Join us on 28 June in Brussels to celebrate the importance of dogs to our daily lives.......and bring your dog along

  
Event Registration 

Please register before 20 June 2016 


Event Venue 

La Fabrique en Ville 
Egmont Park 
Brussels 


FCI Europe section 
Contact Us 
Dear dog lovers, 

The European Section of the FCI (World Canine Federation) is pleased to invite you to our summer outdoor event dedicated to our best friends: dogs. 

The event will take place at the beautiful Egmont Park in Brussels on Tuesday afternoon 28 June 2016. It will combine presentations on relevant topics such as puppy trade together with demonstrations from organisations that work with dogs on various fields: medical assistance, rescue operations, drug detection, just to mention some. 

The FCI was very pleased to see the inclusion of companion animals in the EU Strategy on Animal Welfare 2012-2015. Now that this strategy has come to an end, we would like to raise awareness at European level to the importance of dogs. Therefore, we invite all Members of the European Parliament, Commission officials and relevant organisations that support animal welfare to come and join us on 28 June!   

We look forward to welcoming you and your dog on 28 June! 

Best regards, 

Jørgen Hindse
President of the FCI Europe Section 
Dogs, helping people, changing society

Date: 
28 June 2016

Venue: 
La Fabrique en Ville, Egmont Park, Brussels (44 Boulevard de Waterloo, B-1000) 

Programme:
16:30: Registration and welcome
17:00: Introduction by Jørgen Hindse (President of the FCI Europe Section)
17:30: Keynote speaker (name to be confirmed)
18:00: Demonstrations by invited organisations 
18:30: Networking cocktail 

Registration:
Please register to the event before 20 June 2016 - click here
About the FCI Europe Section 
Founded in 1911, the FCI - European Section - represents the Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI - World Canine Federation). Our role is to further the breeding and keeping of healthy pedigree dogs. The FCI's European Section represents the national Kennel Clubs of 51 countries, which together gather over 10 million members. For more information, please visit http://fcieurope.eu/