That's good to know thank you for sharing that information. Since I want a silver in the future it's good to know what to avoid.They seem to have very nice dogs, Patrick, my spoos grandfather is from there (Pinafore), and he reached his 100th best in show last march, he is Unique Reach for the Rainbow x Warwick White Delemma. There dogs do look quite nice, but I have had no personal experience.
I do know however, that one of there silvers "Pinafore Seabiskit" has produced 5 puppies with addisons. 2 from same dam, and 3 from different others
Hey, it's all about personal experiences! One person's winner is another person's loser. Are you going to the show this week-end?I guess I had an unusual experience. The breeder I've talked to most, is so sweet! She's not having any litter soon, but she co-owns/bred some of the dogs, I'm looking at. She has several related dogs and invited me to her house to meet them. She answers all of my emails in a day or two. She encouraged me to go to the show this weekend and told me to make sure I track her down when I get there.
Oh I see. Bah humbug to the flu. Hope you recover sufficiently to go! And take photos.This is a different breeder in TX and yep, I'm going to the show. I may have to buy a biohazard suit though, lol. I can't seem to get over the flu and I don't want to give it to anyone else.
Anyway, Pinafore Seabiskit isn't owned by Pinafore, but rather Somanic in the UKI'm sorry but even one having it and he shouldn't have been siring anymore litters. It's just common sense to nip things like that in the bud early on.
I was just on Whisperwind's website and they have lovely dogs.