Xardiko was born 14th March 2001 to very talented and highly accredited parents. Caro's pedigree boasts the cream of German Bloodlines from the famous Zehnthof Kennels while his dam is the most titled female in Sweden and the only Triple Champion. Sally is a full champion in four countries, truly an achievement. (To qualify for full champion status, the dog must also hold Field Merits.)
Her achievements in the field are: 2nd prize Youth Class, 1st prize Open Class, 2nd prize Open Class, 3rd prize Open Class in Woodland, and she is also a proven bloodtracking dog, to mention but a few. In October 2001 Sally attained her Swedish Field Champion Title after gaining the required 2 X 1st prize in the Elite Class. In November 2001 Sally gained her third 1st prize to attain her Swedish Bloodtracking Champion Title. Some highlights of Sally's conformation competition include winning Best In Show and several placements in Group.
Caro vom Zehnthof
|Eddi vom Suenthal
sg/sg/ 65cm HD-A2 HN 6
AP III Pr. EP II Pr. 298 P Schw.N
|Borek z Hobsovskeho Mlyna
|Lana vom Birkeneck
ZR 20 H
|Zilla vom Zehnthof
DGStB 39 461v/sg 63cm HD-A1
VJP 72 u. 71 sil spl ms 3
HZP 165 u. 180 VGP I 320 P.
|Benno vom Werratal
v/sg rgr 65cm VJP 63 u. 59 AZP 174 rs
|Conny vom Uphuser Grahaus
DGStB 29 933 VJP 75
HZP 177 Bundes-VGP I SwP
1/1 rs 2
|L.P. Herbert SV95
Britfeld Poetry Inmotion
|Australian Ch Yland Keepth
|Australian Ch Britfeld Give It To Them
National Conformation Judge: Mr Marek Roszkiewics - Poland
"Harmoniously built dog with a nice head, neck slightly too short, straight topline, deep chest, forechest well highlighted, tail well set and carried, correct angulation of limbs, good on the move."
Grade: V (Excellent)
(Where dogs go when they die)
I wish someone had given Jesus a dog.
As loyal and loving as mine.
To sleep by His manger and gaze in His eyes
And adore Him for being divine.
As our Lord grew to manhood His faithful dog,
Would have followed Him all through the day.
While He preached to the crowds and made the sick well
And knelt in the garden to pray.
It is sad to remember that Christ went away.
To face death alone and apart.
With no tender dog following close behind,
To comfort its Master's Heart.
And when Jesus rose on that Easter morn,
How happy He would have been,
As His dog kissed His hand and barked it's delight,
For The One who died for all men.
Well, the Lord has a dog now, I just sent Him mine,
The old pal so dear to me.
And I smile through my tears on this first day alone,
Knowing they're in eternity.
Day after day, the whole day through,
Wherever my road inclined,
Four feet said, "Wait, I'm coming with you!"
And trotted along behind.
- Rudyard Kipling
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