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Name : Katherine Wishart

Town : Cranbourne, VIC

Phone : 0449 508 884/ 0402 214 253

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Breeding quality liver and whites and solid liver German Shorthaired Pointers. Newest addition is a black and white German Shorthaired Pointer. Breeding show dogs for 39 years but have adopted German Shorthaired Pointers as my breed of choice.

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Prefix : ARENDT (Basset Fauve de Bretagne)

We started in Fauves for our son Lachlan. We have now imported 5 dogs from Denmark- Sup Ch Sverdrups Yvon, Ireland and Portugal.
Hagen our first import from Denmark has set all the breed records in Australia. He was the first fauve to win a Best in Group and then went onto to win Runner Up in Show!
We are now committed to improving and promoting this breed in Australia and have imported dogs from Ireland, Denmark and Portugal. We have imported and committed to starting Fauves in New Zealand with our lastest import arriving in New Zealand in April. Hopefully New Zealand will have their first litter of Fauves later this year.
Our first litter from Hagen has arrived and his daugther Dee Dee (Arendt Danish Delight) is already a multiple in group and show winner!
Hagen is the first fauve in Australia to win a Best in Show and now his son Arendt Great Balls of Fire is the only other fauve to win a Best in Show! There are only a handful of fauves in the world that have won a Best in Show so we are delighted to have 2 in our kennels.
Hagen is also the first and only fauve to be awarded Supreme Champion!
We welcome enquiries for pet and show homes.

Next Litter Planned: Unknown

Prefix : ARENDT (German Shorthaired Pointer)

Started in the breed in 1996 after being involved in lots of other breeds. My first GSP was a solid liver from Queensland.
We breed all colors but mostly brown and whites and solid browns.
Home of Aust Ch Woodwych Harry Who and Trupoint Cant Touch This (AI) from Sire VJK-Myst Sterling of Barleyarch (USA).
Puppy enquiries welcome.

Next Litter Planned: Unknown

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