Working, Herding, & Sporting by Emily at Elite Havanese Puppy and Dog Breeders

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2012 Junior Handling Accomplishments   2012 Show Accomplishments
2013 Emily's Final Year in Junior handling   2013 Show Accomplishments
2014 Charlotte's First Year in Junior handling   2014 Show Accomplishments

2013 Junior Handling Judging Assignments

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WORKING dogs

WORKING dogs

2007 Bull Mastiff Specialty.



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MASTIFF

CH. Sassy and her friends. REO litter

 

My web master has a ranch and they have working dogs. They use these dogs for moving their cows and gathering them up. Actually they only use one - Meg. She's a black and white Border Collie. Their other dog, Bunch, is still a puppy and will work when he's older. Bunch is a tri-colour Border Collie which is black, brown, and white. These dogs are called herding dogs. You can see their ranch here: www.meadowsprings.com. It's a guest ranch, too, so you can go and stay there and meet Meg and Bunch.

 
   

My web master has a friend, Bruce, that has a Golden Retreiver. He doesn't show the dog, though - the dog shows him... where it's safe to walk, etc. His dog is a seeing eye dog! You can read about Bruce and his dogs on this web site that is in memory of Arden, his last dog: www.meadowsprings.com/arden. Bruce's new dog, Aurora, just graduated from Guide Dogs for the Blind, Inc. It costs many thousands of dollars (approximately $40,000) to raise and train a guide dog. This figure goes up to about $70,000 over the dog's lifetime. So, if you can, they'd really appreciate a donation. You can make a donation here: Guide Dogs Donations. Make sure you tell them that your donation is "in Memory of Arden". Canadian tax returns will accept donations made in US funds!

   
 

Emily Solely put a ckc Championship on MistyTrails May Blossom ByEmmy "Thumbelina" in just a few shows with Best of Breed wins over specials.

 


VERNON show - showing a Bernise Mountain Dog

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SPORTING Dogs

SPORTING

Labrador Retriever

Lyric

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Golden Retriever

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Showing a Golden Retriever

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VERNON show - showing a German Short Haired Pointer

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Showing Thumbelina 2009

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Showing a Rottie 2009

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Showing 2009

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Showing a Retriever 2009

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Showing a Weimeramer named Pirate, 2009

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Showing Jasper

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Showing a Gordon Setter

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Showing a Weimeramer

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Showing one of Sassy's Mastiff puppies

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