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Reports from some of our previous Eurasier Seminars

29th March 2014 we held a Breed Specific Seminar at The Kennel Club Building, Stoneleigh with Karin Vorbeck, a highly experienced Eurasier Judge and Head of Breeding Board for the largest German Eurasier Club KZG.


28th May 2013 our Seminar was in in Addlestone, Surrey, with international Eurasier Judge Mrs Monika Petermayer (ECA Austria).

About Monika: I have been living with dogs for 35 years and with Eurasiers since 1991. Since 2000 I have been an FCI conformation judge for Eurasiers and I also breed them (Ragnvald kennel, ECA, Austria). Over the years, I have broadened my judging to 40 breeds – most FCI Group 5 breeds, including the original breeds of the Eurasier: Chow-Chow, Wolfspitz and Samoyed.

See the write up from ‘Dog World’ and ‘Our Dogs’ magazines

in this extract from our Newsletter.


5th May 2012

We held a very successful breed-specific seminar with international Eurasier Judge Mr Paul Silder (EKW, Germany) at The Kennel Club Building at Stoneleigh Park Warwickshire.





   

15/16 November 2009 - Judges' seminar weekend with international judge
Mrs Monika Petermayer (ECA, Austria). Dog World Features  By Jane Lilley
'One of the best seminars I have attended recently was that of the Eurasier Society of the UK (proposed) where, following a most friendly welcome, we were given beautifully and obviously painstakingly produced handouts comparing the FCI Standard with our own KC’s interim version, followed by an excellent talk on the breed from an Austrian expert complete with clear slides, which were reproduced exactly on another handout so that full concentration could be focused on the speaker.

A good sandwich-type buffet was then provided before all participants were encouraged to handle six dogs and watch them move individually. Each dog was then brought out and discussed openly by everyone together with the speaker. It was extremely brave of all the owners concerned to agree to have their beloved dogs being admired and criticised in such detail but their courage proved its worth, resulting in a fascinating and instructive exchange of views. The splendid golden certificate of attendance is now a permanent reminder of a happy, relaxed and thoroughly enjoyable day.'

        










Group Day 1                                   Group Day 2


         










Lecture                                          Group discussion and assessment