the 44th International Dogshow
on February 5 and 6, 2022 in Rosmalen
at the Autotron Rosmalen
Graafsebaan 133, 5248 NL Rosmalen
with qualifications CAC and CACIB
The registration is closed.
DOGSHOW EINDHOVEN 2022 WILL TAKE PLACE
After the press conference, the organization worked at full capacity to allow the show to continue. Major changes had to be made to make the show fit within the strict Covid measures. Below you will find the most important things. The show continues without a main ring and with short, concise judges’ reports. This shortens […]
Update January 27, 2022
In the press conference of January 25, 2022, the government has given the green light for holding events. So the dogshow continues! More information will follow…
Update January 15, 2022
In the press conference of January 14, 2022, the government has not yet given the green light for holding events. It was indicated, however, that further decisions regarding the reopening of catering, cinemas, theaters and events will be announced on January 25, 2022. With moderate optimism we will continue with the preparations for Dogshow […]
This dog show is organised under the patronage of the Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI) and under the rules and regulations of the “Raad van Beheer op Kynologisch Gebied in Nederland” (Dutch Kennel Club).
On these two days more than 2000 dogs are showed of different breeds. The judging starts every day at 9:30 AM. Visitors are welcome from 8:00 – 17:00 h. From 14:00 h. free entrance.
The exhibitors with their dogs are coming from various countries and the dogs are being judged by an selected group of international judges from The Netherlands, Belgium, Luxemburg, Germany, Ireland and Austria.
Each day the judging will take place in 16 rings and each days different breeds.
A catalogue can be purchased in which the information of all breeds per day in the different classes of judging and the ring in which they are being judged.
On Saturday February 5, 2022
Group 1 – Sheepdogs and Cattle Dogs (except Swiss Cattle Dogs)
Group 3 – Terriers
Group 5 – Spitz and Primitive types
Group 6 – Scenthounds and Related Breeds
Group 7 – Pointing Dogs
Group 10 – Sighthounds
On Sunday February 6, 2022
Group 2 – Pincher, Schnauzer, Molossoid Breeds, Swiss Mountain and Cattle Dogs
Group 4 – Dachshunds
Group 8 – Retrievers, Flushing Dogs and Water Dogs
Group 9 – Companion and Toy Dogs
At the end of each day there are a number of judgings for the best dogs per breeding group. The best-of-breed dogs are competing with each other for the group-winners. Prior to this judging the best puppy, the best veteran dog and the best brace couple are being chosen.
On both days there is a Junior Handling competition. In this competition children in the age from 12 till 17 are doing there best to show the dogs.
Finally on Sunday will be the last judging: the FINALS. The 10 group winners will compete one more time in the ring to decide wich one is the Best In Show of this dogshow.
These two days are very interesting to renew your knowledge about dogbreeds or to gain information. On the dogshow are about 20 stands with a variety of commodities and also with information all about dogs.
For more information go to the page Contact.
Information about the breeds being showed per day will be given on the page Breeds per day. This page will be published around January 21, 2022 after closing the registration term.
The “Honden Welzijns Team” (Dog Welfare Team) of the Dutch Kennel Club will be present on the show.