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Asia’s biggest dog show comes to Araneta City

The biggest dog show in Asia comes to Araneta City with the staging of the Philippine Circuit at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.

Whiskey, one of the Bull Terrier winners of the Dog Show last year.
Boasting a roster of both local and international entries, the Philippine Circuit, hosted by the Philippine Canine Club Inc., will be bringing no less than the crème of the crop of dog breeds. Dog lovers can look forward to seeing ever-popular Yorkshire Terriers, Great Danes, Pomeranians, and rare breeds the world over best it out in a series of adorable challenges. The Grand Circuit has even been known to showcase the Bichon Frise, the Affenpinscher, Caucasian shepherds, and a Pharaoh hound.

The exhibitors will compete in 12 different shows where they will be judged according to their performance based on the standard of their breed by jurors from Asia, Europe, and the Americas. This prestigious event is guaranteed to only bring the best to casual dog owners and aficionados alike.   

The Philippine Circuit is happening at the Big Dome in Araneta City for the fifth straight year this 2020. A well-suited venue as Araneta City is now a pet-friendly area where registered animal companions can freely roam through the Pet Pals initiative. Pet owners simply need to avail of the free Pet Pal I.D at mall concierges to enjoy this privilege. 

The Philippine Circus runs until at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. Buy your tickets at www.ticketnet.com.ph or thru the Araneta City Mobile app. Interested buyers may also call 8911-5555 for inquiries.

Topics: Philippine Circuit , Araneta City , Philippine Canine Club Inc , Dog owners
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