Mr. David M. Krogh
8225 S.W. Shenandoah Way
Tualatin, OR 97062
CELL: (503) 679-0140
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David M. Krogh #1260
David M. Krogh of Tualatin, Oregon began his life in "dogs" in 1961 with a little white Toy Poodle. His first American Kennel Club (AKC) event was an Obedience Trial as an exhibitor.
Dave and his wife Sherrie's first breeding program was in Miniature Pinschers in 1965. During the next twenty years K-Roc (the Krogh's kennel prefix) finished 40 champions of which three were BIS dogs, many multi group winners, and a National Specialty Winner. All these dogs were breeder/owner handled.
Dave has spent much of the last forty-six years in service to several dog clubs. He served as the President of Clackamas Kennel Club for 18 years, and retired to the Board of Directors in May 2005. Dave is a life member of Dog Fanciers Association of Oregon, INC., and The Miniature Pinscher Club of America where he served as President for two years and on the Board of Directors for 13 years. He also served as an AKC delegate for 6 years. Dave is a member of the Oregon Dog Judges group, and was Co-Chairman for the Toy Seminars held in January of 2008. He has served on over 150 show committees.
Dave applied to judge dogs for the American Kennel Club in 1977, and today he is approved to judge All Toys, All Non-Sporting and fourteen Terrier Breeds. He has judged extensively in the United States, and several times in Canada, Taiwan and China.
Dave counts among the highlights of his judging assignments the AKC/Eukanuba National Championship and The Miniature Pinscher Club of America National Specialty three times.
As of June 28, 2013 David M. Krogh # 1260 judges the Terrier, Toy and Non-Sporting Groups plus Dogue de Bordeaux and Junior Showmanship.
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