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Standard in Pictures

HEAD

Is of oval form and middle size. Eyes are neither prominent nor deeply set in. They should express alertness and intelligence. The colour of eyes is dark brown.

EARS:

are of moderate size, preferably rather small than big. On onset broad, muscled, upright, not sharp but in the form of neither similar to a spoon nor to the ear of a batman. They are set wide apart and bend outwards,react to every noise and are highly upright when the dog is alert.The whole ear is of thick condition and its inside is well covered by hair.

MUZZLE:

Jaw/Teeth: Der Unterkiefer ist kraeftig, tief, gut entwickelt. Die Zaehne sind gesund, Kraeftig, regelmaessig eingesetzt, in Form eines Scherengebisses schliessend, d.h. die obere Schneidezahnreihe greift ohne Zwischenraum ueber die untere. Da der ACD dazu bestimmt ist, stoerrisches Vieh durch Bisse oder Zwicken in die Ferse anzutreiben, sind gesunde und kraeftige Zaehne sehr wichtig.


eyes show alertness & intelligence

watchful eyes with the glance of alertness

perfect ears and earset

complete scissorbites

Perfect dentition

Bewegung in Stand und Lauf

The standard requests the following movement/gait:

The action is true, free, supple and tireless and the movement of the shoulders and forelegs is in unison with the powerful thrust of the hindquarters. The capability of quick and sudden movement is essential. Soundness is of paramount importance and stiltiness, loaded or slack shoulders, straight shoulder placement, weakness at elbows, pasterns or feet, straight stifles, cow or bow hocks, must be regarded as serious faults. When trotting the feet tend to come closer together at ground level as speed increases, but when the dog comes to rest he should stand four square.

photos by George Steffen show CAYCE „John’s little devils Abby“

start of galopping

Galopp

landing on front


strong thrive by hindquarters

quick, sudden turning
following photos by Karin Saenger

slow trotting

in quick trotting the front legs are approaching each other

in very quick trotting the feet are nearly touching each other

perfect standing with straight legs

©Doris Duewel

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Interview with Carol Beckett, TAGETARL

Carol Beckett
A million hours of sleepless nights, hard work and never ending dedication…not a ‘hobby’ you can shelve for a while and then go back to when you feel like it…but one that is 24/7…When you breed a BIS winner or you hear from a family who has bought a puppy that has brought joy to their lives for over a decade, that their children have grown up with your dog. That this dog will leave lasting memories into their adult lives, the pup that left you as a furry bundle…then it is all worth it.

Emotional ties and birth

Doris asks Carol Beckett of TAGETARL KENNEL

Carol Beckett and her husband Stephen are both judges and breeders of Australian Cattle Dogs. Their successful and reputed kennel “Tagetarl” is known for quality in the world of Australian Cattle Dog

Doris:

”What are ACDs for you? Do they still touch your soul after these many years of living with them?”

Carol:

I fell in love with the ACD as a child but was never allowed to have one. My family was not the sort of people who paid money for a dog, although we always had several. Now I could not live without an ACD or two by my side. For me they are the perfect dog. They understand your every thought and emotion almost before you do.

I recently travelled away showing with my friend and seven of my dogs for almost a week. Although she knew the dogs from our regular shows together she had not spent any time with them away from the show scene. The days that we travelled and let the dogs out together for a run gave her an insight into my life every day. She said to me that she had no idea that each dog had a very different and individual personality and that they all interacted with each-other on so many different levels. She said that she just knew them by name from the shows, now she knows them for who they really are. This is why I love the breed and am surrounded by them everyday.”

Doris:

”How do your bitches deliver? In a separate room? Do they need human companionship or do they prefer to be alone?”

Carol:

“I am with our bitch through the whole process. Our girls like me to be with them while they are giving birth and often cry out for me to come or wait till I am home to start delivering. We have a separate area purposely built for whelping bitches and young pups. The bitch is put in the whelping are a few weeks before she delivers. We have heating, lighting and cooling set up here with refrigerator for drugs and supplements and hoses for cleaning. I sit with the bitch through the delivery and then make checks on her and the pups every two hours day and night for the first week until all the pups are feeding properly. I check the pups circulation and for de-hydration every two-hour and intervene when necessary. On the whole ACDs are very good mothers but I always keep a careful eye on everything until I am happy that the pups are doing well and know that the mother is looking after the pups correctly.”

Doris:

”Are you making litters separately or does it happen, that you have more than one litter at the time?”

Carol:

“Most of our bitches cycle (come into oestrus) at the same time or close together. Therefore we usually have more than one litter at a time. We have two whether seasons here a cool dry season (May to September) and a very hot humid wet season (October to April). We try to do most of our litters only in the early dry season. We like to mate two bitches at the same time. If one bitch has a big litter and the other has only a couple of puppies sometimes you can take some pups off one mother and give to the other, but only if they are similar in age and you must be very careful that the adoptive mother accepts the pups. If we get a big litter we usually bottle feed the puppies with extra milk.”

Joyful life of puppies

Doris:

”How are your dogs living? In family packs or separated?”

Carol:

“All our dogs are separated in individual kennels side by side. Every afternoon we let all the dogs out and put them together in a big yard with natural woodland. All our stud dogs and bitches exercise and run together for about an hour. The only dogs we do not run together are bitches that are in season or pregnant and very young puppies.”

Doris:

”ACDs are extremely intelligent. How do you wake it up and improve their intelligence?”

Carol:

“For puppies we give them a toy box and change the toys every few days. Puppies have normal dog toys like kong, balls and squeaker but we also give them things that people use as well like empty drink bottles, old flower pots, plastic containers from the kitchen. We also leave a radio or T.V. on for the dogs to hear people talking and music. For the adult dogs we train them and we also give them new things to explore in their big exercise yard.”

Doris:

”Who is beside you responsible for the care of your dogs?

Carol:

“My husband and I care for, clean, train and handle our dogs alone. We sometimes have an extra person help out at the shows if we have lots of dogs entered.”
Doris:
”How often are you judging in and outside of Australia?”

Carol:

“We have judged in most states of Australia. We have not judged outside Australia yet but would love to get a judging appointment in another country in the future. We are both able to judge the working (herding and pastoral) breeds, I am also able to judge all toy breeds and my husband can judge utility breeds (boxer, Doberman and such)”.

Doris:

”Do you sometimes think: “I wish I were one of my ACDs?”

Carol:

“Yes, they have a lovely carefree life with everything provided for lots of love and are all very happy”.

“How We Care for Our Puppies’ Future

Doris:

How are you choosing new parents for an ACD puppy?

Carol:

We have puppy application form that tell us a bit about the person, such as how many dogs they already have, are they de-sexed, why do they want and ACD. Then we also ask for reference from people like their veterinarians. We also e-mail people and ask them more questions before we agree to selling anyone a puppy. We only breed a few litters per year so we are very careful who gets a Tagetarl puppy.


Doris:

Are you exporting your pups to abroad?

Carol:

Yes we have exported to the USA and Canada and would like to export to other countries. We do not breed many litters each year, so sometimes people will not wait for long enough to get a puppy from us. That is their loss as our puppies are definitely worth waiting for.

Tagetarl has made up many champions over the years. Doris:

How many were there exactly?


Carol:

So far 68 Champions, with more on the way to becoming Champions. In Australia a dog needs to accumulate 100 points to become a Champion. A dog gets 5 points for each challenge plus 1 point for every dog that they beat.

Doris:

What are you thinking about health tests? Are you testing your dogs?

Carol:

Yes, we DNA test all our breeding stock for PRA. We will only breed with sound dogs. We have bred almost 150 litters of puppies and have never had any deaf puppies born.

Doris:

What do you think about comprehensive breeding rules by the Kennel- or Breed Club, which everyone has to follow in order to get pedigrees for his pups?

Carol:

If your dogs are registered and have pedigree papers, then provided they are quality dogs, they should be entitled to get pedigrees. Some rules are too restrictive. It is making it too hard for people to breed.

In Australia there are new moves to restrict breeders as well. Breeders have great knowledge about their breed. We have been the custodians of our breeds for hundreds of year. Breeders should not have to follow rules laided down by kennel controls that tell us how to breed our dogs.

When a breed is restricted by too many rules this discourages lots of new breeders to join as it is too difficult for them and too expensive.

There are many lobby groups with the hidden agenda to stop the breeding of purebred dogs around the world. All breeders must fight to protect our rights to breed.

Doris:

Are your ACDs making certain herding test?

Carol:

Herding is only a very new sport in Australia. Where we live the climate is tropical and very hot for most of the year. It is too hot here to hold herding or working trials. Many dogs that we have bred are actively working cattle on large stations throughout Australia, such as in country Queensland, the Kimberley in Western Australian, in central Northern Territory around Alice Springs and also in Southern Australia where the weather is not so hot.

It must be remembered that the ACD was developed to move wild cattle over vast distances. These cattle have not had human or horse contact for sometimes many years, if ever at all during their lives. Not for herding tame dairy (milk) cattle or sheep. The ACD must be tenacious and aggressive enough to control wild cattle. These cattle are very unpredictable, often strong willed or even terrified. The ACD must be able to control such cattle. By dominating them.

Herding trials do not simulate or recreate these same conditions. Herding trials do not use wild cattle. The ACD was bred to move large groups of cattle, many hundreds at one time. The ACD works alongside a stockman on horseback. Usually there would be several dogs and several stockmen working together to move a mob of cattle to market.

Doris:

In which fields are Tagetarl ACDs working?

Carol:

We have dogs that are working cattle every day on cattle properties throughout Australia. We also have breed dogs that do obedience and agility trials. We have bred a dog that is in the Australian Army and a Police dog and of course we also show.
Regarding shows.

Doris:

Do you believe dogs’ type changed over the year or changed from county to county, from country to country or even
is divided into show dogs type and a working type of ACD?

Carol:

No, there is a distinct difference between a working Border Collie or Kelpie and a show dog, but this is not so obvious in the ACD. Some kennels are producing dogs that are too heavy and not agile.The main difference in the breed today is the big gap between good dogs and very poor dogs. There are a lot more people in Australia breeding ACDs who do not have the knowledge of what the breed was designed to do, work cattle.M any new breeders in Australia just think that the ACD is a nice show dog. When the ACD is shown he must be constructed so that he can move freely and effortlessly and not be a heavy slow moving show dog.

Doris:
Thank you for this interview, Carol!


©Interview: Doris Duewel

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Does Working Influence the Temperament?

Interview with Gwen Shepperson of KS Ranch and breeder of “KS Ranch Heelers”

by Doris Duewel, Finland

DORIS:

“Gwen,you are working in your job as farmer with your Australian Cattle Dogs on Angus cattle and you are aswell a reputed breeder of ACDs. Which experience have you made with your breeding stock and your puppy owners?
Are working ACDs difficult to handle or keep, if you cannot give them the opportunity to work? Does it make sense to sell pups to private people?”

GWEN:

“I do believe that our dogs are much more active and athletic probably than many show dogs. Our dogs’ body type is much the same as your European dogs I think–it seems that the American ACD is tending towards a smaller, very bulky dog with a narrower head and longer muzzle, all of which I do not care for! I like an athletic dog with a bit of leg, but still strong in the chest and hind end, with a good strong jaw on a short muzzle and broad head that can better withstand a kick from cattle during work.”

“I often wonder how long a show dog would last on the cattle range of our ranch during a working day!
There are quite a few show dogs that trial on ducks, sheep and cattle, but ranch work is an entirely different kind of livestock handling, with hardly any commands used, but rather a dog sees the job at hand and does it without stressing the livestock any more than necessary.”


I know many trial dogs that do not make a move without a command, and our dogs are quite the opposite!
Our dogs do have plenty of energy for the working days, but they are also well mannered house and family dogs when we are not busy in cattle.
I have sent pups to all sorts of homes, some ranches as large as ours, many smaller ranches and farms with small numbers of livestock, some performance homes and many family companion homes as well. I do make certain people understand that this is a very intelligent, working minded breed that needs a good daily amount of physical and mental exercise, whether that be working livestock or something else. But our pups have been happy in all sorts of homes. All our dogs are very good tempered, get along with each other, very friendly with any child, and most will happily greet a stranger, and while others are a bit leery of strangers, none would ever be aggressive.
Most days I have 4 or 5 dogs in the back of my truck when picking up my children at school, and they happily greet anyone that wants to say hello!

Many people are surprised how friendly they are for this breed of ranch dog! I refuse to let aggressive working ability be an excuse for a socially aggressive dog–there is no reason a dog cannot be an aggressive, hard biting worker and a pleasant companion and family dog all in one.
I do feel that the working instinct and ability is being forsaken for many other ideals to make the ACD successful in the show ring, which is why I would like to establish my own AKC lines that have a reputation for being well structured for the breed standard with good intelligence and temperament for any activity, but still have that natural instinct and drive for livestock work that the breed was originated for.

So far, I have gotten a great deal of interest for such a dog from people all around the world, so I think I will keep myself busy with creating these blood lines for many years to come!

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Wrong or Right – the Correct Headtype

the ACD should NOT have a domed skull and a short muzzle, it should NOT have a definite stop between the skull and muzzle.
The planes of the head from the side must be parallel and the skull only slightly rounded on sided but flat on top.
When the skull is prominent (domed) the dog is at risk of having it’s skull kicked off by a cow. When the stop is indented or definite the cow’s hoof can easily kick the dog in the skull.
A correct head has a slight stop and a flat skull. Then the cow’s hoof is deflected (slides off more easily) if the dog is kicked.
If an ACD has a short muzzle this will give it breathing problems and will limit endurance. Often when we see dogs with short muzzles they are ‘snorting’ or puffing after running, just like a short faced breed like the Chow Chow.
This head type is not correct but lots of people are fooled into thinking it is right because these dogs have big and impressive heads and they look appealing to people who do not know the finer points of the breed. They look cute like a ‘teddy bear’ but they are not correct!
There is a reason why the ACD head is supposed to be as the standard says and that is so it can work cattle without injury
The ACDs should have a strong head and broad skull for lots of brain room.
Even in Australia we have lots of judges who put up the wrong type of dogs.
©Carol Beckett

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Studs/Rueden SWE

STUDS/RUEDEN

KORAD Bushbug’s Agile N Azure

  • Breeder:Susanne Blomqvist
  • homepage
  • email or Telefon/Fax: +46(0)19-57 23 93
  • pedigree

    Personal Dates:

  • d.o.b.:9-4-2005
  • HD:B-B
  • ED:0-0
  • prcd2:B
  • BAER test:normal
  • dentition:complete, correct scissor bite
  • size/weight:46cm
  • eyes:OK
  • frozen semen: no information
  • breeding allowance:yes
  • mental test: MH, KORAD
  • show results:CAC
  • KORAD Bushbug’s Esmond Drury (Echo)

    D.o.b April 2009 Red double masked. PRA Clear BAER Normal HD A/A = Excellent ED 0/0 Full & correct dentition Eyes checked clear on 5-4-2011.
    . MH depiction. Not gun-shy. Show; 1st prize junior Class. A dog that search practically, for wounded game. He has his own page at http://www.bushbugs.se Allready has a mating in progress..

    KORAD Bushbug’s Excalibur Swim´n Image (Enzo)


    DoB April 2009 Blue half masked. PRA DNA Carrier BAER Normal HD B/B ED 0/0 Full & Correct dentition Eyes checked soon. MH depiction. Not gun shy. Show: 1st prize Ck = Certificate quality.Passed the herding insinct test (unof). A search for humans & rescue dog; will start the education very soon… He has his own page at: http://www.bushbugs.se Allready has a mating in progress..

    KORAD Bushbug’s Foam Beetle (Molts)


    DoB June 2009 Blue double masked. Obligate PRA Clear HD A/A = Excellent ED 0/0 BAER Normal. Full & correct dentition Eyes checked soon. MH depiction. Not gun shy. Show: 1st prize HP in junior Class (with hounours, very promising). An Obedience & agility dog. A dog with a great will to please. Suitable for “strong girls”. Though not shy, just very nice and a joy to own! Co-owned by Bushbug´s kennel. Foamys Sire Chico, is among the top 20. re. all Korade in breed group 1. Foamy (moltas) has his own page at http://www.bushbugs.se

    KORAD Bushbug’s Aventurin Afire (Angus)

    DoB April 2005 Red double masked. PRA Clear HD B/B ED 0/0 BAER Normal. Full & correct dentition. Eyes Clear 2009-01-30. 2 CAC & Cacib in Norway. A proven stud. Herding cows on a daily basis.He has his own page at http://www.bushbugs.se

    KORAD SUCH Hobnoch Im Wildbout Harry

    (ex:AustCh Coomablue Red Alert x Hobnoch In Denim)

    Personal Dates:

    • d.o.b.:9-4-2005
    • HD:A-A
    • ED:0-0
    • prcd2:B
    • BAER test:normal
    • dentition:complete, correct scissor bite
    • size/weight:—
    • eyes:free of any diseases
    • frozen semen:no
    • breeding allowance:yes
    • mental test: MH, KORAD
    • show results:placed excellent/Champion
    • working:Tracking, agility and obedience


    DoB June 2009 Blue double masked. Obligate PRA Clear HD A/A = Excellent ED 0/0 BAER Normal. Full & correct dentition Eyes checked soon. MH depiction. Not gun shy. Show: 1st prize HP in junior Class (with hounours, very promising). An Obedience & agility dog. A dog with a great will to please. Suitable for “strong girls”. Though not shy, just very nice and a joy to own! Co-owned by Bushbug´s kennel. Foamys Sire Chico, is among the top 20. re. all Korade in breed group 1. Foamy (moltas) has his own page at http://www.bushbugs.se

    KORAD Bushbug’s Aventurin Afire (Angus)

    DoB April 2005 Red double masked. PRA Clear HD B/B ED 0/0 BAER Normal. Full & correct dentition. Eyes Clear 2009-01-30. 2 CAC & Cacib in Norway. A proven stud. Herding cows on a daily basis.He has his own page at http://www.bushbugs.se

    Janannie Ironbark Raferty Rules

    Personal Dates
  • d.o.b.: 2009-08-26
  • prcd 2: Prcd pattern A
  • Dentition: full scissorbite
  • HD:B1 (Australia
  • For further information, contact:

  • Breeder:Susanne & Hans Viberg, HEJASTUGANS KENNEL
  • homepage
  • email or Phone: +46 (0)8-550 494 64
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    Studs/Rueden PL

    STUDS/RUEDEN

    Multi Ch QUINKIN Astra Canina

  • Breeder:Anna Magdalena Pol
  • z Domy Polanki
  • email
  • or tel. +48 501 282667
  • d.o.b.: 14.12.2004
  • size/weight:50,3 cm/26kg
  • HD-A
  • ED 0-0
  • prcd-PRA-test DNA C (Affected
    PRA, Cataract, CEA, RD, etc. – unaffected (clear) – 2010
  • BAER test: normal
  • working:Agility, Obedience, Herding – PIP
    (Herding Test): (Companion Dog), IPO
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    Studs/Rueden I

    STUDS/RUEDEN

    BANANA BENDER

    CH Landmaster Promised Land

  • geb: 22-7-2004
  • FCI/HD A
  • FCI/ED 0:0
  • full correct scissor bite
  • Baer test :normal
  • DNA prcd – PRA: B
  • Breeders:Paolo Coletta and Simona Capelli
  • Banana Bender
  • email or Tel.:Casa +39 33 16 50 10 24
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    DROVER’s RUN HORSE RANCH

    Armani Kazary Toyo Ken

    no health results available

  • geb: 29-12-06
  • Breeder:Jerry Lanzoni
  • homepage
  • email
  • Tel. 347-3449812
  • Ahnentafel
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    Studs/Rueden GB

    STUDS/RUEDEN

    JAHANGHIR

    Jahanghir Pure Genius

  • Breeders: Mrs.E.+ Guy Gray
  • homepage
  • email
  • pedigree
  • Persoenal Dates:

  • d.o.b..:—
  • HD:7/6
  • ED:0-0
  • prcd2:B
  • BAER test:normal
  • Dentition: full scissor bite
  • Size/weight:—
  • Eyes:CERF ok
  • Frozen semen: no
  • temperament test:—
  • AUSTMANS

    BISS Ch Austmans Real Riot

  • Breeder:Kimberley Jebson and Mark Plummer
  • homepage
  • email
  • tel: 01526 344808
  • Persoenal Dates:

  • geb: 10-4-2002
  • HD:5-5
  • ED:0-0
  • prcd2:A
  • BAER test:normal
  • Dentition:—
  • Size/weight:—
  • Eyes:—
  • Frozen semen: no
  • temperament test:—
  • Pedigree
  • AUSTMANS

    Ch Ramelia Magnetic Blue with Austmans

  • Breeders:Kimberley Jebson and Mark Plummer
  • homepage
  • email
  • tel: 01526 344808
  • Persoenal Dates:

  • d.o.b.:10-8-2007
  • HD:6:5
  • ED:0-0
  • prcd2:B
  • BAER test:normal
  • Dentition:—
  • Size/weight:—
  • Eyes:—
  • Fozen semen: no
  • Temperament test:—
  • YARRAMAN

    Landmaster Only Believe

  • Breeders: Chris & Allison Johnson
  • homepage
  • email
  • Cappy’s father is Am Ch/Aus Ch DuWest Say No More (Am Ch DuWest Stonewash Blue RN ex Am Ch DuWest A Birdy Told Me So).And his mother is Tirlta Wise Council (Tirlta Red Label ex Tirlta Sage).

    Persoenal Dates:

  • d.o.b.:—
  • HD:—
  • ED:—
  • prcd2:A
  • BAER test:normal
  • Dentition: correct scissor bite
  • Size/weight:within standard
  • Eyes:—
  • Frozen semen: no
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    Studs/Rueden FR

    STUDS/RUEDEN

    RIDGEY DIDGE ACDs

    Ridgey Didge Back in Red

  • geb: 10. April, 2006
  • Groesse: 53 cm
  • Farbe:rot getuepfelt
  • Bezahnung: volle Schere
  • PRA – A
  • Augen: ok
  • HD: C/B
  • ED:0-0
  • BAER:normal
  • DNA – Antagene ID card
  • Aktivitaeten – herding, truffle hunting
  • pedigree
  • Zuechter: Diana Macle-Gontier
  • homepage

  • or tel:05 5768 4011
    mobile: 0615 3732 30

    OUTBACK AUSTRALIA

    Aco at Bullroarer

  • geb: 5-7-2005
  • HD: B/C
  • ED: 0-0
  • prcd2: A (frei von PRA)
  • Augen : ok
  • BAER test: normal
  • Ahnentafel
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  • homepage
  • emailor tel:065034 6917
  • ELEVAGE DU YEO

    Turbo du Yeo

  • Ahnentafel
    Persoenliche Daten
  • HD: B
  • ED:fehlt
  • prcd2: A (frei von PRA)
  • BAER (PEA)test:normal
  • Bezahnung: volle korrekte Schere
  • Groesse:49cm
  •  

  • Zuechter/Eigentuemer:Yolande de Radigues
  • homepage
  • email or tel:04 94 04 22 25
  •  

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    Studs/Rueden EST

    STUDS/RUEDEN

    My Star Edition/co-owner Marge Martin

  • Zuechter:Tony Dixon & Margaret Price, Australia
  • Besitzer:Lada Mehlkas, Tallin
  • homepage
  • pedigree
  • email or tel: +37255669152
  • Persoenliche Daten:

  • geb:2-5-06
  • HD:C
  • ED:0-0
  • prcd2:A
  • BAER test: normal
  • Gebis: volles Scherengebiss
  • Groesse/Gewicht:—
  • Augen:ok
  • Gefriersamen: nein
  • ZZL: ja
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    Studs/Rueden CZ

    STUDS/RUEDEN

    ACD z KRAJE LICHNICE

    Windwarriors Blue Cidabro

    Windwarriors Blue Cidabro

    (ex Windwarrior´s The Executor x Pavesi Blue Wind)

  • Breeder:Sarka Tylova
  • homepage
  • email l
    tel. 731 516 695
  • Personal Dates:

  • born:14. 4. 2005 in Finland
  • BEAR test: normal
  • ED: 0/0
  • HD: 0/0
  • size:46 cm
  • PRA: – negativ (2006)
  • Prcd Mutation test for DNA: normal/clear (Pattern A)
  • Dentition:correct scissorbitw
  • inherited eye deseases:free
  • Breeding allowance:for approved bitches
  • BULLIT STAR

    GILGANDRA Bullit Star

  • Breeders: Tomas a Hana Petrusovi
  • homepage
  • email
    Tel.: 381 591 483 or tel. 381 591 483
  • CIDABRO

    Ch Doc Bar Cidabro

  • Breeder:Andrea Dankova
  • homepage
  • email
    Tel.: +420 466 335 174
  • CINDERELLA’s Ranch


    Heelersridge Firetrails Baron
  • Breeder:Milan Svárkovský
  • homepage
  • emailor Tel.: +420 731 853 125 or
    +420 731 980 777
  • od DORRINKY

    Ch Duwest Bubba Magnet

  • Breeder:Michaela Zurkova
  • homepage
  • email
    Tel.: +420 737 164 783
  • KAZARI TOYO-KEN

    Ch Cayman Kazari Toyo-Ken

  • Breeder: Eva Dedicova
  • homepage
  • emailTel.: 00420 326 329 791 or
    Mobil: 00420 777 264 117
  • MORAVIA VALLEY

    Kurpas’ Fire n Brimstone

  • Breeder: Radka Zoulova
  • hotmail
  • email
  • Mobil: 777 099 812
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    Studs/Rueden CH

    STUDS/RUEDEN

    Swiss Junior Ch, Swiss and I Champion

    Wild Willow’s Inti Igloo

    INTOs homepage

    Personal dates::

  • HD: AA
  • ED: 00
  • dentition:full scissor bite
  • Eyes:CERF ok, Sept. 09
  • BAER: ok
  • prcd-PRA: B
  • Size/weight: 48cm/22.7kg
  • VetGen DNA – Farbe – BBEE
  • Passed the temperament test with excellent under judge
    Ms. Eva Mosimann. He also passed the French “herding test CANT” on cows.
    He passed the French Koerung I.class, LOF-FCI
    For further information please contact Ms.Gabrielle Tenud.
  • email 1
  • email 2
  • or tel:+41 (0)76 282 72 38/+33 (0)608 14 75 89
  • pedigree

    Ch Oakhill Valley Chaos

  • Breeder:Ane and Ove Sörensen, DK
  • Owner: Nicole Lichtsteiner, AUT
  • email or
  • Tel. 0041 / (0)61 322 17 58
  • d.o.b.: 18-5-2003
  • HD: A
  • ED: 0-0
  • prcd: A
  • BAER: normal
  • Dentition: Scissor bite
  • Size/weight: 51cm/29kg
  • Eye eseases: free
  • Frozen semen: no
  • Mating allowance: yes
  • extra remarks:MDR1 o.k.
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    Ch Reddenblu Howdya Like Me Now

  • Zuechter/Eigentuemer: Joyce, Rowland & Rebecca Redden
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  • d.o.b.; 4-5-2001
  • HD:OFA good
  • ED:—
  • prcd2:B
  • BAER:normal
  • Gebiss:volles Scherengebiss
  • Groesse:19 3/4″
  • Augenkrankheiten: —
  • Gefriersamen: fehlt
  • Deckerlaubnis:f.passende Huendinnen
  • CH Buzzards Blue Duramax

  • Zuechter/Eigentuemer:Jim Buzzard
  • homepage
  • email
  • HD: fehlt
  • ED: fehlt
  • prcd2: A
  • BAER: fehlt
  • Gebiss:volles Scheregebiss
  • Groesse/Gewicht:20″/65lbs
  • Augenkrankheiten: fehlt
  • Gefriersamen: nein
  • Zuchterlaubnis: ja
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