RAWALPINDI: The best German Shepherd Dogs (GSD) from across Pakistan gathered to compete in the biggest GSD competition in the country on Wednesday.
Aptly named as the ‘Landesgruppen Show Islamabad’, it was a delight for the dog-loving residents of the twin cities. Almost a 100 dogs participated at the event and were judged by an SV judge Nancy Herms, who flew in especially from Germany for the event.
The event was held at ARID Agriculture University and saw a massive participation from the people of the twin cities. The finest GSDs from across the country put up a scintillating show for the audiences, and the owners got a chance to flaunt their dog training and grooming. The participants competed in minor puppy, puppy, junior, youth and open categories, which were determined on the basis of their age.
The event was a great success and the visitors hoped that it becomes a regular happening.
The event also promoted awareness about German Shepherd Dogs, especially in Pakistani society, which is a good learning for the growing generations.
The event was organised by show leader (North) Atiq Akram Khan with the support of the board of the German Shepherd Dog Club of Pakistan (GSDCP) headed by GSDCP President Imran Husain and board member of WUSV.