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CH Claddaghnripsnorter's Back'n Badger TDX MH JHR CGC UTI
CHIC # 136564
Hips - GWP-4412G27M-PI (Good)
Elbows - GWP-EL1045M27-PI (Normal)
Thyroid - GWP-TH682/27M-VPI (Normal)
Cardiac - GWP-ACA74/28M-VPI (Normal)
Eyes - GWP-EYE263/32M-VPI (Normal)
Dentition - GWP-DE10/52M-VPI (Full)
Embark full genetic test results available upon request
Furnishings DNA test: Ff
Tested CLEAR of:
Von Willebrand Disease
Owned by: Joe & Erin Yanish and Rick & Dee Donohue
Bred by: Rick & Dee Donohue, Angie Johnson, Mary-Lynn Jensen PH.D.
Handled by: Joe and Erin Yanish & Dave Slattum
Ripley is a very versatile dog with a commanding presence in the field and show ring! He enjoys all the different activities we offer with hunting being his favorite by far! He continues to be exceptional in the field from the 2018-present seasons helping us bag our limit.
We really rely on him in the later upland bird season. Birds are quick to flush if you get too close or they bury themselves in foliage or snow. Ripley has an amazing nose that can point a bird well off as to not stir it until we are able to flush. His tracking ability is incredible as well! We love having Ripley as part of our hunting family. Back in 2019 he started the season with the Youth Duck Hunt and ended it with many ducks, pheasants and grouse right up until the end of the season on Jan. 1st then went on to show January 4th &5th receiving 2 OH Group 1's and an OH RBIS! He is truly versatile and is passing that down to his offspring. He is now enjoying living life as a hunting dog who we occasionally take into an obedience, rally or agility ring.
Ripley gets noticed everywhere he goes with his strong physique, correct conformation and coat. He has proven to pass much of his hunting and physical attributes down to his offspring. He currently has offspring who have successfully completed NAVHDA NA testing with many prize 1's, a master hunter, winning majors and championing out in the show ring, earning titles in obedience, rally, agility and one has become a valued service dog!
Winter 2020 GWPCA Wire~News Cover