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I have had Whippets for over 40 years and bred under the kennel prefix “Alery”. I have been privileged to have bred some very nice dogs in that time span. One of my favourites was Am. & Can. Ch. Alery White Warlock, who was by Am. & Can. Ch. Morshor’s Whirlaway out of Ch. Winterfold Shining Hour. One of the nicest bitches that I bred was Am. & Can. Ch. Alery Which Witchs’ Which who was a delight to watch moving. I later had Am. & Can. Ch. Astrologer of Alery who was a Specialty winner in the USA.
I have owned Afghans, Silky Terriers and of course Whippets for many years.
I have been judging shows since 1976 here in Canada and have been able to judge around the world and see many breeds in many different countries along the way. I have judged in Australia, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark, USA and of course here in Canada. It has always been a pleasure to see dogs in different countries and assess them. My favourite thing is that we get to meet many people, from around the world who also judge. I stay in touch with many of them through this “thing”.
- Living outside Trondheim in the middle of Norway.
- Working as a marketing consultant in a newspaper office.
- Got my first dog in 1977, a Dalmatian, Stokklias Paper Moon. Active 31 years in the breed.
- Kennel prefix: Paper Moon (co-owner and handler Elisabeth Bugge Olsen).
- Breeder of Whippets and Great Danes nowadays, but also bred Dalmatians, Chihuahua and Lagotto romagnolo.
- Dog of the Year all breeds in Norway in 2000, Paper Moon´s Parisian Maiden (Whippet).
- BIS and BIS-breeder group at our main Great Dane Club Show.
- World Winner in Amsterdam, the blue GD, Multi Ch Hotpoints Regal Blue Star.
- Best in Show at Whippet Club Shows and Sighthound Shows.
- Several times top winning Dalmatians and Whippets in Norway.
- Judged my first open show in 1990, got my judging license for Dalmatians in 1995.
- All breed judge in 2010.
- Judging all over the world, between 30–40 weekends every year.
- Member of the Judging Educational and Standard Committees in Norwegian KC for many years.
- Other interests are reading, Italian cars and supporting my soccer-team Rosenborg!
- Really looking forward to judge again at my favorite show of the year – visited “Stora Stockholm” for the first time as an exhibitor in 1985 and have been there nearly every year since.
Grown up in a breeder family, since 1952 with Schnauzers and Giantschnauzers. Breeding under affix Tombola’s since 1965. The start was with a Standard Schnauzer bitch peppersalt.
During the years it was also brown Medium Poodles, Miniature Poodles black, Miniature Schnauzers black and peppersalt, Schnauzers black and peppersalt, Giant Schnauzers black and peppersalt, Hovawarts, Boston Terriers and Border Terriers. In Boston Terriers and Hovawarts 1979 and 1991, FCI-Worldchampions. In 1994 Vice Worldchampion and Junior Worldchampion in Standard Schnauzer peppersalt. From 1999 until 2003, three World- and also Junior World Champions in Miniature Schnauzers peppersalt and of course many National and International Champions. In theese days, after our parents have passed away, still breeding Standard and Miniature Schnauzers black and peppersalt and since six years also active in Affenpinscher.
First started in 1986 as a judge for all Schnauzers and Pinschers. Since then judge for more than 45 breeds in group 1, 2, 3, 5, 8 and 9. Also group judge for FCI group 2, 3, 5, 8 and 9 and since April 2010 allbreed judge. Also judging several times the Giants, Standards and Miniature Schnauzers and also Havanese, Yorkshire Terrier, Miniature Bull Terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier and Fox Terrier on FCI World and FCI European Dog Shows.
From 1994 to 2006 in the Swiss Kynological Society responsable for the Judges Commitee and between 2000 to 2006 also for the show commission and one of the two Vice presidents of the SKG. Since April 2006 member of honour of the Swiss Kynological Society, SKG.
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My career in dogs began in 1970 when I acquired my first Boxer. As I had asked for a show quality Boxer the breeder insisted I take him to at least one show. He won his class and we had our first “blue” ribbon. This was to influence the direction of my life for the next 40 years.
I began judging in 1987 and am now an International all breeds judge.
My International judging career has taken me to many parts of the world. I have had the privilege of judging in the following countries – England, Ireland, Canada, USA, Sweden, Norway, Germany, Denmark, India, South Africa, New Zealand, Malaysia, Thailand, South Korea, Taiwan, Indonesia, Singapore, Russia, Japan, Hong Kong, Vietnam, China and the Philippines.
Some of my more memorable and prestigious judging appointments include:
- Madras KC –National Show – on three occasions.
- Lower Mainland Dog Fanciers – Vancouver Canada – October 1997, 1999, 2002, 2007 and 2009 - this is billed as the largest dog show in Canada
- Bullmastiff Fanciers of Canada Championship Show – October 1999
- American Boxer Club National Specialty – May 1997
- Boston Terrier Club of Canada National – October 1997
- Malaysian Kennel Association 164th Championship Show – 25th April 1999
- Cotswold Boxer Club Championship Show – 3rd December 2000
- Swedish Boxer Club (Stockholm) – 8th September 2001
- Stockholm Kennel Club International Ch Show – 30/31 March 2002
- SPARS Ch Show – St Petersburg, Russia – May 2003
- Eurosieger Dog Show – Dortmund, Germany – May 2005
- LMDF Vancouver Canada – October 2007
- French Bulldog National Canada – Vancouver – October 2007
- HUND07 –SKC- Stockholm – December 2007
- FCI-CACIB/AKU/Perkin Int All Breeds – 15th/16th March 2008
I have also met with some success as a breeder and exhibitor of Boxers and Boston Terriers. Having bred or owned over 100 champions and these dogs have won over 150 Best Exhibit in Show awards. In mentioning our dogs I would like to honour 2 Boxers in particular – Grand Champion Thasrite Prince Charming SOM winner of 27 BIS Championship Show awards. He was also NSW CC Show Dog of the Year in 1993 and Best Exhibit in Show at the Canberra Royal Show in 1992 and the Nation’s # 1 Boxer 1992/93/94. Grand Champion Thasrite Topless Bikini (AI) won BIS at All-Breed Championship Shows on 26 occasions and was # 1 Boxer in Australia for 1998 and 1999 and among the top show dogs all breeds during those years.
Some more Best in Show winning homebreds – namely, BIS Grand Ch Thasrite Melodrama (15 BIS) and BIS/BISS Aust Grand Ch/RSA Ch Thasrite The New Yorker SOM (BOB/Group 2 Sydney Royal 2003) a winner of some 20 BIS awards (in Aust and RSA) and Australia’s #1 Boxer 2003/04. Also, successfully campaigned in Queensland in partnership the multi BIS winner BIS Grand Ch Thasrite Angel’s Brat. In recent years I have also been involved in the breeding or exhibition of Pugs and Labrador Retrievers.
I have also been involved for many years in dog show administration. Having been involved as show manager, club secretary and until recently all breeds dog club president for over 10 years. I have also been involved in judges training and assessment.
Started to judge in the 1960’s and first awarded C.C.S. in 1970. Exhibited the “Clickam” rough collies with great success, having champions in all recognized colours. In the 1970–1980’s exhibited the “Frankanwen” longhaired dachshounds and at present has an interest in the Brooklynson rough collies, one of the top Kennels in the U.K.
Now awards C.C.S. to 25 breeds across 4 groups and judges Pastoral, Working and the Utility groups plus Best in Show.
Officiated at Crufts on 14 occasions, judged the Pastoral group in 2002 and the Working group in 2004. Will have the honor of judging Best in Show at Crufts in 2016. He has judged in almost every country in the world.
I was born in Norway in 1961 and my first dog was a Cocker Spaniel which my parents bought for me as a child. When I was 16 years old I bought a Newfoundland and two years later I got another one. This was a bitch with show potential and I bred my first two litters and registered my Cannonbear prefix in Norway before I moved to Denmark in 1991. Since then I have bred 1–2 litters of Newfoundlands a year. I have owned and bred nine Newfoundland World Winners and have numerous times been Newfoundland breeder of the year in Denmark. I co-owned Dog of the year all breeds in DK some years ago.
I became a judge in 1996 and I am passed for a number of breeds in group 2 and 8. I have judged in all the Nordic countries, several countries in Europe and in the US. I am judging Bernese Mountain Dogs at the big Stockholm show in 2014; a challenge I am looking very much forward to.
Min första ras var rottweiler och jag har varit rasen trogen genom åren. Den ras som jag aktivt ställt ut och fött upp är dock pyrenéerhunden. Jag har också haft shiba inu.
Min domarkarriär är 35 år lång och jag har dömt i alla skandinaviska länder, i de flesta europeiska länderna samt Kanada, Australien och Nya Zeeland. Jag är auktoriserad att döma raser i FCI grupperna 1,2,3,5,6,8,9 och 10.
Förutom hundar tycker jag om att resa, läsa och lyssna på klassisk musik. Jag är en ivrig bibliofil av äldre och nyare hundböcker.
Frank Kane showed his first dog, a cocker spaniel, as a schoolboy in 1962 and has been involved in the dog world ever since. Whilst at university he made up two Sealyham Terriers in partnership, into UK champions. After university in 1972 he bought his two foundation bitches in American cockers as the foundation for his Hirontower kennel. One of these became a champion and both bred champions.
Frank became a championship show judge in the UK in 1974. He is now approved by the UK Kennel Club to judge all groups and Best in Show. In 2012 he judged Best in Show at Crufts. Frank is Chairman of the Breed Standards committee in the UK. For the past 10 years he has been part of the television commentary team at Crufts.
Author of three books on dogs and a regular contributor to the canine press, Frank still finds tme for other hobbies, especially in the horse world where he is an occasional judge.
For as long as he can remember, Fred has had a passion for purebred dogs. This perhaps was manifested by his reading of “My Own Brucie” at which point he was determined to emulate the author and win Westminster.
Since that point he as bred internationally award winning Chows having the Top Dog in three countries simultaneously. His most famous Chow was Can.Am. Ch. Mi-Tu’s Han Su Shang,a group winner at Westminster, winner of 2 US National Specialties, and the Top Dog All-Breeds in Canada. Many of Shang’s children went on to win international titles as well as many US & Canadian Specialty Shows.
Moving from Chows, saw the introduction to French Bulldogs (early ‘80’s). Thanks to the assistance from De La Parure kennels, he has had 4 World Winners, the top bulldog in Holland, and multiple specialty show wins in Europe. Omar Sharif de la Parure is his most notable, followed by Colonel Trussardi de la Parure and Zenith de la Parure, both world champions.\
Today his household is ruled by two Frenchies, and his busy judging life has seen him officiate at shows around the world. He was honoured to have judged Frenchie Specialties in Canada, the United States,Austria and Taiwan, and this past year he had the prestigious honour of judging Frenchie Males and BOB at the WDS in Budapest.
He has the honour of judging in Asia, Australia, New Zeland, Europe, North and South America, and he is delighted to return to judge at Sweden's most prestigious show.
G, H, I
I got my first show dog when I was 13 – a deerhound. Spent some summers as a teenager in England working with dogs and getting my basic British dog know how. I started breeding greyhound 1966 after having bred some litters of deerhounds. My greatest achievement was the greyhound bitch bred by me and Bo Bengtson, Ch Piruett, becoming dog of the year 1975 in Sweden.
My greyhound breeding covers nine consecutive generations and last year added a new litter from my old lines. I am co breeding (and thus no prefix). The breeding has produced some very important brood bitches and stud dogs and founding the dynasty of Scandinavian greyhounds dominating the scene and influencing the breed both in England and the States.
Judging since 1966 – FCI all breed judge since 1997. Judged Crufts, FCI World shows, Australian Royal Agriculture Shows, repeatedly CC level in England. AKC/Eukanuba invitational USA, Eurasia Show Russia and FCI Asian International Dog Show in Tokyo and Contest of Champions in England and so on. BIS assignments in US, Europe, Australia, Asia, South America. Judging about 30 to 40 shows a year (all over the world).
The last twenty months especially noteworthy are the Sydney Royal (April 2012) the FCI World Shows in Austria (2012) and Hungary (2013) The Finnish, Norwegian, Iceland and Swedish National Winner shows; FCI European Winner, Birmingham National CC, Richmond CC. Major CACIB shows in Portugal, France, Slovenia Peru Switzerland, the Scandinavian countries, Greece and Italy.
I have been president of the Swedish Greyhound Club and board member of the Swedish Sighthound Club. At present member of the central board of the Swedish Kennel Club, and earlier chairman of the Standard Committee of the Swedish Kennel Club. I am a member of the English Kennel Club.
Since 2007 I am the chairman of the working group of the Swedish Kennel Club for development of the preventive program against the risks of extreme types in show dogs jeopardizing the health and soundness. This has resulted in the document Breed Specific Instructions (BSI) regarding exaggerations in pedigree dogs where 46 breeds listed. This project is now part of the routine in Sweden and has become a model for other countries building up the strategy for repairing health and soundness of purebred dogs. The project is expanding towards a common Scandinavian program. I have lectured about our experience at the centennial of the FCI in November 2011 and at the FCI conference in Paris 2014.
I am a paediatrician, psychoanalyst and child psychiatrist (Stockholm Medical University of Karolinska Institute) – semi retired – at present involved in research and clinical work with seriously ill and disturbed refugee children from central Asian and former Soviet republics. Got a prestigious award for this work and appointed the (still unofficial) whistle blower for the work for these unfortunate immigrants. Love opera and as a child I have heard Jussi Björling, Birgit Nilsson and Maria Callas (at Covent Garden 1958).
I have been a FCI-judge since 1975 and I am registered in the Germanjudging list. I am specialist for 63 different breeds and in 1987 I qualified as an allrounder.
I started breeding Basset Hounds about 35 years ago. My bitch was the first Basset Hound of all FCI-countries to achieve the title "Champion International de Beaute". My first male Basset Hound won 13 Champion-titles and was awarded 3 working certificates.
As I always longed to have a big dog, on behalf of my birthday in the year 1985 my husband surprised me with a Doberman. This dog, Graf Guido vom Franckenhorst, bred in the Netherlands held 20 Champion-titles in 13 different countries and sired many bitches coming from almost all parts of the world with the result of more than
1 600 puppies.
We Iived in South Africa for five years, but after the death of my husband I moved back to Germany in 2003.
I have judged in nearly all parts of the world, for instance in Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Belarus, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Croatia, Czech. Republic, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Kasachstan, Kenya, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Ukraine, USA and Zimbabwe.
This is not the frrst time I am judging in Sweden. I am looking forward to this show.
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Joao Vasco Pocas
Pyrenean Mountain Dog breeder since 1987, and also owner of Boxer and Saint Bernard, breed’s name Domaine de L’ Étoile. Owner and breeder of several champions.
Was president of the Portuguese Newfoundland Club, vice president of the Portuguese Great Dane Club and of the Portuguese Saint Bernard Club, President of the Boxer Club and member of the Portuguese KB Breeding committee.
FCI International judge since 1996 of Group 2 and Group 10. Has judged in all countries in Europe as well as USA and Australia.
With my partner Jürgen Papenfuß I started in Irish Wolfhounds in the year 1973 followed later by Deerhounds, Whippets and Greyhounds. In all those years we kept close contact, even making friends with many of the old
breeders, trying to learn as much as possible from them, watching them judge and going to all the big shows in Britain.
We relied on the expert judgement of longstanding breeders. Ruth and Leslie Jenkins ‘Eaglescrag’n, Susan Hudson ‘Brabyns’, Mesdames Harrison and Atfield ‘Sanctuary’, Ms. Anastasia Noble ‘Ardkinglas’, Mrs. Glenis Peach ‘Kilbourne’, and the friendly advice of Bil Siggers ‘Ouborough’. The co-operation in later years with Dagmar Kenis ‘Solstrand’ and Pamela and Jim Paloma ‘Erinwood’, combined with the exchange of stud dogs resulted in many fine Wolfhounds.
In over 30 years we bred more than 300 champions in all four breeds. German and international in 21 different countrys, 12 world winners, over 40 Bundes- and Europasieger, BIS at our 2 biggest shows like Bundessieger und Europasieger, countless group winners and BIS at Specialtys. Oelmühle hounds are exported in 24 countrys. My judging of the two breeds, Scottish Deerhounds and Irish Wolfhounds, started in the beginning of 1982. I’ve judged as breeder-judge at CH-Shows like Bundessieger and Europasieger, important shows like Paris and Vienna, Clubshows in England, Ireland, North Ireland, Scandinavia, Sweden, Skokloster, the World-Show in Stockholm, Netherlands, Switzerland, and the United States at the West- and Eastcoast and Canada. In 2007 I was honored by the German Kennel Club (VDH) for our outstanding breeding of Irish Wolfhounds over many years, and awarded the “Baron von Gingins” medal.
Född 1947 och är pensionerad banktjänsteman. Har alltid varit hund- och djurintresserad. Hade långhårig tax i familjen på 1950-talet och har haft boxer sedan 1962. Kontakt med collie sedan 1963. Liten uppfödning i Kalles Kennel. Importerat några avelshundar från England. Blev auktoriserad exteriördomare 1977 och är allrounddomare sedan 1997. Dömer cirka 35 helger per år och har dömt i alla världsdelar.
I have lived with dogs since my childhood. Our family has always had some miniature schnauzers for catching mice and rats in our thoroughbred horses stable. A brown miniature poodle came into my life 1961 and became my first international champion that’s how I got interested in dog shows. Before my wedding in 1968 we were joined by a Barsoi, Orlow´s Kafkas, and he also won the title of a international champion. I have bred more than 65 international champions and 25 world champions. Many Best in Show winners and group winner, all under my kennel name Superstar. Also to be mentioned the first Swiss bred American champion, Superstar´s Bolero, handled by Densis McCoin. At present my fourth Barsoi, international champion Sirhan Puskhin Antonovitch from Canada, lives together with three miniature poodles.
Fascinated by the show atmosphere, I decided to go into judging. In 1961 I passed the examination by the Swiss Kennel Club and received my license as a poodle judge. I continued my training and shortly afterwards I was allowed to judge other lovely breeds. Since 2008 I am an allrounder and special judge of 50 different breeds. I suppose that excellent quality of the poodles, which I myself have bred and handled for many years in Europe, helped me to obtain confidence as a judge.
For the last 20 years I have had an opportunity to judge at the most important shows in Europe and other parts of the world. After 30 years of judging I’m still full of motivation when I stand in the ring. I love and enjoy seeing all these wonderful dogs and it is very exciting ´to compare the different quality between countries or even continents.
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Mark began his involvement with pedigree dogs 36 years ago when he was 10 years old exhibiting his first breed, Afghan Hounds. He began judging when he was 16 years and was also a finalist at the Junior Handling Association Finals in the same year. In 30 years of judging he has been approved to judge over 40 breeds in the hound, utility and toy groups. He is approved to judge the hound, utility group and Best in Show at championship show level and is one of only five UK judges to judge all hound breeds. He has judged all over the world, including many national specialities and at Crufts on numerous occations.
He has owned and bred around 20 UK champions in Afghan Hounds, Miniature Wire Haired Dachshunds, PBGV's, Ibizan Hound's and a Tibetan Terriers including multi group winners and BID winner CH Araki Fabulous Willy sho later went onto BIS Crufts 2007. Along with this he has owned the youngest champion PBGV and the youngest Afghan bitch champion in the history of the breed and has been the owner of profilic series in both Afghans and PBGV.
He is currently chairperson of the Afghan Hound Association having served on its committee for many years and has been involved in judges education in several hound breeds. He is show manager at Houndshow, the largest one day hound show in the world and is vice chairman and show manager of Reading and District Canine Society. He is an active member of the Committee of Southern Counties Championship Dog Show and he is also an elected member of the Board of Directors of the English Kennel Club and sits on various committees and working parties.
Dr. Niksa Lemo is an international championship dog show judge. He has judged at plenty of national and international dog shows in Croatia and abroad (Slovenia, The Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Poland, Russia, Portugal, United States of America, Finland, Norway, Gibraltar, Monte Negro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Denmark, Australia, Belgium, Hungary, Austria, Greece, Sweden, France, Estonia, Ukraine, Germany, Iceland, Mexico, Uruguay and Brazil). In January 1992 he was licensed for the first breed, Doberman.
From December 2010 he is full licensed as all round judge. Up until today, he has already judged all groups and BIS competitions, including the final of junior handling competition on European Dog Show 2007. As a pincher and schnauzer specialist he has been invited to the most prestigious shows as World Dog Show, European Dog Show, Eurasia, Nordic Winner, Finnish winner, Mediterranean winner, Spanish National and other worldwide breed’s national specialties. He was selector judge for the Swiss selective competition for Eukanuba World Challenge, moreover he judged different champion of champion shows worldwide.
As a member of the Croatian Kennel Club (CKC) he worked in The Committee for Breeding (1994–1998) and he is actually a member of The Show and Judge Committee and the president of The Scientific Committee. Dr. Lemo is a university professor and board certified veterinary dermatologist (ECVD). He teaches veterinary dermatology and canine science at the Zagreb University. He conducts the seminars for student judges, judges and breeders in collaboration with CKC, also he was an invited speaker for Dalmatian and English bulldog at world club breed conferences. In scientific interests, his master thesis is about hip dysplasia in dogs and his PhD presented genetically population study in dogs. He was coauthor in review article of evolution of Dalmatian dogs and relation with other canine breeds.
Niksa Lemo breeds Miniature schnauzers (black and salt and pepper) and co-breeds German shorthaired pointer. In his career he has owned, co-owned and showed Doberman, Pug, Standard schnauzer, German Shorthair pointer, Tibetan mastiff, Tibetan spaniel and Irish setter.
Ole J. Staunskjaer
I was born into a dog family. Since 1929 my parents were breeding Great Danes under the kennel name Blaaholm and they were enthusiastic exhibitors of harlequin Great Danes. Today my daughter Camilla and I are continuing the breeding of Great Danes in the Blaaholm name. Fortunately my whole family is involved in dog sports – my wife Tove has been a very successful Lhasa Apso breeder with the kennel name Palomino.
I started judging Great Danes in 1956 and became all-round judge in 1988. Over the years I have judged in about 70 countries. I am an honorary member of the Danish Kennel Club and have been a member of the general committee for 25 years. I am also an honorary member of the Great Dane Club in Denmark and have been a member of the general committee of this club for 36 years.
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I judge Best in Show, Gundog and Terrier groups as well as breeds in; Gundog, Terrier, Hound, Utility, Pastoral and toy groups with 39 breeds over these groups in the UK at championship level for The Kennel Club.
I have judged in many countries all over the world. We have been involved with various Gundogs and Norfolk Terriers, and since 1976 bred/owned Weimaraners. Currently top breeder all breeds in the UK and have been more than 15 times.
Philip John became an All Breeds Judge on the KCI panel in 1977 and has over 3 decades of international judging experience. He is also an accredited FCI Judge. Philip has judged shows in the following Australasian countries: Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, China, Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and India. He has also judged major shows in Europe in: Finland, Sweden, Norway and Demark. Estonia, Latvia, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Hungary, and Slovakia, as well as, in South Africa, Brazil, and Canada. Philip’s major appointments over the years include World Dog Shows, as well as, several ‘Royal’ shows in Australia.
The 2014 appointments include:
January – Moscow: Dachshund Specialty Show
June – Jakarta, Melbourne, and Auckland – All Breeds
August – 3x Summer Shows, Jönköping, Sweden (Breeds/Best in Show)
– World Dog Show – Helsinki (SS Dachshund, Saluki, Pekingese)
September – Taiwan – All Breeds
November – Brisbane, Australia – All Breeds
December – Stockholm, Sweden (Rottweiler, GSD, OESD, Schipperke)
He has officiated as Specialist judge at Sight Hound, Dachshund, Labrador, Doberman, Boxer, Rottweiler, Great Dane, Dalmatian, Afghan, Basenji, Pug and Tibetan breeds shows. Philip was involved with several breeds. He has bred Doberman, Lhasa Apso, Beagle, Dachshund (STD Smooth) and GSD. He has shown Greyhound and Whippet. He is the President of the Dachshund Specialty Club of India.
- Började döma 1977 och blev all rounder 1997.
- Dömer återkommande i främst Västeuropa och Storbritannien. Har dömt på Crufts sedan 1993, bland annat Toy Group 2014. Har dömt alla grupper och BIS på Leeds, Midland Counties samt Windsor 2014. Har även dömt i Sydamerika, USA, Australien och Japan.
- Första kvinnliga BIS-domaren på FCI Europa Winner utställning (Bratislava 2004).
- Är hittills den enda domare som vunnit BIS på Stockholm Int Winter Show (med mops 1975) samt dömt BIS på HUND-2004.
- Köpte sin första mops 1965 och har fött upp 46 mopschampions. Belönades med Hamiltonplaketten 1982.
- Köpte första pekingesen 1971 och har fött upp två champions.
- Köpte första norwichterriern 1972 och fött upp 160 champions. Belönades med Svenska Terrierklubbens Guldmedalj 1979.
- Importerade de första lagotto romagnolo till Norden 1995 och har fött upp 28 champions.
- Har ägt ytterligare 51 champions i de fyra raserna, vilka är uppfödda av andra.
- Har sammanlagt fött upp och/eller ägt 285 champions.
- Bland annat i Svenska Kennelklubbens Standardkommitté sedan 1991 och i FCI Standards Commission sedan 1999 (ordförande sedan 2007).
- Ledamot i Svenska Kynologiska Akademin.
- Journalist och författare av ett flertal hundböcker och lexikon på svenska och engelska, bland annat texterna om hund i Nationalencyklopedin. Varit redaktionssekreterare på Svenska Kennelklubbens tidskrift Hundsport 1981–2012.
- Initierade 1982 Hundsports båda tävlingar Årets uppfödare och Årets utställningshund, samt tävlingen Hundsports Blågula hund på senare år.
I started my dog activity in 1975 showing my fathers Pointers. Since then I've been a consistent exhibitor and breeder. I became a judge in 1983. Nowadays I'm an F.C.I. allrounder judge. I've judged in almost every country in Europe as well as Brazil, New Zealand, Australia, Israel, Argentina, Colombia, Equador, México, Chile, Japan, Canada, China, Thailand, Indonésia and Kenya.
I'm also approved by the KC to award CCs in Pointers, Cocker Spaniels and West Highland and White Terriers, Labradors, Bull Terriers, Cairn Terriers, Daschunds, Irish Setters, Shih Tzu and G.S. Pointers.
I've judged in that country The Pointer Club Champ Show, The Southern Pointer Club Ch Sh, Leeds Ch Sh, Birmingham National Ch. Sh, The Cocker Club of Scotland Ch Sh, Bath Ch Sh, City of Birmingham Ch Sh, Richmond Ch Sh, Welsh KC Ch Sh, Blackpool Ch Sh and Gundog Breeds of Scotland Ch Sh.
Major FCI events includes the World Winner show in Brussels 1999 (Am Cocker Spanniels), Helsinky Euro Winner Show (Standard and Toy Poodles, Aust Terriers, Spanish Water Dogs, Best of Group 7), Zagreb Euro Winner Show (Shih Tzu and Bull Terriers), Dublin Euro Winner Show 2009, Lewarden Euro Winner Show 2011, Bratislava World Winner Show 2009, Slovenia Euro Winner Show 2010, Hernig World Winner Show 2010 and Paris World Winner Show 2011, Budapest World Winner Show 2013 and Euro Winners Show 2013. Also appointed for World Winner Shows 2014 and 2016. Hound group judge at World Winner Show in Budapest 2013 and apointed to judge Pointers at Crufts 2016.
Still active as a breeder producing Pointer champions at home and abroad.
S, T, U, V, W
Skaffade sin första hund, en cairnterrier, 1959. Uppfödare av griffon bruxellois och petit brabancon under kennelprefixet Vendettas. Har tidigare fött upp skotsk terrier (under 40 år), norwich terrier, sealyhamterrier och rottweiler. Fick Hamiltonplaketten för sin uppfödning av skotsk terrier 1979.
Auktoriserad domare sedan 1970 Terriergruppen, Gruppallrounder grupp 3
Dömer också alla varianter av schnauzer och pinscher, svart terrier, griffonraserna och ett tiotal andra raser i grupp 9. Dömer även cocker spaniel, schipperke, thai ridgeback dog, mexican hairless dog och shar pei.
Har dömt i Skandinavien, Island, England, Skottland, Irland, USA, Japan, Australien, Tyskland, Österrike, Schweiz, Frankrike, Luxemburg, Belgien, Holland, Estland, Ungern, Italien, Spanien, Slovenien, Slovakien, Tjeckien, Ryssland och Ukraina.
Soile Bister got her first qualification in 1981 and is now qualified to judge all breeds. She has judged in the following countries: the Nordic countries, Australia, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Cyprus, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Indonesia, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Israel, Kazakshtan,Korea, Latvia, Lithuania, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland and Ukraine.
She has been a very successful breeder especially in Miniature Schnauzers, having bred several European and World Champions and International Champions. She purchased her first dog in 1967 and bred her first litter in 1971. She is a professional groomer. She has been awarded the Vuolasvirta Breeder's Plaque of the Finnish Kennel Club.
She has been very active in the club work in many clubs, having been a.o.t the President of the Schnauzer & Pinscher Club and the Dog Breeders' Association.
She has been a member in several Kennel Club committees and has been decorated by several breed clubs. She has published a book about Miniature Schnauzers.
Svein Bjarne Helgesen
I started to breed English cocker spaniel in the middle of 1970. Later I also started breeding Lhasa Apso. I´ve owned and bred about 60 champions under the prefix TANAC.
I was also the owner of Bamsevinner in 1986, what we call the top winning dog of all breeds in Norway. It was my Lhasa Apso, Saxonspring Fol De Rol. My own bred English cocker spaniel, Tanac New Fachion, was number two top winning in 1984 and the top winning Spaniel in Norway for five years.
I started to judge dogs in 1990 and become New All Rounder in Norway in 2012. I have judged in most of the countries in Europe as well as Russia, Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, Canada and Israel.
My name is Svein Bjørnes, I was born in 1968 in Norway and lived there until 1996. Then I moved to Copenhagen and met my partner, which I am living with. In 2003 we found interest in the beautiful breed, Coton de Tulear.
We fell in love with the beautiful breed, and found a breeder here in Denmark who has been a breeder for many years and our first dog was found. After almost two years with dog shows in the Nordic countries with him, we needed to have one more and started to look after a female of the same breed. We found her in Spain from the famous Woodland Cottage breeder, but in the same time we also got a beautiful Coton de Tulear male from the breeder Tidelidee´s in Norway and we still have great success with those dogs.
We have been traveling around Europe – Nordic – and the world, and we have met a lot of very nice people and also made new contact with many dog friends all over the world. We have brought home both Europe, World Winners and Multi Champion titles and a lot of trophies.
In our home we also have one beautiful Lhasa Apso, from a very good breeder in Denmark, that we have been showing and until further got Junior World Winner and Multi Champion titles and WVV Title 2014. One Miniature Poodle is also in our family, right now he is a family dog. A new member has arrived to our family, a Tibetan Terrier on 5 months! Our dogs are living in our house, as fully members of our family.
I started on my judge education in 2008, and in 2011 I was authorized for the five breeds in the Bichon family. I have been judging officials and unofficials shows in Denmark as well as other Nordic and Europian countries.
I have been involved in dog breeding (kennel Caballus) and dog showing for over 40 years. I started with Dalmatians. Since 1986 I have owned and bred Curly Coated Retrievers, my main breed of interest. I have also bred Jack Russell Terriers and Gordon Setters. I have bred five English Champions (three full champions in Curlies) and the Gordon Setter record holder (36 CC’s) in males in UK.
My profession is a veterinarian and my special interest is in reproduction: artificial insemination and semen freezing. I have a canine semen bank, Vetmasters at Petvet Clinic in Turku, Finland.
I have been FCI judge since 1993. Currently I am judging group 7 and 8, and parts of group 3 and 6. I have judged the Breed Speciality of Curly Coats in Australia, Britain and USA and all Gundogs in most European countries and Russia.
Personally I prefer outdoor life with dogs and spend my free time hiking and biking in the summer and skiing in the winter. I train my Curlies for working and I want to keep it a dual purpose breed.
My life has always been influenced by a poodle. I remember very well a miniature black poodle named GIOK (dog of an unknown origin) who lived in the house were I was born. When I was a little more grown up, a brown standard poodle came (at that time standard poodle were maximum 55 cm tall and not a stall as nowadays). This poodle was coming out from a renowned Italian brown poodle breeding dell AGABAM famous for that colour. His breeder was Miss Carla Gallazzi, a typical personage.
After one dog came in our house for the first time, a white standard poodle from the french breeding du Grand Jeu of Mr Holy, my life with white poodles started. My starting as an exhibiter was accidental; my mother, who was taking care of the dog, got sick and I brought the dog to be groomed. Just before us on the grooming table was a white poodle groomed in a way that I had never seen before.
I asked the groomer which breed it was and he answered it was the same breed of my dog, but groomed "continental stile" because it used to be presented at dog shows. I did not even know that beauty contests for dogs existed, beside those for girls. The groomer told me that if I whished he could groom my dog in the same way. So it happened! I started showing in 1956 at Terminillo show (near Rome) judged by a nice judge from Milano Dr. Pierangelo Pesce. From that moment my adventure as an exhibiter began, and later as a breeder and finally as a judge.
During my "dogloving" life, I have produced Italian and International champions; Swiss, Montecarlo, France (six of it not easy at call for that moment) European, Worldwide, St. Marino, Austria, etc. In 1961 ENCI and FCI granted me for the affix DELLA GENS VALERIA. I was part of the C.C.C. (Club of the breeds of 9°group) from its start when Marquise Maria Luisa Bourbon del Monte (Pekingese breeder "di Capalbio") was chairman, becoming member of the committee of the club when Mrs. Tina Violi became chairman. She has been my teacher and I have learned everything i know about dogs from her!
For several years I have been a member of the committee of the Gruppo Cinofilo Romano, organizing roman dog show (they where really beautiful) at Villa Borghese and Parco dei Daini. Encouraged by Mrs. Violi in the seventies I passed my examinations at the E.N.C.I. to become a poodle judge.
During my career I have judged all over Europe, europian champion, worldwide, national d'elevage in France, Russian, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Austria, Czech rep, Hungary, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, Holland, Ireland, Danemark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Ukraine, Croatia, Slovenjia, etc. and soon not only poodles, but also for all the 9° group of toy breeds, that I have judged since 1994.
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Jag bor på Ekerö utanför Stockholm, köpte min första mops 1965 och föder upp mops i liten skala under kennelnamnet Zodiakens. Just nu finns det fyra mopsar och en flat coated retriever i huset.
Jag blev autoriserad som exteriördomare 1986 och dömer retriever i grupp 8. I grupp 9 dömer jag Bostonterrier, cavalier king charles spaniel, fransk bulldog, king charles spaniel, mops, tibetansk spaniel, shih tzu, papillon och phalene.
Jag har dömt i Sverige, Norge, Finland, Danmark, Irland, Italien, Holland och Schweiz samt mopsspecial i Moskva och flat coated retriever på Open Show i England.
Andra intressen förutom hundar är natur, trädgård och jaktträning med min flat coated retriever tik.
OBS! Bara hundar som deltar på Stockholm Hundmässa eller är föranmälda får följa med in på mässan.