At Stud . Proven Field Trial Award Winner

Glossop, Derbyshire

Pet Information

Advert: For Stud

Age:3 Years 6 Months 9 Days

Pet Breed: Cocker Spaniel

Size: Medium Dog Breeds

Vaccinations: Yes

KC Registered: Yes

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Pet Description

FIELD TRIAL AWARD WINNER Black KC Registered Working Cocker Spaniel . AT STUD. Proven at stud . Proven healthy . Proven in the field. BOTH parents are FIELD TRIAL CHAMPIONS .FTCH. and ALL FOUR grandparents are FTCH. two of which are outright COCKER SPANIEL CHAMPIONSHIP WINNERS . This is the pinnacle of achievement in working Cocker Spaniels. These lines are not just great achievers. they are producers of great quality and successful examples of the breed. For example. Another Cocker Spaniel Championship Winner is Buddy..s half sister. who has just won the Cocker Spaniel Championships this year. He has a loving. relaxed temperament around the house. and remains level headed when the going gets tough. Sits calmly at a peg when required. allowing other dog..s to work around him without jealousy. When called for action. he..s a very fast and stylish hunter and really exciting to watch work. facing any cover. be it rough grass. reeds or the most evil of bramble. with the same enthusiastic vigour and drive. A superb. all.round working dog. who has responded to training very well indeed and loves his job. A PROPER GAME.FINDER and BAG.FILLER. Buddy is proving to be a prepotent sire .ie. passing his great qualities onto his offspring . regardless of different bitch lines.. Already awarded SECOND PLACE in a Novice Cocker Spaniel Field Trial as a 2 year old. Due to his exceptional nose. calm temperament and fearless hunting style. he would suit bitches who would benefit from these enhancements to their bloodline. EXTENSIVELY HEALTH TESTED FOR YOUR PIECE OF MIND. Eyetest info. GB BVA GPRA.CPRA Eyetest. unaffected GPRA. unaffected CPRA. unaffected Gonio. unaffected DNA tests. FN .Familial Nephropathy. . CLEAR. AMS .Acral Mutilation Syndrome. . CLEAR. The term CLEAR in both cases means that. Clear tested dogs have no copies of the mutant gene responsible for the condition and will neither develop the condition nor pass the gene on to their offspring. Difficult to mate. nervous or maiden bitches are no problem for him and although he is gentle with the ladies. he is 100. effective. as every mating with him has resulted in a successful fertilisation. This is especially important if you are coming a long way or your bitch is particularly ..vocal... ..snappy.. or even aggressive to his advances. which tends to put a lot of stud dogs off the job at hand. Feel free to call with any questions about him. or any pre.mating preparation concerns you may have. We would encourage clients to bring their bitch more than once during her fertile season. to make sure that the ovulation window is well and truly covered. increasing the likelihood of a successful outcome for you. Overnight board can be provided for your bitch. by prior arrangement. Also pictured are some of his offspring. Some pups are available from time to time. from various breeders . please ask. FAQs. Q. The most frequently asked question we hear is. HOW MANY PUPPIES PER LITTER DOES YOUR STUD DOG PRODUCE. This question could be more accurately put as. How many puppies does your BITCH normally produce. A. Fit and Healthy male dogs are thought to produce around 10.000.000 sperm cells per pound of bodyweight. That means that the average Cocker would produce something in the region of 240 million sperm cells in every ejaculation . that would be a hell of a lot of puppies. something that no bitch could survive. Therefore THE TRUTH IS. that the bitch controls the amount of puppies born. by the amount of eggs produced and those which she is able to keep viable beyond fertilisation. This is why it is so important that your bitch is in the best of health and free from disease and infection leading up to the mating and throughout gestation and rearing. That will ensure that as many viable eggs as her body believes that she will be able to carry safely. are fertilised and bought to full term. The BITCH determines the quantity and quality of eggs she produces. the DOG can only fertilise what is available. but BOTH DOG AND BITCH should be in excellent health. We hope that this helps and if required. can advise you on what to look for. when your bitch is approaching her most fertile period. The photos of Buddy sitting at the peg on a driven day. are courtesy of Joanna Eardley Photography. so many thanks Joanna. Thank you for your interest.

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