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Black and Tan Coonhound

Black and Tan Coonhound
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Int. Ch. Necku Sound Of A Coon - Dog: Necku Sound Of A Coon

24/07 25/07 26/07 27/07/2014  SUMMER DOG SHOWS SPLIT, CROATIA, Best Of Breed (Judge: Zlatko Kraljić, CRO) and she won Reserv24/07 25/07 26/07 27/07/2014  SUMMER DOG SHOWS SPLIT, CROATIA: Best Of Breed (Judge: Zlatko Kraljić, CRO) and she won Reserv22/11/2013 CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP: Hounds And Dachshund Club Zagreb, Croatia: Junior BOB, Best Of Breed, 3rd Junior BISS14/12/2013 NORDIC WINNER, HELSINKI, FINLAND: Judge: Ahlman-Stockmari Tanya (FIN) Exc1, Nordic Junior Winner13/04/2014  SPECIAL DOG SHOW FOR VI, VII & VIII FCI GROUP, CAC-HR DUGO SELO, CROATIA: Judge: Mijo Fury (CRO): Exc1, Junior BOB, BOB, 3r23/10/ 2014 NATIONAL DOG SHOW, BRNO, CZECH REPUBLIC: Judge Rafael Malo Alcrudo (ESP): CAC, Národní vítěz, BOB23/10/ 2014 NATIONAL DOG SHOW, BRNO, CZECH REPUBLIC: Judge Rafael Malo Alcrudo (ESP): CAC, Národní vítěz, BOB05/04/2014 NATIONAL DOG SHOW CAC BJELOVAR, CROATIA: Judge: Mr. Nenad Jagodić (CRO) Exc1, Junior BOB, BOB, 3rd BOG31/08/ 31/08/ 2014 CAC & CACIB GRADISKA, BIH: At three dog shows won 3xBOB, 1 R.BOG 2X BOG and was Best In Show under judge M31/08/ 31/08/ 2014  GRADISKA, BIH: At three dog shows won 3xBOB, 1 R.BOG 2X BOG and was Best In Show under judge Milivoje Urosevi26/11/ 2016 CACIB ZAGREB, CROATIA: Judge Refet Hadžić (BiH): CAC, CACIB, BOB 26/11/ 2016 CACIB ZAGREB, CROATIA: Judge Refet Hadžić (BiH): CAC, CACIB, BOB First litter02/10/ 2016 CACIB TULLN, AUSTRIA: Judge Franc Zimmermann (A): CACA, CACIB, BOB, BOG 4th and our Ulina fullfiled conditions for Austrian Cha

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The Life Expectancy of Your Dog

The Life Expectancy of Your Dog

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  • Training Your Dog

    For the health and wellbeing of your dog, training should really not ever be considered an option when owning a dog.  Well trained dogs are more likely to be behaved and listen, be void of behavioral issues, be good in public, and are less likely to bite.  Owners also have a much closer connection with the dog when the time is taken to form a relationship through training.



 


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