We got Annie from the Westermans to help Mandy with her cows and goats. Annie is a strong herder and can handle just about any situation you put her in. She is a very powerful worker and she passed that on to her daughter Zetta. We only bred Annie the one time but we are very pleased with her get.
We lost Annie in October of 2017. RIP sweet girl.
WTCH Lagniappes' Annie of That'll Do OFTDsc RTDs PT
ASCA # E151616 AKC # DN10332002
CERF: Clear 2013 2015
OFA Hips: EXCELLENT view x-ray
OFA Elbows: NORMAL view x-ray left/Right
CHIC # 80322
MDR1: n/n HSF4: Clear AC4614326 CEA: n/CEA ASHGI Pedigree Analysis
Breeder: Richard Kea
A-CH Tejas Dog Name Sioux Dar-Walk CGC JS-O RS-O GS-N NAJ NA NF HT PT RN O-NAC O-NCC S-NJC S-TN-N TG-N WV-N OAC
Sioux was my very first Aussie and cemented my love of the breed. He cam to me already trained for agility and also was my very first Altered Champion. He was my first Champion period.
Sire: Corydon's Indian Giver Darwalk
Dam: ASCA/AKC CH Calais Carolina Rumba Review CGC, NA, RS-N, JS-N, NAC, NJC
ASCA# E129794 AKC# DN01885402 UKC# P599-511
Scissors bite, missing P3 bottom right.
CERF: Iris Hypoplasia Left eye. Checked yearly.
Height 21.25" Weight 50 lbs MDR1 Normal/Normal
Natural bob tail
Owners: Angie Claussen, Mandy & Jesse Rose
Sire: CH Kontoki's All Cooped Up
Dam: MBIS/BISS CH Antara's Put On The Red Light
Female Siberian Husky
Whelped: 4/9/2010 AKC# WS34977504 UKC# P664-193
Owners: Angie Claussen / Tedi Devli
Breeders: Tedi Devlin / Erin Brandon
My heart will be forever broken by the loss of this sweet girl. Of all of the dogs I have owned, she was my heart dog and I still miss her on a daily basis. She was my first every BIS Puppy and first ever Group Winning dog. She made everyday brighter than the last. See you at the Rainbow Bridge. Where your harness with pride.
Navrock Mercury Date Nolite Rogare
Sire: HOF BISS AKC/ASCA/CKC CH Bayouland's Creme Brûlée, CGC, DNA-VP, ROMCI
Dam: Mandolyn's Southern Cadence STDc, DNA-VP
Kennedy was a very promising puppy whose life was cut short by accidental Ivermectin ingestion. After days of treatment in the ICU it was evident that we were fighting a losing battle and chose to let her go. This unfortunate incident is the reason we strive to breed away from the MDR1 mutation.
Kennedy only went to one weekend of showing and she took BIS puppy both days.
Breeder: Navrock Aussies & Mercury Aussies