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Old 01-11-2011, 01:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am looking for relatives of My dog Sharp Jack of Plasissahill

His relatives are

BROCKLEBANK DAZZLE OF PLASISSAHILL; HOLLYVALE RUM SHRUB AT TWMPATH. Grand Parents. FT CH TALSBROOK RHUM OF BOLTONABBEY

I would be please to contatc any of his cousins expecially any of his brothers and sisters he was born Feb 2008 in Wales
he is fantasic (pet Dog) I wish I could work him but i dont have the time or commitment

please feel free to contact me


EDITED TO REMOVE KENNEL NAME AS IT IS AGAINST FORUM RULES
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Diesels great granddad on his mothers side is Aughacasla Sam of Drakeshead.
Diesel was born in 2005 in Chesterfield, Derbyshire
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Do you mean FT CH Aughacasla Sam of Drakeshead (IKC)?

All my 3 have him several times in their pedigrees
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Augusta Sam of Drakeshead
Should be Aughacasla Sam of Drakeshead. :wink:

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You are quite correct john my spelling was not good although my only aurgument would be I am away from my pedigrees at the minute and no offense was meant
he is my dogs great great grandfather as well
and yes he is also in my other dogs pedigree but I cant remember her exact pedigree name I wil get the correct details for my next visit though I didnt expect a reply so soon
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Let hope I spelled that one correct

This is Sharp jacks grandad I believe he was quite a dog
when I bought shrp jack from the breeder I was asssured all his pedigree was black
but somehow since owning him and doing a little internet surfing I have discovered he has most of the lab colours in him I don't suppose I shouldnt be suprised really, a little more detailed checking before I bought him would of unearthed that information .
Still if I was showing him or working him it would of made a difference but as it is he just my best freind so his background doesn't really matter except for my interest sake.
lets hope I can find some more of his family I would be intersted to see some photos

I can't post a photo as I am not on my own PC but his photo is on the net under Sharp Jack of Plasissahill if anybody wishes to look at my baby who by the way goes by a daily name of Spartan or sparks
Sad I know but my son named him after the film 300
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I apologise in advance if Ive got this wrong but the only Sharp Jack of Plasissahill I found was a dog being offered for stud for 150 with NO health tests!
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Augusta Sam of Drakeshead
Should be Aughacasla Sam of Drakeshead. :wink:

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Diesel's in hand written, i know thats not a good sign.
It does say Augusta Sam of Drakeshead so should it say Aughacasla Sam of Drakeshead?
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Lottie's grandad on her mother's side is Aughacasla Sam.He is also in the previous generation
Kate,I didn't realise Lottie and Diesel were related in a distant way!!

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" It does say Augusta Sam of Drakeshead so should it say Aughacasla Sam of Drakeshead? "


It should but with FT CH in front of that name...
Its a shame when breeders leave titles off dogs on pedigrees, people work SO hard to gain them :-( :-(
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