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In 2010-2011, Aviator partnered with Victor Malzoni, Jr. of Hampton Court Kennels and Jerson Valle in San Paulo, Brazil to promote and highlight GCH Aviators Luck Be A Lady “Ladybug”. Ladybug’s outstanding success helped promote Portuguese Water Dogs and help more people understand what a wonderful breed this can be. We want to thanks and acknowledge the tremendous support from Victor and Jersen who also have some of the best terriers in the world; their latest win being winning the group at Crufts in England in 2011. We also want to thank Paul and Judy Archambeau of Bela Vista Kennel, Santa Rosa, California and Matthew Davis and Bill Waters of Asta PWDs in Reno, Nevada for their outstanding support of “Team Ladybug”.

Aviator Kennel has placed dogs all over the world. In 2010, we shipped “Inda” and “Ozzy” to Australia after they finished their American AKC Championships. They achieved their Australian Championships in 2010 and will be part of a new breeding program in that country. In addition, CH “Tucker” after finishing his American Championship went home to Victoria, BC and became a Canadian Champion. Tucker lives with Hugh and Lisa Gordon.

In 2010, GCH “Dickie” produced his first litter in Germany and is now back home in Granite Bay, California. In 2011, Dickie sired two new German champions. McCloud” spent two years in South Africa doing land mine research for the government and then returned to Aviator Kennel where he is GCH “Anchor’s chief lieutenant.

In 2005-2006 Sixty Minutes, the Today Show and Animal Planet highlighted CH “Isabelle”, an Aviator PWD as one of the best scent detectors for several cancers. This program originated in Cambridge University in England and is also being used at the University of Georgia and the Pine Street Foundation in Marin County, California. These dogs have been trained to detect several different types of cancer in early stage. Several articles have described this amazing process in more detail as they seek to develop devices that can mimic the dog’s sense of smell. Isabelle now lives in Berkeley, California with her family.

When we were breeding Dalmatians, we bred two litters with our own line-breed bitches to imported dogs from Brazil and Holland. By introducing gene pools from outside the United States, we hoped to open up pedigrees, getting away from the “fad” stud dogs. Our hope was to reduce health risks in Dalmatians and offer fellow breeders options to open up their pedigrees. The dogs from these litters have been outstanding in terms of health, temperament and conformation


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