The International Pedigree Dog Exhibition features a very important accent
The event guests are offered the chance to savour the display of poodle pointers, Irish setters, English Braque d'Auvergne, small Munsterlanders and Breton spaniels, to name just a few.
The breeds on show at Targi Kielce on 23 November can be briefly described in as gun dogs or pointers.
All pointers share a common feature: they sniff off the wild animal and die still to pion it out - this is hereditary and typical only for this group of dogs.
The way dogs stand up is specific for the breed, yet sometimes adapted to the individual dogs’ capabilities.
It is worth noting that a pointer considered a dry field champion - immediately after it sniffs off the animal, the dog assumes a full gallop.
The stand-up with the front paw pulled up,
the tail is extended and the head is stretched forward and towards the pray.
A less dynamic stand-up is typical of German pointers.
Setters stand motionless in a down position or in a semi-squat.
The International Pedigree Dog Exhibition and the Club Pointer Show are a part of the ZOO Salon which offers a wide range of pet-keeping articles. Al animal owners and aficionados are welcome.