QUIROS-KUBAT, Jacqueline Buenos Aires,
Jacqueline began showing her first dog at the age of 8 years. A decade later, while in Japan, she became one of the founders of the Japan SPCA. On returning to the US, Jacqueline experienced much success breeding Whippets, Weimaraners and Greyhounds, as well as obtaining her all-breed AKC handler's licence. By the end of 1973, Jacqueline had also obtained her FCA-FCI All-Breed judging licence. She is licensed as a specialist in several breeds. In 1972 Jacqueline was invited to judge her first show, the Boxer Specialty in Buenos Aires, after that the Hound Show which then was a combination of FCI Groups IV, VI and X plus Dogos Argentinos, the Toy Group and Airedale Specialty. Later she was appointed a specialty judge in the following breeds: American Cocker Spaniels, Siberian Husky, Chows, Dachshunds, Yorkshire Terriers, Maltese, Chihuahuas, all varieties of Belgium Sheepdogs and Schnauzers and gradually became an "all rounder". She has bred Whippets, Greyhounds, Afghans, Salukis, Italian Greyhound, Doberman, Schipperkes and Toy Poodles. Fluent in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese, Jacqueline has judged all over South America, Panama, Guatemala, Mexico, U.S., Canada, South Africa, New Zealand, Australia (Sydney, Perth, Launceston, Melbourne Royal - four times, latest being 2006 -), and Finland. In the U.S. she has judged at numerous all breed shows as well as the Akita National and the following Specialties: St. Schnauzer, Keeshonden, Afghan, Boston Terriers. Fluent in Spanish, English, French and Portuguese.