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 Willow Buff
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3/3/2018 9:46:40 AM reply with quote send message to Willow Buff Object to Post   

It's strange that cocker heads are stuck on 9.8. Has anyone had a puppy with anything higher. I notice in standards that a lot of breeders will breed dogs with low show shine. I'm wondering if our better heads are connected somehow to low show shine. Look at my standard bitch that had a recent BIS. The standards are continually improving, where cockers are so slow.
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 Clwyd Cockers
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3/3/2018 9:53:43 AM reply with quote send message to Clwyd Cockers Object to Post

I have a few 10 heads now, thanks to Foxley and her boy “ Bookends”
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3/3/2018 9:56:13 AM reply with quote send message to Clwyd Cockers Object to Post

I stand corrected...Gaylans Bookends.

Here is my boy out of his son, almost a veteran now.
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 Clwyd Cockers
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3/3/2018 9:57:53 AM reply with quote send message to Clwyd Cockers Object to Post

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I am also just starting to work on lowering HQ.
 Willow Buff
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3/6/2018 10:01:25 AM reply with quote send message to Willow Buff Object to Post

Yes.. I will be around. I have some good hind quarters and feet. I'll post them. Also just got a puppy with 10 gait.

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 Willow Buff
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3/7/2018 3:10:27 PM reply with quote send message to Willow Buff Object to Post

Here is a dog with size.
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 Clwyd Cockers
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3/7/2018 3:58:37 PM reply with quote send message to Clwyd Cockers Object to Post

VERY NICE!!!

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