Our kennel is registered in the Ukrainian Kennel Union (UKU) and in the Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI) at number 233/12.
Only Japanese Chin dogs are in our kennel now. 

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Our achievements

Dogs from our kennel become champions of Ukraine and other countries. Repeatedly obtained title of the Candidate to National Champion and the Candidate to International Champion (CAC and CACIB).

In particular for last year:

2019 - International Beauty Champion (Takumi, Vishenka, Ade)
2019 - Junior Champion of Ukraine (Solomia, Katsuro)
2019 - Junior Champion of RF (Solomia)
2019 - Junior Grand Champion of Ukraine (Solomia)
2019 - Champion of Ukraine (Solomia*3, Vishenka, Katsuro)
2019 - Grand Champion of Ukraine (Vishenka, Solomia)
2019 - Super Grand Champion of Ukraine (Vishenka)
2019 - Best of the Best of Breed in Ukraine (Vishenka)
2019 - Champion of Veterans of Ukraine (Iva)
2019 - Champion of Ukrainian club breed Japanese Chin (Vishenka)
2019 - Champion of Macedonia (Solomia)
2019 - Champion and Grand Champion of Montenegro (Solomia)
2019 - Champion of Bulgaria (Solomia)
2019 - Balkan Champion (Solomia)
2019 - Cruft's 2020 qualifying award (Solomia, Katsuro)

The full list of our achievements you can see here.


Achievements of our puppies

Thanks to all people who took to their families puppies from our kennel and gives them love and care. We are wish you good luck always. We wish that our puppies will be giving you their love and beauty.

STEPOVYJ VITER TOSHIO - Junior Champion of Russia, Champion of Russia, Champion of RKF.
STEPOVYJ VITER NANAMI - Junior Champion of Poland, Champion of Poland
STEPOVYJ VITER NIKKO - Junior Champion of Ukraine
STEPOVYJ VITER YUKISOGAN - JChaUkr, JChRus, ChUkr, ChUKU, BBBUkr
STEPOVYJ VITER BUCEPHALUS - became an American Champion


Breading principles


(Our dogs matches current FCI standard) Our dogs are to the applicable FCI standard. But breed standard time to time changes because of objective and subjective reasons. The applicable official standard of the breed changes faster then our conception of the Japanese Chin breed. That is why in our kennel work we take for ourself additional restrictions.

We are trying for our Chins:

  • avoid sable color gene;
  • save light movements with high lifting paws - this is one of the signs that differ Chins and Pekingeses;
  • save characteristic sight of the Japanese Chins - "Moderately large, dark, set far apart. Size should be in proportion to size of skull. Small amount of white shows in the inner corners, giving characteristic look of astonishment. Eyes should be forward facing, not set on side of head."

Where are our alumni - puppies?