Thank you to everyone who sends me an email, but many of you are asking me questions which are answered in this website over and over again.
For example read the available page, read the drop down lists of information. Read the Our Vizsla and click on each dog to see what health tests they have had. You are asking questions which are already answered in this website.
I simply do not have the time to keep going through every single email in replies which are already on this website, and Ive decided now I will not reply to you.
So to answer some questions you've asked me this week!
Our dogs of every breed are health tested before we even consider breeding from them.
They are of correct age before breeding them.
Our puppies are home reared.
We live in a large property with 4 acres of landscaped gardens. We have space for breeding dogs.
We are licensed with the council 5 stars and we are assured kennel club breeders.
Our dogs are shown and proven to be excellent dogs.
All have fantastic temperaments.
The parents of each of our dogs is on each dogs page.
We do not hold faith with COI efficiency as dogs from Europe aren't recorded at our kennel club and you get a false coi! So don't be fooled on people bragging their dogs have 0 coi! All 5 star licensed breeders must not breed over the COI of 11.5%. So we do not!
The Kennel club register dogs up to 22% coi. So both Defra and Kennel club do not agree on coi.
If you want a 0 coi, go buy a cross breed. As every pedigree dog is related somewhere as thats how pedigree dogs came into existence, its common relatives create breed type. So do not be naive and let breeders use this as a selling point. Their is far more to understanding your breeding line than a number. What is the point for example of using low COI if both dogs are producers of epilepsy or VIP. None what so ever! It doesn't mean dogs wont carry health conditions being a lower COI.
If you put in one of my dogs in the Kennel club health finder it doesn't find him as most of his relatives are in European. It doesn't mean the dog doesn't exist, it means their is more information held with the European fci and kennel clubs for other countries.
If for example you use a stud dog abroad in the pedigree you will see dog unknown on many great great grandparents. This is because the information is not available to our kennel club. We are a small island of course, Europe much bigger.
I hope that answers questions.
Mrs Rachel Savage