Jane Hobson Death – Professional dog handler and Rottweiler breeder of New Jersey Jane Hobsos has passed away. She was announced dead on Wednesday, July 19th, 2023, through a social media post that says “She always was taking care of any two or four-legged friends. She was always smiling. Unless she was in the ring with her poker face on for the judge. She was honest and kind. No one can replace Jane Hobson and I am sure she is getting more licks in heaven than. We can imagine. The world won’t be the same without you. Love you, Jane!
Who was Jane Hobson?
The first Rottweiler Jane Hobson ever saw was in a pick-up truck at Dania Beach, Florida, in 1979. Her husband knew a man whose mother was an Alabama breeder. A six-month-old puppy that had never left the kennel was sent to them. He educated her about steady temperament as soon as she was let out of the confined kennel.
Since 1982, Jane had owned Rottweilers. Calvin von Valiant Bismark, her first show dog, marked the beginning of her busy showing career around 1988. In 1989, she bred her first litter under the kennel name Hobson’s Choice. Around 1985, she began handling Calvin, her first Rottweiler, at wrestling competitions. Judy Uggiano, who bred dogs under the kennel name Razdy’s, sold her two females. She mentored her and instructed her in exhibiting.
She was also enrolled in handling courses offered by Mickey Cooke, a teacher at Schooley Mountain Kennel Club and her handling mentor. She was exhibiting Calvin, her own dog, at the time, along with a handful of Judy’s show females. Additionally, Judy granted her the chance to begin spot-specializing Champion Razdy’s Abraham, her dog.
About Jane Hobson
She was always able to assist other dog handlers in need. A sizable Bullmastiff kennel owner approached her in 1989 and offered to take care of her dogs. Breeder Mimi Einstein owned the kennel Allstar Bullmastiff. With a buddy who was breeding a bitch to a working Schutzhund III dog, she traveled to North Carolina in 1992. Gary Hanrahan was conducting a Schutzhund seminar at the kennel that weekend. She attended the class and saw a Rottweiler follow the course with such precision and diligence.
She was referred to T. Floyd by well-known Schutzhund trainer Wayne Simanovich, who suggested him as a trainer. She learned all of her fundamentals for the sport from T. Floyd. She believes that the greatest way to improve at any sport is to study them. She had awarded Schutzhund titles to several dogs since that initial lecture.
Jane Hobson’s obituary and funeral arrangements
Family and friends may pay their respects on Wednesday, July 26, 2023, from 4-6 PM at the Warren Hills Memorial Home. 234 W. Washington Ave. Washington, NJ 07882. A funeral service celebrating Jane’s life will begin at 6:00 PM at the funeral home. In place of flowers, donations may be made to “Take The Lead at http://takethelead.org OR St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105-1942, http://www.stjude.org
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