Wildwood Kennels Past

Wildwood's Angel In D'Skys

Angel was my foundation bitch. She started her show career and was pointed but really hated showing so the decision was made to pull her and breed. The first stud I chose for her was Ch Rummer Run's Ticker Tape. Such a beautiful dog complimented her nicely and my first Champion was born, Ch Wildwood's Roxann, "Roxi". I also showed a reverse brindle male from this litter who was pointed and took a Best of Breed from the classes.

The next breeding was a tight line breeding as I was still trying to strengthen my head piece so I went to Ch Liotto's Halloween Omen, "Damien". Damien had the nicest head piece that I have ever seen in all my days of showing. The breeding did exactly what I wanted and a litter of 4 was born. One flashy reverse brindle female "Milly" went to Ike as pick of litter. Unfortunately she met with a tragic accident at 7 months old while with a friend. The others out of that litter were plain and you just didn't show your plain babies at that time. Since this litter was so nice, a repeat breeding was done and produced one flashy brindle male, one flashy reverse brindle female and one white puppy. The flashy puppies stayed with me and both became champions at a young age. The flashy male Ch Wildwood's Totally Justified finished at 18 months old and Ch Wildwood's I'm No Angel, "Jade", finished at 20 months old.

Angel lived to be 10 years old, and produced 3 champions, but no other litters were planned as she was spayed after her last litter. She left this world while I was on vacation. She ate her supper (her favorite thing in the world), asked to go outside and then just fell over and was gone. It was so hard to come home to one less dog but she gave me more in her offspring than I could have ever asked for. When I was told of her passing, we cut our vacation short and headed home. About 1 hour into our return trip, from Utah, we came upon a canyon called "Angel Canyon". How fitting, so we made a side trip and brought home a beautiful rock from Angel Cayon that now rests on her urn.


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