Invitation to the International Münsterländer Test (IMP) on September 20-21, 2019 in the area around Schwertberg/Oberösterreich in Austria
September 20 – 21, 2019 IMP (A)
- With live duck for dogs up to 48 months IMP (B)
- With live duck for dogs up to 36 months
September 21, 2019
- International Breed Show open to all Kleine Münsterländer and Große Münsterländer
- For dogs participating in the IMP A or B, participation in the Breed Show is mandatory.
- Welcome and judge’s meeting on September 19th at 7:00 p.m.
Verband Kleine Münsterländer International e.V. (KlM-I)
Österreichischer Verein für Große und Kleine Münsterländer
Philipp Ita, Stift 1, A-3321 Ardagger
Tel. 0043 (0) 664-8417042
Dietrich Berning, Provinzialstraße 24, D-46499 Hamminkeln
Tel.: 0049 (0) 2873-261
With Formblatt IMP-1 for the IMP-A and Formblatt IMP-2 for the IMP-B along with a copy of the pedigree to the Test Director.
Number of teams: maximum 25
The entry is to be sent to Dietrich Berning (see address above) via the national KlM-I member club.
Deadline for entries: September 1, 2019
IMP (A or B): 150 Euro, including Breed Show
Breed Show: 30 Euro
Payable until the deadline for entries.
Volksbank Düren, IBAN DE21395602011505421058, BIC GENODED1DUE
Mühlviertler Hof, Familie Geirhofer
Tel.: +43 (0)72 62 / 61 2 62
Please reserve your room as soon as possible under the keyword “dog test”.
With the IMP-A, only dogs that meet the breeding requirements in their country of origin by the entry deadline.
With the IMP-B, dogs will be admitted, for which no breed excluding faults were identified by the entry deadline (national breeding approval is not a prerequisite).
Exceptions will be decided on individually.
For each dog, a valid PET Passport (International Vaccination Card) with valid rabies vaccination must be presented. Also, an insurance certificate must be presented.
Every handler must be in possession of a valid hunting license. For the field and water work, firearms and cartridges will be provided by the organizers and will only be shot by the judges for reasons of safety.
Drag game for the test should be brought by the handlers. For reasons of veterinary health, drag game can also be provided by the organizer.
Meals will be provided during the test for handlers and judges.
All handlers will receive a program with group assignments on the day of arrival.
The official language is German.
Test regulations for the IMP (A & B) can be downloaded from the KIM-I website (www.klm-international.info).
Financial and donations in kind are very welcome!