Name: Anortositts Rozalina
Father: C.I.B C.I.E. NL NORD UCH N S VCH NORDJV-10 NORDV-12 DKV-11-15 Marrondales Yerke
Mother: C.I.E N DK UCH N SE VCH DKV-14 Røgild´s Clariss von Sikni
Tested for CD: Non-carrier
NKK Trondheim 04.07.2015: Exc.JK 1.JKK CK CERT 1.BTK BOB
Steinkjer Hundeklubb 03.09.2016: Exc.AK 1.AKK CK CERT 1.BTK BOB BIG 3
NKK Trondheim 01.07.2017: VG.AK 1.AKK
Rozzie comes from Kennel Anortositts, runned by Sølvi Irene and Arne Havsø in Hellvik, Norway. Rozzie showed an early interest in bird, and she showed me her first pointing already the first day I owned her. She is a lovely and affectionate miss with a mild and pleasant temper that melts every heart on her way, adults as children. She is friendly, cool headed, social, active and attentive, and would like to participate in everything that is going on.
Rozzie loves to work, and her favorite exercise is no doubt retrieving. Defrosted or freshly caught game is definitely the favorite retrieving object. She has a lot of energy when we are working but is otherwise very calm and balanced. Rozzie always barks when there are strangers coming to the farm, and may be somewhat reserved in the first meeting. But it does not take long before she finds a friend for life after being introduced properly because she loves meeting new people and is especially fond of cuddling.
Rozzie is used for hunting both ptarmigan and black grouse, and has tried hunting pheasants on one occasion. She has never been scared of gunshots, nor does she show signs of fear of loud sounds in general. Even sounds from tractors, ATVs, woodwork machines or chainsaws is something she is affected by. She loves to join us when we work in the woods, occasionally helping out by carrying sticks and branches. In the wintertime she sits on an sled behind a snowmobile when we travel to our cabine, and in the summertime she likes to go out in the boat fishing with us.
When it comes to hunting, Rozzie has had an even and nice development. She has a active and nuanced search, and is usually quick to find a bird in the terrain. When it comes to hunting dressage, we still have a few things to work on.