Earlier this week we went to Sweden and had two days with successful meeting between Arya and Qarat.
So know it’s the looong wait until we know if there are puppies or not.
Ultrasound can be done earlies week 12, but haven’t booked a time yet.
If she is with puppies they will be born week 17.
At the moment we are NOT taking anymore enquiries until we have an indication that she is with a high number of puppies.
Congratulations to «Meera» Deepeyes Winds Of Winter III and Lars with approved operative SAR Dog winter/avalanche!
Too much going on this week, but better late then never (one week late)
«Banjo» where at the show again at the International show in Israel and got Cacib, BOB and BIG3 under one of my favourite judges: Rob Douma, NL.
ILJCH ILCH, ILGCH INTCH BH GW17 DeepEyes Wanderlust V
DeepEyes Possible Maybe V «Tuuri» has checked his heart by US.
In short the result is:
A tiny-tiny in both mitral and tricuspid valves there is a insignificant leak towards vestibule and heart on the limit for sporting heart. No signs of bi-sounds with stereoscope.
The paper in Finnish, and a try of translating veterinary language in Finnish over to English *puh*
Tuuri came to the vet because he has been a bit uncalm at night time, no other symptoms.. Some of his siblings have been diagnosed with some changes in heart.
In ascultation normal sounds from heart and lugns. Pink and humid mucous membranes. Stomach normal.
In US can be seen a normal heart. Left chamber of the heart is on the limit of normal size. Contractility (the way heart «pumps» the blood» is in normal range. In both atrio- ventricular valves there is a insignificant leak towards vestibule. Flow rate of big veins is in normal range. (bicuspid/mitral
and tricuspid valve)
In this examination a heart disease can not be found. Because the size of left chamber (?) is a bit big, still in the range of normal, I recommend a contro US in about 6 months. Take contact, if there are any symptoms.
Hers a map and the leaking points has been circled. Bicuspid valve I understand as the same as Mitral valve.
Saint where at her very last puppy show today. She is 7 months and her next show will be the «real deal» 😉
She got BOB under judge Liz-Beth Liljeqvist Sweden.
Good size. Nice head. Eyes a bit light. Good bite. Enough bone, strong paws. Normal angultation. Long chest. Good topline and very promessing movement. Excellent coat.
Saint behaved like a pro in the ring, but decided not to when it was picture time :p
Sinner did his last show in Junior class. He got Excellent and CQ from junior and had 3 other boys in the ring for best male. Sinner got 2.best male and his first CAC in Norway (we need working results in Norway and he got his in november). He was much more comfortable in the ring today and moved well in the ring 😀
Judge Liz-Beth Liljeqvist.
Good size. Nice shaped head, a little big ears. Enough dark eyes. Good bite. Enough bone and strong paws. Normal angultation, enough body. Long and good chest. Strong back. Elastic movement. Correct coat.
And yes, I’m feeding him He is coated down and needs some more meat on his bones. But I have also just started to exercise him more physically with more pulling and back pack. So the result will be this for a couple of months
Then «Banjo» DeepEyes Wanderlust V has checked his eyes and heart.
Eye: Results are PPM Iris, other then that he is clear 🙂
For those who dont know what PPM is:
What are persistent pupillary membranes (PPM)?
Persistent pupillary membranes are strands of tissue in the eye. They are remnants of blood vessels which supplied nutrients to the developing lens of the eye before birth. Normally these strands are gone by 4 or 5 weeks of age.
Depending upon the location and extent of these strands, they may interfere with vision. They may bridge from iris to iris across the pupil, iris to cornea (may cause corneal opacities), or iris to lens (may cause cataracts), or they may form sheets of tissue in the anterior chamber of the eye. In many dogs these tissue remnants cause no problems.
Inheritance is not defined. Breeding recommendation from Nordic Eye Examination Committee:
- Hunder med små forandringer med strenger som krysser over pupillåpningen kan brukes i avl, men bør fortrinnsvis pares med hund uten tilsvarende forandringer. Dette gjelder alle raser.
(My translation: dogs with small changes can be used in breeding, but is encouraged to use partners with no PPM.)
Remark Mitral Valve regurgitation.
ILCH ILJCH ILGRANDCH BY GEW17 Deepeyes Wanderlust V «Banjo» can put an other title to his name: Internatinal champion! Congratulations!
Talli and Sinner has also been out and about again. We went to Stockholm winner.
Sinner got vg. He is a bit «high and tall» in the ring at the moment and don’t really show well (he feels uncomfortable after some other young boys is trying to pick a fight and he knows that he is not allowed and he don’t want to pick a fight. But I think age will fix that)
Talli shows well as always and became Swedish Veteran Winner 2017! And 3 best female!
Saint was with us also and became BISMascot 😉 She loves being at shows and walking around and looking at everyone and everything. And if I give her something to do the focus is on me. Great puppy!