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Army Heritage Foundation holds dog show at Ayub Park

RAWALPINDI: (Parliament Times) Army Heritage Foundation with the collaboration of Qureshi Enterprises hold German Shepherd LG Dog Show and All-breed Dog show at Ayub National Park Cricket Ground. Thousands of people witnessed the show and took keen interest in different species of dogs. Hundreds of dog keepers took part in the competition with their rare dogs of different breeds and species. Renowned dog specialist from Britain Miss Keroleen Marsden adjudged the best dogs and winners in the competition. Director General Army Heritage Foundation Brig. (Retd) Zaman Nasrullah Khan Niazi was chief guest on the occasion while Lt. Col. (Retd.) Shahzad Mehmood, Lt. Col (Retd.) Taleem and ABM Army Heritage Foundation Abdul Rehman were also present on the occasion.
On the occasion of prize distribution ceremony, Director General Army Heritage Foundation Brig. (Retd) Zaman Nasrullah Khan Niazi said that the aim behind such activities is to reflect positive image of our country and also generate healthy activities so as to take out general public for some timing different . He said that this also encouraged the dogs and pet owners to show their unique burred to the general public and youth as Pakistan is ranked high in having these breeds. He further said that Army Heritage Foundation regularly at Ayub National Park holds such activities for awareness of general public of twin cities. He also appreciated the efforts of the administration of the AHF and the sponsors who worked really hard to make this show a great success. Brig. (Retd) Zaman Nasrullah Khan Niazi also thanked all participants who came from all across the country to take part in the competition. At the end of the function, Brig. (Retd) Zaman Nasrullah Khan Niazi distributed Medals, Trophies and cash prizes among the winners.

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