ANKC NO: 2100065525
Penrith (Western Sydney)
New South Wales, Australia
0422 369 962 Heather
0417 161 197 Mark
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Accountability – Registered Breeders are held accountable for the dog they breed by both ANKC bodies and their fellow Registered Breeder peers.

Predictability – Pedigree dogs have a more predictable nature, coat and type as they have been bred for 100s of years this way.

Research – ANKC Registered breeders have access to the latest health research associated with their breed. The “cross-bred vigour” is no longer relevant.

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  • Khole


Chocolate and Tan

Breed: Dachshund Miniature Smooth Haired

Registration Number: 2100477942

Sex: Female

DOB: 24/05/2017

Colour: Chocolate & Tan

Khloe is a stunning bitch with a smooth glossy coat. Her notable front assembly and gracious long neck help make her a standout from the crowd. Running your hands from the neck over her shoulders and into her beautiful topline, she is sleek, smooth, and well-sprung in the body. She has a lovely rear, could use more fullness in the rear legs and her front legs have minimal wrinkle. She has an attractive head and soft expression and not too much stop. Like most chocolates her ears could be set a little more forward and more length.






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Chocolate and Tan


Sarcoglycan Deficient Muscular Dystrophy (SDMD)

High-Moderate Risk. Affected otherwise seemingly healthy puppies tend to die without warning prior to 12 weeks. Clinical sign first noted is at about 6 months of age and can include exercise intolerance, stiffness, choking, and difficulties in eating. Due to muscle deterioration, it may involve relatively high treatment/management costs. The life expectancy of an affected dachshund is less than 2 years, though 8 years was recorded.

Clear by parentage

Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) Cord 1

Late-onset in dachshunds, it’s a collection of inherited diseases affecting the retina that causes blindness.  Generally, it presents with initial night blindness, with a slow deterioration of vision until the dog is completely blind. There is no pain associated with the disease.

Clear – DNA Certified

Sanfilippo Syndrome Type A / Mucopolysaccharidosis IIIA

Low-Moderate risk, affected dogs typically present around 3 years of age with neurologic deterioration. It does not generally affect life expectancy.

Clear – DNA Certified

Osteogenesis Imperfecta

Moderate risk. Affected dogs typically present between 3 to 4 weeks of age with pain, lameness, and fractures. Bones of affected dogs are thinner than normal, fracture easily, and do not heal properly. Other features of the disorder include loose joints and brittle teeth. Because of the severity of the disease, pups with OI are usually euthanized by 3 months of age.

Clear – DNA Certified

Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis (NCL)

Moderate risk and can cause significant impairment to balance and coordination and signs of discomfort in affected dachshunds.  It may involve relatively high treatment/management costs, and can sometimes reduce life expectancy.

Clear – DNA Certified


Low-Moderate risk. Colour dilution alopecia is a type of follicular dysplasia and only occurs when colour dilution is present. Affected animals are born with normal hair coats, but usually, signs will be seen between 6 months and 2 years of age, when the hair will begin to break, and patchy alopecia (hair loss) occurs. This usually starts on the back and will progress to widespread hair loss wherever there is light coloured hair. The skin becomes dry and scaly and is prone to infections. Hair that is lost will not grow back. Affected dogs are also susceptible to sunburn and cold. There is no cure for this condition.

Clear – DNA Certified


IVDD Backscoring

6 high-quality Spinal X-rays are taken during the age of 2-4 years. The X-rays are sent for review by a spinal analyst Dr. Alana Rosenblatt, University of Queensland.

The aim of X-ray screening for IVDD is to reduce the occurrence of herniations in future generations by breeding dogs that have low numbers of calcifications.

Dogs are given a score of (0-14), the lower the number.


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Hip Screening

Canine Hip Dysplasia (CHD) is the most common heritable orthopaedic problem seen in dogs. It affects virtually all breeds of dogs.


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Patellar Apprehension Test

Luxating patella (dislocated kneecap) — This condition only affects the rear legs, often seen in small breeds of dogs such as Yorkies, toy poodles, and dachshunds. By screening the parents it is less likely that their offspring are affected by slipping patellas.


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IVDD Backscoring

Eye examination of KC/BVA/ISDS


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  • 2019

    Ku-Ring-Gai Kennel Club (AM SHOW) (NSW)

    Award: Best of Breed

    Judge: Mr David Thorpe (NSW)

    Date: 25-May-2019

  • Ku-Ring-Gai Kennel Club (NSW)

    Award: Best of Breed

    Judge: Mrs Sylvia Brackman (NSW)

    Date: 26-May-2019

  • Dogs NSW Public Relations Committee (NSW)

    Award: Best of Breed

    Judge: Mrs Pauline Hartwell (NSW)

    Date: 15-Jun-2019

  • Penrith Kennel & Obedience Club Inc (PM SHOW) (NSW)

    Award: Open Class of Breed

    Judge: Mr John Sheppard (NSW)

    Date: 6-Jul-2019

  • 2018

    Bay City All Breeds Kennel Club (AM SHOW) (NSW)

    Award: Open Class of Breed

    Judge: Mrs Robyn Wallis (VIC)

    Date: 11-Aug-2018

  • Bay City All Breeds Kennel Club (PM SHOW) (NSW)

    Award: Open Class of Breed

    Judge: Mr Mick Wilkinson (VIC)

    Date: 11-Aug-2018

  • Bay City All Breeds Kennel Club (NSW)

    Award: Open Class of Breed

    Judge: Mrs Barbara Balaam (QLD)

    Date: 12-Aug-2018

  • 2017

    Blacktown Kennel & Training Club Inc (NSW)

    Award: Baby of Breed

    Judge: Ms Julie O'Flynn (NSW)

    Date: 9-Sep-2017

  • Blacktown Kennel & Training Club Inc (NSW)

    Award: Baby of Breed

    Judge: Ms Judith Docksey (NSW)

    Date: 10-Sep-2017

  • Blaxland Glenbrook RSL & Citizens Kennel & Training Club Inc (NSW)

    Award: Baby of Breed

    Judge: Mrs Peta Weber (NSW)

    Date: 28-Oct-2017

A conformation show, also referred to as a breed show, is where judge familiar with a specific dog breed evaluates individual purebred dogs for how well the dogs conform to the established breed type for their breed, as described in a breed’s individual breed standard.


Why show?

Many Reason. Showing is a great way to meet and socialise with people who also love dogs. It’s a picnic type setting outdoors where you can get dress up, spend time and show off your dog. The shows are also useful to breeders as a means of evaluating dogs for breeding purposes. It is also a great way of looking for potential studs. Not all people who show their dogs are breeders.


Can I enter my Dachshund?

Dogs 12 weeks of age or older and MAINS registered with the ANKC are eligible to participate in conformation events, as are spayed and neutered dogs. Dogs are taken into the show ring by their owner or handler and who have current membership with a ANKC state body, such as DOGS NSW. There are a number of website dedicated to show entries. I would recommend contacting your local breed club or state body and asking for assistance given your location.


Where does it happen?

Check the Gazette section of your state bodies magazine, or online entry sites. Dog shows occur in every state including regional towns and held typically at a show ground.

In Sydney, there are a number of shows held each weekend at the Bill Spilstead Complex for Canine Affairs, 44 Luddenham Road, Orchard Hills. If a show is on, you can’t miss the 500-1500 dogs there on the day, hounds are in ring 4 (or ring 2).

Download the about DOGS ‘a SHOWS booklets by DOGS VIC