Call Name: Kira
Measurements (acc. to protocol, cm/inches)
withers length chest bust 55 cm / 21.6 in 65,5 cm / 25.8 in 24 cm / 9.5 in 68 cm / 26.8 in
Conformation assessment report (translated by me)
Friendly bitch giving an excellent overall impression.
Structure of correct proportions and angulations, feminine expression, balanced bone structure with very good muscling. Feminine head with correct proportions, scissor bite, eyes almond-shaped (blue/amber), correctly set ears, balanced neck, straight and strong back line with tail correctly set and worn, fore and hind quarters parallel and correctly angulated, very well closed paws, floating movement, strongly pushing forward, typical coat with outer coat and undercoat in copper and white, pigment according to color of coat.
approved for breeding until the age of 8 (08/2022), breeding partner must not have MPP (membrana pupillaria persistens)
On All Saints’ Day 2014 we picked up our “crazy chick” from Sylvia Gusinde’s kennel, and from the first moment on she charmed us alltogether. This blitheful and bright girl livened the place up and still does.
By the end of April 2015, I went to a dog show with her, encouraged by her breeder. She was handled by Oliver Staab, a quite experienced dog handler, and she was judged as “very promising”, and ranked just above her littermate Zausel’s Raining Night (Lou) who is living with Siberian Husky breeder Iris Schmuck (Carina’s Grey Flash kennel) in South Bavaria.
During 2015 and 2016 we entered several dog shows (we went to Dortmund in October as well). January 2016 we thwarted our chance for the JCh due to stage fright. But still, especially because I lacked experience as a show handler and learnt it from scratch together with her, we are proud of Kira’s results. Five times, she was judged excellent (Exc.) – among the judges were Kim Leblanc (Snowmist Kennel, CAN) and Guido Schäfer (Hightower’s Kennel, DE). Twice she won her class with Exc.1, and three times she was ranked very good (VG).
In April 2016 she was approved for breeding by Gabriele Richard. Our girl was judged as excellent, highlighting her movement, particularly the dynamic impulse. Her license is limited only due to a harmless MPP (iris-to-iris).
After litter A left our house we started showing her again. Judgements improved from very good to excellent, and we are working on further improvements in handling.
Kira is an agile dog, loves to pull, trotting as well as galopping. We use her as lead dog, and it never strains her. While walking, we cannot unleash her, because due to her need for movement she would instantly run out of sight. So we work out her desire to go in the garden or dog-scooting and bike-joring.