Griffith Land & Cattle Co.

Updated 10 September 2017

To Be Announced! (TBA)
Below are shown pedigrees of upcoming litters. (PDF-Pedigrees)
While we're waiting for the blessed event we refer to any litter as a TBA, (To Be Announced.)
Try to understand & remember that pups aren't "available" just because they're born.
We usually make these breedings because we want a pup or two from those parents.
We have a short [but growing] list of folks claiming to want a pup from our program bad enough to wait.
When there are pups, those folks get told first, usually at about 2 weeks of age.
At about 6 weeks of age we announce unspoken-for pups to the public on the Available Now page.
Below are shown what we have in mind for this year (2017.) We don't follow a schedule.
This page is for the folks who stay up late at night wringing their hangs as they ponder getting a dog bred like these. If that describes you, the following info is just for you.

Rooster-x-Pinky: TBA "Pink-Rooster"...pdf 
This is what I'm calling my Pink-Rooster breeding. They're sure to be big (20+lbs & more) and bad!
This might actually happen someday soon because of all the attention I get from folks who like the dogs called "Renterriers." The guy that invented them is Mr. Adrian Renteria of southern California.
We don't know him or how to get in touch with him. We just get a steady stream of folks asking me to concentrate that blood. Well, the PDF-Pedigree above shows the Renterrier blood highlighted to make it easy to see how much Renterrier blood these pups will have. Make no mistake, these dogs are genuine Patterdale Terriers that are bred the way they were about 10 or more generations ago.
There are already 3 guys waiting patiently for one of these. (You know who you are. wink)
God Bless 'em for not being pests. (that's a hint)
Update: Pinky whelped some pups on 6 August 2017

 Anyone that wants to get on the Pink-Rooster "list" should start speaking up.
Just keep in mind that the guys mentioned above will be considered first.
I might even decide to keep one myself.

We've been working towards this breeding for years. Both these parents are "spannable."

There were 3 pups born in late May 2017 and there are several folks waiting for these, including us.
The 2 females (black) will never get into public hands.
The one male is a bright-bold-brindle, like a tiger so we call him Tigger. There are already a couple guys hopping up-n-down to get him. If they drop the ball, he might become available to the public.
We'll try to show some pictures and say a little more within the next few days.
The females are not going to the public. That left "Tigger" who just sold.
Sorry folks, Maybe next year.

The last litter of "MaxiBam" Pups is coming up! TBA Maxine.x.Bambam...pdf
Today (2 Aug. 2017) we put Bambam in with Maxine and they were very happy to see each other!
So, it's a pretty good bet that there'll be some MaxiBam pups available in the late 2017.
This was done to satisfy public demand and it's The LAST Time MaxiBam pups will ever be available.
Maxine has never whelped less than 6 pups and (more in a couple litters,) & they tend to come in every color of the rainbow. Her pups, at 30 months of age range between 15 and 30 lbs. 
We can't tell how big or small they'll be when they're just 8~12 weeks old.
It's the luck of the draw.
What you can be reasonably sure of is that there will be a lot more dog in them than it appears.
 (Just like most Patterdale Terriers.)
The world famous "Roxy" bitch was a MaxiBam dog.

Make your plans and good luck.


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