It is always a good idea to acquaint yourself with the specific rules and guidelines that apply to Danish dog shows before entering.
When participating at a DKK-event, you must be able to document that your dog is protected against distemper, parvo and infectious hepatitis. This can be done through a vaccination certificate or a positive titer value, proving the presence of protective antibodies.
For dogs over 21 weeks of age, at least one of the following forms of documentation must be shown:
- A certificate of vaccination, at least 7 days and maximum 4 years old and where the dog was at least 16 weeks old at the time of vaccination
- A positive titer value, no more than 4 years old and where the dog was at least 16 weeks old, when the blood test for the titer value was tapped.
For dogs between 12 and 21 weeks of age, at least one of the following forms of documentation must be shown:
- A certificate of vaccination, at least 7 days and maximum 5 weeks old
- A positive titer value, no more than 5 weeks old
Furthermore, foreign dogs must be vaccinated for rabies with regards to the current Danish legislation. Find it here.
There is no access for dogs under the age of 12 weeks.
The dogs that are shown must be in good mental and physical health condition and not show any signs of illness. Moreover, we refer to the provisions of the show regulations of the DKK. If a dog has caught a defect, which can be certified by a veterinary certificate, the veterinary certificate must be brought to the show. Please use the DKK veterinary certificate. The exhibitor pays for any treatment undertaken by the show veterinarian. The exhibitor must, however, have approved the treatment in advance.