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Tony Allcock OBE, is an established Toy Breed judge. He has bred/ owned/ exhibited over 32 UK Champions in King Charles Spaniels, Chihuahuas and Japanese Chins.
Throughout the UK, at various Open Shows he has been invited to judge Best In Show 32 times.
In both 2017 and 2018 he owned/bred the UK’s No 1 Toy with two different dogs.
In 2018, by public vote, he was the ‘Pawscars UK Top Breeder’ (all breeds).
Tony currently works as a Chief Executive in English sport and was recently made an OBE (Officer of the British Empire) conferred by HM Queen Elizabeth II for services to Sport Administration.
In June of this year Tony was elected Chairman of The Kennel Club.
I am truly honored to be invited back to judge at this year’s prestigious Stockholm Show.
I began my judging career in 1975 in Norway where I bred Old English Sheepdogs under the prefix “Likeabear”. My lines are still producing champion generations around the world.
I have had the honor of judging my breed at the American National Specialty and The Melbourne Royal as well as assignments on 5 continents.
I have judged Bearded Collies and Swiss Mountain dog breeds at specialties and all breed shows around the world and am excited to be judging the Bernese Mountain Dog American National Specialty in 2020.
I have been FCl-iudge since l9l5 and I am registered in the German judging list. I am specialist for 63 different breeds and in 1987I qualified as an allrounder.
I started breeding Basset Hounds about 35 years ago. My bitch was the first Basset Hound of all FCl-countries to achieve the title "Champion International de Beaute". My first male Basset Hound won 13 Champion-titles and w.as awarded 3 working certifrcates.
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 l3 diflerent countries and sired many bitches coming from almost all parls of the world with the result of more than 1.600 puppies.
We lived in South Africa fbr 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 Argentina, Australia, Austria. Azerbaijan, Belgium, Belarus. Brazil. Canada. Chile. Clhina, Croatia, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, India, 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, Taiw-an, Thailand, Ukraine, USA, Zimbabwe.
I judged several times in the Sweden . I am looking forward to this show.
My first appointment in gundogs came in 1971 with Irish Setters, other breeds owned --Pointer- Chesapeake Bay Retriever and Labrador (working breed). Over the years I built up classes and numbers to be able to judge and award Kennel Club challenge certificates. I am now passed by The K.C. to award C.C's in 21 Gundog breeds plus the Gundog Group which I had the privilege to judge at Crufts in 2015.
I trained and worked my own Labradors and Chesapeakes to "the gun" which gave me much enjoyment.
I served on a general championship show committee for some 24 years becoming show manager.
I now serve on The Kennel Club's judges committee and represent the gundog group at National Gundog judges development program.
I have been fortunate to have judged in many European countries and have fond memories of judging in your Country, I very much look forward to being with you all in December.
I established the Inu-goya kennel in 1975 in partnership with Terje Johnsen, and the kennel’s first litter, a litter of Irish Water Spaniels, was born this year. The first litter of English Springers was born in 1979, and the first Welsh Springer litter in 1983. This kennel was honored with The Norwegian Kennel Club’s «Breeders Award» in 2001.
In 2000 Stig and I established the Westaway kennel. So far these kennels have bred 102 show champions - 76 English Springer Spaniel champions, 3 Irish Water Spaniel champions and 23 Welsh Springer Spaniel champions.
The kennels have also imported numerous dogs from other breeders, most of them from the UK. 37 of these have been made up – 20 English Springers, 6 Welsh Springers, 5 Irish Water Spaniels, 4 Curly Coated Retrievers, 1 Norfolk Terrier and 1 Deerhound, making it a total of 139 champions owned or bred by these kennels.
I judge all spaniels and retrievers at Championship level, and have judged in Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Norway, England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Germany, the Czech Republic and Australia.
Jag bor på landet utanför Nyköping med man, 2 barn och ett gäng hundar. Jag jobbar som legitimerad djursjukskötare på en klinik i Nyköping.
Jag har haft flatcoated retriever sedan jag föddes, min mamma födde upp dem under kennelnamnet Björshult. Jag gick med i kenneln 1986. Jag har 4 flatcoated retriever och föder numera upp borderterrier.
Jag använder mina flatcoated retriever till jakt, främst på änder. För mig är det viktigt att de behåller sina jaktliga egenskaper och med det den exteriör som gör dem smidiga i naturen och uthållig. Sundhet är a och o!
2011 gick jag domarutbildningen och samma år blev jag auktoriserad att döma flatcoated retriever. Jag har dömt flatcoated retriever i Sverige, Norge och Danmark ett antal gånger. Jag dömer också ett antal terrierraser.
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Garach Domech Angel
Breeder and exhibitor of the following breeds: Schnauzers all sizes, Airedale Terriers, Rottweilers, Wire Standard Teckel and Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, and the Andalusian Podenco.
International All Rounder judge under the FCI and the Spanish Kennel Club, I have been judging NDS & IDS Shows in most countries of the Europe, Canada, Australia, Korea, Thailand, Philippines, Kazajistan, Brazil, Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Argentina, All Baltic countries and Finland (Including the Contest Champion of Champions, Helsinki 1996).
EDS Poland, ISPU Lithuania.
WDS: Madrid 83, Valencia 92, Slovaquia & Budapest.
More than 300 shows in the last 30 years.
Russia, Eurasia 2017 & 2018.
Contest of Champions 2002 & 2014, London, England
Next appointments: 2019 Estonia, Sweden, Thailand, Portugal and Spain.
Appointed by the Spanish Schnauzer Club (CES) and Central Kennel Club like a Breed Specialist.
Founder member of the Andalusian Kennel Club in 1980, working there like Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer.
Deputy Chief Steward in the World Championship Shows in Madrid 83 and Valencia 92, and also chief Steward on the Main Ring.
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By now I have been a show judge for more than 15 years, for dachshunds as well as 15 other breeds such as all retrievers and spaniels as well as for French bulldogs. I am proud of my work in the FCI World Dog Show in Budapest, in FCI Euro Dog Shows and in some European and Federal Champions Exhibitions of VDH.
Why do I enjoy my work as a judge so much? There are two answers to the question: For once I do enjoy the company of dogs, even if it is just for the short time of the physical test and I like watching them in motion. The second answer is that I am good at appraising measures against pedigree standards. That makes judging easy for me and you probably agree with me, we all like doing what we are good at.
When judging I focus on two core areas: one being the unfettered and free of aggression behaviour of the dog toward the exhibitor. The other is the “fit for function” aspect. Is the presented dog capable of executing its originally assigned work based on its anatomy? Both aspects require a dog-oriented presentation of the dog by the exhibitor and ideally form a professional unity. Harmony is the key word.
Tillsammans med min sambo föder jag upp cairnterrier under kennelnamnet Rasken´s sedan drygt 40 år. Till dags dato har vi uppnått 132 egenuppfödda champions och ett antal inköpta och inlånade hundar därtill. Jag började min uppfödargärning med tysk schäferhund och det var också där jag fick grunderna till mitt exteriörintresse.
1995 blev jag auktoriserad domare och idag är jag auktoriserad för hela terriergruppen samt en hel del raser i grupp 1. Mina domaruppdrag har fört mig till flera länder utanför Norden, däribland Tyskland, Italien Tjeckien, Holland, Belgien, Ryssland, England och Australien.
I have been involved with dogs all my life. My passion for dogs started when I was no more than 12 years old and got my first Schnauzer. At that time I was living in Sweden, and helping out regularly at a Schnauzer Kennel. This allowed me the opportunity to show the Kennel´s dogs as well as my own.
Showing and breeding dogs remained a major part of my life - mainly English Springer Spaniels and Newfoundlands; several Champions and World Winners.
For the last 25 years I have been living in Denmark and it was here that I began judging. I feel my position as an all-breed judge to be a tremendous privilege. It has taken me to many parts of the world. However, in all my experience, I have never lost my great respect for dogs, breeders and exhibitors.
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I breed poodles of medium size and toy since 1982 with my wife Paola and my daughter Viviana, since 1990 with the prefix “Osmanthus”. Since I was a child dogs have always been part of my life and the passion for this breed has involved most of my free time without neglecting my small company in which, since 1977 we have been dealing with the construction of electronic equipment for industrial and civil automation. Retired at the end of 2014, I can spend more time with my passion for dogs and the dog world.
We breed with the aim of quality and not quantity. We produced one or two litters a year and now even less, but despite this, we have bred many World and European Champions, various Italian Champions, 55 International Champions, Champions in almost all European countries, Scandinavia, Israel, Russia, Australia, USA, Canada and South America.
The Osmanthus are World Champions in the years: 1992, 93, 94, 95, 96, 2011 and 2012. Veteran World Champions in 2000 and 2005. European Champions in: 1990, 96, 98, 99, 2000, 02, 03, 05, 07, 08, 2012 and Veteran European Champion in 2010. Our Ch. Osmanthus Allure Sensuelle represents our fifth generation of World and European Champions.
During these 37 years, I had the luck to meet the most important historical breeders and Expert Judges of the Dog World. All this has increased my passion, my cultural baggage and of which, I cherish their teachings with esteem and affection. In October 2006 I became a Poodle Expert judge and later on an International FCI Judge. I am currently qualified for all FCI breeds of groups 2, 5, 9,10 and some breeds of group 1.
I am a trainee Expert Judge for the poodle breed in Italy and in France, in which, I am qualified for the Confirmation as well. In these thirteen years, I had the honor to judge the 2013 and 2019 European shows, the 2015 World show, the most important International shows and specialties in whole Europe, Israel, Scandinavia , Canada, Russia and Japan.
I have written historical articles and comments for the KC and various specialized magazines.
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I was born and have spent the most of my life in Russia, in the city of St. Petersburg. My mother worked as a veterinarian. The first German shepherd dog was obtained by her family long before the Second World War.
My first own dog was an Airedale terrier female, which was obtained in 1973. My first Miniature schnauzer was brought from Czechoslovakia in 1978. She became the foundation female of my kennel – Tmavi Knir, which is the oldest Miniature schnauzer kennel in Russia and the countries of the former U.S.S.R.
In 1980 I became a dog show and working trials judge.
In 2000 our family with dogs moved to Finland. During these years more than 70 National and International Champions have been born in Tmavi Knir Kennel as well as World Winner. In 2013 the Finnish Kennel Club awarded me the Vuolasvirta award, which is the highest award for Finnish breeders as recognition of their outstanding result in breeding. Besides German shepherds, Airedale terriers, Miniature schnauzers and East European Shepherd, we had Dobermanns as well in our home, which belonged to my husband.
In 2013 the Finnish Kennel Club acknowledged me as an allrounder judge.
I am the architect, urban planner and designer, M.Sc., presently member of Parliament of Republic of Slovenia.
I have been in dog world since my childhood and for last 25 years I actively take part in Slovenian Kennel Club. Starting with Irish softcoated wheaten terrier, I promoted the breed in Slovenia.
My judging career initiated in 1995 with terriers. In 2015 FCI nominated me the all-breed judge.
I am the member of few National Stud Commissions for: terriers, sighthounds, schnauzers and pinchers, hovawarts and also the member of National Commission for Junior handling.
Often on judging panel in shows all round the world and in European and World dog shows, sometimes also lecturer of different K9 topics. Judging languages: Slovenian, English, French, German, Serbo-Croatian and Russian.
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I got my first Labrador in 1967 and I have had Labradors since that. I remember we visited NKK shows early in the sixties. My first bitch was mated to a Ch. Puhs Christopher Robin, and the owners of him, Brit and Arnfinn Havaker of Mallards kennel, introduced me to the Labrador world.
I started seriously breeding, under my prefix Fieldvalley, in 1987, with 2 imported bitches from England. Ch. Cambremer Bianca and Ch. Croftspa Chinatea, from two well-known show bloodlines. I have not bought any bitches since these two came into my kennel. I am now showing dogs, which is in the 9th generation from these two.I have breed and owned between 20-30 champions. I have a litter a year, just for to keep something for myself. I keep one or two puppies from every litter.
The highlight for my kennel was when Ch. Fieldvalley’s Carmen Sofie won BIS at the 100-years anniversary show at the Labrador Club in UK in 2016. She got the title GB. Sh. Ch. that day. The kennel has had top winning labrador in Norway 4 times.
I started judging in 2004, and I have been judged in a lot of countries in Europe, but the highlight has been awarding CC at championship shows in Britain. I have also judged in America, which was a great experience.
I look forward to judge Nordic Winner-19 in Sweden. I which you all good luck, and I feel honoured for every dog entered under me.
My life with dogs started around 1982 when we got our first two Basset Hounds. I got involved in the dog world and soon learned a lot about showing and breeding. Later Bloodhounds joined the Basset Hounds. Both breeds are beautiful to look at, but it is also nice to work with them. Then they really come to life.
At the moment we own two Bloodhounds. Around 1990 I got my first Pug and since then this small, active, beautiful breed is also in my house and in my heart.
I started judging in 2009 when I passed my first judging exam, for the Basset Hound. At this moment I am a group judge for FCI group 6. I am also qualified for breeds in group 9: Pug, French Bulldog, Boston Terrier, Griffon Bruxellois, Griffon Belge, Petit Brabancon, Tibetan Spaniel and Shih Tzu.
Besides judging at international shows in my own country and abroad I have had the honour to judge at specialties for Pugs, Bloodhounds, all the Basset breeds, all the group 6 hounds and Tibetan Spaniels in other countries.
I am looking forward to judge in Stockholm, the town where I was born.
In almost all my life I have been involved with dogs. My mother Elsa Edgren and I bred rough collie, shetland sheepdog and bearded collies under the prefix Bifrost between the years 1958-1973. We also had a cc-winning shi tzu, pug and some miniature poodles. Later also bred a couple of lhasa apso champions. We bred around 100 champions in those breeds. In 1972 The Swedish Kenel Club awarded us the Hamiltonplaketten, a most prestigeous prize for breeding top class dogs.
After my marriage to Per in 1973 we took the prefix Moorwood and only breed shetland sheepdog. We have now bred 100 champions and 33 of them are international champions. We have also bred 3 World winners and 2 Junior World winners. We were also the first foreign breeder to have bred a none English born sheltie to become GB Ch. You can find Moorwood in many pedigrees all around the world.
We have also imported 30 shelties from Australia, New Zealand, Canada and England. Most of them are titled and have strongly contributed to the standard of the shetland sheepdog.
In 1964 I started to judge in open shows. 1967 I was the founder of the Swedish Shetland Sheepdog Club. In 1976 I was authorized as a judge by the Swedish Kennel Club and my first breeds were collies, shelties and bearded collies.
I today judge in FCI groups 1,2,5,8,9,and 10. Have some breeds in group 3, 6 and 7. Is a mentor for new judges in Iceland. Also a teacher for Scandinavien judges that need more breeds. Have judged specialty shows as well as all breed shows in many parts of the world. In 2016 I was one of the panel of prestigous Sydney Royal Australia. Judge around 30 shows around the world each year. Always judges BIG or in many occasions BIS.
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