Hieronder een ingezonden brief...vanuit Tsjechië.
Dear Dutch friends of Chodsky pes
Chodský pes breeding is in the Czech Republic being
done under the club of friends of Chodský pes (KPCHP-
) which is under ČMKU (in Holland is this RvB) which
is an organization under the FCI ! !
This allows you to get Chodsky pes with pedigree FCI , but there has to be
noted that this breed is not an FCI breed
From the FCI rules:
To let a dog in the stud book or to its annexes, the
breeder / owner must have a legal residence in the country where the dog will
be registered. Breeds recognized provisionally are listed in Annex. Pedigree
dog breeds not recognized by FCI, shall not contain a logo or must contain the
words "unrecognized breed FCI"
This message is meant for all potentional breeders.
If Chodský pes in other countries won´t be signed and
breeded by clubs/organisations that are being or themself or under an another
organisation under FCI, those dogs and their bloodlines won´t be able to breed with
those that are. We work together with organizations in other countries, where
this has been allowed. I understand that RvB in Holland is strictly refusing to
cooperate at this point.
Even a breeder beginer that sees at least a bit what does it mean when a breed
doesn´t have strong and variable bloodlines understands our commitment to get
Chodsky pes recognized by FCI !!
Chodský pes is very young breed and any attempt to
extend the breeding outside the Czech Republic is very beneficial for us.....
not for the individual, but for the breed itself, that is so great and that we
love....or am I wrong?
Is the purpose of us breeders to sell and earn money?? In that case it´s pure
business, than it´s not about breeding, but about own profit... that´s not breeding,
that´s not being a breeder!!!!!!!!
We work hard on getting Chodsky pes officialy excepted
by FCI.......we are troubled, that it´s not happening yet.....every effort of
foreign breeders to support us and our work by breed under organisations that
are being officialy under FCI helps a lot. Not only to get the breed excepted,
but also to keep the breed healthy and strong.
I´m an executive kpchp dog breed advisor, but all i
wrote is a statement of me Karel Peroutka owner of the kennel z Letinské
I do understand the problem that is in other countries with breeding Chodsky
pes under an FCI organisation / club, but why to give up?
Why to want to breed and grow bloedlines, that won´t be ever able to breed
further and after the exceptation by FCI won´t be allowed on official FCI dog
shows and so on, they won´t be offcial Chodsky pes pure breed dogs.
Why to split into two camps? What good will that bring? Breeding for individual
profits it´s the opposite of what our breed needs!!!!!
KPCHP and ČMKÚ is more than willing to support and
help with anything that´s needed to start an official club and breed Chodský
pes in Holland.
Those countries already breeding Chodský pes under an
FCI organisation. They are allowed on dog shows that are being organized by FCI
and we work together:
Potentional buyers can deside for themself if they
will buy their puppy from an official litter (under FCI) or not. But it´s
important that they are aware of the differences and potentional health
issusies and the fact that the pedigree they will get from non official breeder
from an organisation/club not being under FCI is only an information and can´t
be comparator with those that are official (from FCI organisation)
Greetings to all fans of Chodský pes in Holland