Dogs have always been a part of my life. Born as an offspring from “dog breeder parents”, the passion for dogs, breeding and showing was laid in my cradle. I even had the pleasure of naming a Staffordshire Bullterrier my nanny. As soon as I could walk, I stepped into the show ring, showing Poodle for my mother, followed by Bull Terrier for my father Georg Scherzer, kennel “von der Alte Veste”. After completing my vocational training as a veterinary assistant, I started my own breeding experience and bred Italian Greyhounds successfully for over a decade.
Since 2009 I am back to my roots, and I am proudly sharing my daily life with Miniature Bull Terrier. As an active member of the Bullterrier Club, I love to organize shows and working as a breeding warden for Bull Terrier and Sighthounds. In 2019 I started my education as a judge for American Staffordshire Terrier, Bull Terrier, Miniature Bull Terrier, and Staffordshire Bull Terrier and passed my exam 2021.
From my point of view, judging means emphasizing the virtues instead of searching for faults.
Therefore, the key to evaluating typical breed type is to look for the right balance between outline, substance, and movement.
Only a balanced, sound dog with a correct format can express true breed type.
It’s the total picture of the individual that makes the difference.
I am looking forward to being part of the judge team at BAYERNCUP.