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Old 10-05-2012, 23:58   #21
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Some time ago I suggested here the international vlcak community should prepare and sign petition to the French Kennel Club and FCI to support the minority (as it seemed) of French owners and breeders who wanted to have the origin of their dogs explained. People from other countries declared help and support, but except ONE PM there was no response on the French side! Even Lorry, who should be most interested (!) told me off . Taking under consideration the number of posts which the French produced on the Big Bad Admin (showing they are able to write ) I have doubts if anybody has been seriously interested in solving the problem.
That's exactly what i mean, Rona.
The initial demand must come from the French side.
Nothing so far...
Ducking away or lack of interest, i don't know.

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Old 13-06-2012, 19:25   #22
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2012. may 15 the Hungarian Kennel Club's pedigreeing stopped existing. If anyone has questions, I will gladly inform them about it.
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So...there is no way to get pedigrees for dogs in Hungary anymore? Are people still trying to solve the problem?
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Old 13-06-2012, 20:14   #24
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Legally, there is no way.
I agree with it, many false datas and papers are made in Hungary at the Kennel Club. The pedigreeing stopped because there was the lack of pedigreeing laws, the lack of bonitation, false HD datas. Anyone who bought puppies from Hungary and has no pedigree will not get any in the future, ask for a refund at the breeders.
We have no bonitation in Hungary either, because I don't agree with the other two Hungarian breeders. We tried to make a pedigreeing law, but we couldn't find partners, as everyone was objecting to it. That's why we make the bonitation in Slovakia.

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Is this something specific for the Czechoslovakian Wolfdog? I only ask because one of our owners looked on the website for the FCI. Maybe I am just not understanding correctly...

Official Statement about the situation of the Hungarian Kennel Club (MEOE)

I am glad to inform all the members and partners of the FCI that the operational problems of our kennel club have been successfully solved.

The Ministry of Agriculture of Hungary had a very fair and promising attitude during the negotiations of the solution and as a result, the activities of the MEOE are authorized to resume in a time-frame which assures and guarantees the organisation of all the expected big FCI events (FCI IPO World Championships 2012, FCI Obedience World Championships 2013, FCI General Assembly and FCI World Show 2013, Interra Show 2013, ATIBOX Show 2013, etc).

Concretely, it means that there are no obstacles left to organize the FCI IPO Championship in September 2012 and the FCI General Assembly and the FCI World Dog Show in May 2013.

During the following year, the General Committee of MEOE will be facing an important issue when forming an integrated cynological life in Hungary as a part of the FCI, having the governmental accreditation and the joint cooperation with authorities as an important element.

I do thank and appreciate all the solidarity and support I received during the last weeks from all around the world which will be needed in the future as well.

I welcome you all to Budapest for the FCI World Dog Show in 2013!

András Korózs
president of MEOE
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