How cute: these are the winners of the International Dog Show

The dog show initiated by the Israeli Kennel Club under the auspices of Royal Kanin, which took place recently at Nof Galil Park, was attended by no less than 857 dogs from dozens of different breeds, including: Doga Duga, Terrier, Dekel, Spitz, Hounds, Retriever and Spaniel, hunting dogs, miniature dogs and spirit dogs.

International Dog Show of the Dog Association 2021 (Photo: Yachz)

During the show there were various canine sports and discipline shows, as befits similar competitions around the world: agility (obstacle course that the dog goes through such as tunnel, bridge, jumping in the shortest time), work and service dog show, training and discipline (such as in the army dog ​​unit) Frisbee show And more. The International Exhibition is an exhibition that meets the FCI standard, the European Federation and can be awarded in addition to the national titles also nominations for the CACIB International Beauty Championship.

International Dog Show of the Dog Association 2021 (Photo: Yachz)International Dog Show of the Dog Association 2021 (Photo: Yachz)

And in first place – as the exhibition star and champion of the champions – a 6-year-old German Shepherd bitch named Sunny, bred by Ofer Sheetrit from Haifa. Sonny picked up a number of titles and victories during the competition including a champion class, a championship title, a winner in the female category and a race winner.
The German Shepherd is one of the most versatile breeds – a combination of a dog who can be a fearless guard and at the same time the dog with the softest character that can be, family and good with children. It has an appearance and presence with shiny and impressive fur. Sonny combines all her natural features and is a wonderful example of her breed and dogs in general.

In first place - German shepherd Sonny with her owner Ofer Sheetrit (Photo: Manny Ezra)In first place – German shepherd Sonny with her owner Ofer Sheetrit (Photo: Manny Ezra)

They also won the national breed category – the Canaanite dog named ‘Toffee’ and the Israeli champion in the working class and first place in the male category – a German shepherd named ‘Diablo’.

According to Tal Yaffe, spokesman for the Israeli Kennel Club: “The purpose of the show and the presentation of the dogs is first and foremost to connect and bring the general public closer to the world of documented canine, learn to understand them and of course get to know the different characteristics of each breed. “The others are unique to each breed according to its age and sex, and these are the main criteria that make it possible to track responsible and documented growth for generations.”

A giant black and white poodle at the 2021 International Dog Show (Photo: Yachz)A giant black and white poodle at the 2021 International Dog Show (Photo: Yachz)

Etty Ben David, director of the professional channel at Royal Kanin Israel “We are pleased to be cooperating with the Kennel Club, which is a natural connection for us. Royal Kanin encourages responsible breeding to prevent abandonment and provides nutrition and health solutions tailored to the breeds, ages and health and developmental needs of all types of dogs.”

Russian toy dogs with their owners Naomi Kellerman (Photo: Yachz)Russian toy dogs with their owners Naomi Kellerman (Photo: Yachz)

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