75 copies were exposed for people to appreciate their features and decide to opt for a pet.
Sunday, July 30, presented 75 dogs from pure breeds to the Thirtieth and Thirty-first Dog show, Santa Ana, 2017. Dogs of all sizes, ages and breeds competed for different categories.
The first exhibition was open to the public from 9:30 to.m. to the south and inaugurated the second exhibition of the day during the early hours of the afternoon in the Home of Santa Ana’s Religious Carpinelo, in charge of the Cynological Association of el Salvador (ACANSAL).
This association is the governing canofilia in the country, that is to say, all activity that is generated to improve the breeds of the dogs, take care of the beauty of the specimens, of the right hair cuts and the different kinds of care that they require for the rearing of each race.
The dogs competed against the standard of perfection of the breed to which they belonged, which describes the characteristics as an exemplary pure must have”, explained Ana Vázquez, president of ACANSAL.
“We, as part of our functions, we promote the development of the dog as a pet for the family, but also promote the development of the pure breeds,” added Vazquez.
The event is held each year for people to know the breeds of dogs, because “each one has its function” and, according to their needs, wishes and customs may acquire the dog that best suits your lifestyle and your family.
“We have all the 11 groups, guard dogs, and protection, shepherds, dogs, Terrier, dogs winter, dogs, hounds, dogs, Spaniel, dogs toy, ( … ), ” among others, said the president of the association.
These exhibitions have been made since 30 years ago and that’s why this time they decided to make two on the day, as part of the celebration of its 30th anniversary.
The requirements for registering your pets is to present the number of pedigree dog, because it is of pure breeds, and show that the papers are those corresponding to the can.
The winners of each race are chosen by professionals, doctors, veterinarians with a great career and at least 10 years of experience. On this occasion the judges were Jorge Patiño, veterinarian in mexico, and Luis Salas, costa rica.
“The exposure that you have is to educate, prepare people for respecting the copies, respecting the work of caregivers and to learn more about the races,” said Vazquez.
By: Diana Agreda