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Kendall Herr is shown with some of her Dickendall family of dogs. Pictured, from left, are: " Marky Mark " (Dickendall Buckstone Trademark);
" Heath " (MBISS GCH Dickendall Buckstone Hou's He); " Chill " (BISS CH Dickendall Churchill); " Tucker " (Dickendall Defender); " BB " (Dickendall
Copperstill Blueberry Buckle); " Fred " (GCH Fred CD BN RE TKA SE); " Zinger " (Dickendall Buckstone Eyezing On the Cake); and " Rhonda " (CH
Dickendall Buckstone Rendezvous at Midnight).
not end up a show dog, he achieved his CDX (Companion
Dog Excellent) obedience title and was Dick's hunting dog. "
Their second Labrador Retriever, " Palangus, " became
their foundation bitch, whelping Dickendall's first show
champion in 1970, a black male called " Flip " (CH Dickendall
Flip Flop CDX), who was also sired by " Midas. " Kendall
breeder-owner-handled Flip in conformation and obedience.
" Flip was an excellent sire, " she says. " He had great
temperament and was especially trainable. "
The mold was set. Dickendall launched a breeding program
founded on its top sires. Multiple Best in Specialty
Show winners and all-breed Best of Breed and Sporting
Group placers have come from Dickendall. " We have
been involved with some of the breed's most influential
sires of recent times, " Kendall says.
About 10 years after Flip, Ken Hunter of Cranspire
Labradors leased " Rever " (ENG/AM CH Receiver of Cranspire),
the top show dog and top producer in England,
to Kendall and Jean Sasaki. Rever finished his American
championship in three shows. His first win was Best
of Breed from the classes at the prestigious Labrador
Retriever Club of the Potomac Specialty Show.
" Rever was a well-balanced, great mover with show
dog attitude, and he had a pretty head, super hind quarters
and short back, " Kendall says. " He was heavily used
as a stud dog in the U.S., which helped to raise the quality
of the breed at that time. "
When Rever's first puppies hit specialty shows, they
were easily identified as Rever puppies. Dickendall's first
Rever champion was " Ruffy " (CH Dickendall Ruffy SH)
out of CH Moorwood's Jewel. One of the first champion
show-bred Labradors to achieve a Senior Hunter title,
Ruffy also was a notable sire.
Ruffy's son, " Arnold " (MBISS Dickendall Arnold), became
the top-producing Labrador Retriever sire in the history of
the breed - a record that
holds today. The No. 1
producer in 1996, 1997 and
1998, Arnold sired 110 show
champions. Many of his
show champion children,
grandchildren and greatgrandchildren
also hold
titles in hunt tests, obedience
and agility. Arnold
also produced guide dogs,
bomb detection dogs and
service dogs, plus many
beloved companions.
Born in 1988, Arnold was
a masculine black male with
thick bone and coat, kind
expression and beautiful
outline. He was bred by Liz
Muthard and Ted Roseberg,
as Muthard had bought Arnold's dam, Dickendall A-HA,
from Kendall. Arnold was Kendall's stud fee puppy that
she took back from the litter.
One of Arnold's greatest gifts to Dickendall was as
DICKENDALL LABRADOR
RETRIEVERS & BORDER
TERRIERS*
Are Fed Purina Pro Plan
SPORT Performance 30/20
Chicken & Rice Formula
Border
Terriers:
1/2
to 2 cups
per day
Labrador
Retrievers:
5 to 8 cups
per day
*Each dog is fed individually with the amount fed
based on age & body condition
a producer of producers. His son, " Drifter " (MBISS CH
Tabatha's Drifter at Dickendall JH), was a top producer of
champions in 2001. Present day top-producing sires related
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