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Bonnie = Grand Champion Bluebonnet Dreaming Spires at Texangals TKN
November 2014
Tillarn the Dream Maker v Tillarn Eingana (English Toy Terriers from the UK)

3rd Junior Bitch at Crufts March 2016; exported to US in June 2016
Crufts Qualifier 2017

AKC Champion, Grand Champion, Trick Dog Novice


Bonnie is VWD/JDCM/Xanth clear, patellas 0/1 by x-ray


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Holy Grail Litter, August 2017. 
Ch Maggical Southern Gentleman v GCH Bluebonnet Dreaming Spires at Texangals TKN
All but Zoot were placed in pet homes 

Zoot, Coco, Dennis, and Tim





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Champion Texangals Zoot Just Zoot
Born August 2017


Zoot is JDCM/Xanth clear by parentage; VwD clear; 
OFA eyes normal; OFA patella normal; OFA thyroid normal



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Texangals Theodora "Ted" Logan and Texangals William S Preston Esquire, born May 2018
Ch Maggical Southern Gentleman v GCH Bluebonnet Dreaming Spires at Texangals TKN

"Teddie" is now co-owned with Patricia Hall of Poricias kennel in Pennsylvania,  and nearing the completion of her championship.
"Bill" is in a pet home in Kansas and has a cat as his best friend.

Teddie and Bill


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The Bizarre Adventure Litter, born August 2019
Blackstar Gentleman Jack v GCH Bluebonnet Dreaming Spires at Texangals TKN

Trish, Rohan, Suzy, and Lisa

Lisa has her conformation championship; Trish has her BCAT and TKN; Rohan ("Robbie") is just a few points away from completing his championship; Suzy is an extraordinary ratter - I hope we can get her into barn hunt competitions eventually!




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The Zoomie Boys, born April 2020
GCH Dreammaker's One Sweet Ride at Jhen TKN v GCH Bluebonnet Dreaming Spires at Texangals TKN

Aston Martin, Mini Cooper, and Reliant Robin

These were our COVID boys - Cooper has been in the show ring some and picked up some ribbons but no points yet, doing his primary duty of emotional support dog for a child with autism; "Kyro" in Wisconsin and "Rudy" in Okloahoma are working on their obedience and trick dog skills

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Co-bred litter with Poricias, born September 2020
Marler Hill Jumpin' Jack Flash v Texangals Theodora "Ted" Logan 
Katie, Flicka, Bumble, Alfie (pictured); Busy Bee will be entering the ring soon; Polly is on cuddle duties



Grand Champion Texangals Killing Time: 
Regular Group 4 and OH Group 1 and OH Group 3 at Belton, Oct 2021.
Best in Show Bred-by Exhibitor, Dallas Toy Dog Club, July 2021.

Katie is JDCM/Xanth/VwD clear; OFA eyes clear


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The Umbrella Academy Litter, born December 2020
Ch St Stephens Once Again Finnagan at Lone Oak v Ch Texangals Zoot Just Zoot

Puppies: Diego, Alyson, Luther, Vanya, and Quincy
All but Luther went to show homes and are accruing their points; Luther is bringing joy to a family in the Houston area while waiting in reserve for any future breeding assignments.


Diego is JDCM/Xanth/VwD clear; OFA eyes clear



Diego achieved championship status at the age of 6 months, accruing all his points in his first five shows. By the age of 9 months, he had completed his grand championship.


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The Spin Doctors Litter, July 2021
Texangals Rohan Heavens Door v Ch Texangals Zoot Just Zoot

Lois Lane and Jimmy Olsen

Jimmy and Lois are now Winston and Lucy


Lucy had her first minor puppy show in Marshall Nov 2021 and won Beginner Puppy Group 1


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The Carpe Diem Litter, born October 2021
GCH Texangals Diego's Got His Knives Out v GCH Bluebonnet Dreaming Spires at Texangals TKN

"DJ"

What can I say? He's four weeks old. We have big plans for him at Texangals so you'll just have to watch this space!









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