Litter will be Fall 2023
|High Times Run’N the Roost UD MH47 WCX*** OS|
Rooster passed away at almost 16.
We are planning a frozen semen breeding between Chase & Rooster in the late summer 2023.
We are very excited about this breeding, as Chase is a high drive dog in the field, biddable and loves to work. Rooster’s history speaks for itself, UD, 47 MH passes, Outstanding Sire. We love what we produced breeding to him once before with the Irish Litter and are excited to be breeding to him again through frozen semen. He is known for producing working ability, structure, and longevity.
Chase is expected in season around September. This will be another co-breeding with Chase’s owner, Kim Portney, who lives in California and she will raise the litter there. We co-bred with Kim with Chase’s dam, Ritzy, which produced several very nice working dogs including Chase, Goose, Lexi, and our boy Buddy. We are excited to again co-breed with Kim, who raises the puppies as we do with the Avidog program and does an outstanding job raising the pups. We will visit and assist with whelping, evaluating, and placing the puppies with Kim.
Chase Master pass
No reservations are available for this Fall 2023 litter.
Chase will be co-bred with her owner Kim in California.
Puppies will be born and raised in California the Avidog way.
Chase is from our co-breeding of her dam Ritzy, who comes out of Bonny, a very special girl and producer herself.
They both descend from our foundation dam Abbi.
She’s a hard worker, honest in the water, and just completed her MH9 and her UD. She has OFA Excellent hips, PennHip 47/.50 and normal elbows. DNA tests all Clear.
Rooster had 47 Master Hunt Test passes and qualified for the Master National every year between 1997 and 2002. Nancy says “Rooster’s best qualities was his marking and problem solving abilities. It was wonderful to watch him think through a difficult situation. Even better, he is throwing pups that are better than himself, with wonderful, biddable, and very bonding personalities and he has done this with more than one or two females.
Here’s Gayle Watkins of Gaylan’s Goldens opinion of Rooster when she first met him.
“ I was very impressed with his overall structure and balance, particularly his well-made front assembly and excellent body. He has correct forechest with great fill of muscling, nice front angulation and clean shoulders. His body has excellent ribspring and depth of body with a good topline. At 70 pounds, he has adequate substance–he is a powerful, middle-of-the-Standard dog with moderate bone. He has a rugged, masculine head with an intelligent, eager expression, nice depth of muzzle, correct earset and a dark eye. He could use a bit more breadth of skull but the overall appearance of his head is quite pleasant. Rooster has correct coat, appropriate in texture and quantity. It is dark gold in color. He has a strong rear assembly with proper angles and tight feet. He maintains excellent muscle tone, even without work. He is OFA Good with normal elbows, heart and eyes.”
Reservations available to working homes only