Cuba: More than 200 Canines in Pan-American Dog Show
More than 200 Cuban dogs and about 20 foreigners will participate in the II Pan-American Dog Show, informed today the spokeswomen of the Cynology Federation of Cuba, Caridad Linares.
In conversation with Prensa Latina, Linares informed the beauty competition "organized by the Cuban Cynology Federation (CCF)", will end of Sunday which will also include the I Pan-American Championship of Protection Dogs.
Linares, also president of the Dalmatian Club in Cuba stated the dogs will compete for several titles, among them, Cuban Young Champion, Cuban Champion, Great Cuban Champion, Vet Champion and Pan-American Champion.
The animals will be evaluated every day by different judges, who would be from Mexico, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic or Cuba.
So far, dogs from Mexico and Venezuela have confirmed their participation, which will be exhibited alongside the national canines in the Metropolitan Park.
Among the contestants breeds are included the Great Danes, Rottweiler, Yorkshire Terrier, Siberian Husky, Chow Chow, Beagle, Dalmatian, Labrador Retriever, Cocker Spaniel and Afghan Hound.
The CCF celebrates five events annually: two internationals, the Pan-American, one national and the Cuban Cynology Festival, a tournament of champions at the end of the year, said the specialist
Source: Prensa Latina