Chandigarh: The third edition of the Panchkula dog show will be held on November 14. The event is organized by the Royal Kennel Club, Panchkula in collaboration with Animal Pet Hospital, Sector 3, Panchkula.
Details of the dog show were shared by Sikander Singh, General Secretary, Royal Kennel Club, Panchkula, Dr Anil Banwala, Deputy Director, Pet Animal Health Society, Panchkula and Dr Ravinder Singh, Founding Member and Veterinary Advisor, Royal Kennel Club, Panchkula.
Sikander Singh, a breeder, said: “Any questions regarding registrations, one can call 9915268876. For registrations, one can also visit the Facebook page — Vom Carnivous Rottweiler or email carnivous351@gmail. com. Admission to the site will be taken until 9:30 a.m.
Dr Anil Banwala said, “Over 200 pets of different breeds are expected to participate from Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Dehradun and Jaipur.”
Dr Ravinder Singh expressed hope for a good turnout from the dogs saying the event was organized after the trauma inflicted by the Covid pandemic. He said the event will give visitors the opportunity to interact with canine experts and established dog breeders. He assured that the Covid protocol would be followed.
Other highlights of the dog show include a street dog adoption project, social awareness camps, a rabies camp and free vaccinations by the government hospital, as well as advice on raising dogs. pets and the need to have them.
Speaking about the Rottweiler dog breed, Sikander Singh said the conception of them as aggressive and vicious is a myth.