Bringing the childhood dreams to life I bought my first Caucasian shepherd dog in Kiev in 1990. At the same time I met breeders and visited kennels in Kiev. Following this, I started to spend time to see Caucasians and Central Asians at the place of their origin. I had a chance to go all around in Ukraine and Armenia, then I met Central Asian breeders and judges in Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan. In 1997. I passed my first examination and received authorization to judge Caucasian, Central Asian, Russian Black Terrier, Moscow Guard dog and South Russian Shepherd dogs. Until 1998. I was responsible for issuing the Journal of the “KARAKAN Klub”, the Hungarian club of “Russian Breeds”. 2000-2002 I was member of presidium of the Hungarian Kennel Club. This time I started to study the Hungarian breeds. In 2003 I passed the examination for Komondor and Kuvasz. Later I actively started to support the “Hungaria Komondor Klub” which is the only authorized club for managing and taking care of Komondors in Hungary. Later I extended my judge’s capability for all Hungarian pastoral and sheepdogs, and for Hungarian and German pointers. Now I have in my family – beside of my wife and children - one Central Asian, one Mudi, one Puli and one Short-Haired Hungarian Vizsla.
Nemzetközi kutyakiállítás. Az esemény nyilvános, melyen kép- és hangfelvétel készül.