The Puppy Show continues this Sunday, February 20 at Chapit’O in Fleury-les-Aubrais

After two years of absence, the Puppy Show is back, Saturday February 19 and Sunday February 20, at Chapit’O, near the Stade de la Vallée, in Fleury-les-Aubrais. Saturday afternoon, there was even a queue at the entrance.

Many young couples, with or without children, rushed to see the little balls of fur that are the chihuahuas, jack russell, labradors, australian shepherds

It will also be possible to go there on Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. “There is a big expectation”, specifies Bernard Moreau, the organizer who already noted this craze two weeks ago in Chartres. “During the Covid period, people went to breeders.”

Confirmations, more than information

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Christine, breeder of Australian Shepherds near Angoulême for eleven years, believes that visitors come to the show to have confirmations because they have already taken information. As for Arnaud, specialist in the old English bulldog in Nîmes, he does not fail to specify that this breed is “cool, sofa-foot type, but also pot of glue.”

While Karine and Paul, a young couple from Fleury-les-Aubrais, were deep in thought about the purchase of a golden retriever, these inhabitants of Romorantin have fell in love with a little Tibetan terrier dog who nestled in the arms of her mistress.

Patricia, breeder of small dogs in Compiègne, of which these two chihuahuas of 90 grams each, raised with a bottle, estimates about these that they are not not necessarily “granny dogs” and evokes a varied clientele.

“You have to be careful with them, especially when they are cared for by children, but they are not fragile. They are even robust and like to walk around“, she summarizes. “I prefer to sell well, to the right person, than a lot.

Nearly 300 “stuffed animals” to admire this weekend at the Orléans Puppy Show

I go. This Sunday, February 20, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Chapit’O (Valley stadium), in Fleury-les-Aubrais.
Prices: €6.50 and €3 for children aged 2 to 11.
Please note that there are no canine confirmation sessions or canine beauty contests and that visitors’ dogs are not allowed.

Alexis Marie


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