in a family of dog lovers, caring for and loving dogs has come
naturally to me. My father is a dog breeder and owns the Him
Hunter Kennel in Faridkot. By profession, he is a senior Advocate.
Growing up amongst these wonderful animals. I found my purpose
in life. It led me to devote my life to my new found passion
- breeding and training dogs.
My love for dogs and the dedication towards my work reflect
in the numerous awards bagged by the dogs trained by me.
In a successful career spanning 20 years of training dogs, I
have trained over 900 dogs of almost every breed - from Toy
Pomeranians and Pugs to Saint Bernards,Great Danes,Neapolitan
mastiffs and Rottweilers. I love Rottweilers. Lovelina alias
Razia, Nawab, Sparky Sidhu, Firoza Sidhu Von Eveman,Austin Sharma,
Goofi Sahni are the few of them who won the top awards in obedience
compititions as well as in breed copititions.
My first love
In 1978, aged 13, I took my first step in training by breeding
the sporty Boxers.
In 1982, aged 17, I started my training career under the able
guidance of late Sardar Tara Singh Chauhan (then in-charge of
the Ferozepur Dog Squad)
In 1983, I moved to Delhi and joined my uncle, a former police
dog trainer. Working with him gave me extensive exposure to
the intricacies of training almost every breed of dogs - from
the ferocious Dobermans to the docile Labradors.
Start of the success tail
long tale of my success began in the year 1985, when Rover,
a Dobermann, won me the first award in the obedience competition
organised by the Federation of Kennel Club of India in New
Dawar, also a Dobermann, won me the second award the very
next year in 1986, at the Sanjay Gandhi Memorial Club, New
Delhi. This dashing canine was also adjudged the No. 1 dog
in the professional contest held later that year.
Subsequently, in the years 1997, 1998, and 1999, I and my
dog squad bagged the top trophies. I won the best dog trainer
award six times in a row under six different judges at different
places in the country, defeating the all-popular Railway Protection
Force, the Northern Railways, Southern Railways and Western
Railways teams. My team also outclassed the Haryana Police
Dog Squads twice in 1997 and 1998.
LIMCA BOOK of RECORDS
The most prestigious book of records LIMCA BOOK OF
RECORDS recognized and honoured me. They featured
my name in LIMCA BOOK OF RECORDS as a BEST DOG TRAINER
SIX TIMES IN A ROW in their 2000 Edition (Millennium
Edition) on page no.186 in hard bound and on page no.325 in
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