Monthly Archive: January 2013

FERGUSON’S CH CENTIPEDE

Centipede was whelped about 1933 in the kennels of L. C. Owens in Texas. He was the result of Dan McCoy’s having discovered that there was still some of the old Lightner blood down in Louisiana. McCoy and Bob Hemphill made the journey down to that part of the country and bought several dogs. Hemphill kept his close to the vest, but Dan McCoy was always on the move and...

JOEY 2xW 1xGL

JOEY 2xW 1xGL Well, like most dogs that has passed through ones hands each had a permanent place of warmth each time we are reminded or thinking of them, be them with us or not. Yet, another fine such example is Hudson Hawk’s Joey born to Liquorice kid’s Joey and George’s Nicky P.O.R (she deserves this title!!!), as he was the only pup in the litter. As for some background...

BLADE 2xW 1xGL

I have decided to write about a dog not many, well probably only a privileged few has met and known for the time he was with us. Some little back round info; the late D.Carrol and Southener put the breeding together using Junior (GR CH BUSTER BROWN /Le Fonze’s Buddah) to Blackbird (Shack Nicky), what came out of it was a very good litter. In no particular order: Tumble’s Bella...

ROCCA’S STONEWALL POR

Stonewall`s parents was GR CH Snake and CH Missy half brother and half sister whose mother was Honeybunch.In the 80’s of last century, a puppy namedTravis (in the future Stonewall) lived and was brought up by Tom Garner (breeder of Stonewall). Travis was first sold to a lady named Mary Parsons. Then Mr. Hunter won with Stonewall two games vs DEETER `S PEE WEE 2W for 42 minutes and CHICKEN DAVE `S...

BAKARI´S CH TYRONE

http://www.apbt.online-pedigrees.com/modules.php?name=Public&file=printPedigree&dog_id=309147

HAMMOND’S PARKSON

Back in the early eighties, after Rufus had died, I still owned and had access to several of his sons, all of which I felt had the genetic possibilities to carry on and produce the dogs that I liked. One of the last was a dog called Pig that was registered as Snort. He had produced his share of really good ones, in spite of not being bred to that...