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 Berry Brits
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7/28/2018 1:43:54 AM reply with quote send message to Berry Brits Object to Post   

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Since we’ve got a small pool of breeders now I wanted to make a breed thread so we could chat a bit! happy :)

I figured we could keep track of high SOP, judges that like us (our group placements are on the climb!), check in on color breeding projects, and just generally talk about the breed.

First off I wanted to welcome SoonipiCurlyCoats back to the game - they’re the breeder of #1 All-Time Brittany Brynmor Chocolate Lullaby and have multiple others on the leaderboard!

Now for some breed stats... just let me know if any of these change, I will gladly update this post!

Breed Ranking
#32

High SOP
Kupara Sparkly Star - 96.30!
www.showdog.com/dog.aspx?id=16424160

I believe the next highest SOP are my two 96.15 boys, Topsy Turvy and Walking on Sunshine. happy :)

Group Placement Judges
*A record of judges that have given Brittanys group placements. Asterisks indicate judges that commonly give placements.
-Scott Pham
-Peggy Thomas*
-Lucille Green
-Misty Scott
-Jennifer Green*
-Alexis Sides (awarded Rivacre Cell Block Tango best in group!)

Color Project High SOPs
Liver Tri-Color - 13.65, Jonagold Impressario
www.showdog.com/dog.aspx?id=16397876
Black Tri-Color - 18.45, Rivacre Jonagold Alamanza
www.showdog.com/dog.aspx?id=16340076

I think that’s it! Also feel free to post new studs and sales here, it’ll be very useful to keep track of new availability. happy :)

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 Rivacre Gundogs
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7/28/2018 4:41:27 AM reply with quote send message to Rivacre Gundogs Object to Post

I've got some pretty high colour project studs!

Liver tri: 25.6 on stud for $25
www.showdog.com/dog.aspx?id=16382709

Black tri: 21.1 on stud for $25
www.showdog.com/dog.aspx?id=16264135
 Berry Brits
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7/29/2018 11:10:41 PM reply with quote send message to Berry Brits Object to Post

I had forgotten that you still keep colors! I’ll update that soon. happy :)

New Stud: Berry Painting the Wind, 95.90
www.showdog.com/dog.aspx?id=16387099
 SoonipiCurlyCoats
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7/30/2018 12:52:21 AM reply with quote send message to SoonipiCurlyCoats Object to Post

Hello everyone and thank you for a warm welcome back! I'm excited to reactivate this account because it is really quite ancient. I've been in and out of the game a few times (largely due to school and work) but I have been playing pretty actively the past few months.

I also play under

Houndsome (Beagles)
www.showdog.com/general/user_information.aspx?user=Houndsome

Tartufo (Cane Corso)
www.showdog.com/general/user_information.aspx?user=Tartufo

and Ddedwyddach (My miscellaneous kennel - Harriers, Argentine Dogo, and my Bluetick Beagle project)
www.showdog.com/general/user_information.aspx?user=Ddedwyddach

Seems like I may finally have worked my way up to a family account because I am terrible at keeping more than one breed in a kennel. Whoops...

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 BarStar
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7/30/2018 8:07:17 PM reply with quote send message to BarStar Object to Post

Berry,

If you keep digging a little more, you should find some BIS/Show placer judges for Britts. Might not be able to win them until SOP advances more, but its a possibility.

Not in the breed, but thought I'd add that tidbit to the discussions.

Will
 Berry Brits
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7/30/2018 11:55:08 PM reply with quote send message to Berry Brits Object to Post

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Hello everyone and thank you for a warm welcome back! I'm excited to reactivate this account because it is really quite ancient. I've been in and out of the game a few times (largely due to school and work) but I have been playing pretty actively the past few months.
Of course! happy :) Now that you’ve upgraded feel free to PM me so I can set you up with some more foundation stock - I’m over my kennel lint right now so I’d be glad to offload some dogs haha.

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Berry,

If you keep digging a little more, you should find some BIS/Show placer judges for Britts. Might not be able to win them until SOP advances more, but its a possibility.

Not in the breed, but thought I'd add that tidbit to the discussions.

Will

This is a great idea! Thanks for the recommendation, I will start digging through for those too. happy :)
 Kupara
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8/8/2018 1:14:02 PM reply with quote send message to Kupara Object to Post

Oh sorry I didn't see this before, haven't been checking the forums lately.

The SOP of my dogs have been getting better and I'm starting to be able to actually compete against other kennels.

I kind of abandoned the color breeding line, because I was having terrible luck with it. So instead, I'm trying to improve the top neck and back trait in brits which should be much easier.

Welcome back to the game Brynmor! I remember you! I started playing in brits when they were in their 5th generation on my otakuparadise account. I stopped playing for many years and have returned 3-4 month ago.

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