Dr. Judit Juhasz is a veterinarian, received her degree in 1988 from the University of Veterinary Medicine in Budapest, Hungary. She worked as a reproductive specialist at the Experimental Station of the University where she developed the equine artificial insemination program. She received her PhD degree in 2002 on Equine andrology. Dr. Judit has been working with dromedary camels over 20 years. In 2000–2002, she worked in the Sultanate of Oman to develop an embryo transfer and artificial insemination program for racing camels. Since 2003, she has been in Dubai, UAE to develop, then to manage the world first large-scale camel milking farm (EICMP, Camelicious®) where she is Chief Veterinary Officer since 2006. Dr. Judit has special interest in sustainable animal welfare and large-scale farm management. She is also one of the founders and co-organizer of the ICAR Satellite Meetings on Camelid Reproduction.