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Top Pick: EUROCUP 2000 - European dog exhibition

All friends of dogs are invited to the European dog exhibition EUROCUP 2000, an international event taking place at Incheba exhibition centre in the Bratislava suburb of Petržalka where dogs of all breeds. shapes and skills will compete in individual categories. While judges take a break at lunch time, additional side-shows will display the unique skills of seeing-eye dogs as well as police dogs specialising in mine searching.
The exhibition will be both outdoor and indoor, and will feature almost every canine breed, from American to middle-Asian, hunting to Russian guard-dogs. The four-legged competitors will be judged not by their exterior appearance, but also by their dog charisma and character. Category victors will be awarded the prestigious EUROCUP 2000 award.
The exhibition is scheduled for 9:00 on May 28. The dogs will be separated into several classifications: puppies, maturing dogs, juniors, and open classes which include national and international champions, as well as previous winners and qualifiers.


Proud dog owners will compete at Incheba May 28.
photo: Michal Suchý

All friends of dogs are invited to the European dog exhibition EUROCUP 2000, an international event taking place at Incheba exhibition centre in the Bratislava suburb of Petržalka where dogs of all breeds. shapes and skills will compete in individual categories. While judges take a break at lunch time, additional side-shows will display the unique skills of seeing-eye dogs as well as police dogs specialising in mine searching.

The exhibition will be both outdoor and indoor, and will feature almost every canine breed, from American to middle-Asian, hunting to Russian guard-dogs. The four-legged competitors will be judged not by their exterior appearance, but also by their dog charisma and character. Category victors will be awarded the prestigious EUROCUP 2000 award.

The exhibition is scheduled for 9:00 on May 28. The dogs will be separated into several classifications: puppies, maturing dogs, juniors, and open classes which include national and international champions, as well as previous winners and qualifiers. The most beautiful dog pair and other winners will be announced at 15:30.

The exhibition is organised by the Slovak Federation of Kennel Clubs. Although the dog entry deadline passed on May 14, dog owners still have a chance to enter their pooches as late as May 28.

For further information, call 6428 8238 in the evenings or visit http://www.thalax.cz/eurocup2000.

Zuzana Habšudová

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