I've been breeding dogs for 7 years, since 2016. I am a member of the Magyar Ebtenyésztők Országos Egyesülete.
I’m Dr. Kata Takacs, I’ve been a dog owner for 30 years. Formerly I was breeding Labrador retrievers. We had some Leonbergers and French bulldogs as well in our family.
The Aussie is like a love at first sight for me. My first Aussie was quickly followed by 8 other aussies so we are living with a pretty big Aussie pack in a spacious farm, near Szatymaz.
I simply fell in love with this wonderful breed.
Every Aussie is a personality. They are clever, energetic, beautiful so everything a perfect dog should embody.
I have been dealing with this breed since 2016.
In my kennel, which is called Lightlake, the first awaited litter was born this year.
My goal is to give healthy, stable, wonderful dogs to those who want an amazing family member, so that I give them a lifelong experience. My dog's health is very important for me. Beside the quality food I do all the genetic and other tests to keep the high quality of my breeding. I show my dogs a lot, but we also go for herding and agility with them, which is a big fun for them. I'm a member of the Hungarian Kennel Club and the Hungarian Collie Sheltie Corgi Breeder's Association.
The applicable health screenings have been performed on the Sire and Dam as recommended by the Parent Club for this breed.
If the puppy buyer cannot keep a puppy purchased from me, I will take the Puppy back under all conditions.
I provide a Health Guarantee for the puppies I sell.
I will provide a written Bill of Sale detailing responsibilities for the buyer and the seller.
I will provide the puppy buyer with information about socialization, exercise, training, feeding, immunizations, proper veterinary care, and responsible dog ownership.
I require each applicant to fill out an application to assure that my breed and dogs are the right fit for the new family.
I prefer to keep in contact with the new owner, so I can be updated about the wellbeing of the dog and see how it is developing.
I participate in regular education classes, learning how to continue to improve as a breeder.