Inga Bajare is certified cynologist, living in Riga, Latvia. She has a notable experience in working with so diverse breeds like boxer, Caucasian and now also hovawart, more then 20 years gathering knowledge about their psychology, physical health and training.
Idea about her own kennel was born a long time ago. It all started in year 1989; when Ingas little kids practically fell in love with a boxer lady, living in the neighborhood. Since both Inga and her husband are convinced dog- lovers and both agreed, that a pet at home is a blessing, soon little ones got a play companion- rusty boxer lady Irna.
Boxers are extremely friendly and active family dogs, as their breeders often say- boxer stays a puppy all his life, never loosing liveliness and playfulness, characteristic for little baby of a dog.
After tiger boxer Šēra passed away, family decided not to take any more dogs; pain, caused by its death just seemed too strong to experience it again. But after a while it was obvious, that something is clearly missing in the atmosphere of the house. And so the family obtained a new member- rusty boxer girl Pele (translation from latvian- Mouse. She was named like that because of extreme likeness with this little animal when Pele was a puppy).
Hovawart requires certain attention from their owners. They are very fond of learning new things, different tasks and commands. This dog really is man's best friend, that needs to be noticed. Hovawart is a good guardian, but does not bark without reason causing unnecessary sense of alarm.
Both Ingas dogs get along extremely well, like yin and yang completing each other. Pele as an active element, always ready for jokes, games and amusements; and Fateh as a calm and relaxing creature, its enough just to stroke her to get rid of all the stress, gathered through the day.