Planned Litter - Cherokee x Snoopy (Repeat) - Subject to Change

Our Cherokee x Snoopy litter are turning out so nicely that we are very excited to announce that we plan to repeat it. Cherokee will miss a season and we plan to then mate her on the next - meaning we expect puppies to be born around the middle of 2020.

Greggles Cherokee Warrior of Iron
"Cherokee"

D.O.B 12/01/2016
Height:
40cm
Tail: 
Long (not docked)
Coat colour:
 Red Tri

Eye colour: (Left and Right) Brown
Ear set:
 Rose

Eyes: Normal
Hips: Good
Elbows: Normal
Bite: Correct

Clear (by DNA testing) for:
MDR1
DM
HSF4
PRCD PRA
CEA
CMR1

Cherokee is an amazing dog to live and work with as she switches on and off seamlessly. She came into a very busy working family and couldn't have settled in better. We enjoy agility and obedience together, where she is happy to work for both toys and food. She adores making new friends (people and dogs alike) and is very balanced. She is extremely easy to travel with and we can't imagine life without her. 

Baltic Sea Spirit True Kiss
"Snoopy"

D.O.B 15/03/2015
Height: 
42cm
Tail: 
Long (not docked)
Coat colour:
 Red Tri

Eye colour: (Left and Right) Green
Ear set:
 Rose

Eyes: Normal
Hips: A1
Elbows: 0
Knees: Normal
Bite: Correct

Clear (by genetics and DNA testing) for:
MDR1
DM
HSF4
PRCD PRA
CEA
CMR1

We were very excited to go to Germany and meet Snoopy - he was everything we imagined and more. Snoopy lives with a lovely family in Lübeck. He has lovely drive for food and toys yet has an off switch and settles effortlessly in the house.  He is great with people (adults and children alike) and dogs, with an affectionate and sweet temperament. Snoopy's owners begun agility training with him and are enjoying learning together.

Follow this link for more information about Snoopy and his pedigree.
Follow this link to see the litter Snoopy has sired in Germany.

We use the Puppy Culture programme and Early Neurological Stimulation (ENS).

Puppy culture is a modern programme, through which we will complete exercises/protocols such as:   * Emotional resiliency exercises   * Anti-aggression protocols   * Safe early socialisation   * Toilet training   * Enrichment   * Early manners   * Problem solving and prevention   These things all help to promote a puppy to grow up to be a confident and well adjusted adult.

ENS is a useful addition to most traditional rearing methods, which has been found to promote:   * Improved heart rate   * Higher stress tolerance   * Greater disease resistance   * Stronger heart beats   * Stronger adrenal glands
This is achieved by:   * Touching their paws with a cotton bud   * Holding them head facing up   *Holding them head facing down   * Holding them belly facing up   *Putting them on a cold, damp flannel   For very short intervals every day between 3 and 16 days old.

If you are interested in having one of our puppies please fill in all 3 parts of the below application form: