Our Females
MAE
MBVIG, BPIS, MBPIG GCh. dBella's Vaudeville Vixen RAE5, AgNJ, AgN, JT, TT, ROMC, RATN, Am. RE
DOB:  September 10, 2010
An ounce of performance is worth pounds of promise. ~ Mae West

Visit Mae's page to learn more about the incredible versatility of this energetic, determined, loyal and obedient red head!


 
 
MAE'S PAGE
ELPHABA
BISS, AOM GCh. Cassel N dBella's Wicked Am/Can RN, RATI
DOB: April 19, 2014
Prepare to be Spellbound.

Come meet our beautiful Elphaba.
 
 
ELPHIE'S PAGE
Jazmine
BPIS, MBPIG Ch. dBella's Maeflower
DOB:  January 12, 2016
Jazzy is waiting for her turn to come back into the ring - both for conformation and rally obedience.

She reminds me of her grandpa, Masi. Always happy, always going a million miles an hour.

Jazzy is an Odin x Mae daughter and was selectively shown as a puppy taking Best Puppy In Show on her first weekend out. Our thanks to Judge Sue-Ellen Remple for this honour. Special thanks to Tammy Sawtzky for her beautiful presentation of Jazmine.





 
 

NEWSFLASH!
First time out in over a year and her only day in that show as a Special, Jazzie takes a Group 3 under Dr. Terril Udenberg. 
Beautifully presented by Tanya Palylyk.
May 2018

Ch. Kandak's Oxford Lexington RA, CD, CGN, TT, ROMC, LC-14D, BFL-1
May 15, 1999 - January 21, 2014
DPCC's 2009 Performance Dog of the Year (tie)
 
Diabla... so many adventures that we had together in our almost 15 years together. How lucky I was to have D as my foundation - not just for the longevity in her lines but also her brains! 
 
D took me on adventures that I never dreamed. Not only as my first Rally dog and first dog to title in formal obedience with a CD... which garnered us enough titles to make her the Doberman Pinscher Club of Canada's Performance Dog of the Year in 2009. Diabla also did things like as a puppy escaping from her crate, out a window and onto the garage roof... Or chasing a squirrel and having it fall between her legs - completely mystified at what to do until the squirrel took off so that she could chase it again. Never mind cleaning up the mess when she decided that flour was good eatin'!
 
She was an amazing mother of 8 and I'm proud to say that most of the litter lived to be over 10, with "puppies" still alive at over 12 1/2 years of age. 
 
Always faithful, Diabla took a piece of my heart when she passed over the rainbow bridge (cancer).  Sleep softly dumpling.
 
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