Forrest & Holly

On August 8th while Holly was on her day 7 of her first time in season since 'the Legends' litter, I was surprised on how fast my little Forrest was to see an oportunity to breed with Holly. Couldn't stop it, it was too late. They did it in front of me!

So this is the result of the first line-breeding for Knightcastle. In fact, the advantage of that breeding is that I know exactly what to expect out of it: Forrest and Holly have the best temperament of all my dogs, plus their personal styles is giving an outstanding litter with fantastic heads. Maybe Knightcastle's best litter so far!

Forrest and Holly have the best temperement of all my dogs, plus their personal styles will give an outstanding litter with fantastic heads.

They went in Québec, Nova Scotia, British Columbia, Ontario, Alberta and Florida.

This litter gave me stylish and graceful puppies, full of energy and tenderness at the same time, but also great working dogs and excellent representatives for the breed. Out of this litter came two great dogs:

First one is Lark (Canadian CH/FCC CH Knightcastle Nottingham Outlaw ADC SGDC DD NTD), the brown boy and my pick of the litter. Lark now lives with Vanessa in Québec. He already has multiple titles in agility, frisbee and a FCC Champion! On November 4 2017 in the limited Sporting Group at United Kennel Club show, Lark earned his Champion title, making eight points in two days, finishing with a Group 3rd placement!

Second one is Tucker (Am CH Knightcastle Friar Tuck CGC) the red boy. One of my lifetime favorite puppies. He was sitting in front of me, wagging his tail like crazy and barking at me! A perfect mix between Baxter and Forrest. He is hunting and showing in Florida with long time flat-coated owner Donna Post. He earned his American Champion title on February 20 2016. He's on his way to be the first Knightcastle American Grand Champion.


Commitment to the breed

Each litter is carefully planned considering the quality, health clearances, the pedigree and also the accomplishments of the dogs involved. Knightcastle is not breeding for one specific goal or purpose and has a litter on the ground mainly to fulfill its own requirement, not to accommodate the demands.

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