I'm living in my homevillage Grosskrut in the Winedistrict / Loweraustria. Round us there are fields and vineyards - a wonderful place for long walks with my dogs.

I bought my first Cocker Spaniel - my black Julie - after my degree in May 2008 together with my former lifecompanion. Until my begin as a teacher on a confederation-advancedlevel-realhighschool were some months and there I could spent all my time with my dog. That it should be an English Cocker Spaniel I knew years ago.



My former lifecompanion grew up with a Cocker and I felt in love with this breed as I was 8 years old. Julie is not from a FCI-breeder, unfortunately we didn't inform us before buying her, although Julie enriches our life a lot and we visited obedience-courses and a group of agility, so that it didn't take long time until we had our first starts at tournaments. Also breeding thoughts were circling in my head. As I'm a hopeless perfectionist, it was clear to me, that I want to breed under the Jagdspanielclub/ÖKV. So I made all health checks with Julie and visited some shows with her. Unfortunately the eyetest had a bad result. Julie has a cataract on both eyes. This was not easy to digest, but the more I'm looking forward that the cataract didn't get worser and Julie has no impairments.



The breeding thoughts didn't let me go. So it didn't take long time, until the wish for a second cocker-girl rised high. This time it should be a particolour bitch. In November 2009 I found after long search a suitable mating and blueroan girl Joy went to us from Holland. Julie and Joy loved each other from first moment on and it was a pleasure to see them together.

We visited also with Joy some obediencecourses and exams. As Joy has a really docile nature I decided to make the education for therapy- and schooldog with her. With Joy I found out that we have lots of fun in visiting dogshows and we reached in short time to get the International Champion. 2012 my first & 2014 my second litter with Joy came. From first litter I kept Juno and Gracie - my first own offspring. Totally not planned was to keep a girl from second litter, but mostly it comes different than thought. Famie is the best that could have happen to me.



My cocker lives with me in my house. It is really important for me, that they can share my life. I attach big importance to health and behaviour of my dogs and that I'm working with all my girls individually. My whole family - especially my grandmum - loves my girls and help me a lot with all my plans.



Cocker from my breed should be friends for a life, always be happy and friendly.