KROGH, Mr David M Oregon,
David Krogh and his wife began their life in "dogs" in 1961 with a little white Toy Poodle. Their first American Kennel Club (AKC) event was an Obedience Trial where David's wife Sharon, and her little Poodle received a perfect score of 200. David and Sharon's first breeding program was in Miniature Pinschers in 1964. During the next twenty years K-Roc (the Kroghs' kennel prefix) finished 36 champions of which three were BIS dogs, and two were BISS winners. David has spent much of the last forty-nine years in service to several dog clubs. He served as the President of Clackamas Kennel Club for 18 years, and retired to the Board of Directors in May 2005. David is a life member of Dog Fanciers Association of Oregon, Inc., and the Miniature Pinscher Club of America where he served as President for two years and on the Board of Directors for 13 years. David is a member of the Oregon Dog Judges group, and Co-Chairman for the Toy Seminars held in January of 2008. He has also served on or chaired over 150 show committees. David applied to judge dogs for the American Kennel Club in 1977, and today he is approved to judge All Toys, All Non-Sporting and fourteen Terrier Breeds. David has judged extensively in the United States, and several times in Canada and Taiwan. Next stop China in October of 2010.