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VJP 68, HZP 193 O.SPUR, VGP 321-I ÜF

Binna comes to us from Nikolay Nedelchev’s vom Tangra kennel in Pazardjik, Bulgaria.  

Binna is a solid liver bitch with white chest.  Binna has all the furnishings you expect in a wire but with a correct, close lying body coat. She is HD-frei and OCD-frei health tested in the German system.  More health testing to come after she weans her current litter.  Her full brother, Alekzander vom Tangra is CHIC health tested - Clear.

Binna is an excellent mother and has no problems with strangers around her babies.  We had a houseful of guests when her babies were just a few weeks old and she was happy to let everyone see the puppies.  Very proud mother.

She loves to fetch, has a very strong point, and has a great work ethic.  Jack had a great time getting her into the field on the 2015 annual fall hunting trip!

Ilex vom Fuchsberg VJP, HZP, VGP 316-II

Gero vom IV Donaueck VJP, HZP, VGP 331-I TF

Ero II v.d. Wupperaue VJP, HZP, VGP 336-I

Vini vom Donaueck VJP, HZP, VGP 348-I

Bea vom Fuchsberg VJP, HZP, VGP 334-1

Olaf vom Richthof VJP, HZP, VGP 334-I TF

Biene III v. Wächtersbach VJP, HZP, VGP 334-I ÜF

Glori vom Fuchsberg VJP, HZP, VGP 316-II ÜF

Watz vom Stadtgraben VJP, HZP, VGP 348-I ÜF, 2nd HGW ‘06

Brisko v. Erthal VJP, HZP, VGP 334-I ÜF, 2nd HGW ‘04, Best Male HGW ‘04

Quilla vom Stadtgraben VJP, HZP, VGP-I, 1st HGW ‘00

Amsel vom Fuchsberg VJP, HZP, VGP 318-I ÜF

Zorro vom Rödlberg

Biene III v. Wächtersbach VJP, HZP, VGP 334-I ÜF

Binna’s Pedigree


Germany (Hips):  HD-frei

Germany:  OCD-frei

US (OFA) Health tests coming soon.


Inverness Kennels Litter G - August 7th, 2015

Inverness Kennels Litter J - October 5th, 2016

Binna with breeder Nikolay Nedelchev hunting in Bulgaria.

Jack Myles took Binna on the 2015 Fall Hunting Trip, Binna’s first trip here in the US.  These were his comments from the trip on hunting with Binna:

“It was the first trip for Binna, a bitch we imported from Europe.  She did a beautiful job.  An experienced hunter she had no problem learning how to work pheasants and Sharptails in the United States. In a CRP field she pointed a rooster that I dropped about 25 yards out.  Binna ran to the spot, hesitated for a second and took off running.  I was a bit surprised as I thought I hit the bird hard.  After a few seconds, she was over 150 yards out going away, and I was getting concerned - thinking about using the e-collar, when her head went down and came up with the bird.  Directly back to me, I had a still live rooster in my hand.”