the first time.