TillyCongratulations to breeder Whirly Marshall in Ayrshire and her Scottish Deerhound bitch Tartraven Humla (Tilly) by Kenmilltri Jock and Tratraven Grimsay. Tilly gave birth to seven puppies on 16th October 2010. There are four boys and three girls. Cusidh Righ Innse Gall (Righ) is the father. Here's a photo of Tilly relaxing before the birth - just as well as there's not much time for that at the moment!

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Update: Every best wish to all the new owners of this litter. There are no more pups available.

We've recently received some products for the shop.

Banrigh, Righ and Rashie went for a seaside trip to Elie, Fife just before the SKC Championship show. Here are a few photos of the day. At the show the boys did well with Righ (Cusidh Righ Innse Gall) winning his fifth Championship Show first place in a row in Yearling Dog. His cousins Ronan (Cusidh Homecoming) and Rhymer (Cusidh Gaidhealtachd) were first and second respectively in Puppy Dog. Cusidh Caol Muile (Truly Scrumptious) who is owned by Alison Foote and Gordon Crossan was second in Yearling Bitch but most importantly Maggie (Cusidh Eilid) qualified for Crufts with a 3rd in Puppy Bitch.

Claire and Ian with Righ

Claire and Ian with Righ

Drawing Down the Moon to Cuidh at HomeBanrigh (Ch Drawing Down the Moon to Cusidh) receives her fourth CC, this time from Dr Sarah Helps at the Hound Association Show, Stafford, August 2010. Thank you everyone for your kind messages and well done Banrigh.

Banrigh's nephew and niece RIgh and Rashie both received firsts at the show in Yearling Dog and Yearling Bitch.

Picture shows Banrigh at home waiting for her tea.

Well Banrigh's BOB trophy from Crufts has arrived. It's amazing but does require a bigger house, but, don't worry we do take it back inside!

Lachie and Banrigh Banrigh and her Crufts BOB Trophy

Can Lachie fit into this cup?                                                                        Yes, he can! Or is he in the dog?