Standsure's Sin Sirche Du
Translated - Standsure's Blackest Elf
October 31, 2002 - December 3, 2018
My dark horse has flown home. He told me it was time.
As with his sister, I held him as he took his first breath, I held him as he took his last.
You will always be my little boy.
Spring x Spot
DofB - October 31, 2002
Black and White
Eyes - DNA Normal for CEA/CH CERF Clear
Elbows - WCVM Normal
Hips - WCVM Good
Jaymee carries for Red
I have collected off Jaymee for future possibilities.
NJC O-GC TN-E WV-N
Bronze Award of Merit
Achievements at Regional and National Championships:
AAC Regional Championships 16" Specials Division
2009 - 2nd Place
2010 - 2nd Place
2011 - 2nd Place
Regional and National Championships 16" Veterans Division
2012 Regional Championships - 2nd Place
2012 National Championships - 14th Place
Regional and National Championships 10" DD Veterans Division
2013 Regional Championahips - 2nd Place, with an impressive 618 points!
2013 National Championships - 7th Place
2014 Regional Championships - 3rd Place
2015 Regional Championships - 5th Place
Jaymee was a handsome lad with a wonderful, long, silky coat. He was absolutely stunning.
We used to call him "Kramer" as a puppy as he had these tufts of hair all over his head, down his back to his tail . . . and it stood straight up! Never in a million years could we have imagined how stunningly he would turn out!
He had a wonderful attitude, everyone was his new best friend. A good friend of mine described him as "Yimmers is a brand new, right off the assembly line soul. He has to experience everything!" This was such a great description of him.
Jimmers was always a very inquisitive nature. He was an awesome team player and really focused on what was being asked of him. He was a very honest little dog with the biggest heart in the world.
From the time he was born i so wanted to keep him, but also had fallen in love with his sister, Fia. Bless Darren's heart, he just told me to keep both of them, and I am so glad I did!
Distraction was a huge obstacle we had to overcome, but overcome it we did. He was trained in flyball, agility, obedience, rally o and works sheep.
His prey drive was VERY high, and he had a very intense eye.
He was a great little sheepdog to work with. He did lovely controlled walk ups and stayed with his stock nicely. He could get a bit pushy, but backed off nicely.
In a nutshell, he was a lovely lad to train and work with, and I always smiled when we were done training or playing together.