AND HERE HE IS!!!!
DAVEY'S CINNAMON CHURRO!
Solid Liver with Liver, Blue, Red, Silver, Black Pedigree. DNA and Brucellosis tested, current on all vaccinations. AT 6 years, and 15 lbs he is truly a special boy. His lineage includes his Daddy and Mommy, our own SUKI TOCHO and KOKOPELLI, his Grandpa ANDES MINT (solid liver),and his Great Grandpa's The Lion Little Bit and Remington Jackson Raymo, whose Pedigree includes over 19 Champion Lines! Mom's pedigree includes 12 Champions from China and Canada with direct decendants born at the Peking Imperial Palace! His Grandma, Koko's Mama, China Lily, is Champion Sired!! (His Grandma!!) These decendants include another 12 Champions.That is a total of 43 Champions in his Pedigree!! (see history below). He has a loving personality with a mischevious side! Totally ALL BOY! His coat is thick and luxurious, a rare beautiful champagne,with liver tips on his tail and ears. Notice his brown nose and his dreamy copper eyes.This is the pigment that identifies his LIVER status.
SO, GORGEOUS! He is genetically able to produce liver, red, black, and brindle. His offspring have included dark gold,with black faces, chocolate brindle, brindle and white, red, red and white, black, red mahogany liver, white liver, cream liver, orange red liver, chocolate and white liver, dark cherry chocolate liver, exotic blacks and three just like him!. We look forward to more liver, white and red in the mix.
Research Pedigree - 5 Generation
Davey's Cinnamon Churro
THE HISTORY OF LION LITTLE BIT
Churro's Great Great Grandpa
Canadian Champion Chumulari Ying Ying. Gold and White with Black Mask owned by Reverend Allan Easton from stock that is directly descended from the last lion dogs known to have been born in the "Peking Imperial Palace."
At the New Brunswick Kennel Club show in New Jersey on September 1st., 1969, on the first day "Shih Tzu" were allowed to compete as a recognized breed in American Dog Shows. CH Chumulari Ying Ying was Best of Breed and First in the Toy Group. Now this was the first time in the history of American dog shows that a Best in Show win had been made by a newly recognized breed its first time out in regular competition!
After completing his studies in Glasgow and New York, Reverend Easton first visited Peking in 1937, just a few days after the Japanese took over the city. From that experience he traced the beginning of his enthusiasm for the rare little Lion Dog from the Manchu Palace. In 1938 Easton had became one of very few to visit the hidden land of Tibet. In 1947 he returned to Peking.
Reverend Easton got his first Shih Tzu in 1961 from Ingrid Colwell and have since produced their own out standing "Chumulari" line.
As a Canadian Champion, his record includes 3 groups firsts, nine seconds, six thirds, nine fourths and 37 Best of Breed.
The sire to this Great-Great-Great Grandson is "Leidza's" who was born in the Peking Palace in May, 1928. The CH Chumulari Ying Ying was born late January 1966.
And now at K and C Kennel in Sun City Az Great-Great-Great-Great-Great Grandson to the CH Chumulari Ying Ying Is Shih Tzu Stud "The Lion LittleBit"
From June 1966 to December 2000 Almost 35 years later K and C Kennel is blessed enough to own such a prize.
Owners Kookie and Chris At K and C Kennels in Sun City.
******It with a heavy heart that I have learned that Kookie, owner of Lion Little Bit, passed away in September 2012. RIP Kookie, Lion's offspring will continue to live on in your memory!
CHURRO'S GRANDPA SEVEN TIMES REMOVED
DECENDENT FROM TIBET!
CHAMPION CHUMULARI YING-YING