Our Boys

Tug

CH InDrive’s Tug At Your Heartstrings CA ACT1 ACT1J TKN RATO AWD

Tug is a 20″ 55lb boy from our September 2020 Sassea x King litter. He is an easy going guy who happily goes from hanging on the couch to hiking, running agility, playing nosework, sprinting through the lure coursing field, or working in the water. He finished his championship entirely owner handled at 17 months old in just three weekends of showing, earning two OHG1s and an OHG3 along the way. Tug is co-owned by and lives with his lovely owner Sandy Nicholls, who trains and handles him in all venues aside from conformation. We are so proud of this young boy!

Pending health testing Tug will be available at stud to approved bitches.


Wherry

InDrive’s No Rest For The Wherry CA TKN RATS WWDX

Wherry is a handsome curly male out of our September 2020 Sassea x King litter. He stands 21″ and weighs 55lbs. Wherry is an incredible working dog, earning his Working Water Dog title before the age of a year old. He is a natural retriever, loves the water, flies off the dock, and is a stunning representation of the breed. He gobbles up any task I give him with enthusiasm and intensity. He is both driven and easy to live with. This guy will be one to watch, and we can’t wait for him to tear up the show ring!


Noah

Fishabay’s Nor’Easter of Lakewood AWD

Noah is an amazing boy that we co-own, and a littermate to our Maehem. He is a beautiful 20.5″ 48lb curly boy. His drive to work is incredible and he tackles new tasks with enthusiasm. When home with his family on Vashon Island he is a beloved couch cuddle buddy and companion. When he is with us he switches seamlessly into show dog and working dog roles, which is one of the things we love so much about him. Noah was 3rd in the BBE class at the 2019 National Specialty. 

OFA Hips Excellent, OFA Elbows Normal, JDCM Normal, GM-1 Normal, PRA Normal, EOPRA Normal, IC Clear, Micropthalmia Clear. Click HERE for health testing results.

Noah is available at stud to approved bitches. 

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