Winter 2021- Clover x Cookie
GCH WINDKIST SUCH A SWEET THING SD-S
CHIC # 14655014
OFA Eyes, OFA Heart - Clear
OFA Hips - Good
Lafora Tested - Negative Genotype
Thyroid Panel - OFA Clear
5x Group 1st Wins
4 time Best Puppy In Show
WINDKIST WILDERNESS THEME PARK
Pedigree OFA Clearances Embark
OFA Hips - Pending
Dominant Black Tricolour
Producing lovely pigmented puppies with sound, excellent temperaments
Planned Breeding Pairing is now set to go as Cookie's embark came back clear! With this breeding, I wanted to go back to Clover's roots at Windkist and pull on some amazing dogs in her pedigree as well bring in GCH Windkist Walk in the Park "Parker" back in to her offsprings pedigree, who has been such an influential dog and is one of my favourite producers of all time.
Cookie is producing stunning pigmented puppies with soft, sweet expressions and we are very excited to use this young dog and are very grateful to Leah at Windkist for sharing her boy with us. This litter waitlist is full. Should you be interested in future litters, please reach out in advanced as much as possible as our waitlist fills up very quickly.
Pictured above: Various puppies from two of Cookie's previous litters in 2019/2020. Photo Credits to Windkist Beagles
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Future Interested Puppy Owners
For those looking to add a FoxFire Beagle to their home and are looking for the steps to begin the journey to add one of our puppies, please find the process below:
Get on the Waitlist
After researching, fill out a Puppy Application or contact me telling me about yourself and what you're looking for. Approved homes will be Waitlisted
Stay in Touch!
Do not expect a puppy right away
as these things take time but I encourage those on my waitlist to keep in touch through email, text or FB
Although it is too early to say for sure, FoxFire may possibly be breeding again in late 2020 and likely two litters in 2021 from both Clover and Jenny (pending Health Clearances).
It's Never Too Early To Reach Out!
As my waitlist fills up quick, it is never too early to contact me in regards to future opportunities of purchasing a puppy. The more I get to know my future homes, the more I feel both comfortable and excited about placing puppies. Even if you don't expect to be able to add a Beagle for another two years or so, I cannot stress how important it is to reach out as soon as you can as most reputable breeders puppies are spoken for before they are even born and waiting last minute can be proven to be a challenge.