DOB: 7/30/12

Description: 28” / 70 lbs. Female, heavily sabled red, Irish-marked, black-masked

Bred/owned/handled by: Veni Harlan


Bonnie comes from the Far Field Louisiana Red litter. She is the most substantive of the females from this breeding and a interesting blend of both parents. Structurally sound, she feels wonderful under hand with beautiful sloping shoulders, good width fore/aft, spring of rib, a powerful
rear, short hocks, and proper hare feet. Her head and expression are very pleasing with small high set ears, dark eyes, and roman finish. While quite athletic in the field, her interest in plastic did not endure. She carries a gorgeous thick plush coat in the deepest red with black sabled tips. Temperament-wise, Bonnie is a very confident, bold, devoted girl who does not know a stranger.
Bonnie finished very quickly picking up all points in only 3 weekends out. She earned her conformation title on a BCOA supported weekend (1/25/15) and is my first Bred-by champion. Time willing, I hope to do some rally or obedience in the near future as she is such a willing, smart girl who wants to please.



Bonnie is named for the ornate structures built along the levee between New Orleans and Baton Rouge. These wooden structures become bonfires on Christmas Eve, lighting the way for Papa Noel. It’s an old Louisiana tradition from days when folks traveled primarily by river.

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ROUGE (dam)

SBVS CH Nonsuch Moulin Rouge
v Far Field, CGC

HAZER (sire)

CH Katz Golden Haze