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Males: Our Past Champions > Connor

CH R And G's First Knight                                                                               Sire: CH Rosend's Key Largo, SOM                                                                Dam: CH R And G's Diamond Lil, DOM                                                          DOB: July 23, 2004 - DOD: December 28, 2010                                        Owner: Ann Bowers and Gayann Jones                                    

Connor finished his Championship in short order with Kimberlie Steele on the end of his lead!

He has a pleasing expression with with dark eyes and double dark haws. His bite is tight and wide and he is throwing this same bite in his get. He is producing some lovely puppies.

He has a long arching neck that  flows smooth over his shoulders and into his nice short back and high tail set. He has nice forechest and depth of chest. His movement is effortless and ground covering.

Connor has been SAS cleared by Dr. Whit M. Church, DVM, DACVIM, Board Certified Cardiologist, in Gilbert, Arizona, and additionally passed his holter monitor and has a normal thyroid.

Connor sired 3 Champions:

CH R And G's Troubadour

CH Fanfare Delta Lady

GCH R And G's Wild Knight


It is with a heavy heart and sobbing tears I write this tribute to our beautiful boy Connor. Connor was taken from us much to soon due to a ruptured hemangiosarcoma tumor on his spleen. This is the most common and feared cancer in our breed and can occur suddenly and at any age. It is often mistaken for cardiomyapathy because it can be a very sudden and unexpected death. Connor never showed signs of being sick in-fact he was bouncing around flirting with the girls and playing with my husband and I just minutes before his collapse. Connor was truly one of the "Greats", a once in a lifetime dog. His time on earth was short but he left us with an unforgettable impression. Connor's life was shared with our dear friend and owner Ann Bowers whom he loved, cherished, and protected. He was the best boxer in the world and will be sorely missed. Rest In Peace sweet gentle boy.








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