- Dog protection helper
- Prize Winner World Championship FCI 2017
- Team Leader of Ukrainian Team during World Championship FMBB 2019
- Team Leader of Ukrainian Team during World Championships FCI 2018 and 2019
He has been involved in IGP training since 2001
The owner of the Doberman Tahi Reme Gerett, with whom he was one of the first in Ukraine to prepare and pass the German character test for Dobermans (ZTP) in Hungary in 2005, and in 2006 became the World Champion in IDC conformation. After collecting several major conformation titles for Gerett, including International.
Julian and Tatiana have trained numerous Dobermans from different countries in various training courses such as BH, IPO 1-3, and have also prepared them for passing the German ZTP tests. Many well-known conformation Dobermans, not only from Ukraine but also from Russia, Slovakia, Serbia, Slovenia, Finland, and the USA, were trained at the Grazianno kennel from 2008 to 2017.
Since 2010, with the arrival of the Malinois Mecberger Lulu at the kennel, Julian has been involved in preparing her and her offspring. Starting in 2014, he began competing with her son from our breeding, Tuz iz Gratsiano. Having become the winner of IPO1 competitions twice, Tuz, at the age of 2, successfully participated in the FMBB World Championship in 2015, becoming the youngest participant.
With Tuz, Julian achieved multiple victories in IPO3 competitions in Ukraine, becoming the Ukrainian IPO3 Champion in 2017. However, their greatest success was securing a prestigious third-place finish at the FCI World Championship in 2017 with an “excellent” rating. Never before had a Ukrainian dog, born and trained in Ukraine, reached such heights on the podium of this most important event in the world of IPO (IGP, as it has been called since 2019)
Tuz iz Gratsiano, a Malinois of their own breeding and training, achieved remarkable results:
- Winner of the “Kubok Vasilkova” in IPO1 in 2014 with a score of 285 points (98-94-93). Judge: Igor Lengvarski (Slovakia).
- Winner of the “Kubok Agrosoyuz” in IPO1 in 2014 in Dnipro, Ukraine, with a perfect score of 100 points in Obedience. Overall score: 296 points (98-100-98). Judge: Petr Lengvarski (Slovakia).
- Youngest participant at the FMBB World Championship in 2015 with a score of 258 points (81-85-92).
- Winner of the “Kubok Ukraine” in 2015 in Dnipro with a result of 288 points (99-95-94). Judge: Igor Zapovitryany (Ukraine).
- 24th place at the FCI World Championship in IPO3 in Delémont, Switzerland in 2015 with a score of 276 points (92-89-95).
- Winner of the “Kubok WUSV” in 2015 in Romny with a score of 285 points (89-98-98).
- Winner of the “Kubok Vasilkova” in IPO3 in 2016 with a score of 279 points (95-97-87). Judge: Igor Lengvarski (Slovakia).
- Finalist at the FMBB World Championship in 2016 in France, finishing in 14th place with a score of 282 points (98-94-90).
- 21st place at the FCI World Championship in 2016 in Slovenia with a score of 272 points (86-92-94).
- Vice-champion of Ukraine in 2016 in Romny with a score of 285 points (92-89-95). Judges: Dušan Maitas (Slovakia) and Michael Greb (Switzerland).
- Vice-champion of the “Kubok Vasilkova” in IPO3 in 2017 with a score of 266 points (76-97-93). Judge: Petr Lengvarski (Slovakia).
- Medalist at the FCI World Championship in 2017 in Germany with a score of 291 points (99-96-96).
- Ukrainian Champion and winner of the Ukrainian Championship in Romny in 2017 with a score of 287 points (97-95-95). Judge: Hari Arcon (Slovenia).
- Finalist at the FMBB World Championship in 2018 in Slovenia, finishing in 17th place with a score of 267 points (92-85-88).
Unfortunately, in 2018, Tuz passed away, and Julian continued his involvement in sports as a dog trainer for Team Grazianno. Currently, he is preparing young dogs and plans to return to competitive sports in the near future.
During this time, he actively participates in the training of other dogs, including dogs working in different disciplines that involve protection work.
Julian serves as the Team Leader, meaning he is the Captain of the Ukrainian National Team at the FMBB World Championship in 2019 and at the FCI World Championship in both 2018 and 2019.
Since 2018, Julian has been a member of the licensing commission of the Kennel Union of Ukraine (UKU) for the certification of helpers (figurants).