DNA profile of the parents what let to proof that CEA and TNS of each pup is clear for only 30 pounds per pup
This bitch has got a lot of power, style and great feel for sheep. Can manage any size group of sheep. This is connected with lovely temperament and will to work for a handler.
This make her a great working dog and convinced me to choose her as one of my next trial dogs. Rosie will be my Nursery dog 2017.
Rosie has got a very good pedigree, old lines with well-established qualities.
Her father is Aled Owen's Supreme Champion, definitely outstanding trial dog and proven breeder Llangwm Cap.
Working abilities, great character and pedigree it is what I'm looking for my breeding and this is what I found in Rosie.
Full brather to Burndal Brad. The dog me and Aled Owen did use as a stud dog with a great success.
B. Dalziel's Spot (ISDS 262341)
- Scottish National Champion
- 3rd International Supreme.
- A superb breeder over many years.
Llangwm May (ISDS 300898) daughter of Aled Owen's Roy (ISDS 266416), World and International Supreme Champion.
I have got Glen for training and I'm completely in love with this dog. He has got a cool power with an outstanding feel for sheep.
He learns extremely fast. Glen is a very keen dog but never challenge the handler.
Glen is a sibling to many dogs within the Burndale stud, including Burndale Brad (This amazing young dog has been run in 20 Open Trials and placed in all but 3 (14 top 3 placings)), Burndale Chief (now forging a great career in Sweden),
Star and Peg, both consistent trial winners for David Henderson, along with many others working and trialling for noted handlers.