Gold Rush Litter in an
old-fashioned rocker box.
Siggy and the litter.
Pennyweight in a milk coma.
Strike draped over Siggy's leg.
Karat has a rest on Pan.
Placer climbs over the top.
Skookum, Pan and Placer. Karat's face peeking over the top.
They always sleep in a puppy pile.
Welcome Gold Rush Litter
Sire: HRCH Heads Up Larger Than Life MH WCX
Dam: Redtail Hotshot Sig JH
"Yukon x Siggy"
The puppies receive their litter nickname as a placeholder until their owner gives them their forever name.
"Bonanza" - female
Bonanza Creek was the center of the Klondike Gold Rush in the Yukon Territory.
"Chilkoot" - female
Chilkoot Trail was a major access route from the coast to the Yukon goldfields.
"Karat" - female
The purity of gold is measured in Karats. 24K is the purest.
"Pan" - male
The gold pan is used for both prospecting and classifying. Every miner has a gold pan.
"Pennyweight" - female
The pennyweight, a unit of measure to weigh gold, is 1/20 a Troy Ounce.
"Skookum" - male
Chinook meaning strong. Keish, AKA Skookum Jim Mason, known for his strength was a partner in the famous Discovery Claim.
"Placer" - male
Placer gold is found in an alluvial deposit. Many gold strikes are from streambed deposits.
"Strike" - male
A discovery of a large amount of gold. The most famous lucky strike was at Sutter's Mill in California.
Siggy at AKC Hunt Test
Siggy points upland.
Siggy with a nice rooster on a pheasant hunt.
Siggy after a pheasant hunt.
HRCH Heads Up Larger Than Life MH WCX photos provided by Diane Glassmeyer
Yukon relaxing at home
Yukon qualifies at the MAI
A beautifully built golden.
Water entry with style.
It's all about the birds.
Gold Rush Litter Announcement