CH Bruda Catch A Rising Star - Rudolph  ...aka  Rudy

CH Bruda The Artist is Savannah x CH Cambria's Out For Justice

Rudy is a vWD carrier and #7 Red (bbDd) 

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Rudy.  Born on November 15, 2011.

 

I contacted Sandra Hunter of Bruda Dobermans in Chicago, and I was lucky enough to get one of the two show males she had held back.  I named him Rudolph, as I got him just after Christmas, and as he is red and looks like a reindeer.  

 

Rudy was to be my first 'show' dog and boy did he teach me a thing or two about training a dog for the ring!  He is out of CH Bruda The Artist Is Savannah (Savannah), who was co bred by Sandi and Cheri Holmes of Holmrun Dobermans.  He is sired by GCH Cambria's Out For Justice (Nick) bred by Ann and Jim White of Cambria Dobermans.

 

Rudy is a typical funny and comical red boy. He LOVES to snuggle, and also loves playing with his sister Vega, running agility courses, and standing in the empty bathtub.

 

Rudy finished his UCK Championship in August 2013 in three shows over two days. Going Best Of Breed All Shows and Placing Group 2nd two times and Group 3rd once.

 

Rudy finished his Canadian Championship in October 2013 at the Trillium Show going Best Of Winners all three shows.

 

I handled Rudy to both his championships.

 

 

Rudy still looking good at 8 years young!

The Toots

Flying from Chicago to Toronto

Happy Halloween!

Little Red Sweater Is Now A Scarf!

Bath Time Tires Me Out

SIT!

Stretching!

Puppy School Graduate!

Handsome Rudy

Easter Parade With A Dance School

Puppy Agility

Good Puppy

Profile

What?

Back Yard

Some things never change!

Baby

First day home.

Rudy and Lily

Rudy 1st Birthday

Trying out the happy legs.

Sleepy Puppy

As big as a pop bottle.

Sleeping

Chill

Bad Puppy

Bow Tie

Ears up!

Rudy and good friend Quinn

Xmas time!

Tunnels

More Tunnels

Easter Doberman in a Tutu!

Little Doberman

Hi

Out of a tunnel

CUTE

Handsome Man

Agility puppy

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