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This is "Whitney" - DayStar's Heart In
going BOW under Judge J.D. Jones, being
by Michele Manier -co/breeder.
Whitney was bred after obtaining 12
points with a major.
She just loved going to dog shows and
being in hotel rooms, killing every fly
Her favorite was just being in the
of people at a show...laying around
OUTSIDE the ring...
showing was another matter. It was
How could we be subjecting her to such
silliness and do these things to
So, with 5 different handlers and only
to get her Championship, we gave up and
and she was
a FABULOUS mother to her puppies.
The whelping box was her best work...she
so so sweet. We had Whitney until
almost 10 years old and she was a
extremely smart Great Dane...
love ya ... miss ya ...Whit
This is Whitney at 10 weeks old.
She was so cute.
At the Illini 1983 Specialty
she was in a
class of about 10
puppies and was the smallest one in
She got 1st place and I just
is it, my next Champion Great
She looked like a little wind up toy
and this is
how wonderful she stacked and
I think that Whitney was one of
smart Great Danes that had her own
and when it suited her, she was fine.
this day...it was fine with her.
Whitney was a fabulous mother.
could take her away from her puppies.
She had 9 puppies and was patient and
loving with them all. This picture
is an example of the time she spent with
her babies...this was one place where
Whitney excelled in her purposed
as a mother.
We bred her to our
Ch. Rojon's Bentley V
and out of that litter, we kept our
- DayStar-KenDor Master Blend
DayStar-KenDor Hearts Desire.
Those two siblings lived with us until
10 1/2 years old.
She passed her sweet gentle nature onto
her kids and
on to her grandchildren and on and on
into the generations I see her
personality and character
popping it's head up in her progeny.
This is Whitney at 5 weeks old.
She was so cute. We had the
litter she was in
out of our Ruth and Winston and I
went to grab
a cookie to help in the stacking of
her and she
laid down, looked at my husband and
snapped this darling picture of her.
This is her. From the
beginning, she had a very
definite side of her personality and
the kind of dog, you never forget.
Here is Whitney with Michele Manier who
her to many of her points.
We traveled together and had lots of fun
our weekends of showing her.
She is shown here going BOW in Kankakee,
in December 1994, under Judge Michael
DayStar's Heart In Motion
Flamboyant - Fn
BISS Ch. Rojon's
Oh Boy V Mecca Dane -Fn
Ch. Rave Review Viva Miramor - Fn.
Noele - Fn
Ch. Dundane's Bacarat V Brookside -
Ch. Shadam's Hillary - Fn.
Ch. BISS Ch.
DayStar's Intomy Heart
Grandmaster - Br.
Ch. Warwicks Grumman - Fn.
Ch. Rojon's Boulette V Raintree - Fn.
Amazing Grace - Fn.
BISS Ch. My-Jon's Telemachus - Br.
My-Jon's DayStar Born Again - Fn
Our days and
years go by so fast, but it's in the showing of our
that God brings us together as friends in a way that
with out them,
we would never know each other.
I thank God for my dogs that have been a tool in the
hands of the Lord
that have given me some of the greatest friends I
ask for. We think that we will see these times
again, but in these
times, we must cherish every moment, because they
never be repeated again.
Thank you Lord, for my dogs and my friends I have
the dog world...I'm a richer person for them.
I thank God for Whitney's presence in my life.
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