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Rupik Daisy Belle (Braemerwood
Proclamation x Rupik Joybelle) Daisy Belle was mated to
Bellringer (James) and from this came Rupik Bella Marguerita.
A real sweetie, she was the best baby sitter around, never
happier than when taking care of anyone's puppies. She didn't
care if they were her own or not!
Bella Marguerita (Ch Rupik Bellringer x Rupik
Maggie, a real showgirl who loved every minute in
the showring and always gave her all. She won many BP, BOB
and BIS awards. By now I had a number of Bellringer daughters
(as well as Maggie, I had bought in two younger sisters
of Ch Eight Bells of Seefeld.....Isobelle at Rupik and Bella
Dora of Rupik. The question arose what dog I would eventually
mate them to. Click here for more
Jinny has three champion litter mates. She was so very
important in the evolution of the Rupik's as the mother
of Ch Bellringer. Her lovely head type and expression can
be seen to this day in his descendants. The longest lived
of all the Rupik's to date, she was 15 years and 3 months
when she died and still incredibly active up to the last
few weeks of her life.
at Rupik (Bellringer ex Isadora of Winterdown
Bella was another younger full sister to Ch Eight Bells.
She produced Filmore's first UK litter, from which I kept
Rupik Maple Syrup. (Shirley) In her second Filmore breeding
she produced Rupik Maple Fudge (Widget)
Maple Syrup (Ch Lounsbury's Flashback to Rupik
x Isobelle at Rupik)
Shirley had a wonderful start to her show career winning
the puppy group at most of her early shows. She went on
to do some useful winning and was yet another with wonderful
character. I lost her far too young and it was a very bleak
January when Eight Bells, Isobelle and Maple Syrup all died
within four weeks.
One of my Filmore daughters, Windy, like most of my bitches,
has had only one litter. She has given me Cassie to take
the line into the new millennium. What more could I ask
I lost her far too young, aged 8 1/2 when she suddenly
haemorrhaged internally due to a tumour on her spleen.
There had been no warning or signs of illness. Sadly,
despite all the vets could do, she was too weak to come
through the operation to remove her spleen
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