About kennel

    The beginnings were not small, they were quite big. My adventure with cynology  began in 1994. At that time, having a no-pedigree Boxer, I decided to buy a Rottweiler puppy. She was called  Dona  Z Balguny.  Born in November 1993, she brought a lot of joy into my house. Next Autumn we attended obedience training three times a week. Dona lived 13 years, she was a true friend of the family, she looked after my babies, at the same time becoming Champion of Poland, completing her obedience training and successfully passing  Schutzhund 1 and 2 tests (SchH1 and SchH2). She passed away, but still she occupies a special place in our hearts...

    At that time I met wonderful people, Rottweiler  breeders,  Nina and Andrzej Perek.  It was from them that I bought the females Judy Śląska Gwara and Kaja Śląska Gwara. I also hosted a great Rottweiler stud dog Cliff vom  Burgihamm. When he went abroad, his son Endo z Gucina, Champion of Poland and Belarus, stayed with us.  It was then that we made close friends with the Pereks and the Klukowskis, who one day presented me with a female West Highland White Terrier,  my beloved Vlitter Alberta Rossini, at home called Andzia. It was supposed to be the only Westie among Rottweilers,  but soon she was joined by Fleur Lady of Samantino Polonica and then Alani Aristina Bily Hurricane that made it brighter both inside my heart and outside my house. And that was how it all started...

    There were more and more white pups running around our house, which made everybody happy. One day I decided to buy a show dog from a German kennel. He was called Orson vom Schloss Schwuelper and he woke up my ambitions. Orson took part in many shows. He started his showring career with the title of the Best Puppy at the Warsaw Dog Show. Then came the titles of Champion of Poland, Russia, Belarus, the Ukraine and the title of Bundessieger. He was just about to become Champion of Germany when he came down with a fatal disease which took him away for  ever. Orson will always occupy the whole of my heart because of  his exceptional character. He always entered the showring with his head upright, as if he wanted to say: "I’m coming. Watch me now!". And so he passed away…

    Meanwhile, a few Sealyham Terriers joined us.  These were:  Snoopy Mondo Cane, Inherit the Wind Verbena and Klopsik Mopsik  Crazy na  Niepogodę, at home called  Pyza. This was also the time when I brought another Westie show dog from Scotland. It was Lymehills Glenfiddich, a son of the legendary  Hopecharm  Willie Makeit  for  Karamynd.

    This is how my kennel has developed for  18 years to reach its present shape.  Although the first generation dogs are no longer with us,  we still enjoy the company of their offspring.  And on this freshly`–designed website I  would be proud to present my  dogs,  their  exceptional  beauty as well as their showring achievements. In my kennel we do not breed many dogs. There are not many puppies born every year. But all our dogs  are our close friends who enjoy equal rights . I have passed down my love for animals to my three sons , and recently, to my granddaughters,  and thanks to that we are all happy.