Trojh's Patent Pending
Yes is a fun, loving dog. He is shamelessly handsome and his devotion to Krystal and is happiest when he gets to go anywhere Krystal goes. Preferably sitting in the front seat!
Yes finished his Championship quickly. He was undefeated in the classes and acquired a couple BIG wins along the way.
Multiple Best Puppy In Show wins
Multiple Group Winner
Multiple Group Placer
Specialty BOB wins
Canadian Grand Championship in 1 weekend
We look forward to what Fall 2020 Brings to Yes and Krystal. Watch for updates!
Ocoee Wild for the Night
Randy is my start with good - wait - GREAT - dogs! My love for Ocoee dogs started through my facebook friendship with Melanie King.
Already owned by an English Springer Spaniel, but wanting to change directions with pedigrees, I reached out to Melanie inquiring about her upcoming litters.
About a year after my inquiry, Randy was picked for me and my journey with him began.
He has been a wonderful addition and with thanks to him, my love for Springers has grown and I am where I am today because of him.
Randy doesn't love showing. Once he finished his Championship, we decided he could enjoy life at home and hiking with us through our local conservation area.
He gets so excited when we pull into Allan Park. The barking doesn't stop until we open his door!
Daniel was the first puppy from his litter to finish. Doing so quickly, he finished in 2 weekends with a nice Best of Breed win under Spaniel judge Virginia Lyne and a cut in the adult group under Mrs. Marith Kipp!
Like Yes, Daniel is sired by AmGrCh Ocoee It Figures! x Ch Trojh n Pawmarc Buy a Girl a Drink.
Daniel will be back out for his Grand Championship points in Fall 2020!
Trojh's But First, Cocktails!
From the moment she was born we knew Chalice was something special. Of course, we had to wait until 9 weeks to make our final decisions but all along we anticipated that she'd be our keeper!
The forgotten sister while her brothers and sister Sadie shone in the ring, Chalice grew up and got ready for her debut.
We decided to enter her in Sault Ste Marie a couple weeks after turning One, and she surprised us by winning all 9 points to be had in the classes!
Shortly thereafter, she finished at Barrie Kennel Club the first day and got to enjoy her long weekend at home.
We await clearances on Chalice in May and pending clearances plan to breed her Fall 2020.
Trojh n Pawmarc Buy a Girl a Drink
Stella is from my first homebred litter. She would not have been possible without the generosity of Pat Wilaby of Pawmarc English Springer Spaniels in Blaine, Washington.
Pat and I were talking one day when I told her I was on a list for a puppy bitch. Knowing my intent was to start my own line, Pat graciously offered to lease "Nala" GoldMtn n Pawmarc Pillow Talk to me. I accepted on condition that she would stay on as a leasee and we'd co-breed my litter together.
Pat sent me Nala and we decided to breed her to ESSpecial Moonlite Express via TCI. Three puppies resulted in the breeding - a liver/white male and female and a black/white bitch. That black/white bitch would grow up to be Stella!
Stella finished her Championship in 3 weekends. Grand Ch. wasn't quite popular at the time so we decided to forego it.
She has been bred 3 times and as the mother of Yes, Dan, Chalice, Sadie, Switch and Greta it's safe to say that she has been a great influence on what we have here today at Trojh!
In Loving Memory
Trojh's How Dare You!
Greta was our super affectionate, lovable girl! Always underfoot, she fit in perfectly in our home!
Greta came from a super litter. It was actually one of the hardest litters to let puppies leave to new homes in. There were easily 3 girls that could have stayed at Trojh forever. But she was the one. She practically begged to stay - cough cough - she was VOCAL!
With a face like hers, there was no denying it!
Greta was supposed to debut this Spring after Switch, but given the circumstances with Covid-19, it simply didn't happen.
In August 2020, we lost Greta to IMHA. We all miss her so much!
Trojh's Turn On The Lights
Switch was from our Whoops litter and I had planned on placing him in a wonderful pet home. In fact, he had a wonderful home that backed out and boy was I glad they did!
This boy was so light on his feet. He moved effortlessly - with a tail set and croup not often seen anymore!
His easy going but goofy personality made him a joy to be around. He never met a stranger and he loved to get a treat or two, too.
At his show debut in March 2020 Switch was Best of Breed over a Champion twice and he acquired 6 of the 10 Championship points towards his Canadian Championship.
In May, we lost Switch to GDV (bloat) on our way to the Emergency Vet Clinic in Guelph. It was a heartbreaking loss for our family and we're missing Switch and his antics around our home.