a blog about Kilt and her kids plus Trouble our JRT mascot.

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Sequim, Washington, United States

Tuesday, December 20, 2011


Too tired to write about it, but Wayne wins on ALL accounts.  I need to start taking him to the race track more often. :0)   Five puppies born in a couple of hours, 3 boys, 2 girls.

Fat and Sassy

3 boys

2 girls

I have a had a few requests to put the pedigrees up for Buzz and Kilt.  Here they are. :0)

Buzz:  CEA/DNA eyes clear, elbows normal, OFA hips good
Kilt:  CERF eyes clear, elbows normal, OFA hips excellent

http://www.hoofandpawfarms.com/stud.htm  Suzy Applegate's Buzz  (click website for pedigree)

Kilt's pedigree

Imported Keen
By of Aled Owen's Bob, International Supreme CH.
Out of Aelwyn Owen's Lil by Bwlch Hemp

Keen-Eye Teag
2006 High Score Western Canadian Finals
British Columbias Top Open Sheepdog for 2006
Calgary World Championship winner 2007

by Dennis Gellings Chub, out of Gelling's Jiff
British Columbia's Cattle Dog of the year in Pro-Novice at one year of age
British Columbia's Open Sheep Dog (arena) 2005
Boundless enthusiasm and power, Performer at many rodeos and fairs

Foundation bitch for the Keen-Eye line
Top 10 in the 1999 Canadian Championships
Shian has produced many offspring with her genetics of honesty, high desire to please, and a lot of working talent through the Keen-Eye line, with MacPherson's Zac, Longton's Gyp and Bosworth's Coon in her linage.  Diana describes her as the ideal companion and working dog on sheep and cattle.

1 comment:

Karen said...

Congrats to Kilt on a job well done, and you AND Wayne:) and Buzz too of course! Lots of puppy posts to come, yay:)