The International Dog Show returns to the Chapiteau of Fontvieille on Saturday, May 4 and Sunday, May 5, bringing with it record figures this year’s edition.

A record number of 1,402 dogs from 247 breeds are expected to participate in the annual exposition, all of which will be judged by nine international judges.

The participating dogs range in age from three months to 17 years old, and will be judged in various categories. Visitors to the expo can expect to pay a 10 euro entrance fee at the door, unless they happen to be 12 and under, in which case entrance is free.

Discover the full program on the Monaco Kennel Club website here.

Featured image courtesy of Exposition Canine Internationale Monaco on Facebook