WorlDog > World Dog Show 2012 Austria
The FCI World Dog Show 2012 will be prepared by OEKV as the Austrian national organisation for dog breeders. Around 40,000 square meters of most modern hall space will be available for the just under 100 rings for three days. 500 officials will provide for a smooth organisation. The show’s competitions and the events of the main ring will take place in the Salzburgarena right next to the exhibition grounds.
The World Dog Show 2012 for visitors
Opening hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Intake of dogs: from 7:30 a.m.
Judging: from 10:00 until about 2:00 p.m.
Program in the Main Ring: from 1 p.m.
Competitions in the Main Ring
BIS: Best in show: Will be selected from all Group Winners on May 20.
Best Junior in show: Will be selected from all Junior Group Winners on May 20.
BOG: Best of Group: Will be selected daily in the Main Ring from the breeds’ best of the FCI Groups
Pair Class: 2 dogs of the same breed (dog and bitch), having the same owner.
Breeding Group: At least 3 dogs, however, 5 dogs at most of the same breed with the same kennel name (do not need to have the same owner).
Best Puppy: From all dogs evaluated with “Very Promising”, the best one is selected.
Best Veteran: From all dogs evaluated with “Excellent 1”, the best one is selected.
World Championship in Obedience
Eishockey Red Bull Salzburg
Thursday, May 17: Practice and Team leader meeting
Friday, May 18: Start of the competition
Saturday, May 19: Continuation of competition followed by winning ceremonies for the teams
Sunday, May 20: final of the 20 best and winning ceremonies for individuals
World Champion Ship Heelwork to Music & Freestyle
Training: May 17, 2012 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Heelwork to Music: May 18, 2012
Freestyle: May 19, 2012
Finals: May 20, 2012
Club Shows around World Dog Show 2012
May 19 & 20, 2012
Venue: Schlosspark Anif
WORLD DOG SHOW KEY DATA
→ 40,000 m² of brand new show ground
→ 30.000 dogs
→ 20.000 exhibitors
→ 150 industry exhibitors
→ 2.000 m2 trade stand area
→ 150 international judges
→ 250 staff
→ 80 volunteers-
→ 18 millions added value