Visitors to Hund & Pferd can look forward to a spectacular program: The focus will be on the exciting pedigree dog competitions, where dogs from over 240 different breeds will vie for places on the winners' podium.

Variety is also offered by the supporting and show program: In addition to the fast-paced Frisbee show, there are, among other things, the qualifying runs for the Agility World Championship, four-legged TV stars or the helpers on four paws. Another sporting highlight is the German Dog Dancing Championship.

Purebred dog competitions

Among the highlights of the fair are the major pedigree dog competitions of the Bundessieger & Int. Exhibition. Dogs from over 240 breeds are expected in total.

Horse show program

This is where the pulse of Hund & Pferd beats. In the large show arena in Hall 3, a program of evening gala quality awaits trade fair visitors every day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and at no extra charge! Just like our trainer demos, the braiding challenge, live workshops and many more specials, it is included in the fair admission price.

Show program

The all-day show program is also worth seeing. Starting with the rapid qualifying runs for the Agility World Championship, the spectacular KONG Frisbee show, and much more.

Which breed suits me?

Are you looking for the dog that best fits your life? Then you've come to the right place at Hund & Pferd in Hall 5 - here the various dog breeds are presented on an action stage.

Dog trainer advice

If you want to get active with your dog, our clubs offer all known and modern sports from agility to rally obedience and will be happy to advise you at the information booths in Hall 5. In addition, you can get active yourself with your dog.

Health check

At the stands of our Premium Partners in Hall 4, you can have a free dental check (Royal Canin) and health check (animonda) performed for your dog by experienced veterinarians.

Helpers on four paws

The right way to deal with dogs has to be learned: What is the best way to approach a dog? How do you touch it? To ensure that children who grow up without a dog of their own are not afraid of dogs and have the opportunity to learn how to handle them correctly, the human-dog teams of the "Helpers on Four Paws" visit kindergartens, schools and events.