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From Rod and Pilar:
“We enjoy living with our dogs in our home, grooming them, showing them and occasionally breeding a litter to help preserve the breeds dearest to our hearts.
If you’d like to know more about us, our dogs, or would like to inquire about a future possible Scottie puppy, please send us an email by using the Contact Us form.”
Located in Southern California
Members of the STCC and the STCA
In 1995, Rod was given a four month old Scottie puppy he named Mollie that started his love affair with the breed. Upon moving to Indianapolis for work in 1996, he met several Scottish Terrier breeders who introduced him to Tom, Charla, and Kari Hill of Charthill Kennels in South Carolina.
When he picked out his first show dog, Cooper, it fueled his love of the breed further and he set about learning how to groom and show the Scottish Terrier. Rod and Cooper accomplished 115 Best of Breed wins and 5 Terrier Group wins and 39 group placements. Since then, Rod has put championships on many Scotties whether he bred them or showed them for other people.
Quite skilled in the world of animal husbandry, breeding quality Scotties came naturally to Rod. When he met Pilar in 2008, they embarked on planning future litters together and have successfully bred litters combining bloodlines from Charthill, Arabella, Millingford, and Ayrzol Scottish Terriers.
In January of 2014, Rod and Pilar imported a young male from Belarus with Ayrzol and Millingford bloodlines named Bomond for their breeding program. They have thankfully welcomed two litters sired by Bomond in 2015 and one in 2016. Bomond's first litter sired in the United States gave Rod and Pilar four generations of Bravo Scotties under one roof.
If you're interested in possibly owning a Bravo Scottish Terrier some day, please visit the Contact page and fill out the form. They last welcomed a litter on July 7, 2018 of 4 (2 girls and 2 boys) out of Chicory and are currently planning to try for one to three litters in 2019.
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