The second dog show of the Finnish Kennel Club was held in 1892 in Helsinki.
In 1892, the number of dogs participating in the three-day show was already over 250, and the number of participants had increased by about a hundred dogs in a year. Among the participants was confectioner Karl Fazer, whose dog Dalin competed in the Pointer class. The show’s clearly most popular class was the mixed-breed hound class, in which about a third of the dogs in the show participated.
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