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A Rabbit in a Flat: What does your pet need?

Rabbits are popular pets especially for city flats. It’s because they don’t require a lot of space and don’t need to go outside very often (no garden needed). However, it doesn’t mean taking care of them is easy and no time or efforts are needed. We...

How to Handle Dog’s Separation Anxiety?

Every dog owner knows that feeling when (s)he has to leave house to work or (s)he can’t take his/her pet with him/her for any reason and (s)he doesn’t know what’s going to happen. Can a dog handle the situation or will it bark and go on the rampage?...

How to Overcome Children’s Fear of Dogs?

Fear is natural for people and everyone has their own fears. While someone is scared of spiders, heights or confined spaces, others are scared of dogs. This fear is common in children who haven’t explored the world so well yet and who don’t know the...

How to Pick a Guinea Pig?

Guinea pigs are popular pets especially in families with kids. They are small animals that can bring a lot of joy. If you consider buying a guinea pig, there are some aspects you shouldn’t neglect before making the decision. We talked about what to...

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Jaromíra Sojková

Kennel – Bernese Mountain Dog

From 2000 to the present, I’ve specialized in breeding the Bernese Mountain Dog and also previously bred the Appenzeller Sennenhund and the Hovawart. At the Queen Elsa and Bohemia Bernica dog kennels, I’m very active in the rearing of puppies. Every...

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Michaela Martinů

Kennel – Boxer

I’ve been involved in cynology since 1990, when I began training my first dog, a nonpedigree Boxer named Tajpan. Together we joined the Prague Cynology Rescue Brigade. Tajpan was a very difficult dog to train, but he charmed me with his friendly and...

Carnilove

since 2013

Martin Vrtěl

Mushing

I’ve been involved in the sport of mushing since 2007. My first race was in Trnávka, and since then, with the exception only of individual classes on snow, I’ve tried practically everything mushing has to offer, from FCI-certified northern sled dogs...

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since 2015

Jan Böhm

Sport Cynology + Decoy

I became involved in sport cynology in 2002 when I was just 13 years old. My whole life has pretty much revolved around sport, and I came to like cynology so much that it eventually became my profession. Throughout the years that I’ve spent training my...

Carnilove

since 2015

Jiří Andrle

Wolves

Jiří and his wife began breeding Czechoslovak Wolfdogs in 1971, and since then they’ve only reared a few litters. Since the breed is crossed with the wolf, they wanted to gain a better understanding of this wild animal, so they acquired their first...

Carnilove

since 2015

Jitka Duffková

Sport Cynology + Judge + Breeder

I’ve been a cynologist since 1984 when I got my first German Shepherd. I’ve been doing sport cynology according to IGP (formerly IPO) rules since 1991, and in 1996 my bitch advanced to the IPO National Championship and took 19th place, which at the...

Brit

since 2015

Juraj Ruža

Sport Cynology – Agility, Pezinok Sport Hall

Juraj Ruža I’ve dedicated twelve years to agility and represented at the Slovak Championships in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019, Category A3. In 2014 and 2015, I was an assistant on the Slovak National Agility Team and then headed the team in...

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Klára Miketová

Professional Handler

I was born into a family of dog lovers, so the Dachshund would ride along with me in my baby pram. Our family history of breeding Dachshunds goes back three generations to the 1950s and my grandparents. My grandfather was a passionate hunter, which...

Carnilove

since 2015

Michaela Plecháčková

Sport Cynology

Since childhood, dogs have been an inseparable part of my life. My first pedigree dog was an Alaskan Malamute named Bajtu z Rontu-Aru CS ( born 1991), with whom I led a fairly successful competitive weight pulling career.    My involvement in the...