UKDA Commitee

David Anderson 


Michael Mc Cann

General Secretary & Working Dogs Director

Mr Roger Duckham


Shangar Sivarajah

Membership Secretary

Shangar Sivarajah


President: Mr David Anderson


Pictured left to right at the UKDA ZTP: David Anderson, Mr Hans Wiblishauser, Mr Michael Mc Cann.

I have owned, bred and most notably shown, top quality Dobermann since 1979. Showing both the Dobermann Bitch CC record holder Eng & IR CH Pompie Sea Jade of Chancepixies winning some 24 CC’s (a record she held for some 15 years prior to being overtaken). I also handled the Male and Breed record holder CH Sallate Ferris to in excess of 40 CC’s (a record that was eventually broken in 2012). Other Dobermann I have campaigned and gained titles for are: CH Chancepixies Friend or Foe, CH Chancepixies Aura (owned and bred), CH Chancepixies Monopolist (owned and bred), CH Gaindyke Keramia of Chancepixies Bh, CH & IR CH Vincenza Distant Thunder, CH Vincedobe Eclipse of Chancepixies and CH Chancepixies Locomotive.

I am also a Championship show judge in the UK and have been invited to, and fulfilled, judging appointments internationally.

I became heavily involed in the working aspect of the Dobermann taking part in the VPG/IPO sport with notable success both through breeding and handling, having bred 4 of the first 10 Dobermann in Great Britain to have full working titles, namely Chancepixies Legend VPGIII, Chancepixes Angellica VPGI, and also being the handler of Chancepixies Auctioneer VPGI and Chancepixies Cherry Brandy VPGI.

David is co-founder (along with Mrs Jean Frost) of the Chancepixies affix.

General Secretary: Michael Mc Cann

Contact: 07496013382


Pictured is Michael Mc Cann receiving a KCAI dog training award at Crufts by Mr Paul Rawlings.

Working Dogs Director: Michael Mc Cann

Contact: 07496013382


I have gained various degrees of canine related qualifications ranging from Dog Psychology to Understanding Canine Aggression through CIDBT (Cambridge Institute of Dog Behavior and Training) gaining Professional Instructor Skills & Management in Dog Training, receiving National Dog Training Instructor certification from CIDBT, GODT Guild of Dog Trainers (Master Dog Trainer status), MBIPDT/ GODTMT/ NASDU.

I am an approved instructor for NASDU (National Association of Security Dog Users) delivering HABC GPSDH L2 & L3 courses to ex Police, Military & civilian personnel.

 I am an accredited KCAI (Kennel Club Accredited Instructor) also doing my BA Hons degree in Canine Behavior & Psychology, I am an approved trainer for the Kennel Club GCDS as well as an A list examiner.
Also completing courses with Edinburgh University in Animal Behaviour & Welfare under Professor Natalie Waran, BSc, PhD, Dr Fritha Langford, BSc, MSc, PhD , Dr Susan Jarvis, BSc, MSc, PhD , Heather Bacon, BSc BVSc CertZooMed MRCVS , Hayley Walters, RVN , Dr Jill MacKay, M.Sci, PhD.

I have a deep passion in how dogs learn & behave and the Dobermann breed is and has always been a particular passion of mine due to their quite sensitive nature & specific training techniques needed to get the best from them.

Currently I am training a 2 yr old female from the Warringhof & Vom Jaspis kennel in Germany and recently gained our IPO1 in Holland gaining the highest points of the trial in Obedience, I am also training a 10 month male from the Sant Kreal Kennel in Russia and he is currently ready to do his BH when he is old enough at 15 mts.

I am a Grade B helper as assessed &  licensed by FCI World Championship Judge Mr Simon Kwak from Holland, I am also a licensed UKDA tracklayer.

I am also a licensed Dutch Helper having worked under the guidance of international & world championship helper Mr Ruud Broeders and the examining judge in Utrecht was dhr.Rick Zainal from Holland.

Membership Secretary: Mrs Monika Katonova


My name is Monika I have been involved in the Dobermann breed for many years & enjoy spending lots of time with my Dogs, I have been involved in IPO Trials as trials secretary & club secretary & look forward to speaking to members over the coming months.

Treasurer: Sandie Clam

I had my first Dobe in 1982 and as family pets had 10 over the years. I now have 3 of my own – Vita, Chancepixies Femme Fatale (aged 11 ½), her daughter Tayla, Chancepixies Serenity (aged 7) and Tayla’s daughter Saskia, Chancepixies Yum Yum (aged 4). Having moved from Watford to Hawkinge in 2007, I became involved with IPO, showing and also some breeding, in partnership with Chancepixies.