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We are still finalizing our 2018 and 2019 breeding plans.

Topmast future Breedings

Fall 2018--Diamond x Trek   pedigree
2019--Mackenzie x Ch Malagold's Distant Drummer (pedigree)
2019--Ritzy x Beau-D (pedigree) (litter will raised in California)
                                                        2020--Mattie x TBD (litter will be raised in CT)
                       





We will be breeding Diamond in the fall of 2018.

We have chosen a sire for her next breeding, Trek

HRCH Pemberley's A Walk in the Woods CDX RN MH WCX CCA

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pedigree

Diamond will be bred in the fall 2018 for her last litter.
We have chosen a male from Wisconsin.


There are reservations available for this litter.
We expect nice looking, moderate drive, willing workers and eager to please pups that can excel in field, obedience, or agility, with good health and longevity.


Trek






Diamond 
Photo by Russ Taddiken
Both Diamond and Trek are healthy dogs with no chronic health issues.  
No allergies, hot spots, and wash & wear coats.  
Both Trek and Diamond have OFA Good hips.
Both have normal elbows, clear eyes and heart.   

 Trek is 22 inches at the shoulders, Diamond is 20 3/4 inches.

For those looking for something different, this breeding is based on solid diverse working pedigrees in all venues with low COI.
 
Sire and dam are smart, biddable, athletic and talented- enthusiastic for any game. 
Very good and honest in the water too!
 


Diamond


Diamond is the daughter of our sweet great hunter Chime and grand-daughter to our foundation dam Abbi.
Her dam is from Canyon, who produced 7 OTCH offspring from one litter bred to Soupy.
  She is petite, smart, sweet and oh-so willing.  
Diamond's only hindrance to her competition career has been my work schedule.  
She has her HRC Started title and Working Certificate in the field and actively hunts pheasant with Tom almost every week during the season. She finished her JH with 5 passes straight. She is doing well in her rally and obedience training, and recently obtained her Rally Excellent title.   
Diamond is a team player who loves to work with Tom and I.  
She is easy and calm in the house, but ready to go in an instant. 
She loves to cuddle.

Trek is from Wisconsin and has done well in field and obedience. 

His owner has this to say about him: 

Trek smiles, a lot!  He loves to work, any venue, as long as he is with me.
He is beyond biddable, always trying his best to do what is asked.
He is good with other dogs and loves puppies. 
He qualified to run the Master National this year and has not failed a master test since spring of last year.
He completed his CDX with scores averaging 194+.
We train for hunt tests spring through fall and obedience in winter.
He is completely owner handled and trained.  
He likes to be busy but settles right down when in the house.
He is a house dog but tolerates kenneling well.
Trek is just plain fun.  He is a total joy to be around.




Diamond's first litter (The Spice Litter) have gone to their new homes.




Spring 2019 breedings

Mackenzie is co-owned with Myra Globuschutz.  
She is from our breeding of Karli to Choctaw's Yukon Copper Penny MH MNH4 WCX** OS HTHF.

Kenzie, as she is called, will be bred in the spring of 2019.  
We are looking at breeding her to a Malagold boy, but haven't decided for sure which one, but looking at Drummer (test breeding)
I think this combination will produce nice looking pups with good working ability, with good health and longevity.
Check back here to see more about this breeding when it gets closer.






Ritzy will be bred late fall to 

Ritzy is owned by Kim Portney in California.
Ritzy is from the Bonny x Manny breeding in 2014, The Road Litter.

She has developed into a pretty working girl who is taking her owner to new adventures, like field work.  Ritzy has been training hard and has a new Senior Hunter title! She also will be showing in utility soon.

Litter will be whelped and raised in California by her owner.





We have plans to breed Mattie in 2020.  Sire to be determined yet.

SHR Topmast True Grit RN JH AX AXJ NF WCX CCA VC CGC  (2/22/2016-)

Please keep in mind that our breeding program focuses on producing correctly structured performance and hunting, and a few breeding goldens. We seek to place most of our pups in working homes that compete in more than one arena--field, agility, obedience, conformation, tracking--or that work their dogs in hunting, or serious pet-assisted therapy. If you are interested in a performance or hunting puppy from one of these litters, or would like further information on a future litter, please contact us via e-mail at piedpiper2000@juno.com

Typically, we have a litter every one to two years.
In the beginning, we co-bred with Gayle Watkins of Gaylan's Goldens. We are breeding under our own name now, but we are still breeding with her guidance and teachings. Our litters are whelped and raised here in our home, in the middle of all our daily happenings. They will be raised according to the Avidog standards. When they are old enough, they will spend the last 3 weeks walking in our fields and woods, swimming in our pond if weather permits, meeting lots of people and getting to know their relatives. We spend our time getting to know them so we can match them well with their new owners. 
Before contacting us about a puppy, please read the following portions of our website to be sure that we and our dogs are right for you: 




All of our pups experience the following developmental protocol:

  • BioSensor exercises from 3-17 days of age
  • Introduction to a different novel scent from 3-17 days of age. To learn about this, watch an interesting webinar Introducing Scents in Neonate Puppies by Gayle Watkins PhD, about this program she developed. 
  • Click http://www.akcchf.org/news-events/multimedia/video/
  • Regular socialization with people of all ages and sizes
  • A physically and mentally stimulating environment appropriate to their age
  • Problem solving exercises, again, appropriate to their age
  • Socialization with dogs other than their dam
  • Introduction to solid food after 5 weeks of age followed by natural weaning, often not until 8 or 9 weeks
  • Daily walks in the fields and woods after 6 weeks (weather dependent)
  • Regular opportunities to swim (weather dependent)
  • Introduction to game birds
  • We do not remove dew claws. Click on the link to see Dr Chris Zink's article on why we don't. Dew Claw Removal article

For more about how we raise our pups, check out

How we Raise Our Puppies

If you are interested in a performance or hunting puppy, please contact us via e-mail at piedpiper2000@juno.com

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