Lhasa Apso Breeders
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Aims of the Roucandane Kennels:-
To safeguard the welfare of the breed as a whole
and assist anyone who needs help or advice on any
matter in regard to the health and wellbeing of their
To breed quality Great Danes of sound constitution,
good temperament and true breed type.
To improve the overall quality of the line with each
To try to ensure wherever possible that all hereditary
and genetic defects are avoided.
To care for and assist in the long term welfare of
each and every puppy bred in these kennels.
All of our puppies .... (click to read more)
Current Health Tests
Our dogs have been a significant part of family life for the last 20 years.
We bought our first 'show' dog in 1996, and since then, although we only show as a hobby, have been fortunate enough to have bred 2 pointers that have attained their stud book numbers, and attained stud book numbers with a further 4 dogs.
We were fortunate to have a fantastic vizsla join us in 2006, MY 'once in a lifetime dog' called Stanegate Sheila's Wheels, our whirlwind introduction to the breed of Hungarian Vizslas.
We thank Judith Carruthers (Stanegate) for letting us have her and .... (click to read more)
My interest in Great Danes started when I was a child and I bought my first one 43 years ago, a harlequin. I took her around the shows and was hooked. I eventualy had a litter from her then successfuly campaigned and bred harlequins, about 5 years later introduced fawns then brindles.
Since then I have campaigned 11 Danes to their title. I have been awarded 58 CC's and numerous RCC's with homebred Danes to date. Two of the most well known dogs being Ch. Arondyke Arnold the Bouncer (brindle) and Ch. Arondyke Against All Odds (fawn) who have left their mark and can be found behind many .... (click to read more)
Mum and I have been breeding and showing Lhasa Apsos for over 10 years. We breed occasional litters from sound health tested stock.
Our dogs are pet dogs first and foremost, they're kept in the house and our puppies are home reared.
Mrs Jaki Brown & Mr Colin Brown
Julie & John Caswell
Current Health Tests
Although we are relatively new to breeding and showing lhasa apso's,we are extremely happy that our paths crossed with two rescue lhasa's which we helped rehome to a relative 3 years ago ,we were instantly won over by their characters and temperment and have been mesmerised with them ever since.
We acquired our first bitch not long after this encounter ,and she has become a loving family pet and a great mother to her pups.
We now also have a male dog ,who has just started out in the show ring and is learning fast,and is teaching our teenage daughter the ropes, as well as ourselves
We .... (click to read more)
Miss Margo Howatson
All my dogs are my babies and are very much included in the family, where ever we go we've usually got them with us.
I have my Lhasa Apso for stud, he has produced two litters, which were all very happy and healthy pups. All the new owners have complimented the temeperment, health and condition of the pups.
I frequently get compliments on the fathers big eyes that melt the hearts of most.
He is a real character and very loving.
All my dogs have a great personality, are very gentle and have a great temperament.
My husky has her Pets As Therapy pass. She's a fantastic .... (click to read more)
Clanhallies Mr A & Mrs C Halliburton Earlston Berwickshire
Braeview D & A Craig Kilbirnie North Ayrshire
Ms G Blake Dundee Perthshire/Kinross
Miss Lynn Bonnes Shotts Lanarkshire
Mr B.Kostiw & Mr D Mitchell Edinburgh Lothian
Twobytu Conrad Macandie Cumbernauld Lanarkshire
Elisabeth Farrell Coalburn South Lanarkshire
Kristy Farrell & Christopher Tomkins Coalburn South Lanarkshire
Kirsty Muir Dundee Tayside
Mooncharm Lad Melissa Mitchell Glasgow North Lanarkshir
Mitchella Miss P Hughes Peterhead Aberdeenshire
Susan and Stephen Duncan Linlithgow West Lothian
Spyanki K A Mccosh & C Logan Wishaw Lanarkshire