Lynwood Golden Retrievers
SUCCESSFUL IN CONFORMATION, OBEDIENCE, FIELD AND THERAPY WORK
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Big News for Lynwood Goldens!!
TESS (Can CH Morningstar Baroness O' Lynwood Can CDX MH WCX ***) is a new Canadian Show Champion in only two weekends this year!!! She came away from the June Erie Dog Show with a Specialty Winners Bitch Best of Opposite Sex win over 42 bitches plus a second Winners Bitch win for a total of 10 points. In July, she landed another win for her third judge. She also accumulated 18 points towards her Grand Show Championship.
This girl is a stunner and is also super talented. Tess is a QAA Master dog with a Qualifying field trial win at 2 years old beating out 16 other dogs in addition to her achieving her Master title in short order with awesome performances. Holy moly, this little girl can do it all and we love having her as a companion in our home. Not only is she talented and smart, she has a lovely little personality.
Tess will be bred in late summer or fall 2019 to equally awesome Wynwood's Over The Top MH ** (Topper) with puppies going to loving performance or hunting homes. We are very excited about this breeding. To read more about breeding plans, please click here or on the puppies above.
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BARON (Can CH NMH GMH GMOTCH Sterre Texas Tycoon at Lynwood Am MH CCA ***/ Can WCX ** VCX), Tess's dad, as well as being a Canadian Show Champion, Grand Master Hunter and Grand Master Obedience Trial Champion with multiple High in Trial scores, is also a Canadian National Master Hunt Test qualifier twice over. Also, in addition to receiving a Reserve Certificate of Merit at the Golden Retriever Club of America National Specialty Qualifying field trial in 2017, in 2018 he consistently placed in Canadian Qualifying trials with second, third and fourth place ribbons. So proud of this boy and our achievements. He is an amazing talent and a wonderful companion.
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Perth, Ontario, Canada
NOTE: It is never the colour of a Golden Retriever that determines its temperament and working ability or its health and potential longevity. Instead the quality of a Golden Retriever will be determined by the care the individual breeder has taken, by adhering to the standard when breeding, as well as by doing careful pedigree research and screening for soundness of mind and body. To read more, go to the following link on the Golden Retriever Club of Canada's website: www.grcc.net/?q=node/549
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