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(13.09.1993 - 15.02.2006)

I had to say goodbye to my little Genie mouse. Life was running out of her, but she was here almost 12½ years. Genie was the kind of dog that follows you everywhere. She would come and put her noise to your leg, she was always there for you. She was a fantastic dog in a pack, and took good care of her pack members. The other dogs and ourselves miss her very much.
When Genie was young she was visiting my great grandmother, who at that time was already well over 100 years old. Genie was sitting on my lap and my great grandmother said; "She has human eyes!". Her eyes were fantastic and you could watch her eyes for a long time. She loved that.
I miss her deeply and at the same time I find comfort in her children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and great great grandchildren.
I know she is happy where she is now. Thank you for sharing your life with me Genie!

1994:
European Youth Winner

1995:
Danish Champion

1996:
1st litter of puppies with MultiCH Ginger's /D Cormac,
Club Champion in The Danish Terrier Club

1997:
Anniversary Winner in The Danish Terrier Club,
Glen of Year Best of Opposite Sex

1998:
2nd litter of puppies with FINCH INTCH Share A Friend

1999:
Only shown a few times, BOB in Hannover


BIS #3 Sonderso 2/9 2000
Progeny Dog of The Year in The Danish Terrier Club 2000
Glen of The Year 2000


2000:
As the first Glen ever in Denmark placed in Best In Show at the Danish Terrier Clubs show in Sonderso 2/9, Glen of The Year, Progeny Dog of The Year in The Danish Terrier Club

2001:
Swedish Champion and International Champion, Senior of The Year

2002:
Senior of The Year



Geraldine 6 months old


A young Genie


Genie, 6 years old



To see Geraldine very successfull progeny classes click here:


Sire: CPHW87 DKCH CPHW89 WW89 Knockroe Eamonn of Bilbo
Dam: DKCH WW90 INTCH EUW92 Bilbo's Maggie of Ballycotton

Bred by Kate Bentzen, Danmark

If you want further information, such as titles, pedigrees and so on, please e-mail me:
christina@mccormac.dk


 © 1999-2012 Christina Rune