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Where We’re Going

At The Scotia Kennel, we don’t breed often. The litters we produce are designed to create good-looking, good-working, happy, healthy family companions.

Our two planned litters for 2018 are both exciting and sad. Two of our girls were bred via frozen semen to bring the past to life.

Taylor on her way to WB at the 2014 GWPCA National Specialty

Taylor on her way to WB at the 2014 GWPCA National Specialty

Taylor, Ch. Scotian Red Sparks Fly (winner of the GWPCA 2015 Dual Futurity Award) was bred to Wink, Ch. Weidenhugel PGs Ice, JH (who was born in 1998). From that mating we delivered only one puppy, Lander, Scotian Feels Like the First Time.

Ch. Inverness Scotian Envy finishing her championship with my assistant, Matthew "George" Mueller handling.

Ch. Inverness Scotian Envy finishing her championship with my assistant, Matthew “George” Mueller handling.

Ethel, Ch. Inverness Scotian Envy was bred to Snooker, BISS Am/Can Ch Aimn Hi Scotian Color Of Money FDJ, UPT, UT, who passed over the Bridge when the one resulting puppy, Journey, Scotian Raised on Radio at Inverness, was less than two months old.