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Exhibition news

 Tails and paws from 13 countries at the Latvian Winner show

The pet show "Latvian Winner" showcasing cats and dogs from 13 different countries to be held at Kipsala International Exhibition Centre from 8–9 June. Come and see the heroes of the pet exhibition in beauty contests, exciting demonstrations and other shows!
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Participant news

Universitates Vetfonds - all for your animal’s health and well-being

SIA Universitates Vetfonds will offer all for your animal’s health and well-being, ranging from special health maintenance feed additives, multivitamins and care products for small animals, to a variety of products needed for every pet owner – nail scissors, eye, ear and teeth cleaning accessories, safety belts and seat coverings for cars.
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MB “PEDUTE” offer high quality Professional Pet Grooming Supplies

MB “PEDUTE” is a small family business. We are engaged in dogs for more than 20 years, we have our own grooming salon in Vilnius. Our specialty is the trimming dogs (schnauzers, terriers, etc.). Like many groomers, we were looking for good and high-quality tools for grooming.
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Kennel clubs

The Latvian Hunting Dog Club

Our club comprises hound and setter breeds, including Laikas. Many our club members are hunters and as well as practising the hobby of dog breeding they also like to hunt. Our dogs are trained in different hunting styles and the club members have many ways of how to spend their free time by participating in exhibitions, trainings and examinations.
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The Latvian Moloss Breeds Club

Our club focuses on many interesting and rare dog breeds that are spectacular and unique. If you go walking with a Bordo, Hovawart or Corso dog, you are sure to be noticed. Are you interested? Please be invited to visit the exhibition "Cruft's Riga. Rîgas kauss 2013” in Íîpsala hall and join our club.
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The Latvian Dalmatian and Beater Club

We may not have 101 Dalmatians, but we have quite a lot. We also represent such breeds as the Rhodesian Ridgeback. You can easily take it lion hunting if there are any left in Latvia. However the most popular dogs of our club are the beagles; devoted hunters that are also willing to play, run and learn different tricks (if the owner has enough patience).
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The Latvian Sheep and Shepherd Dog Breed Club

Our club represents breeds that are developed in order to help people in their daily tasks of tending cattle. We have dogs for everyone’s taste – small in size, but courageous Cordies, graceful Collies, agile and active Australian Cattle Dogs, Border Collies, snow-white Swiss Shepherd Dogs and different Belgian dog breeds: Tervuerens, Malinois and Groenendalers. Our dogs are eager to work and they demand attention from their owner, thus ensuring physical activity.
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The Latvian Poodle Club

Did you know that poodles are an old hunt breed that was widely used for this purpose in France? Today poodles are one of the aristocratic breeds. What can be better than the coiffured and spruced poodle in a black, white, apricot or silver colour? Poodles do not moult fur, they are one of the most intelligent dogs and they are also widely used in circus performances. Choose your poodle and join us!
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The Latvian Toy Dog Club

Our club represents toy dog breeds – small in size, different in appearance and perfect for transportation by road and air. Besides the popular Chihuahua and Russian Toy breeds we also have Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, Butterfly dogs or Papillons, Phalenes and different Bichon dog breeds.
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The National Chow and Primitive Dog Type Club

We have comprised the Spitz type dog breeds and those breeds that are less altered by human beings over the years, such as Akitas, Shibas and Basenji which is a breed that is still found in the wilds of the Congo River in Africa. Our dogs are unique due to their character and beauty, but Akitas and Chow dogs require steady breeding and strict training.
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The Latvian Pekingese and Japanese Chin Club

The aristocracy of ancient China and Japan highly appreciated these dog breeds and up to the 19th century forbade exporting them out of the country. Even today the Pekingeses and Japanese Chins are rather rare breeds, but those who have become acquainted with the sensitive, lovely Japanese Chin or the independent Pekingese, that have the heart of a lion, remain faithful to this breed for life.
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The Latvian Sighthound and Coursing Club

Our club represents all windhound breeds from the Irish Wolfhound to the Italian Greyhound. These breeds have acquired their name thanks to their wind-like running speed which makes them globally popular contestants in dog races, also participated in by our club members. Maybe that is what you are missing – training in the open air, competition excitement when watching your dog run and many new friends.<
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The Latvian Labrador – Retriever Breeds Club

The breeds represented by our club have gained their popularity not only because of their universal character, but also because of different advertisements. Labradors and Golden Retrievers like to play with children and rest with their owners, but they can also scare away unwelcome guests. Their perfect ability to catch a scent, and intelligence and willingness to please their owner makes these dogs perfect companions. We are also proud of our first curly and straight fur Retrievers in the club.
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The Latvian Central Club of St. Bernards

All the dogs in our club are like Beethoven from the popular movie and even better! St. Bernards are even-tempered, heavy and right-minded; they have a lot of self-respect. Due to their highly developed senses these dogs can find people trapped in avalanches and rescuers in the Alps use these dogs for this purpose even today. A little smaller, but also exciting are the Leonbergers that have recently joined our club. As our dogs are rather big, they are only suitable for living in an open space – farmsteads and private houses. Owners of block apartments and bungalows should really consider another breed.
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