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Judges Bio:

Dr. Glenn Friedlander

Dr. Friedlander is an American of Romanian-Filipino descent.  He was raised on a famr in the Catskill Mountain area of upstate New York.  He grew up among various different breeds of dogs including GSD, Shetland Sheepdogs, Afghan, Puli, Toy and Miniature Poodles and Lhasa Apso.

In 1979, he moved to the Phillipines to study Veterinary Medicine (three of his brothers are Veterinarians in the US), and has since become a permanent resident.  While living in the Philipines, he has owned Shih Tzus, Whippets, Miniature Pinschers, Dobermans, which has gone on to become on of the most successful homes in the Philipines - many Grand Champions, Champions and Specialty Best of Breed winners have carried the Abe's Ace Prefix including champions in Singapore and India.  He has bred four different PCCI All-Breed Best in Show winners, an unprecedented total in the history of the Phillipine Canine Club Incorporated. 

In 1997, he became the youngest licensed All Breed Judge in the Phillippines.  He is one of six active All Breed Judges in the country.  He is a lifetime member of the Phillipine Canine Club INc.  He served as a director from 1990-1999 and Show Committee Chairman from 1991-1999.  It was during this time that the dog show scene in the Phillipines became very active (and increase from 1990 of 5 shows to 26 Championship Point System and the current Dog of the Year system were all developed under his chairmanship).

To date, the highlights of his judging career was being selected as the lone Asian representative (outside of Japan) to the fifteen member revered international judges panel who judged the prestigious FCI-AKU 50th Anniversary Dog Show of the Japanese Kennel Club in Tokyo in March, 1999.  In October of 2000, he judged the Doberman breed along with other breeds at the world renowned Bundessieger show in Germany.  he judged in October 2001, a Doberman Specialty in New York.  He has judged in Australia, Germany, South Africa, United States, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Norway and througout the Phillipines.  In the future, he is contracted to judge in Japan, Canada, Mexico, Norway, Sweden, South Africa and Thailand.