Belatarr: the Next Generation.

13/01/2015 at 13:24 1 comment

We’re delighted to be able to announce that Phoenix, the Top HWV Brood Bitch of 2014, has been confirmed in pup with what will be her final litter:

Some of the new Belatarr babies in development.

Some of the new Belatarr babies in development.

For this very special litter we have chosen Fürdöházi Álnok of Amiryck (Cézár) as the sire.

Cézár doing what he loves best.

Cézár doing what he loves best.

Cézár free standing.


Cézár is a super example of the breed. He displays the correct, harsh wire coat, has a loving, outgoing, confident and friendly temperament and is very well constructed throughout with an excellent head. He derives from similar lines to our own boy Mingus but also has some of the same physical characteristics as Phoenix, so we hope that they will compliment one another and make for a good match and we excitedly await the outcome. Both parents are HUU tested and the puppies from this litter will not be affected by the Urate Stone disorder. Thanks go to Karen & Richard of Amiryck for giving us the opportunity of using Cézár.

Pups are expected to arrive around 3rd Feb. They will be suitable for show, working and pet homes. If you would like to be considered for inclusion on our list for this exciting new generation of Belatarr HWV’s or you would like to discuss the litter in more detail then please do contact us at: with details of the home and lifestyle that you could offer a Belatarr pup.



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  • 1. Sarah Mitchell  |  13/01/2015 at 19:33

    So very tempting!!! And due 2 days after my birthday!! hope Mingus isn’t upset?!

    Love to you all


    Sent from my iPad



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