Peggy’s 2nd Litter

Typical!  Peggy and Honey have come into season at roughly the same time.  I have decided to let Peggy have another litter as I would like to keep one of her puppies this time.  Peggy has such a lovely pedigree that I’ve decided to start showing with one of her puppies, so have chosen a lovely boy to sire this litter.  Like Honey’s, he is also from Qunitavia Cockers.  His name is Stan (Quintavia Quantum Leap) and this is what is says about him on Quintavia’s website:stan

One of two lovely pups kept by me from a litter out of Peggy and sired by Charbonnel Roulette.

Both have many of their parent’s qualities, including gentle kind temperaments and excellent health status.

Stan had a very successful time in the show ring winning many awards and gaining his Stud book number and qualifying for Crufts for life.

He only makes the occasional trip out to shows now, having to make way for the youngsters but he always holds his own in good company.

Stan is eye tested clear and OptiGen tested A1/Clear for PRA and FN Clear and he has a hip score of 11. He is siring strong, quality puppies of good type and temperament.

Congratulations to Quintavia Quietly Flora who recently became a registered PAT dog and Quintavia Quizzical who is winning well in Ireland and is now an Irish Show Champion both are Stan and Betty’s litter sisters. Well done Anne and Laura their doting owners on all your hard work, I am very proud of you all!

To see Stan’s full pedigree click herePeggy met Stan on Thursday 16th May and again on Sat 18th May.  Peggy wasn’t too keen and tried to nip Stan on the face!  Poor Stan took it all in his stride and did his job perfectly!  Fingers crossed now – will keep you posted!

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