Bing x Mary’s Litter
- Planned Breeding: This breeding is due to happen by the end of April.
- Puppies Expected: Late June
- Size: Medium-large, ranging from 50 to 75 lbs.
- Colors: Liver/White
We have diligently incorporated the most consistently successful lines of dual-purpose dogs in the US and around the world to maintain the highest standards in all areas of the well-rounded GWP.
Ch Scotian White Christmas (Bing, CHIC# 139683) x
Ch Scotian JetSet’s Blowin in the Wind (Mary, CHIC# 137030)
This is a VERY exciting breeding for me. This combination brings together every one of my favorite dogs in the last 25 years. The breadth and depth of successful dogs represented in this pedigree is noteworthy. Not just that the individuals used in the breeding program achieved notoriety, but their siblings and cousins did as well. Seven generations of The Scotia Kennel’s best dogs, straight down the dam line from our foundation, Spook, Ch. Jet Set’s Ruff Cut Autumn Moon, JH. Carefully combined with linebred and outcrossed sires, our girls have consistently produced happy, healthy, good-looking, good-working family companions that excel in every discipline from horseback field trials to couch surfing, depending on your goals.
What is the CHIC Certification Program?
The OFA created the Canine Health Information Center (CHIC) by partnering with participating parent clubs to research and maintain information on the health issues prevalent in specific breeds. We’ve established a recommended protocol for breed-specific health screenings. Dogs tested in accordance with that protocol are recognized with a CHIC number and certification.
At OFA, we recognize that the more information stored and accessible in these databases, the better it will be for every breed. And so we encourage all breeders to attain CHIC Certification if their breed participates in the CHIC program.
A dog achieves CHIC Certification if it has been screened for every disease recommended by the parent club for that breed and those results are publicly available in the database. See the recommended screenings by breed.