Tanzania Canine Association Ltd (TCAL) has sanctioned the show.
The show’s coordinator Felician Bulu issued the call early this week.
He pointed out weaknesses that dogs’ owners showcased at a previous show which was held in the region in March this year are not expected in view in the coming show.
Bulu, psychologist for dogs, ordered that all dogs must showcase ability to peform different activities irrespective of their breeds.
He said a few dogs did well in the March show and noted poor preparations and a section of dogs’ owners’ failure to heed to experts’ advice led to poor perfrormance by dogs.
“Dogs were supposed to peform some of activities including passing through a tyre ring and jumping hurdles, the only local breed, Chamwino, performed all activities,” he disclosed.
Dulu disclosed issuing information to dogs’ owners early on targeted to see to it participants have to tirelessly train their dogs, as instructed during the March show.
He noted the dogs should as well have medical treatment to deal with worms and ticks.
Bulu said the March show started at 7am, a situation which contributed to failure by most of the owners to attend the event on time because of distance and other domestic activities.
Dogs’ food expert Oggi Msalilwa insisted that dog’s food ratio consists of 40 percent protein, 50 percent vegetable and 10 percent starch.
“There will as well be dogs’ food show in the November event. The food will be sold at the show, the price will depend on the size of the dog,” he said.
Antony Nikitas, one of participants in the March show, congratulated the Morogoro Canine Association and TCAL for the show, noting people are not aware of the importance of dogs at their residence.
“Maltese breed’s dogs are pet dogs whose functions include comforting members of family, once one is either in stress or sick,” he said.
The show is expected to attract firms including Tigo, Vodacom, Morogoro Municipal Council, Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) and Kilombero Water company.