April 11, 2021

World Dog Show 2020 arrives at the Madrid Fair

The World Dog Show will be held for the second time in Madrid between the next days April 23 and 26. This event, organized jointly by Ifema and the Royal Canine Society of Spain (RSCE), will take place for the first time, at the Madrid Fair, which will host the more than 25,000 dogs and 6,000 breeders from around the world who will participate in the competition . The exhibition will take place in more than 81,000 m2, in 6 Pavilions and 84 competition rings.

In addition, during these days the 1st edition of the RSCE Winner and Raza Special Exhibitions will also be held. Until now, the Royal Spanish Canine Society had been the organizer of only two World Dog Shows in our country: in Valencia (1992) and Madrid (1983). The objective of the institution.

In the organization of this call go hand in hand Ifema, leading fair institution in Spain and one of the first in Europe, with experience also in the organization of events of all kinds, including fairs related to the world of pets, and the Royal Canine Society of Spain. It is about bringing it back to the capital, for which it designed an ambitious proposal that it presented at the FCI General Assembly in Milan in 2015 and was imposed on those of China, Brazil and Croatia.

During the four days that the event will last, all kinds of activities related to dogs will be carried out, such as exhibitions, workshops or conferences and there will be an exhibition space where you can buy everything necessary for the care of pets.

The RSCE expects to receive more than 25,000 dogs from five continents over four days that will make Madrid the Dog’s World Capital. The specimens participating in the Exhibition will compete to win the titles of World Winner (World Winner or World Champion) in the categories of Young (for dogs between 9 and 18 months), Veteran (for dogs older than 8 years) and Absolute (for dogs older than 15 months), in addition to the World Promise title for Puppies between 6 and 9 months. Likewise, participating dogs may opt for the title of Champion in Spain of the RSCE.

The RSCE, founded in 1911 and decorated as “Royal” by King Alfonso XIII, is responsible for preserving dog breeds in general, and especially the Spanish and its important legacy for society, both historical and anthropological and cultural. Likewise, he has been the main voice of the dog for more than 100 years and watching over his interests, as well as those of the breeders.


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