SKA Miri holds all breeds dog show

SCHOOL FOR DOGS: Some of the dogs undergoing training.

MIRI: The long awaited Sarawak Kennel Association (SKA) Sixth All Breeds Championship Dog Show starts in Miri Indoor Stadium today.

Visitors can come early to take a closer look at the canines before the 2pm official opening by Miri mayor Lawrence Lai.

“We hope people will take this opportunity to spend their Saturday afternoon enjoying our dog show with their family and friends,” said organising chairman and SKA Miri chapter chairman Leo Pui at a press conference yesterday.

Entrance to the show is free, and dog lovers will be entertained to a 20-minute demonstration in dog’s obedience, agility, detection, and protection skills by Real Canine Protection Sdn Bhd led by training director Robin Gan.

The actual dog show will see 50 dogs competing in six classes by age groups, sexes, and an open category.

During the break of 20-minute there will be another demonstration by M-Guardian Security K9 Services led by Pui.

“If you have plans to breed pups, bring along your dogs’ certificates to register your pups with us,” said Pui, who runs a business in breeding and training of dogs.

It costs RM30 to register a puppy with SKA, and the certificates are recognised internationally.

From the booths, visitors can learn about dog care, acquiring dogs reliably, maintaining high standards of pedigree through registration, transfer of ownerships and documentations, and sharing among dog owners.

One booth will be offering dog-related accessories for sale, and two booths manned by security dog companies.

Dog lovers can also take the opportunity to register themselves with SKA Miri at a special promotional fee of only RM10 for one year’s membership.

There will also be a free flow of orange juice sponsored by a drinks vendor. The show is jointly organised by SKA Miri chapter and Miri City Council (MCC) in conjunction with Miri May Fest celebration in the city, and is expected to draw about 2,000 visitors.

TRAINERS: Pui (centre) with his dog trainers at his centre.

We hope people will take this opportunity to spend their Saturday afternoon enjoying our dog show with their family and friends.
Leo Pui, organising chairman and SKA Miri chapter chairman

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