SCH, DKCH, DkJW-13, SJW-13, NJW-13 Sweetax Up to U (K1*)

(Dk,S,Rus,CIE,CIB CH Absent Iz Imperii Inez - DkCh, SCH, NCh, NordCH, IntCh, KbhV-08, KbhV-09 Sweetax Kiss me Kate)

 

DKCH,SCH Sweetax Sixten Sparre (K3*)

(Vestminister Villis- DkCh,SCH, NCh, NordCH, EstCH, IntCh, KbhV08, KbhV09 Sweetax Kiss me Kate) co owned with Lars Riis Jörgensen                  

  

 

NJW-14, NordJW-14 Baltiyskiy Talisman Indiana Jones

(MultiCH, MultiW, WW-14 Mariss Piar-MulitCh Lekoll Bobbi Sharm Ey Net Ravnyh)

co owned with Matthew Flowers UK  

 

 

 

SCH, DKCH Zimerbude Zar (K0*)

Magik Rainbow Jigolo - Magik Rainbow Yasno Solnyshko) co-owner kennel Trajens

 

     

 

Sch,Dkch,NOch,NordCh,SVch,CIB,KBHV-09,SV-10,WW-12,HelW-12 Lisego Nosa Tsarevichse (K1*)

(Germandachs Newland - Lisego Nosa E E E Hali Gali) co owner Kennel K'KE Asterias

 

* In Denmark, Norway and Finland, there has been a spinal x-ray program for many years with the intent of minimizing the high proportion of disc herniation in dachshunds. The dog should have its spinal column x-rayed once in a dog's life at the age of 2 - 4 years to determine the number of calcifications in the spine. Research has proven that the number of calcifications is very hereditary. A large number of calcifications gives a higher risk of disc herniation than few calcifications; therefore should breeding be focused on using dogs with few or no calcifications. This is substantiated by several major research projects in this area. Even if a dog does not himself become affected by disc herniation, he may still be an inappropriate breeding dog because of numerous calcifications. A dog with disc herniation may still have offspring that are worth using for breeding purposes if they themselves have few calcifications.