Jess

NAME:  Fenrirkin Can't Be Late


Sire: MULTI-CH Sledog Brutte Coffea Del Fenrirkin
(Jester Sledog Av Tasermiut
x Arabica Av Tasermiut at Sledog ShCM)

 

Dam: Suna-Sanik's Freidige Alice Av Fenrirkin (BJW-BE'19)

(NO UCH Suna-Sanik's Arctic Stormx NO UCH NO TCH Suna-Sanik's Wanted Pocahontas)



DOB: 4th December 2020

 

Hips: TBC (too young)

Eyes: TBC (too young)

We couldn't be more excited to introduce our keeper from our first litter, Jess (although more formally called Jessica when being naughty)!

Daughter of our Dylan & Alice who with circa 80 Championship Show Best Dog / Bitch wins across 9 different countries between them as well as class wins at dryland races and breed records in UK weightpull are both dogs who have made their mark on the breed here in the UK. Jess was the first born from a litter of six beautiful babies. You can read more about them HERE:

She made her presence known from the outset, with plenty to say before she had even opened her eyes and a strong personality even amidst her 5 equally charismatic littermates.

Showing a lot of promise in structure and working aptitude, Jess is proving a fun dog to have at home - albeit a very loud one!  She already shows that signature stubborn streak and an independent nature, but is a fast learner and absolutely adores the older dogs - especially her Mum Alice and "Uncle Harry" who puts up with her attention very well. She enjoys her human cuddles too and taking after her parents spends a lot of time on her back for tummy rubs.

Being our "lockdown" baby as born in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic and heavy government restrictions, getting out and about has been slow but she has still managed to squeeze in some online shows to compliment our training at home, with two Best Puppy in Breeds from as many shows and a fantastic Best Puppy In Show award under Christina Chapman (Bukris).

It's still early days but we are still very excited for what the future will bring for our firstborn puppy and will be looking forward to sharing more updates as she matures.