BELGIAN WINNER and BENELUX WINNER 2015
BB Alberto - BEST OF GROUP
BB Alberto Junior Best in Show 1. place
BB Alberto BEST IN SHOW III
BB Hetti BEST IN SHOW III
Hetti and Alberto - Special Winners, BOS and BOB
BB Alberto resCAC Euro Dog Show 2014
*** Dogs of the Year 2014 ***
BOB - Judge: Sig, Francesco di Paola Nuzzo ( IT)
BB Adriana Holland Club Winner 2014
BB Adriana Puppy Best in show 2. place
The Bolognese is a breed belonging to the Bichons, a family of small companion breeds originating from the Mediterranean. They received their name from the famous Italian city of Bologna.
During the renaissance noble families as the Gonzagas, the Medicis are known to have bred Bologneses. The affectionate and playful character, beautiful look and lovely coat made the Bolognese dogs a favourite of the aristocracy. They were not sold but given away as treasured gifts. Cosimo di Medici is known to have sent 8 Bolognese puppies to Belgium where they were given to mighty and rich nobles. Philip II of Spain was given 2 Bologneses by the duke of Este and wrote about this as the “most royal of gifts for a royal”. Other historical personalities that have kept Bolognese include Madame de Pompadour, Catharine the Great of Russia, Maria Therese Empress of Austria and Josephine, wife of Napoleon I. There are Bologneses pictured together with their owners in works by Titian, Goya, Breughel and other famous painters.
Even in the modern age, celebrities like to enrich their life with a cheerful Bolognese.
The breed has always been and still is an exclusive breed kept and bred by a few enthusiasts.
The Bolognese is suitable for families with children. It is easy to train and live with.
They are hypoallergic and do not shed their magestic coats.
Useful links to Bolo Lovers :
Federation Cynologique Internationale (FCI)
Hungarian Kennel Club (MEOESZ)
Hungarian Companion and Toy Dog Club
British Bolognese Club
Bologneser Club Netherlands
Italian Bolognese and Maltese Club
American Bolognese Club
The kennel is situated in Budapest, Hungary, Europe