We, humans, do take care of our bodies and our health. If our knee hurts, we go to the orthopaedist, if our back hurts for a long time, we probably start considering physiotherapy. The need to go to inspections regularly increases with the level of...
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 own dogs and those of others, I’ve had the opportunity to get to know many different temperaments and personality traits, such as the way dogs express themselves and show how they perceive the world around them. What I enjoy most is trying to read them and figure out what they like and don’t like. It’s my life, and today I’m certain that I’ll continue working with dogs indefinitely. The most rewarding thing for me is when someone who’s training with me is genuinely happy. I’m grateful to have crossed paths with this sport, and I consider it my greatest success in life.