Thanks Pope. You think she is beautiful, you ought to see her full littermate brother. He is the one who is going to Sweden, and is qualified for Crufts in England. You know I started thinking about this. I bred my first litter of Russell's in 2001, I bred my Crufts qualify dog in 2003. Not bad for a newbie to the breed. I guess that is where learning your breed, having good mentors, and making a commitment to a sound breeding program pay off. And well a little bit of dumb luck. LOL
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Hey Windy... Can some of your "newbie" luck rub off on me? LOL! I would be totally stoked to have bred that quality of a dog only two years into my program!!! I totally agree, it does take years to get the needed research done. Then hopefully, if we've done our work, we produce the very best of the breed! Great job! Can't wait for pics!
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