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Dog Day







Baltic Winner 2023 and and two International Dog Shows

On June 30 – July 1-2 in Molėtai, Radžiūnai aerodrome, the Lithuanian Kennel Club holds three International Dog Shows. On July 1 the “Baltic Winner 2023“show is held.

The judges’ panel comprises experts from England, Ireland, Germany, Finland, Italy, Turkey, Hungary, Slovenia, Thailand, Indonesia, Bahrein, Poland, Estonia, Latvia and Sakartvelo.

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.

International dog shows. 27 – 28 May in Molėtai

On 27 – 28 May 2023 the Lithuanian Kennel Club is holding 2 International Dog Shows in Moletai, Radziunu Aerodrome.

The judges’ panel comprises experts from The Germany, Switzerland, Netherlands, Finland, Ukraina, Serbia, Latvia and Poland.

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.

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:

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!