Silvestre Fortune N’Glory went to Midland counties championship show and was placed 2nd in minor puppy dog. He thoroughly enjoyed his day out. His daddy Finn won the CC today making him a Show Champion subject to KC approval.
Silvestre’s Jolene was first place in a large Post Graduate bitch class. Then she went to the stakes class and won 2nd place in a huge stakes class. Well done Mrytle.
The Kennel club assured breeder scheme, has been developed by the Kennel club to give a trade mark stamp if you like of those breeders who are going above and beyond for the welfare of their dogs and puppies. So the Kennel club sales list will have two types of breeders, those who are assured and those who are not. Registrations are accepted from both.
A 3 yearly visit is required by the Kennel club to check for standards and welfare of dogs and puppies, and that all paperwork is up to date with regards to breeding dogs.
We are being send their assured scheme logo which I can use on any puppy pack in the future and website.
The Kennel club do recognise that breeders outside the scheme can also give their dogs great welfare, this is just as I said above an extra thing we as breeders can belong to, so that you know you are buying puppies from ethical breeders. As we have been checked in our home.
Our council do check yearly but with being an assured breeder their are talks that we will have 3 yearly council checks instead of 1 if assured.
Its all about meeting high standards these days. Having assessed our home, kennels, exercise area, grooming parlour, it all comes to a high standard.
For example our contract and puppy pack has been looked at by the Kennel club, so you know again their is a standard in our requirements.
I think we need to define those good breeders more than ever, especially at the moment where the dog world is in a bit of disarray. October 1st 2018 all dog breeders who make a sale on a puppy are required to have a license with their local council. Where as before only breeders exceeding 5 litters in our council area were required to be licensed. Although 3 is mentioned you are allowed to still have litters but you can not make a sale on the puppies.
We are council licensed and meet all requirements for the law in breeding dogs and sales of dogs.
We should also achieve accolades for experience, stud book numbers, and being a member of two breed clubs. The Pug dog club and The French bulldog club.
We have to date bred 6 Hungarian Vizsla stud book numbers, and brought and showed 4 which achieved stud book numbers. We have bred CC & RCC in Vizsla.
We have to date bred 2 Weimaraners with stud book numbers, and brought and showed 1 which achieved a stud book number. We have also bred a Czech Champion, INT. CH, LUX CH, JW, SH.CM, and DUTCH.CH.
We have campaigned a dog we brought to become a champion and another dog who is an International Champion.
Both Darryl and I completed The Kennel clubs seminar on conformation and movement.
Many people who are looking for a nice well bred pet do not realise when people judge dogs that they do kennel club seminars. It helps to teach us about what we should be looking for in correct construction of a dog and its movement. This benefits you the new owner looking for a pet as you want a HEALTHY pet. Because we are breeding to sires and dams of good construction. We do not just choose a dog because its the same colour and that will do. So although this is for judging this seminar, it has taught us something new which will in the end benefit all of our dogs and our breeding.
Their are various seminars we can attend, this is for judging dogs. Once all seminars have been completed they are submitted to various breed clubs which we are on the C or B list for. They take note our interest in the breed and then one day we maybe able to give CC's in various gun dog breeds.
Spice was in this months Your Dog magazine.
Spice is a Hungarian Vizsla who I bred, she is the only Hungarian Vizsla search and rescue dog trainee for Sussex search and rescue. She is pretty amazing.
I have been rather busy lately and have not updated the last two weekends news. So here it is:
So hugely proud of Wallaroo All that jazz Sh.Cm who is a son of our own dog SH.CH.Bitcon skymaster with Silvestre Sh.Cm who won limit dog at The Hungarian Vizsla Club under judge Mr Frank Kane. A judge who is well known through out dogdom community as he commentates for Crufts dog show each year. He is so highly valued as a judge who has such great knowledge on dog construction and breed standards. Jack not only won limit dog, but he then went on to win the Challenge Certificate. He has a few Reserve Challenge certificates but this was his first CC. We are proud and so is Chilli, he said well done sonny boy. A chip off the old block maybe. We are sure his owners who also bred Jack will easily make this dog into a champion as he is very sound.
Then our own news that Silvestre Fortune N’Glory went to Great Yarmouth and Gorleston open show and won Best puppy in breed, but then went onto win a super gundog puppy group. Making him the best gundog puppy in show yesterday. He then went into the best in show puppy group b it didnt get anything more, but wow! What a start to his career. His second ever show and wins in great style. Thank you to the judge Pam Cox who thought so highly of our boy, and to all the many facebook followers and instagram that have sent us best wishes. Also to the many lovely compliments we had at the show yesterday. Handled by my husband Darryl who has decided to take up the hobby of showing dogs again, and will be showing Indie here and in Europe in 2019.
Mrs Rachel Savage