Before Nadjia moved to Holland, she was already professionally involved with dogs in Russia.
She had a degree in biology and was an employee in the Far East department of the Russian Kennel Club as the leading selectionist in the breeding programs. The characteristics of this job made her deeply involved in the breeding and judging of different breeds. In 1987 she became a judge in Russia. Her first love was, after watching the famous "Lassy", the collie.
Later on she participated in the popularization and breeding of South-Russian and Caucasian shepherds, all poodle varieties, East-European and German Shepherds, Collie, American cockers, Schnauzers and Dobermanns in Wladiwostok.
In Holland from 1993, Nadjia continued her dogs related life and followed the obliged courses of the Dutch Kennel Club, passed all the necessary exams and in 2004 she became an official FCI judge. As judge, dog sport fancier and photographer she is active on many dog shows and working trails.
Nowadays Nadjia is almost Allround judge and she judges all over the globe.
As respected Dobermann specialist Nadjia is often asked to judge the Champion shows of many Dobermann clubs.
In 2011 approved by The Kennel Club of England to award CC’s merit in UK.
Passion for journalism and photography resulted in her popular book series "The World of Dobermanns".
With the kennel Nadjia became a quite famous Dobermann breeder in Holland and many work- and show- champions are the result of her breeding.
For many ears she was a Chairman Dobermann health committee of the Dutch Dobermann Club.
Founder and president of the East-European Shepherd Club in Holland and Vice-president of Int. DogShow de Utrecht.
Ambitions, Experience, Quality and Good Care are the core characteristics of her work.