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If everything goes as planned, we expect puppies out of the combination of Dabog Hoity-Toity Gang x Coeur de Lion d'Hongrie Querida between the 3th and 7th of August

If you are intrested, please contact me!



* Coeur de Lion d'Hongrie Querida has had an official eye examination:  free!!!

* Dabog Hoity-Toity Gang had an official eye examination: free!!!



Coeur de Lion d'Hongrie Quincy has more Fun has moved to Canada and lives together with Coeur de Lion d'Hongrie U are my sunshine at Clan lilly Kennel!


Coeur de Lion d'Hongrie Touch of Love became Hungarian Champion within 3 days at the 3 day CACIB in Szilvásvárad!!! 🤩

26/04 WDS 2024 in Zagreb: Coeur de Lion d'Hongrie Touch of Love got Exc.2 and Res.CAC


We have moved to Finland!



Timisoara Winter Trophy 2024:

3 shows for Coeur De Lion d'Hongrie Touch of Love who became Romanian junior Champion 🤩🏆🥇.

3x Ex1, CAC, FCI-CACIB-J, BOB, Best Junior

Judges: Carmen Navarro Guisado (ES), Augustine Ionescu (RO), Palaghie-Jors Alexandra (RO


11/12/2023 Our puppy Coeur de Lion d'Hongrie Very Important Cairn "Bruce" has arrived safely in the Netherlands and lives now with his halfbrother Coeur de Lion d'Hongrie Quincy has more fun, at the breeder and Cairn Terrier judge: Yvonne van den Bogert





More than 20 years ago I, emigrated to Hungary. From then on I started breeding Great Danes. Several (world) champions were born from one of my first litters. So I can say in all modesty that my F-litter was one of the best among the Great Danes.

I owe my love for the Cairn Terrier to my sister, who used to have a Cairn puppy. I was so fascinated by the puppy with the Napoleon complex, that I have studied this breed further. After a while, this breed also took up residence in my kennel.

In the meantime we have decided to stop breeding Great Danes and VEO's to concentrate exclusively on breeding Cairn Terriers.

I have been a MEOESZ-FCI member since 2005.


We breed at all times for the sake of our dogs. This means that the health and breed standard is a priority within our kennel. But of course we also think the character is important. The pups grow up in a homely atmosphere and are therefore also very suitable as a house dog. They know the sounds of the vacuum cleaner, television and the barking of other dogs. As they get older, we intrigue them into the pack.

The puppies will be coupled by us to the future owners. Of course, the important wishes of the potential owners are always kept in mind. This has still resulted in the perfect combination. Not a single pup has ever had to move or ended up in an animal shelter.