The CAC Show of Hungarian dog breeds will be organized by the Hungarian Kennel Club on 10th February of 2023 from 09.00 in the morning. The venue of the exhibition in Budapest the Hungexpo Budapest Congress and Exhibition Center.
Address: 1101 Budapest, Albertirsai út 10.
GPS coordinates: N47°29.587′, E19°7.294′
The Hungarian Dog Breeds Commission organizes the National CAC Show every year since 1999, the national meeting of the breeders / exhibitors of the Hungarian Dog Breeds.
The 9 Hungarian Dog Breeds, which were declared a national treasure by the Parliament in its resolution of 19 April 2004 together with the national animal breeds.
The Hungarian Shepherd Dogs:
The Komondor – One of the oldest Hungarian shepherd breeds, which has preserved its millennial characteristics in appearance and behavior. Its ancient version entered the Carpathian Basin with the nomadic ancient Hungarians. His great body, strength, and courage made him fit to take up the fight with enemies of a similar or larger body in defense of the values entrusted to him. Today it is increasingly used to protect the house, the farm and the farmyards.
The Kuvasz – Its exact origin is obscured, it can be assumed that our ancestors were served by dogs very similar to today’s Kuvasz at the time of migration. The flock, the stud and the goose had to be constantly protected from predators and thieves. Due to its appearance and size, it is an imposing, lean, resistant dog breed. He/she really appreciates the care. What he once learned will never be forgotten.
The Puli – The best-known herding Hungarian Shepherd Dog in the world, it is kept and bred in many countries. The puli is a graceful, small-scale, medium-bodied dog with only a charming black nose in its rich, curly fur.
The Pumi – With mighty intellect endowed clown. In the 17th and 18th centuries, the French Terrier herding dog breeds that accompanied Merino sheep to Hungary were crossed with Puli, this is how developed with pom-pom ears breed with shorter coat than the Puli. In the Pumi is from a large dose of the Puli’s unrivaled intelligence and the restless nature of the terriers to intersect.
The Mudi – Even in Hungary, not many people know this healthy, sensible, attractive-looking herding dog. Herding dog with standing ears, wavy or curly fur, with short, smooth hair on the muzzle and front of the legs. The Mudi has retained its excellent herding instinct, making it an ideal dog for both professional shepherds and those interested in herding sports. Many other sports fans will not be disappointed to choose a Mudi.
Hungarian Hunting Dogs:
The Hungarian Shorthaired Vizsla – She/He looks at the world with kind, warm brown eyes and mischievous cheerfulness, with greedy attention and longing for the forest game. She/He stretches lazily at home by the hot stove or on the couch, longing endlessly for the caress, but in an instant exploding energy, endless galloping in the field in the scorching sun or crisp snow. Hence its two basic qualities, adaptability and ease of teaching. It is due to these more and more people in the world love it.
The Wirehaired Hungarian Vizsla – The history of the Wirehaired Hungarian Vizsla began 70 years ago. The breed was created from the cross between the Hungarian Shorthaired Vizsla and the German Wirehaired Vizsla, with strict selection. Thanks to her coat, she/he is very hardy, her/his intelligence is extremely high, she/he is easy to teach and discipline, but she/he cannot tolerate harsh treatment or harsh teaching.
The Transylvanian Hound – She/He was an indispensable, well-known of the Hungarian royal and Transylvanian princely courts resident. Its history has been closely intertwined with Hungarian history over the centuries, especially with the fate and everyday life of the Hungarian nobility. On the Transylvanian Hound clearly visible hanging ears referring to the Hound breed, the sickle-shaped tail, and the typically rectangular body.
The Hungarian Greyhound – The Greyhounds are the oldest dog breeds, the oldest companions of man. They helped people with their daily subsistence hunt and took care of protecting the family. The history of the Hungarian Greyhound can be traced back to the time of the conquest. As a viable breed, greyhounds have adapted easily and well to the changed conditions of today’s modern world.
An eternal quote for today’s and future generation of dog lovers:
“Only a nation that appreciates itself will a have a future,
Only a nation that appreciate its values will appreciate the itself,
Let’s love and appreciate the Hungarian Dog. ”
Informations to exhibitors
Deadlines for entries:
I. Entry deadlines: 22th November of 2022 – 12th December of 2022
II. Entry deadlines: 13th December of 2022 – 10th January of 2023
III. Entry deadlines: 11th January of 2023 – 23th January of 2023
The leader judge is
Hungarian Komondor and Kuvasz – István László
Hungarian Puli – Dr. Tamás Jakkel
Hungarian Pumi and Mudi – Ferenc Antal
Hungarian Vizslas (short haired and wire haired) – György Glázer
Transylvanian Hound, Hungarian Greyhound – Annamária Tarján
The veterinary regulations in force in Hungary: a valid rabies vaccination for the dog is mandatory to combat the territory of the exhibition entrance! Entry to the EU countries and non-EU countries is in compliance with applicable laws and regulatory requirements.
The damage caused by the dog owner is responsible!
Dogs with docked tail and cropped ears can be entered. They will be judged together with dogs with natural tail and ears.
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CAC Show of Hungarian Dog Breeds
Entry deadlines and entry fees
c First entry Second entry Last entry
C C deadline deadline deadline
C 13. 12. 2022 11. 01. 2023
ccccc until 12. 12. 2022 10. 01. 2023 23. 01. 2023
1st dog 10 € 10 € 10 €
Additional dog 10 € 10 € 10 €
Dog replacement fee: 10 EUR
Entering to the show is in accordance to the FCI and Hungarian Kennel Club’s Show Regulations, the exhibitor by signing the entry form, or by entering in the online-system, the exhibitor is undertake to comply with and be bound by the rules itself.
- To the show only those dogs can be entered, who has original FCI registeed pedigree, one dog can be entered only to one class.
- Entry is available by post and by online!
- The entry fee must be paid also in case of absence.
- Illegible and incomplete entry form can not be accepted.
The entry to the show is as per the current FCI and MEOESZ show regulation, accepted by signing the entry form or by using the online entry system.
Only dogs with FCI pedigrees can be entered, one dog can be entered only in one class. In case of absence the entry fee must be paid as well.
If you enter more dogs, the Minor Puppy, Puppy and Veteran classes entry fees is not counting as “First dog” in amount!
For correct class entries, please use the date of showing to calculate the age of the dog.
Please, click to the text, or the “+” sign and open the box, where you will see the entry classes.
Class Age Attached documents
Minor Puppy class 3 – 6 months FCI or FCI Contract partner originated copy of pedigree
Puppy class 6 – 9 months FCI or FCI Contract partner originated copy of pedigree
Junior class 9 – 18 months FCI or FCI Contract partner originated copy of pedigree
Intermediate class 15 – 24 months FCI or FCI Contract partner originated copy of pedigree
Open class From 15 months FCI or FCI Contract partner originated copy of pedigree
Working class From 15 months FCI accepted Working test certificate copy, copy of pedigree
Champion class From 15 months FCI National or International Champion certificate copy
Veteran class From 8 years FCI or FCI Contract partner originated copy of pedigree
For the entry you must make registration before. When making the online-entry you can make changes after the entry done for 6 hours. When you not make any changes in this 6 hours, the entry will become final. You will get automatically e-mail after making tfhe entry(ies). It includes all information. Please check and in case of any mistakes, inform us by e-mail. In the online system you can only make the payment by Bankcard or Creditcard. If you not finish the creditcard payment in the online system, your entry will be cancelled automatically.Entry is valid only if the payment is successful via the online entry site. Entries cannot be saved int he system without payment.
Entry is accepted after payment is fully done.
They can not take over the costs of the bank wire transfer.
Based on the decision made at the meeting of the MEOESZ Board of Directors on 12th December, 2018 it is possible to process certain administrative changes in duly justified cases as follows:
1. In case the injury or incidental death of the entered dog – which fact needs to be proved by a medical certificate –, the owner can initiate the change the dog for another dog owned by him, or else he can also request to use the entry fee for a later show to be organized by the same club.
2. When having a several day International show it is also possible to change the judging days in case the participant happen to have an unanticipated duty that cannot be postponed.
3. Change of class is only permitted upon the explicit appeal and request of the owner provided also the age of the dog allows it.
Please note the above mentioned administrative changes can be processed latest prior the final and published (but not the prolonged) entry deadline. All and any such request for change costs HUF 3.000/ 10 EUR change. Requests and appeals should be sent to email@example.com
Administrative fees will be collected on the premises and on the date of Show. In this case the documents and start number of the concerned dog can be picked up at the Show Office prior the judging starts.
In case of bank transfer please use the following account number:
Name of the account holder:
Bank account number:
IBAN: HU79 1010 2086 0972 3300 0100 3301
Please in the comment put the note: your dog’s name and the whole amount written, as we have to recognise it more easily. All information will be forwaded to this e-mail address noted. Please fill in the „remarks” field in every case otherwise we cannot identify your payment.
Registration form soon!
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