We are happy to invite you to the European Specialty dog show for maltese and bolognese which takes place on Friday, 24.10.2014. The national dog show is held on Saturday, 25.10., and the European dog show will be on Sunday 26.10. for maltese and bolognese.
Judge: Vladimír Javorčík, Slovakia
Awarded: CAJC, CAC, BOB, Special Show Winner
Date: Friday, October 24, 2014
Exhibitors will be allowed admission from 3 to 4 pm (15:00 – 16:00).
Judging will commence at 4 pm (16:00).
Address: Brno – Tuřany, Hanácká 448/38, CZ
Contact person: Mrs. Soňa Mlezivová, Mokré řádky 975, 696 02 Ratíškovice, CZ, E-Mail, phone +420 724 124 813
Paymentsfor foreign exhibitors
|15. 6. 2014||30. 7. 2014||15. 9. 2014|
|1st Dog||35 EUR||40 EUR||50 EUR|
|2nd and Other Dog||30 EUR||35 EUR||45 EUR|
|Minor Puppy, Puppy,|
|10 EUR||15 EUR||20 EUR|
|Competition - Best Brace,|
Best Progeny Group,
Best Breeders Group,
Child and the Dog
|5 EUR||10 EUR||15 EUR|
|class Out of competition||5 EUR||5 EUR||10 EUR|
ONLINE ENTRY FORM
Championships granted in the Czech republic
In the Czech Republic, dogs and bitches can win the following championships:
Czech Champion, Czech Junior Champion, CMKU Exhibition Champion (Czech kennel club champion), Czech Veteran Champion, Czech Grand Champion.
Within the European Show a championships may be awarded upon waiting, if:
a) the given individual meets the generally applicable conditions (see here, including utilization by reciprocal agreements concluded with various countries).
b) provided that the dog wins at least two candidacies from 23 October to 26 October 2014, and if one of these candidacies comes from the European Show.
To be awarded the Czech Champion title, the breeds subject to tests pursuant to FCI will be required to successfully pass a performance test documented by an international certificate.
Veterinary conditions: All dogs that want to participate in the dog show must be clinically healthy. Dogs must be immune against rabies pursuant to valid regulations. Dogs born in the Czech Republic must have a valid inoculation certificate (pursuant to Section 6, Veterinary Act) or a valid passport for small animals. Dogs from EU member states and Third World countries must meet the conditions given by regulations of the European Parliament and Council of Europe 998/2003 of 26.5.2003.