Picture sent to me from the show 12/08/18 - A daughter from his UK litter is below D.O.B. 28/12/17
Sire Foxpath Lelantos of Larkburn
Dam Quiddelbach Tiny Dancer
Pictured above, top left Sire Foxpath Lelantos of Larksburn carrying a pheasant. Top Right Dam Quiddelbach Tiny Dancer (by Gowran Indigo Extra). Above Jacque Safe and Quiddelbach Tiny Dancer out shooting.
Merlin and Sarah were awarded the Kennel Club Working Gun Dog Certificate today Yay! Way to go Merlin and Sarah! This certificate now qualifies Merlin for Crufts for life.
Miss Chief at Crufts last year with handler Abby Bellamy. She qualified again this year for Crufts 2017 at Southern Counties Championship Show. judge Sarah Whittaker
Click on Jazzmead and see Merlin and Sarah competing at SEGS Working test. Photo's 1 to 25
Picture above Sarah and Merlin at Crufts 2016.
January 17th 2016 Merlin and his pheasant.
Merlin is doing well with his training and like brother Remus and sister Miss Chief is soft mouthed.
Merlin (Foxpath Lelantos) has qualified for Crufts 2016 so will be joining his mother (Quiddelbach Hera of Foxpath), sister Miss Chief (Foxpath Artemis) and brother Remus (Foxpath Comus) at Crufts in 2016.
Merlin qualified at Bournemouth Championship show Judge Mr David Hutchison (Waverton)
Alice and Miss Chief both qualified for Crufts 2016 at Three Counties Championship Show Judge Mr M Hughes, (Candease). They will be joining Remus at Crufts 2016. So that'll be a family party at Crufts then? :)
Remus has become a TV star and a Crufts winner! Having got 2nd place at Crufts he is now qualified for Crufts 2016.
To view his TV debut please follow the link to YouTube:
We have been very busy, organising and running the dog section of the Bicester and Finmere Country show, and getting ready to move the puppy blog to another site. There will still be updates here but not so many.
The new blog and web site will be up and running properly by Sunday (fingers and paws crossed).
No hiding, little puppy, you are to be a star of the new blog!
The site will have articles on training your pups, plus a blog so you can see what we are doing, and some links to other interesting things.
We hope if you have enjoyed the puppy blog you will enjoy visiting our new site..... and new owners you are not off the hook! Remember we would like to hear how you are getting on. Puppy pictures are a must!
The new site will have the web address www.foxpathpuppytraining.com
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