World Dog Show

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World Show Agility Trial, 2006

The World Dog Show is a Fédération Cynologique Internationale-sanctioned, four-to-six-day long[1] international dog show, held yearly since 1971. It has been called the most important dog show in the world.[2] The World Show includes agility, obedience, junior handler, conformation, and other events and demonstrations.[3] Dogs who win in any category are awarded the title "World Champion".[4] The show places a special emphasis on rare and unusual dog breeds. It is one of the largest dog shows in the world, with shows attracting upwards of 10,000 entrants.[1][5] It is held in a different country each year.[3]

Some people feel that a win at the World Dog Show is worth more, reputation-wise, than the same win at the Westminster Kennel Club dog show.[6] Entries in the World Show are from Fédération Cynologique Internationale member clubs, and non-member clubs (such as the American Kennel Club) by invitation.[7]

Show locations and conformation show winners[edit]

Name Image Breed Year Location Number of entries References
1971 Budapest, Hungary
Donnar de Nordval German Shepherd 1972 Brazil 732 [8]
1973 Dortmund, Germany 4,900
1974 Paris, France 2,800
Sugar River Foxfire Alaskan Malamute 1975 Rabat, Morocco 500 [9]
1976 Innsbruck, Austria 4,400
Dark von der Bismarckquelle Wire Fox Terrier 1977 Herning, Denmark 3,800
Cinko Duda Csebi Puli 1978 Mexico City, Mexico [10]
1979 Bern, Switzerland 5,500
Beseeka Knight Errant of Silkstone Whippet 1980 Verona, Italy 4,300 [11]
Saliha Deianira Saluki 1981 Dortmund, Germany 8,800
Fujimiland Julia Yorkshire Terrier 1982 Tokyo, Japan 1,400 [12]
Tigre Spanish Mastiff 1983 Madrid, Spain 3,000
Kishniga's Diaghilev Borzoi 1984 Acapulco, Mexico 780 [13]
Abrisa vom Felsenkeller Saluki 1985 Amsterdam, Netherlands 10,000
Abrisa vom Felsenkeller Saluki 1986 Tulln, Austria 7,900
Northwind's Rising Star Samoyed 1987 Tel Aviv, Israel 1,200
Northwind's Rising Star Samoyed 1988 Lima, Peru
Chouan Gimlet Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen 1989 Copenhagen, Denmark 9,400
Chakpori's Mao Lhasa Apso 1990 Brno, Czechoslovakia 11,900
Fanto vom Hirschell German Shepherd 1991 Dortmund, Germany 13,400
Caligola di Ponzano Neapolitan Mastiff 1992 Valencia, Spain 6,600
Eddie Tato von Norwalfer Great Dane 1993 Buenos Aires, Argentina 2,100
Arctic Blue Senator Siberian Husky 1994 Bern, Switzerland 15,500
Humphrey dos Sete Moinhos Basset Hound 1995 Brussels, Belgium 14,100
Sanallah's Jerome Afghan Hound 1996 Vienna, Austria/Budapest, Hungary 11,600 [14]
Afton's Absolut American Cocker Spaniel 1997 San Juan, Puerto Rico 4,00
Loteki Supernatural Being Papillon 1998 Helsinki, Finland 15,200 [15]
Tacara's Santer Savar Belgian Shepherd Tervueren 1999 Mexico City, Mexico 4,000
Giaccherebbe dell'Angelo del Summano Bracco Italiano 2000 Milan, Italy 15,200 [16]
Atwater Crazy-Diamond Borgoleonardo Newfoundland 2001 Porto, Portugal 7,200
Topscore Contradiction Standard Poodle 2002 Amsterdam, Netherlands 14,500
Propwash Syzygy Australian Shepherd 2003 Dortmund, Germany 18,700
Double D Cinoblu's Masterpiece Pug 2004 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 2,000
Homero del Alcazar Lhasa Apso 2005 Buenos Aires, Argentina 3,100 [17]
Axel del Monte Alago Bracco Italiano 2006 Poznan, Poland 21.000 [18]
Smash JP Talk About Toy Poodle 2007 Mexico City, Mexico [19]
Efbe's Hidalgo At Goodspice Sealyham Terrier 2008 Stockholm, Sweden 20.600 [20]
Northgate's As You Like It Pharaoh Hound 2009 Bratislava, Slovakia 21,830 [21]
Smash JP Talk About Toy Poodle 2010 Herning, Denmark 19.300 [22]
De Kaner's Wolverine Revenge American Akita 2011 Paris, France 21.600 [23]
Shiraz California Dreamin' Saluki 2012 Salzburg, Austria 18.600 [24]
Bottom Shaker My Secret Old English Sheepdog 2013 Budapest, Hungary 18.030 [25]
2014 Helsinki, Finland [26][27]
2015 Milan, Italy [28]
2016 Moscow, Russia
2017 Quito, Ecuador
2018 Amsterdam, Netherlands

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Pat Storer (January 1997). Your Puppy, Your Dog: A Kid's Guide to Raising a Happy, Healthy Dog. Storey Communications. p. 146. ISBN 978-0-88266-959-5. Retrieved 22 June 2013. 
  2. ^ Chris Walkowicz; Bonnie Wilcox (16 January 1994). Successful Dog Breeding: The Complete Handbook of Canine Midwifery. Wiley. p. 66. Retrieved 22 June 2013. 
  3. ^ a b Sandra Choron; Harry Choron (2005). Planet Dog: A Doglopedia. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. p. 99. ISBN 978-0-618-51752-7. Retrieved 22 June 2013. 
  4. ^ Patches Silverstone (1997). Dalmatians Today. Howell Book House. ISBN 978-0-87605-136-8. Retrieved 22 June 2013. 
  5. ^ Carlos DeVito; Dominique DeVito (1 June 2008). The Everything Dog Book: Learn to train and understand your furry best friend!. Adams Media. p. 305. ISBN 978-1-4405-1249-0. Retrieved 22 June 2013. 
  6. ^ Alfred Gingold (8 February 2005). Dog World: And the Humans Who Live There. Crown Publishing Group. p. 162. ISBN 978-0-7679-2021-6. Retrieved 22 June 2013. 
  7. ^ "Mexico World Dog Show 2007". Retrieved 2013-06-22. 
  8. ^ Russell, Sandra. "The World Show 2004". OurDogs. Retrieved 2013-06-22. 
  9. ^ World Dog Show 2015 Blog
  10. ^ Wikipedia FCI
  11. ^ The Whippet Archives
  12. ^ World Dog Show 2015 Blog
  13. ^ The Borzoi Files
  14. ^ video of 1996 Budapest World Show, including agility, working dog, brace, and Group events, and Best in Show
  15. ^ Dr Jacklyn E. Hungerland (2003). Papillons: Everything About Purchase, Care, Nutrition, Behavior, and Training. Barron's Educational Series. p. 11. ISBN 978-0-7641-2419-8. Retrieved 22 June 2013. 
  16. ^ World Dogshow Milano 2000
  17. ^ World Dog Show 2005 in Argentina: a hairy final by Emmanuel Pacitto
  18. ^ World Dog Show 2006 article in Our Dogs
  19. ^ Meish Goldish (1 January 2009). Toy Poodle: Oodles of Fun. Bearport Publishing Company Incorporated. p. 27. ISBN 978-1-59716-746-8. Retrieved 22 June 2013. 
  20. ^ Swedish Kennelclub World Dog Show 2008
  21. ^ Dog Fancy. Fancy Publications. February 2010. p. 9. Retrieved 22 June 2013. 
  22. ^ Herning 2010 Show Results
  23. ^ "World Dog Show 2011 France". Euro Dog Show.info. Retrieved 13 March 2010. 
  24. ^ Our Dogs Press release
  25. ^ World Dog Show 2013
  26. ^ Finnish Kennelclub - World Dog Show 2014
  27. ^ Wilheim, Fruzsina (25 May 2013). "Hungary on top in world dogfight". The Budapest Times. Retrieved 2013-06-22. 
  28. ^ World Dog Show 2015

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