The dogs we miss and reminisce.
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(Whisborne Angus Og x Sieger’s Mixed Emotion)
Nushka was one of those dogs that are just something completely and utterly special and perfect. Always happy and easy-going, no matter whom she met. She was a joy to work with and to take hunting.
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Sieger's Bluffing and betting
(Sieger’s Pool Position x Sieger’s Field Goal)
Ayoe is in many ways a special dog. Extremely loving but unfortunately not quite as brave as on could wish for. Which could be seen in different situations, such as when she didn’t cover the ground efficiently on field trials or when she lost focus in the rally-obedience trials due to commotion at ringside. But she so wanted to learn and to work.
Sieger's One Never Knows
(Lene’s Give Me Five x Sieger’s Push-Up)
Sally moved in at the age of 3. She was a “full speed ahead” kind of springer and was quite a nice and loving dog at home, but did show aggressions towards other dogs – though a visit at a dog chiropractor did help a bit.
It was finally discovered that she had 8-9 out of 10 symptoms of a thyroid decease and/or allergy. The fact that there was no cure plus her aggressive tendencies meant we decided to give her peace in 2011.
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Avida Undisputed Attitude
(Barecho Hold Your Horses at Peasblossom x Sieger’s Bluffing And Betting)
Sandie was out of our 2012 litter and litter sister to our Knud. She had succes in the showring and obtained 2 CC and proved her working abilities at field trials and going hunting with her owner.
Unfortunately she was diagnosed with a hormonal defect and her owners said their goodbyes when Sandie was 4.