In Long Beach, California on December 13 and 14 more than two thousand dogs will meet for the AKC/Eukanuba National Championship, the AKC Agility invitational, the AKC Obedience invitational, and the Eukanuba World Challenge. Some features of this complete canine “extravaganza” include:
- Top 25 dogs in each of the 156 AKC-recognized breeds
- Dogs from 52 countries represented in the Eukanuba World Challenge
- Bred-by Exhibitor competition the $15,000 prize money
- 154 youngsters in the Junior Showmanship competition
- 468 Agility teams and 100 Obedience teams.
For more information and to confirm dates and location go to American Kennel Club (email@example.com)
Don’t miss the 7th Annual AKC/Eukanuba National Championship next month. The show will be held in Long Beach, California on December 1 and 2 and nearly 2,500 dogs will compete.
While the Westminster Kennel Club is better known, the Eukanuba National Championship is becoming THE show to attend. This probably has a bit to do with the better weather in California during December than the Westeminster in New York City.
New to the show this year is the inaugural Eukanuba World Challenge. This inaugural international competition will feature top dogs from 40 countries and six continents. Rare breeds such as the Spanish Greyhound and the Azawakh will compete against more traditional favorites such as Poodles and Dalmatians for the title of “World Challenge Winner” and a total of $15,000. American Kennel Club – November 2007 Newsletter
The show is open to the public, this is your best chance to see the top dogs in the world.