Tine Drost

Tine Drost
17 Lakeside Drive
Derby
Derbyshire
DE23 3US
England
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tinebadh@aol.com
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Owners of:

  • Hungarian Vizsla
Kenquartz Russet Moon (Troy)

Kenquartz Russet Moon (Troy)

photo by: Tine Drost

His famous line of pedigree (Chulak, Nevedith and Bournehouse just to mention a few) has Champions in abundance - Gt Gt Granddad: Sh Ch Nevedith Star of Nazareth - 3cc's + 6 RCC's. He is descendant of a long line of champion bloodline.

Kenquartz Russet Moon (Troy)

Kenquartz Russet Moon (Troy)

photo by: Tine Drost

He has been used a number of times with all offspring healthy and showing no kinks in their tails. He has a 100% success rate on his first attempt.
Troy ties unaided and very fast.
Troy is a very fit, well proportioned, lean, muscular dog with a beautiful rich, super soft, top quality, russet coloured coat. He has lovely proportions, perfectly formed feet and those lovely skull ridge and creases, creating this wonderful expression that Vizslas are so famous for, but often lack these days.

Kenquartz Russet Moon (Troy)

Kenquartz Russet Moon (Troy)

photo by: Tine Drost

I offer you my support through the pregnancy and take the stud responsibility very seriously. Please ensure that your bitch has been health tested, has a sound temperament and is at least 2 yrs old at the time of her 1st mating. Looking forward to hearing from you.

Kenquartz Russet Moon (Troy)

Kenquartz Russet Moon (Troy)

photo by: Tine Drost

IMPORTANT breeding information supported by the two UK breed associations HVC and HVS.
Topic: VIP (Vizsla Inflammatory Polymyopathy) is a breed specific Polymyopathy (muscle disorder) that has now been recognised. There are now over 70 VIP affected Vizslas and the Vizslas affected today are only the tip of the iceberg!
You can make a difference: The research team is doing their best to develop a test to contain and eradicate this genetic disorder but they need your help. As a conscientious breeder, it is recommended that you take contact to the research team to allow your Vizsla to take part in this important research. They will also be able to tell you if any Vizsla from your bitch’s/dog’s predecessors is related to a known VIP carrier.
Recommended: As a breeder, and as part of your Vizsla’s health check you are welcome to take contact to the research team who holds a database of all known VIP sources. I did this immediately to ensure that my stud dog Troy (Kenquartz Russett Moon) is not known to be linked to any Vizslas with VIP. As a responsible stud owner, I think it is imperative to support any research that will help keep the Vizsla breed healthy and I hope that you will agree with me that doing ours to produce as healthy Vizslas for the future as possible is and should be our main focus.
Please read more here about VIP and how you can support the research:
http://www.vizslahealth.net/

Troy (Kenquartz Russet Moon) KC registered and presents with a low HipScore of 4/4. Proven Sire.
Troy is an extremely gentle, obedient and intelligent dog. He is a good communicator and it is very easy to read and understand him which in return keeps him a content dog.
He is an dedicated swimmer and takes a keen interest in the birds and deer he comes across but is easily recalled when needed.

Other details:
Height at withers: 24 inches
Weight: 25 kg
Hip score: 4/4

DNA tested SS clear of long hair gene Result dated: 17.8.16
HipScore: 4/4
He has had no health issues and is up to date with all vaccinations. Heart Checked - no issues.
The Kennel Club, Certificate of DNA profiling. Issue date: 29/04/2016

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