The Salon de l'Agriculture, a showcase of the diversity of dog and cat breeding in France
The International Agricultural Show will be held from February 25 to March 5, in Paris Porte de Versailles. More than 3850 animals are expected and among them, many dogs and cats breed.
For the 54 e year in a row, the Salon de l'Agriculture honors the breeding under all its forms. For this reason, in the middle of cows, sheep and pigs, you will be able to cross dogs and cats. Pavilion 8 will be entirely dedicated to them! It must be said that more than 150 domestic felines of more than 30 different breeds and 921 dogs of 260 breeds and different varieties are expected...
The opportunity for lovers of animals and breed lovers to come admire these animals they love so much, get information from the breeders and best representatives through the breed Villages but also discover the novelties in terms of food and accessories created for the well-being of our little companions!
Who will be the winner of the 2017 General Agricultural Contest?
That's not all: among the many animals on the show, 2,500 of them - from 7 different species - will try to win a prize at the General Agricultural Competition . With 921 dogs, you can tell that the canine ring will be well represented!
The Grand Prix of General Agricultural Competition will be awarded at the very end of the event. A beautiful show in perspective, therefore, for lovers of cats and dogs...
AllCreatureAnimalClinic and Dogs Revelation, present at the International Salon of the Farmer
It is in partnership with Dogs Revelation that AllCreatureAnimalClinic will be present at this show. A photocall will be installed. The opportunity for exhibitors and their animals to immortalize this beautiful moment spent together under the flashes of Frederick Lhonoré, photographer of great talents and very involved in the dog.
Of February 25, 2016 to March 5, 2017
Parc des Expositions - Porte de Versailles
1 place of the Porte de Versailles
75015 Paris 15
Free (from 6 years)
17 euros (full price)
7 euros (children from 6 to 12 years old)