Dr. Vandra L. Huber
18831 N.E. 140th Pl.
Woodinville, WA 98072
CELL: (425) 890-8751
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Vandra L. Huber, PhD has more than 25 years of dog experience. Under the McVan Tpreface, she and her husband have bred nearly 100 champion Scottish Terriers. A highlight was winning the BIS at Westminster dog show with Ch. Gaelforce Postscript "Peggy Sue" in the mid 1990s. Dr. Huber has owned and shown Border Terrier, Cairns, Smooth and Wire fox terriers, wire daschunds, a bearded collie, the #4 affenpincher in 2004 and Canada's all time winning top miniature poodle, Am. Can. Ch. Gayle's My Girl.
Dr. Huber is licensed in the U.S. to judge all terriers, the terrier group, all varieties of poodles, manchesters, affenpinchers and bearded collies as well as junior showmanship. She is an AKC provisional judge of Cavaliers, Papillions, Pugs, Pomeranians, Chihuahuas, and Chinese Crested.
Considered a terrier expert, Dr. Huber judged scottish terriers and sealyhams at World Terrier Show which was part of the 2008 World Show Circuit in Stockholm, Sweden. Dr. Huber also judged BIS (and 230 terriers) at the Sporting Terrier Show in Melbourne, Australia in June, 2008. She judged American Staffordshires and Staffordshires in Denmark. She has also judged a variety of breeds at Great Western. In 2005, she was honored to judge the National Specialty of the Scottish Terrier Club of America National Specialty at Montgomery County. A popular breed expert, she has judged scottish terrier regional specialties including Great Western, Dallas, Washington, Michigan, and Lousiville, Denver. She has judged Scottish Terrier national specialties in Japan and Germany and the sporting Terrier club Group Show in Melbourne, Australia. She will be judging in Australia, Denmark and Sweden.
Dr. Huber is a professor of human resources and management at the Foster Business School, University of Washington. As faculty director of global study tours, Dr. Huber has taken students to India and South Africa. She also is the faculty director of the Certificate in Business Administration Program (CBA). She was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to study and teach in Thailand for Fall, 2008. Dr. Huber has also traveled to Uganda where she worked with Bead for Life and Habitat for Humanity. An expert on decision making, Dr. Huber's seminar on the judging process "Rational Decision Making in an Irrational World" has been presented to numerous judging groups in the U.S., Canada and Australia. She welcomes speaking engagements to judges groups (pro bono).
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