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Old 06-05-2019, 09:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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We have recently lost our beautiful girl Lola. To say we are devastated is an understatement. I am desperately trying to find out about her litter mates to see if any if them were bred from. As when we feel the time is right we would love to get a pup from our beloved girls bloodline. The name of the lovely lady that bred Lola escapes me right now but she was born on 26/09/04. In Winkfield, Ascot. Our girls pedigree name is Rachel Rock Cottage. Is there anyway that I can find out anymore information? Thankyou in advance
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If she was Kc registered, join MyKC and you should be able to trace other pups in the litter and any possible progeny.

Sorry for your loss.
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Oh thankyou so much. I never knew about this! None of Lola's siblings went on to have puppies so I have to trace in another direction but I will keep trying. Thank you again
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I'll have a look in the morning, see what I can find out.
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Thank you both so much
As you can imagine this means a great deal to all of us. X
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Old 07-05-2019, 09:33 AM   #6 (permalink)
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As a thought for you, your dog's sire was Gallybob Flapjack. His grand daughter is Gallybob Barley Sugar, so a pup from her might be possible. Certainly worth a phone call. Have a look here.

https://www.champdogs.co.uk/breeder/20669

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Thankyou so so much. I have emailed initially via the champdogs website. Will wait and if no luck will telephone. Eternally grateful
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Have spoken to Gallybob Flapjacks breeder and they have a litter due next week, which descends from him, although somewhat diluted now. Need to put the thumbscrews on the husband now as he feels we would being disloyal to our girl if we got another one too soon. Would we be? Such a sad house right now and we could never forget our beautiful girl
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Is this litter out of Buff?

I have to admit that I'm one who hates not having a dog or two around. Whenever I've lost one I want another ASAP. The new one never replaces the old one, the new one finds her own place in my heart. Just like humans, they all have different characters, so it's easy to see them as individuals in their own right.

But a word of warning. We always look back through rose coloured glasses, and always get caught out by just how difficult a puppy is in the early stages. For the first 3 or 4 weeks we are firefighting, nothing gets done apart from keeping puppy out of mischief. We are absolutely convinced that the old dog was never the problem of this new pup! But it does not last forever, and they grow up into the most amazing creatures.

Good luck in your persuading.
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In my emotional state I did not establish the name of the mother dog but would assume it is Buff.
And funnily enough, we were remembering fondly the destruction that Lola caused on her arrival so yes, i remember well the hard work needed to be put in. Lola was our first family dog and the children grew up with her, she was our third baby and she could never be replaced, we are surrounded by her, photo's, paintings and most of all that special place in my heart.
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