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Registered: Sep 2009
Location: Monticello, Wi
Re: Penneys Pups
Originally posted by Kler Kry
Penney fell out of a tree in August while I was getting her ready for the World hunt and almost died. I had to have over a liter of fluid taken out of her left lung. After that near miss and with Penney going to be past 7 after her next heat period, I made the decision to bred her again. I have not hunted with any dogs in the last few year that I thought were superior to Penney so I decided to linebreed her back to her ancestors. Penney is a descendant of the combination of dogs that produced the mother of Russ Bellars Psycho. I'm hoping that this will result in another Penney. Rex was out of Psycho and Penneys mother, Roxy. I really like the pups out of Rex and Penney, but wanted another cross on Penney that could be used to double Penney in some future cross.
Penney was artificially bred to Bellars Psycho and the last straw of Bellars Shep. and Penney had 8 pups this morning thanks to Russ Bellar, Never Gone's; Dean and Karen Bitzel and Jr. Deventer for selling Penney to me as a pup. I will be selling some Penney pups in the future. Trained, started, or puppies as I will be cutting back on dogs to keep a couple of the new litter. Call if interested. 608-558-4640 Ken Risley
The original verbal DNA results were proven to be in error. Additional testing by both PKC and UKC labs have resulted in identifying Bellars Psycho as the sire to all eight pups. My understanding is that extra testing and analysis were required because the DNA markers for Penney, Shep and Psycho were similar or identical.
Please contact me if you are interested in a pup as I didn't require a deposit and due to the long wait on the DNA analysis some of those originally interest may no longer be.
Pups have been handled, hauled, answer to their names and are ready to start hunting. They are almost 7 months old. I'm sure that some will run and tree right now. I'm expecting this to be the best litter out of Penney as both Penney and Psycho are proven reproducers. Thanks for your time. Ken Risley
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