About me

    "Złaja Farmer" kennels were registered in the Kennel Club in Poland under the number 3780 / Z.

    My kennels consist of four dog breeds:

    Airedale Terrier

    Stud dog DANCER Werus, born on 04.10.2011r. and two breeding females: Prima KIZBEAL born on 09/08/2013 and ...

           These are dogs with a great mind, very brave and cooperative. They work well as a watchful guardian and defender. They are a great playmate for children. This is a patient dog that does not react aggressively to life’s irritations. Works well as a family dog. Airedale Terriers are fine even in a city flat or apartment, provided that adequate walks are provided. They are calm inside and take up less space than some small, fussy dogs. They do not moult because they have hair and not fur. Great for allergy sufferers. It is a breed with great hunting potential, it does not get distracted down burrows, it’s a natural retriever, great after the hunt. They love water, due to the fact that they have a thick undercoat, and their hard hair copes well in thick bushes. They learn very quickly and there are no problems with training. They are dogs with a unique passion to track deer and wild boar with incredible courage.

    Airedale Terriers in my kennel are used to working in a pack, as well as used to looking for wounded animals. When dogs are working, they must show above average performance, durability, courage and physical fitness, which I pay special attention to.                                                                                      

    Griiffon Bleu de Gascogne

    Our dogs were brought directly from France from separate unrelated hunting lines. They are family dogs. Very intelligent and sensitive to all household members. They live among the Airedale Terriers, West Siberian Laika and horses. Easy to train. These dogs are ideal for locating wounded animals, and can track for 30 hours, reaching distances of 9-12 km. In collective hunting these dogs show a lot of spirit when working on wild boar and deer. This is one of the few breeds that can participate in tracking competitions.

    This is an old breed originating from the Pyrenees where there was a need to create a tireless workaholic dog, devoted to the master, robust, with a robe protecting from sharp scrubs and the cold, a lean animal and a family guardian.


    Gascon Saintongeois

    In the mid-nineteenth century, Count Joseph de Carayon-Latour, wanting to reconstruct the disappearing breed of Saintonge dogs, crossed their last descendants with Bleu de Gascogne dogs belonging to Baron de Ruble, thus creating Gascon Saintongeois, and causing the disappearance of dogs from Saintonge. The dog is very well built, and looks strong and elegant. The features of French dogs are reflected in the head, coat and overall impression. Predisposed to life in a pack, it has a great sense of smell, is inventive, and it possesses a very loud voice. Character: calm, firm and tender, obedient, easily carries out orders. A gentle family dog. An active dog.


    West Siberian Laika

    The West Siberian Laika is a dog from Siberia that has retained its original function as a hunter. It is tough, resilient and loyal - like the people it grew up with. The word "laika", which can be translated literally as "barker," and comes from the Russian "layat" - "to bark." During hunting, the role of these dogs is to hunt and dispose of animals. First they chase the animal in silence, and they start barking only when they are told. These dogs are primarily used for hunting wild boar, or sometimes for ducks. On the one hand, Laika is very attached to the owner, on the other, quite independent, because they work independently. The owner of a dog of this breed should not expect absolute obedience.

    You don't have to be a hunter to become the owner of a Laika. However, you should prepare for long walks. The West Siberian Laika can also be taken out for walks using a bicycle or can work in a team. Even if you're not a hunter, it's worth your West Siberian Laika to take part in hunting dog competitions. To this end, you do not even have to train your dog specifically, because working with a Laika depends primarily on its innate skills.

    An important part of hunting ethics is the need to search for wounded animals. In fact, only utility dogs, which thanks to their perfect innate senses can lead a hunter in the tracks of an injured animal, as well as finding dead animals, and this can be a particularly important task.

    May the forest reward you!