“Rosie“, was a very calm, sensible cavalier.
She had 3 very nice litters for us.
Two litters were to Heronbank Jazzy Jasper of Bekheren and one litter was to Heronbank Manannan Beg.
Rosie “retired” following the birth of her last litter and after having her spayed, she is now living happily with our clients S & J D and their two children in Loughborough.
“Cyda” is a lovely black & tan girl, daughter of “Rosie” and “Jazzy”.
She had her first pedigree litter in February 2011 – Five lovely, healthy puppies to Heronbank Joy’s Final Fling “Toby”.
Her second litter was born on Easter Sunday 2012. Again, Toby was the father to 6 gorgeous babies.
There is a little book available for our younger readers. This is downloadable and printable. Here is Cyda’s Story
Cyda’s portrait was very kindly sketched for us by Artist Chris Goddard. Thank you Chris for such a lovely picture of Cyda.
The ever-resourceful Nick from Urban Haze managed to record much of Cyda’s second litter as they were being born. I never cease to marvel in the miracle of life.
Here is the video:
Cyda now lives with her brother, Ted, with our friend P G and her family in Pudsey, Leeds.
A relatively new addition to the Heronbank Pack is blenheim, Ladyview Mazie Ann at Hanaland, aka “Honey”, seen on the right, with Drummer.
Honey, is a little shy having not been socialised by her breeder at the crucial time and is rather stand off-ish with strangers, but has settled in well with John and I as well as with the pack.
Honey is the Great Grand-daughter of the late Heronbank Zenith, seen left, who was an excellent Heronbank Stud for several years before his retirement.
Honey and Drummer have brought party-colours back to Heronbank with the birth of Honey’s first litter.
Honey & Drummer’s first litter was born in October 2013. 5 beautiful puppies, one blenheim and 4 tricolours. 4 are now settling in to their new homes.
Honey’s first litter gave us Heronbank Heritage, a stunning tricolour girl whom we have called Hettie. She is now part of the Heronbank pack and in due course we hope she will have babies of her own.
Our bitches have are now retired and are much loved pets.