Julie Wright

Julie Wright
38 High Street
Menai Bridge
Anglesey
LL59 5EF
Wales
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01248 717974
jayaitchdoubleu@yahoo.com

Breeders of:

  • German Shepherd Dog
  • French Bulldog

I bred, trained & showed GSDs for over 20 years on the continent, and adhere strongly to the breed standards laid out by the SV in Germany, including character, health & colour specifications. My current 2 dogs were both bred by me from French, Belgian and German bloodlines. Whilst in France, I fell in love with the 'bouledogue francais' and my present bitch is not only of excellent French and Belgian bloodlines, but exhibits the European type. My boy is a pure product of the French Bulldog 'made in the UK'.

Fine v.Siegergarten

Fine v.Siegergarten

photo by: Julie Wright

Finn vom Siegergarten, my gentle giant. He's a big lad, at the breed standard's maximum height (65cm) but is a big softy at heart- although he guards very well, having had the initial aptitude training & tests on the continent before being recommended for breeding. His hips & elbows were tested in France and are sound.
Finn has already sired several litters of big boned, deeply pigmented pups with firm, steady characters.
Finn is of direct paternal descendence via Rikkor BadBoll from the world champion Ulk Arett, himself the only male champion descending from Uran Wildsteigerland, possibly the most influential tracer produced. On his mother's side, he also carries Ghandi Arlett.

Gaia vom Siegergarten

Gaia vom Siegergarten

photo by: Julie Wright

Gaia vom Siegergarten is the ideal size for bitches (58cm) and of beautiful type with ample, elegant movement. She's playful, tireless and a brilliant defense bitch, having worked well on both sleeve and trousers. At home, though, she's a real couch potato!
She has small litters of substantial, well pigmented pups with impeccable characters. Like Finn, she was hip & elbow tested in France and has perfect scores.
Her bloodlines carry some great world champions/Auslese such as Zamb & Cello Wienerau, Uran Wildsteigerland, Dux Valcuvia and Ghandi Arlett.

Fripouille a.k.a. Blanche

Fripouille a.k.a. Blanche

photo by: Julie Wright

Fripouille des Brumes de la Vallee du Cher (known as Blanche Cochonne) is a lovely dark brindle and white "caille" colour. (Caille is how dogs showing any white are known, according to the french standard.) There will be no traces of blue, chocolate, cream, lilac or black and tan in her as these are not recognised in the breed standard.
Blanche is very affectionate and playful & loves walking round town, meeting everyone. She's become quite popular hereabouts!

Dougie Boy a.k.a. Gucci

Dougie Boy a.k.a. Gucci

photo by: Julie Wright

Dougie Boy is my only dog not brought in from France. He's fawn and white, although the fawn patches on his back are quite pale. He's a lovely compact, stocky build without excessive facial folds.
He carries the cream gene (unsurprisingly!) and should sire lovely pups, depending on his fiancee.
He has a gorgeous temperament, is very affectionate and calm, although when he's out & about, loves a gallop & frolic!

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