Toy Dog Shows at Westminster

Toy Dog Shows Westminster

Toy Dog Shows Westminster | The Westminster Kennel Club is scheduled to be held on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, January 24, 25 & 26, 2022. How wonderful for Tradition to continue!

Anyone who is planning to exhibit should refer to the Premium List for 2022 and follow the website for the most up-to-date information. The website will update you on Tickets, Bus Transportation, Parking, and Group Rate Hotels.

I am going to mention several informative requirements that are mentioned in the Premium List. First, the New York City Health Code requires all animals to have a current Rabies Vaccination Certificate issued by a licensed Veterinarian.

Some basic information is to be sure that every owner of a dog picks up pet waste from sidewalks and other public places. Failure to comply can result in a fine. Also, all animals should not be left off-leash in NYC.

On Tuesday, Toy dogs and equipment will be admitted to Pier 36 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM E.S.T. on Monday evening. Owners/handlers of Tuesday dogs eligible for Variety Group judging need to arrive at Madison Square Garden (MSG) on Tuesday between 4:30 PM and 6:00 PM E.S.T. Dogs eligible for Group judging will be able to begin boarding the buses from Pier 36 to MSG beginning at 4:00 PM E.S.T.

All dogs must have the crate sticker with the exhibitor’s name and contact information (located at their area or on the dog’s crate) for the duration of the show.

All parties associated with an entry must accept and agree to comply at all times with the COVID-19 requirements. I encourage anyone entering to please review their Premium List for all requirements and to refer to the website.

Safe travels to everyone and their dogs. Remember to make plans early, review your requirements, and double-check your list of “must-haves.”

Toy Dog Shows Westminster | Featured image by AKC | GCH CH Pequest Wasabi

  • My name is Sharon Masnick, and I have owned a Pomeranian since I was 18. I began to be interested in the entire Toy Group when, for 17 years, I handled the advertising and editorial for Top Notch Toys. I resigned in 2011 to pursue judging. I am now happy to say that I can judge BIS, the Toy Group, Junior Showmanship, Azawakhs, Shetland Sheepdogs, and several Non-Sporting breeds. I am a breeder-judge for Poms, Toy Fox Terriers, Japanese Chin, and Pekingese.

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