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Elicia

Caviar is a small kennel, but my kennel name, is behind hundreds of Am. champions and many, ROM’s. Come visit my Pedigree and find out if Caviar is behind your dog.

Second bi-blue in American History

Champ. Tonie (group 3) dog behind the dogs

Caviar has always been a maverick kennel. Achieving many firsts for the breed. Our very first Am/Can Champion was a bi-blue bitch. Nobody showed bi-blues in the seventies. All the breeders that I knew at the time told me to sale her as a pet because I was told she would never be put up for points because she was a bi. I knew she was a quality dog so I insisted on her being sold for show only. She proved everyone wrong by not only winning neck and neck with the other bi-blue Am. Champion who was put down in the record books as the first bi-blue ever in American History. My dog finished only two months later as the second one to finish. She also garnered multiple group wins on her way to her title. This was just unheard of. It was out of the working group before the working group was split into two groups as we have today called the herding and the working group. She was so well known that many show people used her and her progeny to produce hundreds of American Champions of today. She helped break it for the bi’s to be able to win in the ring.


sable merles

I also showed sable merles and won several first places with them. I also dared to show a sable merle at the ASSA National decades ago. There were many raised eyebrows at the time, and many controversial conversations about it. Now there are quite a few sable merle champions.

color-headed whites

Certified Therapy Dog Blanca Noblese Bi Desire

I also broke it for the color-headed whites to be able to get titles at the International shows. I had been showing and winning with bi’s at their shows when I decided their standard did not say whites were excluded. Therefore I took a chance and showed a color-headed white. Many of the judges tried to kick me out of the ring but I argued with them to read their standard. They all got together and argued over it and then allowed me to show my dog. They didn’t give me my championship but I broke it for the color-heade whites and now many are International Champions. I also had a color-headed white dog that placed at a large sheltie specialty over other normal colored dogs. Yep, he actually took a ribbon for third place over other dogs. That is a no, no, according to the American standard but my dog achieved it.

It is my honor to be the breeder of "Caviar Bi Winter Skies." This is the dog Cheryl Anderson, sheltie judge, uses as the example to breed for when breeding for proper movement in the sheltie, both on her web-site and in her judging seminars.

Caviar Bi Winter Skies

Caviar Bi Winter Skies, is the mother of
Am/Can/Int. Champ. Legend

she is the grandmother of
Am/Can Ch. Chadwick’s Champagne’N Roses

she is the great grandmother of
Am/Can/Int. Champ. Cherden Power Sequent
Can. Ch. Madselin Blackout
Can. Ch. Madselin Stardust

Clarissa in Lap

Editor of Jr. Handling Column

I have also written many articles for magazines. Many years ago I wrote the only Jr. Handling column. It was probably the very first column in a national sheltie magazine that was exclusively written for the Jr. Handlers. Now most breed magazines have a Jr. Handling columns included in them.

Training others

I have been the conformation handling instructor at several places including (Paws-a-bility, and community centers), and have also trained obedience classes at many of the same places. Some of my students took Best In Show at their specialty shows, so I must have been a good instructor.

worked for clubs

Other things I have done for the breed is to help put on dog shows, take in applications, set up rings, take down rings, help put on judging seminars, help put on herding seminars and even judged at a sanctioned match in which I judged three different breeds including 40 shelties.

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Awards Achieved

Best of Breed International Dog Show of America
July 10, 2010
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Best In Sweeps
October 15, 1988
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Best of Breed
July 11, 2010
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Latest News

AM. CHAMP. SHOW BIZ CHEER UP LENNY
(December 26, 2016)

Bell has been sold
(August 16, 2016)

It is now AMERICAN CHAMPION "Felicity Mirror, Mirror
(May 19, 2016)

Here are some random photos from our Gallery

Am. Ch. Kismet's Diamond's Are Forever AX OAJ, granddaughter of Caviar's Shasta Daisy
Am/Can Ch. Cherden Sock It To'Em CD
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Mult. BISS Bronze GCH Mystique Wikked Pursuit, grandson
Am. Ch. Atwater's Kismet Ardon AX AXJ, gr. gr. grandson of ''Shasta''
little sable merle with owner's son
Yes another flag bravely waving, we have them everywhere.
Am. Ch. Banchory The Cornerstone (a Peter son)
Pictures of trophys won
Int. Caviar's Cascading Dominoes (multiple group wins)
Cherden Blackhawk
Int. Ch. Caviars Whose Your Daddy Am. Pts.
MACH Ch. Lockehill Lady Elizabeth Bronte, granddaughter of Dustin
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