Cocker Females

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Tasha - Scrafton Star of Arduinna

d.o.b 23.06.2008

Sire FTCH Larford Evan (FTCH Wernffrwd Dai Bach x Larford Celt)

Dam FTW Beacon Ingot ( FTCH Gusty Silvan x Follybreeze Elizabeth)

 TASHA HAS BEEN DNA TESTED FOR prcd - PRA.  HER RESULTS WERE CLEAR WHICH MEANS SHE WILL NEITHER DEVELOP NOR PASS THIS ON TO HER OFFSPRING

Tasha is a very traditional looking Cocker Spaniel.  She has got such a solid and toned bone structure and physique and head and paws that are huge. She is solid black with a beautiful shiny and smooth coat. Tasha believes she is invincible.  No wall is too high if she can't jump it in one she simply climbs up it. She is a very confident but gentle cocker and only wants to please. She was bred by Bob Crowther who was really pleased with how all the litter turned out. She has had her moments and I have needed trainers on quite a few times in early training to catch up with her and bring her back to where we where starting from but there comes the reward as she is a joy to have in the kennels and fun to take out now on any shoot day. Tasha has had three lovely litters from which we have retained puppies from each, these can be seen on the females and studs pages. 

 

Tilly - Arduinna Diva

d.o.b. 16.06.2011

Sire Kiltonbeck Warlord (FTCH Larford Cateran x FTCH Kiltonbeck Pixy)

Dam Scrafton Star of Arduinna (FTCH Larford Evan x Beacon Ingot)

TILLY IS CLEAR OF PRA BY PARENTAGE WHICH MEANS SHE WILL NEITHER DEVELOP OR PASS ONTO TO HER OFFSPRING.

Tilly is out of our own female Tasha and like both her parents she has been graced with that traditional cocker stature thick bones, large feet and a good strong head. She is an absolute typical cocker her tail never stops going from side to side with such force and speed, her eyes never miss a thing and her nose gets to ground and winds with ease and she covers her ground with such speed for such a traditionally short coupled young dog. Where she is a joy though is her personality, her willingness to please and her enthusiasm to get stuck in.  She has been an easy little female to train so far but I have never let her find a chink in my armour as she has such a way of looking with those big eyes I am sure she would get away with anything. Through this spring and summer we are working on her handling skills and developing her hunting in a tidy pattern. She will go in our rabbit pen and once her sit to flush is fixed we will introduce her to some game and hopefully she will then be ready for this shoot season to experience the days a little at a time.