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On this page JUTONE & FELSENTAL are proud to present some of the youngsters that we hope will do well on the show circuit. It will also give the visitor some idea of the quality of our breeding.

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We are pleased to introduce our latest show prospects. A son and daughter of Felsental Hussar (Boris) and Champion Conbhairean Erika vom Felsental ('rika). Above is Felsental Easy called Easy (probably not to be shouted out loud if she wins!). Below is Felsental Ensign called Simon (don't ask me why, we just liked the name!). They are a combination of their parents good looks and outgoing spirit and we have high hopes for them.

Felsental Ensign

Within two weeks of Erika and Yupp's litter being born we had a second litter born in August 2014 to Felsental Hussar (Boris, Lucy's sire) and Felsental Florence. We had arranged for one of the bitches to go to a show home on terms but this fell through and she stayed with us. She is called Felsental Floosy and we have now caught up with her show training. Her first show was Heads of the Valley Championship Show at the end of June. Her lack of experience showed a little but she was still placed 2nd in a strong Puppy Bitch class, expertly handled by Andrew Connolly. We have very high hopes for her future!

Floosy gaiting with Andrew.

Thanks to Katrina Stevens for letting us use the pictures.

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We are a little short of pictures of our babies at the moment. Erika's litter to British Sieger and British Champion Yupp vom Hammelsbacher Hof are progressing well and have been to their first show. The only pictures we have are of the longcoat brother Felsental Endeavour "Morse". People laughed at his first picture with his pink toy so we took a second with his grown-up ball. We have just added a picture of Morse all grown up at 2 years old (and a new pink toy!!)

Morse at 3 months

Morse at 7 months

Morse at 2 years