9 November 2021
The 3rd edition of Panchkula Dog Show is going to be held on November 14, 2021 opposite Hotel Holiday Inn, Sector 3, Panchkula. The event is being organised by Royal Kennel Club, Panchkula in collaboration with Animal Pet Hospital, Sec 3, Panchkula. Details of the Dog Show were shared by Sikander Singh, General Secretary, Royal Kennel Club, Panchkula, Dr. Anil Banwala, Deputy Director of Pet Animal Health Society, Panchkula & Dr Ravinder Singh, Founder Member and Vet Advisor, Royal Kennel Club, Panchkula, at a press conference. The event also witnessed the presence of a few top dog breeds.
Sikander Singh himself a breeder whose Rottweiler came seventh in a Global show held in Boxberg Germany & who has bred over 50 Rottweiler champs to date said, “For any queries related to entries, one can call up at +91- 9915268876. For entries, one can also visit our Facebook page — Vom Carnivous Rottweiler or e-mail at email@example.com. On the spot, the entry will be taken till 9.30 am.”
Dr Anil Banwala said, “More than 200 pets of different breeds are expected to participate from tricity, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Dehradun and Jaipur in the event.”
“We are expecting a very good response from dog lovers. The 3rd edition of Panchkula Dog Show is happening after the trauma we all suffered due to Covid-19. We hope to see a good number of canine lovers thronging the venue on November 14,” said Dr Ravinder Singh.
While the show will provide a platform for different dog owners to showcase their pets who will be judged on different aspects, visitors will get the opportunity to interact with established canine experts and dog breeders during the dog show. All Covid-19 precautions will be followed during the show, informed the organisers.
The other highlights of Panchkula Dog Show will include a street dog adoption project; awareness camps for society; anti-rabies and free vaccine camp by the government hospital, & tips to raise pets and importance of having them among others. Talking about Rottweiler, which is the 4th most popular breed in the world as per FCI (Fédération Cynologique Internationale), Sikander Singh said the breed has gained popularity because of its loyalty, and macho looks but sadly a fallacy associated with the breed is that it’s aggressive, vicious and not safe to keep.
Sikander added: “I appeal to the public in general and dog lovers in particular to come to the show and witness the breed and interact with breeders so that misunderstandings about this lovely and homely breed can be put to rest.”
The judge of the show is Mr. Ranjeet Singh Munjal from Kanpur.