THAI BANGKAEW DOG NEDERLAND

          Welkom bij de Thai Bangkaew  Dog Roy Hill kennel in Nederland

      Roy Hill is a small kennel in The Netherlands FCI registered since 1992

                                                                                                    

Dogs have always been a part of my life and love. Not all were show dogs or bred from with some rescued and simply our pets.

Since 2012 Thai Bangkaew Dogs are our love a dedicated hobby.

The Thai Bangkaew Dog came into our lives purely by accident having previously bred and shown different breeds, it was decided after losing our last old dog, to rescue a dog from Thailands illegal dog meat trade  and after getting her home, we fell in love with her wonderful unique character as she settled we learned that she was a TBD. 

I was so impressed by her and after finding out that in 2011 it was a new breed recognized by the FCI on a provisional basis that my research started with the quest to import well bred Thai Bangkaew Dogs direct from Thailand to ensure their future in Europe and help preserve this amazing breed.

It wasn't easy at the time to find fully FCI registered Thai Bangkaew Dogs with so many different TBD clubs each having their own registration but not all were registered with the FCI which was needed to get the export pedigree for registration in Europe and some beautiful dogs I had selected could not be imported.

While paving my way through the maze I started the first Thai Bangkaew Dogs in Europe FB Group together with Paul Stanton to create a hub for other European Thai Bangkaew Dog owners to get together sharing our experience also helping newcomers in the breed, and I have created the Thai Bangkaew Dog Database free to use for everyone having uploaded more than 800 pedigrees with pictures  from my research to help me and hopefully other serious breeders that are interested in the development of the Thai Bangkaew Dog breed. 

This web site is not just about show casing our dogs but is designed to be informative for all enthousiasts.  

 

Sabine van der Zwan