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Till that time, only one dog club existed in Malta, and that was The Malta Kennel Club
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During this meeting, which was attended by Kennel Clubs representatives from Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Jersey, Guernsey, Canada, South Africa, Malaysia, England and Malta, a vast agenda was discussed which included promotion of dogs in society, promotion of pedigree dogs, health issues, accreditation and training of dog training instructors, canine behaviourists, judges and breeders, current trends such as puppy registrations, show entries and media coverage, political issues such as the dangerous dogs legislations, anti-dog legislations, docking and the international recognition of judges.
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Talks started in 1999 between the Malta Canine Society, The German Shepherd Dog Association and the Obedience & Agility Association and later the Maltese Ladies Kennel Association. The Malta Kennel Club was also invited to participate but this invitation was turned down. Registered with The Malta Kennel Club. Please private message for futher info. Puppies will only be sold to loving individuals. Image may contain: dog.
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It was a terrible event that shook the local dog scene. It made everyone more aware how important it was to have a Federation administered by representatives of affiliated Clubs. The MKC debates this by saying that the Malta Canine Society had tried to undermine their process of affiliation to the FCI and that the Malta Canine Society officials had secretly met the FCI officials and tried to seek affiliation too. This is an untrue and misleading statement as the truth is that during a meeting between the British Kennel Club and the FCI during Crufts Dog Show in 1999, Malta was mentioned by the FCI as an applicant for membership with the FCI. Kennel Club officials asked from which Club in Malta this application came, and the FCI officials were surprised to hear of two Clubs because they were never informed of any existence of other Clubs in Malta. To verify this, an FCI official met with officials of the Malta Canine Society who were also attending that same show, to clear this matter. The Malta Canine Society did not ask for affiliation during that meeting or after as maliciously stated by the MKC, but just answered questions made by the FCI Secretary, about the existence of other Clubs on the Island.At those early years, dog shows used to be held at the Floriana Scout's quarters at Floriana. The club didn't have any show equipment at all. Ropes used to be tied between vehicles to form a ring, and local judges used to officiate at these early shows. The Malta Kennel Club used to send "observers" to see which of its members took part at the Hamrun Kennel Club's shows, and sometimes strong arguments took place between the Malta Kennel Club's observers and the Hamrun Kennel Club's officials. Some members were suspended for taking part at the Hamrun Kennel Club's shows, some members were mysteriously "lucky" enough to avoid suspension, and the number of participants was always increasing. New members started involving themselves in the running of this club, with a less militant attitude towards the Malta Kennel Club and more concern for the quality of the dog shows themselves, although rivalry between the two clubs was still evident.Although the Malta Canine Society was officially founded in 1973, it was in 1971 that the foundation of this Society was being set. Till that time, only one dog club existed in Malta, and that was The Malta Kennel Club. Gross disagreements amongst some members of the Malta Kennel Club at that time resulted in the fact that 30 members signed a proposal to the club so that an Extra Ordinary General Meeting is held to discuss these disagreements. Instead of accepting democratically and as stated in the Statute their request, the Committee decided to suspend these 30 members! These members didn't cave in, they decided to form a new Club, and hence the Malta Canine Society was born, originally known as the Hamrun Kennel Club. The main founder of this Society was Mr. Gaetano Farrugia, known as Topper, and together with his sons Mario and Martin, and Saviour Manfre', Cisju Bonnici, Joseph Turner, Joe Camilleri and Emanuel Apap decided that they should form this club.Rover offers the perfect alternative to dog kennels and traditional dog sitting: in home dog boarding. The next time you head out of town and need someone to take care of your dog, turn to Rover for your pet boarding needs. It's easy to find a loving Malta dog sitter on Rover who'll give your dog one-on-one attention while you're away, and your dog can enjoy a sweet staycation, right at their sitter's home. Search from hundreds of in home dog boarding options in Malta near you, read sitter profiles, and reach out to sitters who seem like a good fit for you and your dog. We know it can be tough to leave your pet, which is why we encourage every pet parent and sitter to have a Meet & Greet before booking the stay. With Rover, pet boarding is guilt-free, cashless, and convenient. That way, you can hit the road happy knowing your dog's in loving hands while you're away.