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Corpul de Arbitri

Peter Schön(Germania)
Andrzej Kazmierski(Polonia)
Dorota Witkowska(Polonia)
Branislav Rajic Bane(Slovenia)
Kimmo Mustonen(Finlanda)
Szabo Zsolt Sandor(Ungaria)
Gabriela Veiga (Portugalia)
Astrid Lundava (Estonia)
Lars Widén (Suedia)
Carlos Quiñones(Columbia)
Serghei Volinets (Moldova)
Jean-Francois Vanaken (Belgia)
Cristian Stefanescu(Romania)
Petru Muntean (Romania)
Cristian Vantu (Romania)
Kelemen Attila(Romania)
Lokodi Csaba Zsolt(Romania)
Magdas Julia (Romania)
Alexandra Jors (Romania)
Catrinel Pauna (Romania)



Andreas Savva - Cyprus fb-icon
savvaI was born in Larnaca, Cyprus where I have finished High School in 1981.
All my life I have owned dogs. I had my first German Shepherd in the late 1980s and became a member of the SV-Germany “Verein fuer Deutsche Schaeferhunde” and a Member of the Cyprus Kennel Club the same time.
I own and breed German Shepherds and German Shorthair Pointers.
I am owner of the FCI-Kennel “House Scala”.
Also I am breeding inspector for the district Larnaca, and I have been in various positions in the German Shepherd Club of Cyprus, as well as president of the Disciplinary Committee of the Cyprus Kennel Club.
As a judge I had until now the pleasure to judge at shows in Australia, the Philippines, Taiwan, Russia, Ukraine, Greece, France, Romania and other European Countries.
As FCI Judge I am licensed for the FCI groups 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 on CAC level and 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 on CACIB level with speciality all of Group 1, and all of Group 7. 

Peter Schön - Germany fb-icon

psBorn 7.9.1947, member of PSK since 1983, breeder of Schnauzer pepper and salt vom Achterplätzchen with my first wife . Special judge for all pinscher and schnauzer breeds since 1990 and also breed comissioner for PSK and judge for Turnierhundesport and Agility. Chairman of VDH section Franken/Oberpfalz and organizer of CACIB Nürnberg. Special judge for all Molosser breeds and Shar-Pei and since 2013 judge for FCI group 2. Owner of 2 miniature schnauzer, 1 Tosa Inu, 1 Miniaturbullterrier and a young Giant schnauzer 

Andrzej Kaźmierski - Poland
kazmAndrzej Kaźmierski is a full Professor of Zoology at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, specialized in acarology.
He has been approved as a judge for all Terrier breeds in 1979; at present he is licensed to judge all breeds, final competitions and Junior Handling. He has been the President of the Terrier Club in Poland since 1987. In General Committee of the Polish Kennel Club he was the member of the Breeding Commission, as well as he is still a vice president of Judges Commission. In these functions he was one of three Polish
delegates at the General Assemblies of the FCI in Dortmund (1991)and Mexico City (1999).
He was co-editor of the official Polish Kennel Club Magazine "Pies" (="Dog") and the author of many articles (among others on phylogenesis of Canidae and Canis familiaris and genetics), also of TV special programs about dog breeds.
Being the Vice-President of the Poznan branch of the Polish Kennel Club he has worked in the organizing committee of several, important in Europe, International CACIB Dog Shows in Poznań,including the European Winner Show in 2000, the Middle&Eastern European Cup in 2001, and especially World Dog Show' 2006 (twenty-one thousand dogs, world record!), which was very successful according to many opinions from abroad.
His own breeds have been Airedale Terriers an American Staffordshire Terriers, which have been shown very successfully, winning a numerous important titles. He is especially interested in all terrier breeds, as well as Dachshounds, Retrievers, Newfoundlands, Schnauzers and some others. He has been judging at many shows in Poland and more than thirty countries in Europe and overseas (among others: European Shows, World Shows, also Eurasia Shows and Helsinki Winner).
President of the Polish Kennel Club (elected in May 2017).

Dorota Witkowska - Poland fb-icon

dorotaI’m a dog breeder since 1979. There have been several breeds in my home: Polish Hound, Polish Lowland Sheepdog, Chinese Crested Dog, Golden Retriever, however my beloved breed remains Dachshund smooth-  and wire-haired and these are the ones I have now.
I am a judge since 1987. At first there were Dachshunds and furthermore Terriers. Nowadays I judge 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 and 10 FCI Groups and Junior Handling. I am also a chairman of Dachshund Club in Poland.

Branislav Rajic - Slovenia fb-icon

rajicI am the architect M.Sc., presently member of Parliament of Republic of Slovenia. I have been in dog world since my childhood and for last 24 years I actively take part in Slovenian Kennel Club.
Starting with Irish soft-coated wheaten terrier, I promoted the breed in Slovenia.
My judging career initiated in 1995 with terriers. By end of 2015 FCI nominated me an all-breed judge.
I am the vice president of Cynological Assotiation of Slovenia and member of few National Stud Commissions for: terriers, sighthounds,for schnauzers and pinchers, hovawarts and also the member of National Commission for Junior handling. Proud to be board member of Slovenian Terrier Club.
Often judging in shows all round the world and judging in European and World dog shows. I am also lecturing different topics of ‘K9 science’. Judging languages: Slovenian, English, French, German, Serbo-Croatian and Russian. I am the father of 3 wonderful kids.

Kimmo Mustonen - Finland fb-icon
kimmoBorder Terrier Breeder – Ommik’s Kennel
The Finnish Kennel Club: Vice Chairman 2015-, Member of the Board 2013-
The Finnish Border Terrier Club: Chairman 2013-2015, Member of the Board 2007-2015
Finnish Dog Show Judge’s Society: Vice Chairman of the Board 2014-, Member of the
Board 2012-, Secretary of the Society 2011-2012

World Dog Show 2014, Helsinki, Vice Chairman of the Committee
Winner Shows 2013- , Helsinki, Vice Chairman of the Committee
International Royal Canin Show 2013 and 2015, Helsinki, Vice Chairman of the Committee

Judge since 2010
Has judged in Dog Shows in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Australia, Czech Republic,
France, Italy, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Croatia, UK, Greece.
Qualified for the Breeds
FCI Group 2: all breeds
FCI Group 3: all breeds
FCI Group 4: all breeds
FCI Group 6: Dalmatian, Finnish Hound Russian Hound
FCI Group 9: all except Coton De Tulear, Maltese, Papillon, Phalene
FCI Group 10: Azawakh, Deerhound, Hungarian Greyhound, Irish Wolfhound, Polish
Greyhound, Saluki, Sloughi, Spanish Greyhound

Szabo Sandor - Hungary   fb-icon
Since his childhood days, he was an enthusiastic dog owner and he started the career as a dog show judge in his youth.
Sandor Szabo is a successful breeder of Collie Rough and Bearded Collie, and also of Hungarian Vizsla.
His kennel has produced many champions, among which a Collie 'Juniors World Champion'.
Sandor Szabo has presided over the Debrecen Kennel Club for many years and he is an expert in the F.C.I. groups 1, 3, 4 and 7.  

Gabriela Veiga - Portugal fb-icon
gabrielaI have lived with dogs all my life and started breeding in the 80’s Basset Hounds.
Later on, I fell in love with Sighthounds and have bred/owned Whippets for more than 25 years. I also owned/ bred Italian Greyhound and Portuguese Podengo. Nowadays, I own Whippets, Portuguese Podengos, Smooth Coat Chihuahuas, a Greyhound and a Standard Poodle.
Throughout the years I have had several posts in the Portuguese Kennel Club and was a member of the Show Committee for over 14 years, as well as a board member of the Sighthound Club.
I was first approved as a judge by the Portuguese Kennel Club in 1999 and became an International Show judge in 2001.
I have judged in Portugal, Spain, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Ireland, Sweden, Finland, Latvia, Slovakia, Estonia, Lithuania, Slovenia, Norway, Belgium, Holland, Denmark, Hungary, Russia, Romenia, Italy,Greece, UK and USA and in several Club Shows for Sighthounds and Toy breeds.

Astrid Lundava - Estonia fb-icon
astrid1I started my life as a breeder with german shepherd dogs in 1980’s, I have owned also Lakeland and fox terriers.
Currently I own and breed welsh corgies – both pembrokes and cardigans. I imported first welsh corgi Pembroke to Estonia in year 1993. From that time active welsh corgi Pembroke breeder – many champions in different countries (incl. C.I.B), some WVetW/EurVetW also in the hall of fame list. Cardigans joined my life in 2010.
Judging Qualification/s: All breeds judge
Speciality Shows judged for: German shepherds, white swiss shepherds, welsh corgies, collies, terrier specialities
Licensed by: Estonian Kennel Union
Countries judged in: Belarus, Brazil, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, and Ukraine
Judging Since: 1989
Memberships & dog active life
Estonian Kennel Union (Current vice-president)
Estonian Kennel Union (past chairman of board)
Estonian Welsh Corgi Club (Current chairman of board)
Estonian Association of German Shepherds (Past Chairman of board)
Tallinn Regional Dog Breeders Club (Current chairman of board)
North Estonia Dog Breeders Club (Current member of board)

Lars Widén - Sweden fb-icon
My life with dogs started when I was a little boy, my parents had a dachshund when I grew up. My interest in dogs grew over the years. Me and my wife’s first dogs was a Bearded Collie. These dogs laid the foundation for our kennel and our interest in dog shows.
I grew an interest for hunting during the 1970 and bought my first huntingdog, it was a Finnish hound. The dog got great success both in the show ring and on the hunting test and became a champion. She was an outstanding dog and left many champions-offsprings.
Over the years we have also had dogs for bird hunting such as English springer spaniel, Labrador and Cocker Spaniel all hunting type.
In our kennel TRAJENS we have breed several successful dogs. Today, it is mainly focus on dachshund, but we also have French bulldog in our possession. In our breeding work we focus on healthy and breed typical dogs with a nice temperament.
My interest in dogs, hunting and dog shows grew, so I educated me to become a Hunting-judge in 1985, and since then I have continued judging several competitions each year. My great interest in dogs and breeding took me on to the dog show rings and I started my judging career by judging Hounds in group 6.
I am group allrounder in 4, 6, 7, and I just have finished the group 8 program. I also have breeds in group 1, 2 and 9
I like to have the opportunity to influence and I’m there for politically active. Privately, I am married since 45 years, we have 3 grown children and 3 lovely grandchildren. I am a retired army officer.

Carlos Quiñones - Colombia fb-icon
carlosCarlos Quiñones was born in Bogotá, Colombia. Dog lover since his childhood, entered into the world of purebred dogs when he purchased his first Golden Retriever.
He has bred many champions under La Leyenda del Dorado (former GoldenStorm) kennel name. And also he has co-owned and bred some champions with Adriana Gaitán (AG Golden Age).
He is an active member of the Colombian Kennel Club (ACCC – Asociación Club Canino Colombiano) since 1998. Member of the Board of Directors since 2003, in which he held positions as Public Relations Director, Show Director and member of the Judges Committee.
He is founding member of the Bogotá Kennel Club.
Carlos Quiñones is licensed by the ACCC (Association of Colombian Kennel Club) and the FCI (Fédération Cynologique Internationale) as a FCI All Breed International Judge.
He has judged numerous all-breed and specialty shows in the five continents: Finland, Russia, Netherlands, Greece, Serbia, Bulgaria, Israel, Japan, China, South Korea, Philippines, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, USA, Canada, Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela, Bolivia, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, Cuba, El Salvador, Guatemala, Panama, Dominican Republic and Honduras.
He judged in 2011 in Moscow, the prestigious “Eurasia-2011” held by the RKF - Russian Kynological Federation. In 2012 he judged the FCI Asia and the Pacific Section Dog Show organized by the PCCI – Philippine Canine Club, Inc in Manila, The Black Winner Show in Varna, Bulgaria and the highly respected Jyväskylä International Dog Show in Finland. In 2013, the Atlantic Shore Memorial Classic in NJ, USA. In 2014 the Amsterdan Winner Dog Show in The Netherlands
Currently he is the Show Chair for the BKC (Bogotá Kennel Club). 

Serghei Volinets - Moldova fb-icon
volinetHe has been President of the Kennel Union of Moldova since 2008. When he was 12, he has got his first purebred dog - the Airedale Terrier and Giant Schnauzer. Profession - lawyer - economist and veterinarian. In the past, he worked as a head of Republican Club of Service Dog Breeding of the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Moldova. Reserve officer. Mr. Volinet has bred the following breeds: Neapolitan Mastiff, Rottweiler, Fila Brasiliero, German Shepherd, Labrador retriever, Golden Retriever, American cocker spaniel, Greyhound, Pug. Currently, he is a breeder of some breeds of dogs. He has been the president of the Union of Veterinary Specialists of RM for 10 years. In 2016 he judged at the World Dog Show in Moscow. In 2017 he judged at the Euro Dog Show in Kiev. Also in 2017, he judged at the World Dog Show in Leipzig. In General, he was a judge in more than 30 countries: Germany, Hungary, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Russia, Ukraine, Slovakia, Slovenia, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, Mexico, Brazil, Bulgaria, Azerbaijan, San Marino, Cyprus, Poland, Romania, Moldova, Montenegro, Macedonia, Belarus, China, Philippines, Latvia, Estonia, etc.
FCI expert all rounder.
Mr. Volinets likes to travel all over the world, to meet new people: breeders and experts.

Jean-Francois Vanaken - Belgium fb-icon
vanakenI borned in a doggy family, my grand parents bred teckels and Belgium shephers . When I was a kid I wanted a poodle, i showed my first poodle when I was 8 years old. I started to bred, with succès . After the Yorkshires terriers and years laters the Malteses involved my passion. I produced around 200 champions over the world. I became judge 12 years ago, I'm also now very enthusiast about my judgment and so happy to carry on to share the doggy passion with breeders and exhibitors.

Cristian Stefanescu - Romania fb-icon
cstefanescuSince he was young, there were always dogs in the family. Cristian’s grandfather brought about his general love of dogs as he was a huge dog lover who also offered him his first dog, a small, red spitz type.
Cristian started to breed English Cocker Spaniels in 1988 and this was followed by American Staffordshire Terriers since 2001, Miniature Bull Terriers and very recently Chihuahua with his wife Madalina.
He first went to a dog show in Bucharest in 1981 and it was the decisive moment in his evolution in the canine world! That was when Cristian was “infected” with this virus and he believes that it will never “heal”!
He bred English Cocker Spaniels for 15 years. A lot of Cristian’s breeding received excellent results, both in national and international shows. He has managed to monitor them up to the fourth and fifth generation. Unfortunately, due to judging invitations and commitments, Cristian had to curtail breeding, but continued as a dog owner. It is better to know when to stop rather than do things half-way.
Cristian became an FCI judge in the year 1992 and an all-rounder judge in 2005. He has the approval to judge all FCI recognized breeds and he has had the honour and pleasure to judge in these last years at many major European and World FCI dog shows, and almost all FCI countries around the world.
Since 1988 Cristian was the secretary of the English Cocker Spaniel Club in Bucharest and since 1996 until 2005 he was the General Secretary of the Romanian Kennel Club. Cristian is now the President of the Romanian Kennel Club and Chairman of the Metropolitan Area of Bucharest Kennel Club. He is also member of the FCI Judges Commission, Working Group for FCI Reformation and AKC recognized overseas judge and member of American Dog Shows Judges Association.
Cristian says the most important thing is that you truly love the DOG. If there is this feeling, the rest just comes naturally, with a lot of hard work and lots of passion. A lot of time must be dedicated to study and exemplary behaviour towards exhibitors and the organizers. Each moment of judging brings him a huge responsibility for what he says and does.

Petru Muntean - Romania fb-icon

pmI am a show judge since 1991 but I have joined the Dog World since 1974 when I got my first dog, a Pekingese. During the years I have owned various breeds but my constant love remained the Dachshunds.
In 1986 I became the President of Hunedoara County Kennel Club, and also a member in the Romanian Kennel Club’s board. From these positions, I have organized various shows and many other canine competitions. During 1996-2001, I had the honour of being elected President of the Romanian Kennel Club.
I have been nominated as all-rounder judge in 2005 and, the same year elected as vice-president of Romanian Kennel Club, function I assume until today. As international judge I had the opportunity to judge in more than 50 countries all over the World. All this years I had the pleasure and the honour to judge some important events as European, Asian section shows and World Dog Shows and I consider myself the proud inventor of the most well-known Romanian Dog Show … Dracula Golden Trophy. One of my ambitions was to be able to judge in all F.C.I. official languages to which I can add the Italian, Hungarian and Russian.
Cristian Vantu - Romania fb-icon
vantu2017There were no dogs in my family until 1985 when I blackmailed my parents to buy me a Spaniel. I was 12 when I got "Bell" and it took us 21 shows to get an “excellent”. Obviously, my dog was the best only that the judges had slightly different opinions :-) Yes, as a child I was a very bad looser but later on I understood that dog shows are mainly opportunities to meet breeders, to make friends, to look, listen and learn. This is how everything started. Ten years later my kennel name was “St. Anne’s” and beside many successful black and goldens I've bred “St.Anne’s Anca the Witch”, one of the top winning and probably the most influential sable English Cocker Spaniels of all time. Meanwhile I was looking after an unapproachable, wild but elegant beauty, the Azawakh. In 2002 I imported the first one in Romania from my good friend the late spanish/ chilean all-rounder Norman Huidobro Corbett. Shortly he was followed by other Azawakhs from France and Germany and then by some very successful litters under my new kennel name: INSOLENS. Since then I breed only Azawakhs. All together, over 30 years, I’ve owned and bred European, International, German, Austrian, Hungarian, Italian, Spanish, Slovakian, Portuguese, Polish and Romanian champions.

In 1998, at 25, I started judging Spaniels and Sighthounds. At that time I wanted to influence the evolution of the breeds I liked in the way I thought is right. I wanted to put my type over other types. As every youngster I had very strong beliefs which was good but obviously not enough. Thank God I was polished by time and experience. Meanwhile I was involved in Romanian Shepherds at the time we were traveling around the country measuring them and working on the official breed standard. Later, I took Terriers, Retrievers, Dachshunds, Schnauzers and then, year by year, all the other breeds until I became an all-rounder. In the past two decades I judged specialty shows, international all-breed shows and Best in Shows all over Europe.

I wrote several articles about genetics, colour inheritance and morphology of the dog, Azawakh, English Cocker Spaniel and Carpatin Romanian Shepherd breed descriptions for various magazines and for breed club seminars worldwide. I contributed to writing the first Carpatin FCI standard and the new Azawakh FCI standard. As Vice President of the Mures County Kennel Club from 1997 to 2009, I was one of the organisers of the first editions of the, now famous, “Dracula Dog Show”. In 2006, 2015 and 2017 I was awarded the Romanian Kennel Club medal for my contribution to the romanian breeds and to the development of the romanian cynology. In 2017, after 30 years, I was named a honorary member of the Mures Country Kennel Club.

In my private life I am physician living with my wife and daughters here, in Targu-Mures, just around the corner ;-)

Kelemen Atilla - Romania
kelemenSince his childhood we was devoted to dogs starting his career with a dachshund, breed that he owns and breds in present too. His kennel name is von Jagerbart. In the past 50 years he owned other hunting breeds too. He is a veterinarian doctor, representative in the romanian parliament, and he was the first all round judge in Romania. He judged in many FCI countries.


Lokodi Csaba Zsolt - Romania fb-icon


As a child I was surrounded by dogs as my parents have bred Hungarian Puli under the name of “Regeni kennel” since 1973. However, I did not maintain the family tradition in breeding Hungarian Puli and I purchased my first Airedale Terrier in the middle of the1980’s, a breed I admired whenever I caught sight of them at the dogshows of the 80’s. Thus, in 1988 I founded my own kennel under the name of “Nyaradmenti”. As years were passing Airedale Terriers were followed by Wirehaired Dachshunds beginning with 1989, and in 1990 I imported in Romania the first Welsh Terrier named Villamgyors Bella. Unfortunately at the beginning of the 90’s the quality of Airedale Terriers in our country was so low that even the imported males could not improvinge the breed. So in the middle of the 90’s I imported a few females from different bloodlines (Lutrahazi, van’t Asbroek, Aluzija, etc) and in 1999 also the famous male Am Ch Terrydale HK Shaireab Online as a new bloodline founder. While we still had to face some problems with the Airedales, the quality of the Welsh Terriers produced in my kennel was showing an ascending tendency towards modern lines. Big stars of the breed in that period were Nyaradmenti Caper, Nyaradmenti Gupi, Nyaradmenti Gina, Nyaradmenti Jill’s, Nyaradmenti Summertime, names that can be found in all the pedigrees of Welsh Terriers born in Romania. I kept a Wirehaired Dachshund as a family dog, that is why I had few litters but all of very good quality, marking the Dachshund breed in Romania. Here I’d like to mention Nyaradmenti Ibis Ribis, Nyaradmenti Idiot Icik (the father of the BOB in the European Dogshow Poznan). At present I breed miniature wirehaired dachshunds. At the beginning of 2000 we gathered our forces with the young kennel of Happytails. This co-operation lasted till 2008, and as a result at the above mentioned 3 breeds we obtained world quality dogs with positive echoes in dogshows in USA, Australia, Russia and Europe.

Julia Magdas - Romania fb-icon


M-am nascut in 1986 intro familie iubitoare de animale, in special caini si cai. De mica am participat alaturi de tata la expozitii canine nationale si internationale, expozand rasele Ciobanesc unguresc Puli, apoi Pointer, Rottweiler si Bullmastiff.

Afectiunea fata de animale m-a determinat sa devin medic veterinar, absolventa Facultatii de Medicina Veterinara Cluj Napoca in 2012. In anii studentiei am detinut Teckel Pitic sarmos, rasa care m-a determinat sa-mi incep cariera de arbitru chinolog cu grupa a IV-a.

Am devenit arbitru de grupa in 2013 si treptat mi-am extins competentele si pe alte grupe. Momentan sunt atestata pentru grupele I, IV, IX.

Este o placere deosebita pentru mine ca am posibilitatea de a arbitra din nou la DDS, deoarece aici am debutat ca si arbitru chinolog.

Alexandra Jors - Romania fb-icon 
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Dintotdeauna am fost pasionată de câini, crescând într-o familie iubitoare de animale. La varsta de 13 ani, am devenit proprietara primului meu Chow-Chow şi din acelaşi timp a început activitatea mea ca expozant.  În anul 2009 am înregistrat canisa Majestic Sandial, importând de-a lungul timpului mai multe exemplare din rasa Chow-Chow, de mare valoare. Am promovat cu succes exemplarele din canisa proprie, obținând rezultate remarcabile şi numeroase titluri de campion. Am importat primul Chow-Chow varietatea cu păr scurt, înregistrat în Cartea de Origine Română.  Sunt membru al Asociației Chinologice a jud. Mureş, începând din anul 2005. În prezent, sunt arbitru chinolog pentru rasele din Grupa V FCI.  

Catrinel Pauna - Romania fb-icon 

In 1995, la varsta de 15 ani, am primit cadou de la mama mea, primul meu brac german. Din 1996 particip la expozitii, astfel incepand aceasta pasiune. Ulterior am importat alti braci germani din linii germane si am inceput din 2004 activitatea de crescator. Impreuna cu partenerul meu, crestem braci germani sub afixele Karpaten Irbis si Donau-Wirbeln. Produsii nostri sunt prezentati cu succes pe tot globul si sunt campioni ai multor tari: Australia, SUA, Canada, Columbia, Costa Rica, Spania, Portugalia, Romania, Bulgaria, Muntenegru, Cipru, Rusia, Moldova, Azerbaijan, Filipine cat si campioni Asia Pacific, Asia si Internationali. In afara titlurilor obtinute in expozitii, produsii canisei noastre au trecut multe probe de munca specifice rasei, inclusiv faimosul examen al rasei Dr. Kleemann-Zuchtausleseprüfung.
Am devenit arbitru in 2008 si am arbitrat in expozitii internationale si nationale, cat si in cele mai importante evenimente ale rasei pe care o detin si cresc – Internationale Kurzhaar Prüfung (IKP) si Dr. Kleemann-Zuchtausleseprüfung, organizate de catre clubul din tara de origine a rasei - Germania.



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