Shetla's Cha-Cha Chaya
Chaya is the second generation here at Shetla
daughter). I love her madly. She is very bright and very exuberant. She is a joy to train and work with. She is also a joy to just live with.
Chaya is continued linebreeding on
USACH CANCH DKCH Rosewood's U.S. Marshall.
However, let me immediately state that her inbreeding coefficient is only 2,73% based on five generations.
Her first show
Chaya was shown for the first time as a baby at the annual Sheltie Day in Helsingør. Judge was Tuula Tammelin. She awarded Chaya second best baby bitch and was nice enough to say it was a very close call between first and second
The critique: 5 months lovely baby bitch. Very well proportioned and moving. Correct details in head. Must not grow heavier in scull. Carries her head proudly. Well-angulated and well-placed limbs.
Very well-bodied. Tight/strong back. Low-set long tail. Lovely baby coat. Shows nonstop. First class teamwork.
More puppy photos of Chaya
A photo montage for her birthday 2008:
Tested for inheritable eye disease:
23.04.04, vet Mogens Aalund: Chaya
from CEA (no sign of inheritable eye disease).