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about Kilay

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After deciding not to breed with Yoni anymore I searched for a puppy out of a full workingline combination. The father is BaW Sean, the male I used for Yoni’s litter and her mother is BaW Floss. I was waiting for a stunning blue merle girl, but when I saw Kilay I was completely in love.

Kilay grew up to a fast, crazy young girl who is really smart and loves to work with someone. Besides the typical spooky phases in the first year, she was always easy. Today she is a girl who really knows what she wants and that is no “wannabe admirer”. He would rather get to know her “bitchy” side 😀

 With Kilay I do agility. She is a crazy, high driven dog with a big will to please which make it fun to work with her. She learns quick and always thinks about what we are doing. In the parcours, she is focused on the obstacles and would never try to skip one. She works for toys as well as for food. Typical for Kilay is standing on the contact zones tripping with her hindlegs all the time and wagging her tail  😀 In herding Kilay shows a lot of style, our goal is to once participate in a trial.Unfortunately there is not that much time for training at the moment, but I hope this will change soon.

Sometimes it feels like it has to be that Kilay passed all her health results with excellent results so that I started to think about a stud for her. She continues the line I already started with. I didn’t keep a puppy out of my first litter, but Kilay is a halfsister (through Sean) to them. I want to keep more herding instinct in the lines I breed, Kilay makes that easier.

For the breeding license we have to show Kilay on dogshows and it was hard work to teach this nimble girl to stand nice for a while. But we managed it and on her first show she already proved that she can act like a real showdog.

04 November 2019 :

Unfortunatly we had to cancel Kilay her last litter  for winter 2020/21 because 2 of her sibbling who are also in breeding gave each a pup with seizures (epilepsy). Kilay gave us two amazing litters and I can’t take the risk of breeding a third litter with her if the chances are to big that she can also produce epilepsy. Ofcourse I trust every combination we made and we always try to make the chance of seizures so less as possible but in this case I’m not sure what Kilay gave her offspring. So after 12 amazing puppies Kilay will be retired of breeding and stops maybe her line here in our kennel. We put our breeding plans with her daughter on hold until end of 2022 and will look then back on Kilay her line and maybe we will continu her line in 2023 if everything stays the same as at this point and our feeling is oke with it. Breeding is sometimes really hard but we do everything for our puppy owners and we always make our choices for the breed and not for our own ”fame”

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Borders at Work Kilay
NHSB 3004254
ISDS NL/338303
VDH/ZBrH BOC 21187
12 May 2015
Luc Smeets
Wiet van Dongen
black and white
tanpoints and dilute

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free’16’18
free 2016
H102832
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