Mega Dog Show Panchkula Concludes With Diverse Breeds, Drawing Enthusiasts From Across Tricity
The Dog Show garnered an overwhelming response from canine enthusiasts across Tricity.
The grand finale of North India's largest 3rd and 4th Championship Dog Show unfolded at the showground in Sector 3, Panchkula. Organized by the Royal Kennel Club, Panchkula, under the auspices of the Pet Animal Health Society, Sector 3, and the Animal Husbandry Government of Haryana, the Mega Dog Show witnessed its culmination amid fervor and enthusiasm.
Ms. Caroline Rowett, the British Deputy High Commissioner, graced the event as the special guest during the prize distribution ceremony. Commending the efforts of the Kennel Club, she expressed her pleasure at being part of the show in Panchkula. Reflecting on the bond between humans and their furry companions, she highlighted the significance of events like these, fostering awareness about various dog breeds for harmonious coexistence in society.
The Dog Show garnered an overwhelming response from canine enthusiasts across Tricity. The Rottweiler and Labrador categories drew extensive participation from various corners of the country. The second day showcased more than 50 breeds of dogs, captivating the audience. Sikander Singh, the general secretary of the Royal Kennel Club, expressed confidence that the show would continue to attract more visitors and animal lovers in subsequent editions.
Dr. Ranjit Singh, Deputy Director of Animal Husbandry, Panchkula, declared the edition a resounding success. The substantial footfall from pet lovers in distant areas marked a notable achievement. The show not only celebrated various dog breeds but also focused on creating awareness and providing training for these magnificent creatures.
Vice President Mr. Sarvpreet Chadha emphasized the distinctiveness of this Dog Show compared to previous editions. As a championship show, it showcased a heightened awareness and concern for pets. For many, these furry friends are integral members of the family, and such events serve as ideal platforms to showcase diverse breeds while preserving their pure lineage.
Expressing gratitude to the Haryana Animal Husbandry for their support, Mr. Chadha announced a signed MOU, ensuring the continuation of Dog shows for the next five years with their backing.
The concluding day featured an array of dog breeds, including Pomeranian, Pug, Maltese, Chihuahua, French Bulldog, Lhasa, Toy Poodle, Apso, Pekingese, Mastiff, Rottweiler, Gaddi, Saint Bernard, Dogo Argentino, Labrador, German Shepherd, Siberian Husky, Chow, Akita Inu, British Bulldog, Shih Tzu, and Standard Poodle. IAS Ankur Gupta and Dr. Birender Singh Laura from Haryana's Animal Husbandry Department were present during the prize distribution, adding official recognition to the success of the mega Dog Show.