Thekla has been working at the clinic’s reception for years. She is a very good listener and adviser over the phone. If you can’t get help from Thekla on the phone you MUST take your pet to the doctor.
Thekla spends the bigger part of her day behind the computer, but if a really impossible dog comes into the clinic, Thekla steps out from behind the desk and „tames” him. She has some sort of magical effect on them. Fortunately, it’s seldom necessary.
Thekla has had dogs in her family her whole life, she was 20 when she got her first show dog. It was a black male Newfoundland called Roy, who was better trained than the German shepherds Thekla has now. Unfortunately, that dog was always last in shows. However, as Thekla was hopelessly infected with dog show fever and didn’t want to be last, another Newfoundland dog was taken in, who was always first in show. From that time onwards, her main concentration has been on dog shows.
Her third dog was without papers, flop-eared German Shepherd called Robi, who was given to Thekla by her husband. Robi was truly smart and trained and Robi sparked Thekla’s love for German Shepherds.
A Toy Poodle came into Thekla’s family, when she took her mother-in-law’s silver-grey Poodle puppy in for a few days.
Thekla has worked in many dog kennels in Finland, from there she got the courage and tips to open her own dog accommodation.
In her spare time, Thekla does grooming for dogs and cats and offers accommodation to all sorts of animals. She also gives advice on behaviour and training, attends a lot of dog shows and trains her own dogs.
Thekla has 4 Toy Poodles, 2 German Shepherds, a Borzoi and a cat at home.
If Thekla has some time to spare from dealing with her furry friends, she likes to go on canoeing trips and at least once a year she turns off her phone and takes some time off on a sandy beach somewhere.