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Wayfarer’s Placide


Female Belgian Tervuren  2/25/1966 (deceased)
Color: fawn w black
Owner: Sondra Miller
Breeder: Harry "Jay" & Sondra Miller
AKC WA756232
Sire: Am CH Columbine Nikit C/O-BAR
Dam: Wayfarer’s Nadia du Rochemont CD, C-BAR

scissor bite missing 2x PM

1968 BOSS ABTC National Specialty

Owner's comments: "Coco" is a litter sister of Pacemaker (litter had four Ch CD's) and has made her own mark in the breed. She finished at two, and has won several coveted Best of Opposite Sex awards at Regional Supported Shows, and the National Supported show in April 1968 at Salina, Kansas under Judge Haskell Schuffman.
Her kindness and enduring patience have earned her the position of full-time "baby sitter" of our children and an assortment of kittens, rabbits, guinea pigs, etc, with a little time off to produce one litter containing three champions. She is now bred and we are eagerly awaiting her second litter and hoping for a daughter just like her.
She is a strong well-balanced bitch with abundant medium harsh coat. She has a scissors bite with two premolars missing.
1973 ABTC Gene Vol1 p98

Sondra Miller passed away on January 12, 2014. She was a very early breeder of Tervuren under the kennel name Wayfarer. Her first litter was born in 1964 and she produced a number of notable dogs including the 1968 national BOS Ch Wayfarer's Placide CD and 1971 national BOB Ch. Wayfarer's Pacemaker. (posted 20Jan14 ABTC)

Sondra Jean Hughes Miller passed away Sunday, Jan. 12, 2014, after a brief fight with cancer. She was born May 29, 1940, in Henryetta to Josephine Pearl Blackburn and Alvin Chester Hughes.
Sondra had many hobbies, including gardening, showing dogs and judging dog shows. Her favorite breed was the Belgian Tervuren. As a sweet friend of Sondra’s pointed out, those beloved dogs will be waiting for her at the rainbow bridge. Though she loved her Belgians, mom had a soft-spot for all animals. After her last Belgian died in 2009, she found her final K-9 companion at Second Chance. Loco, a Basenji mix, had been adopted twice and brought back because of her rambunctious nature. Mom knew that if she didn’t adopt her, Loco would spend the rest of her life in a shelter. Though mom rescued Loco, we believe Loco rescued mom, as well.
(Norman Transcript, Thursday, Jan. 16, 2014)

Courtesy of: dhuckestein ****** Black Breed Manager

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Stud Book  (1969 Oct AKC stud book p111)


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