Ing. Jana Fulierová
High school teacher, Breeder, FCI International judge
Jana fell in love with Samoyeds during her 2 years´stay in Vancouver, Canada, where she took care of them in her host family. In 1997 she acquired her first Samoyed „Yoshi“ (Ch. Kevin Kartuš) – he gave name to her Kennel, as he became the centre of her life so everything was about Yoshi ... and the rest of us. As the breeding of Samoyeds in Slovakia was at that time rapidly declining, she felt to be responsible to re-introduce this beautiful breed to the public and started a long-term promotion of Samoyeds, which later led in writing and producing a book about them as well as in foundation of a non-profit breeding association – Samoyed Club of Slovakia, and worked in its Commitee as well as in Slovak Kennel Club Health Commitee up to 2018. For her cynological activities she was in 2013 awarded Bronze honourable medal of the Slovak Kennel Club, in 2017 became International FCI Judge and also contributed to another book about Samoyeds, she is recently studying the rest of the breeds of V.FCI Group to add to her judging list but left the Commitees to focus on her family and dogs. Jana loves her job - being a hight school teacher of English and Economics surrounded by "young and restless" students every day keeps her young at heart. She also loves creating different ornaments with her daughters as you can see above.