Well done ladies. Lyn Gibbons with Silvestre Blazing Saddles and Diane Priestly with Silvestre’s Jolene
They went to an Open show and both won their classes, and Lyn’s boy won RBOB.
Silvestre’s Jolene owned by Dianne has been CA - DNA tested Clear
Hip score 3:4 = 7
Just one more for her to complete.
Well done Mrytle, and hopefully one day you will make a great mummy dog for your owner. Mrytle has qualified for Crufts 2018 several times over and we look forward to seeing her there in 2018.
As for our own dogs, we have several booked in at the AHT in Newmarket for Glaucoma testing, and we have DNA kits ready to take more dna for new health tests available for the breeds we own. Also our Frenchie team will be going for their bronze scheme in the next few months. Keeping our dogs in the forefront of health tests available.
Delilah is a French bulldog which we bred, she has a new hobby which for a French bulldog is unheard of, and she may be the only one in the country that has this hobby of going on the beating line flushing pheasants!
We joke and say maybe those pesky vizsla taught her some skills before she left our home.
We are proud to annouce that Evie has won her Dutch title, and also her international champion title. Campaigned to great expense by her owner who took off on an adventure well over a year ago showing in Europe. To gain an international champion title you have to of won a CACIB in 5 different countries. For her Dutch title she will of won 5 CACIB’s.
Evie is a Weimaraner and came from the last litter of Weimaraners we ever had from CH.Hundwith Duty to Sireva x Silvestre Hollywood. Hollywood went to live with friends of ours who lost their Weimaraner and preferred to take on another dog. Of course we never sell older dogs. So Evie is special indeed. It would be even more lovely if she could win a UK title. She has won the her JW points when she was younger so she entered into the Uk stud book and this qualified her for crufts for life. I wish her all the best in gaining tittles in other countries as well.
Mrs Rachel Savage