Office description Chief breeding supervisor

The Office: Chief breeding supervisor

Type of office: Extended executive committee, elective office
Office bearer: Katja Möwius

Many of you know me from many events of the Club PuK (German Puli Club). For those who don't know me: Here is a short summary of my Pulivita, with which I would like to introduce myself as a chief breeding supervisor:

I've had Pulis since 1994, so for 25 years. I love these wonderful "zotteligen Gefährten" and I cannot imagine a life without Pulis. Meanwhile at home in the Münsterland, I come from the Ruhrpott, where the club culture has always been cultivated. I grew up in clubs and learned to appreciate the cooperation for a cause.

In my life everything revolves around the Puli and so it was clear for me to be able to work in the Dt. Puli Club. I would like the Puli to remain as it is in its original, wonderful nature - healthy, strong, cheerful and always devoted to its people. And because Puli people are a very lovable people, it makes the Clubwork even more valuable.

How it began

Since 1998 I have been leading the LG West, since 2016 together with Pascal Schäpers as National Group Leader. I enjoyed that so much that I wanted to get more involved.
In 2002 I was then elected by our members as their first chairperson. In 2017 I decided to shift my focus more to breeding, the members elected me as chief breeding supervisor and appointed me honorary chairman. I was able to give the chairmanship of the PuK into good hands and then concentrate all my energy on breeding in the German Puli Club.
I am the contact person for all Pulis and Puli friends in all Puli matters. I am always open and grateful for any suggestions and ideas for improvement. I look forward to seeing you!

My tasks

In my office I take care of these tasks:

  1. Monitoring of the breeding
  2. Breeding information must be passed on in constant contact with breeders
  3. All breeders advise and support in all breeding-related questions
  4. Coordination of litter inspections, breeding approvals, registrations, cattery inspections
  5. Training of breeding supervisors
  6. Administration of the breeding station
  7. Junction point for breeding supervisors,
  8. Regular exchange of information between chief breeding supervisor and breeding supervisors
  9. Member of the examination board of the breeding supervisors
  10. Training and information days for breeding supervisors and breeders
  11. Administration of training courses for breeders and breeding inspectors
  12. Advice on any mating issues
  13. Member of the breeding commission
  14. Attendance of breeding approvals, registrations
  15. The development of hereditary defects must be recorded by the main breeder
  16. Initiation of breeding measures in case of diseases of animals
  17. Coordination of expert opinions
  18. Acceptance of the mate certificate, litter reports, litter acceptance protocols, kennel inspection protocols
  19. Place for all notifications of breeders and breeding control rooms in animal welfare matters or diseases of Pulis and Pulipuppies
  20. Performing or commissioning cattery controls
  21. Control via regular offspring assessments
  22. The breeding supervisor candidate and the breeding supervisor in charge are subject to the duty of supervision and the right to issue instructions of the chief breeding supervisor.
  23. Sending examination forms
  24. Permanent revision of the breeder's brochure, puppy brochure
  25. Attend advanced training courses and scientific lectures to keep breeder/breeding supervisors up-to-date
  26. Writing articles for the club magazine

If you have any questions, you are welcome to call me call me or use our contact form .

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