Victory’s Glad Tidings at Riverwind
02/25/2009 — 02/26/2014
Cheryl and Foster Beach
Gabby, alias Girlfriend and Ms Attitude, joined the Beach pack in April. She is from Judy Gladson’s “G” litter out of Solo and Naik. She has become Captain’s best little playmate and promises to live up to her name(s)!
Light-Foot’s Eclipse CD SH FDX WCX CGC
08/11/1993 — 11/11/2004
John and Sandra Bulger
Tanner was our first Flat-coat. He came to us at age two as “just a pet”. He taught us so much about retrievers, the abilities of our dogs and unconditional love. In the end, our loving pet proved himself to be a talented performance dog. He will be remembered for his incredible heart and playful spirit.
Bear Country April Breeze CD OA OAJ SH WCX
My first love when it came to dogs was Shetland Sheepdogs. But most of my friends had Flat-coated retrievers and the more I hung around with them, threw birds for them and went to 2 FC Nationals with a Sheltie, the more I saw the wisdom and the light of getting my very own FCR back in 2001. Breezy was my first and has shown me the ropes of owning a FCR. Over the years we have become fast best friends and enjoy doing obedience, agility, hanging out, and her favorite–field. She has also made me realize that I can have two first loves.
Ch Tidalflats’ Selkie JH Am/Can WC CGC
Jane Boraczek & Cliff Williams
Traditionally, “selkies” were mythical creatures: half seal & half human;living partly at sea and partly on land (while always longing to be in the water). In our minds, this is the 1 nature of Flat-Coats! On the Orkney Isles, ‘selkie’ is still the word for ‘seal’. Our Selkie lives up to her name by being a strong, agile, and enthusiastic swimmer with an impish personality. Very much like her mother (Dory), Selkie *is* our seal!