photo Staround ad in 1973 Our Dogs Year Book p93|
1971 or 1972 exported from US to UK
Apr 1975 transfer of ownership
died of Heartworm at 3 years of age, exact date unknown
Continuing the quite remarkable successes she has attained in the first introduction of the now increasing popularity of the Chinese Crested Dogs, Mrs Ruth Harris no introduces the Tervuren, of very sound temperament and with potential for work, show, guide or guard dog. Rich red sable in colour and generations free of HD. Illustrated is Uranus de Braise Rouge, a lovely typical specimen (dam is Ch Peri de Braise Rouge, CD), placed 3rd Birmingham Ch Show. In quarantine and nursing a litter by Ch Chateaubriand, CD, one of America's leading sires, is Ch Quandi de Petite Chalet, This litter show the greatest promise for the future development of this most impressive breed in England.
1973 Our Dogs Year Book p93
Across the other side of England an adult bitch was imported from the USA. This was American Champion Qandi du Petite Chalet CD, who arrived in whelp to Am Champion Chateaubriand. The litter of six pups were born in October 1972 and these were registered as the Staround 'A' litter, all red. Within the year, Qandi was joined, again from America, by a young male, Uranus de Braise Rouge. Uranus mated Qandi to produce the Staround 'B' and 'C' litters and was later used on the bitches from the Staround 'A' litter. He died of heartworm when he was three years old. A further dog came in from USA in 1974, Colombe O'Albions Franglad (of Kepammi) and he, in time, mated to Staround Cora (1975) to produce the Kepammi 'H' litter and Staround Hy Adventure (1976) to produce the Manitias 'Birds' litter. (Mary Grove) 1995 YB p269
In 1971, Mrs Harris imported a dog puppy and a bitch in whelp from America. The dog was Uranus de Braise Rouge, bred by Mr Allen and the bitch, Quandi (Qandi) du Petite Chalet, who had been mated to Ch Chateaubriand before leaving America - she returned to America after the first litter was born.
The BS by Andrews & Cloutt