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Ch Sunjoie Woodland Crown Jewel, CD, JH, WCX, VC

"Joey"

Joey was my first champion who introduced me to so many wonderful experiences and people in the sport of dogs. 

Joey loved his birds and it was Joey who introduced me to Hunt tests and WC/WCX tests.  He didn't necessarily score high on style points but he had a nose.  He came out of retirement with very little practice, to earn his WCX at 7 1/2 yrs. 

Most of all, Joey had the most wonderful Golden personality and temperament which has been passed to his kids, grandkids and greatgrandkids!.

 

Joey was bred/co-owned by Joyce Davis.  He was sired by Ch. Sunjoie Shawn of Monogram and his dam was Sunjoie Sabado Tarde.

 

http://k9data.com/pedigree.asp?ID=4502

 

 


Ch Woodland's Emerald Isle

"Kelly"

Kelly was my first home-bred champion. What a thrill!!  Sweet Kelly was first and foremost an ambassador of the breed.  She had a wonderful golden temperament and personality. 

 

Kelly was also the best tennis ball catcher.  She could definitely catch them on the fly and would have made a great short-stop.

Kelly also was mother to my second home-bred champion, Patrick. 

Kelly was sired by Ch Skips Vanreel Rockyrd Kazak and her dam was Donnor's Woodland Lady Katie, CD.

One of our last memories of Kelly was her win in the  10-12 year Veteran Class at the 2001 National Specialty.  Look at her move.  Sadly, we lost Kelly at 11 years of age but her beautiful golden spirit lives on in  her wonderful grandkids and greatgrandkids.

http://k9data.com/pedigree.asp?ID=6189

 


Am/Can Ch. Woodland's Fighting Irish, AX, AXJ

Patrick       

 

May the road rise to meet you.

May the wind be always at your back.

May the sun shine warm upon your face.

And rains fall soft upon your fields.

And until we meet again,

May God hold you in the hollow of his hand.

---From Irish Blessings

 

 

Ch Woodland's Fighting Irish, AX, AXJ  "Patrick" finished his championship at 21 months.  He won 7 consecutive shows in tough Southern California competition.  At 2 years of age, he started agility training and within two months was competing.  Patrick  earned his Novice title in three consecutive shows and then proceeded to earn an open leg as a move up. 

He was quick learner whose greatest handicap was "me." 

He will be missed, but to his kids and grandkids, his beautiful golden spirit and energy live on.

 

 

 

Patrick was my third champion and second homebred champion...His dam was Ch Woodland's Emerald Isle and his sire, Ch Sassafras Batterys Not Incld.

http://k9data.com/pedigree.asp?ID=15269

 

 

Woodland's Funny Girl

Brice was a truly special girl....and her absence has left a large void.  She always had a smile with dipples, too.

Her wonderful Golden temperament has found its way to her children and their offspring.

Brice was mother to Ch. Woodland 'n Broxden Two Thumbs Up "Jay," Am/Can Ch. Woodland's Woofin on the Ritz "Fred" and Woodland Sunjoie Uptown Girl, NA, NAJ "Dixie."

http://k9data.com/pedigree.asp?ID=15333

 

   

Am CH. Woodland 'n Broxden Two Thumbs Up, NA, NAJ  "Jay"

Jay typified that beautiful golden personality.   He is very much missed but leaving behind kids and grandkids who possess his beautiful spirit.

He loved his agility but also loved the judge and ring stewards....

http://k9data.com/pedigree.asp?ID=15329

 

Am/Can Ch. Woodland's Woofin On the Ritz, NA, NAJ

"Fred"

 

Fred was one of the silliest dogs at Woodland with the biggest heart.  He did love his girls and definitely enjoyed all the club's Veterans Parties.  He enjoyed life and the house is now a bit lonely without the love bug "Fred."

 

 

Granhill's Woodland Shamrock, OA, OAJ  "Erin"

 

Erin was Queen of the household for 15 1/2 years.  She was a challenge in agility but did achieve her OA and OAJ. She hated doing the down on that table!  She produced some lovely litters with some wonderful kids.  She will always have a special place in my heart!  

 


Goodtime Saltwater Taffy

Sadly, I lost Taffy this past March 2014 at the age of 10 1/2 yr.  Taffy came to me from Lisa Smith (Goodtime Golden Retrievers) and she was mother to both Kerry (Ch. Woodland Kerry Oakie OD) and  Mia (Ch. Woodland Take A Chance On Me).  She definitely was a gal who came in a small package but brought so much joy and love to me and all whom she met.  Taffy Waffles...you were the best and you will be missed.


GCh Can Ch Sunjoie Woodland Anyway U Slice It, Am/Can SDHF CGC NA NAJ OAP OJP

"Cutter"

 

 

It's so hard to lose any dog, but Cutter was one of those very special ones who leaves such a void in my life.  He was such a kind sole.  He had become a wonderful therapy dog sitting with the second graders who dutifully read books to him.  It was a wonderful experience for both Cutter and myself.  Cutter was devoted to me and he worked so hard to get those last legs in agility to attain his OJP.  He also loved going out to the field with me.  HE loved his ducks and I had a hard time getting them back from him.  After a run, he would run back into his crate with his duck and only then give it up.

 I miss you Cutter Butter. 


CH.WOODLAND KERRY OAKIE, OD

 

Kerry was my Champion by Taffy and sired by Cutter.  She was a very special girl who was

my first outstanding dam. She was mother to multiple BIS winners and a total of 9 champions.

What i miss most about KERRY is her wonderful golden temperament and the very sweetness

that was KERRY.