THE KNOWE, MILTON of DRIMMIE, PERTH AND KINROSS PH10 7JR
Boris - Baron of Hareville at Oakshot
When Boris was born his breeder named the whole litter after politicians. There were only 2 dog pups who she called Boris & Ken. She wouldn't tell us which was which in case it swayed our decision. We chose Boris. He hasn't given us one minute of anything but happiness since that day. He loved swimming, he loved working especially on grouse, he had stamina and style and was very handsome. We will always love you Boris. (May 2008 - February 2021)
Tweed - Eiderbay Tweed of Oakshot
We had to make the hardest descision to leave Tweed "asleep" during surgery that was investigating her sudden and severe weight loss. She was a sweet, kind and very elegant bitch. We miss her face in the kennels each morning. Never presume you have them forever. Goodnight sweet one xx (2016 to 2020)
Tasha - Cliffeash Peony of Oakshot
Almost 12 years Tasha was with us. There are no words to describe how much she will be missed. Knowing our every mood, every look and every move. She made us smile - always. Rest in peace xx (2007 - 2019)
Druid - F. T. Ch. Shadowbrae Druid Of Oakshot
Sadly on the 9th January 2018 we had to make the heartbreaking decision to have Druid put to sleep. He would have been 13 years old in 2018.
He was not a big dog but had a big heart. He didn't really enjoy water but would cross any amount of it for me. He understood game; and used every one of his senses to find it.
A dog in a million, Druid was a worthy Field Trial Champion and was a loyal friend. Thankfully he lives on through his many offspring such as our own Ali.
Druid will never be forgotten. (2005 - 2018)
Sam - Millcottage Rhinestone of Oakshot
Sam was an amazing picking up dog.
He won an Open working test but his role here was finding game. He was shy with people and 'grinned' at strangers but his ability to find game, especially grouse, could not be matched. Sam cannot be replaced.
Fynn - Amancio Spitfire of Oakshot
Fynn sadly died before he was able to reach his full potential. He won a Novice field trial and was awarded a C.O.M. and third place in 24 dog Two day Open trials, also receiving Guns Choice.
Fynn had to be put down after suffering from a mystery illness which he and the vets fought for a year. He was a gentle, kind, non confrontational dog.
The most endearing English Pointer you could ever meet. Talented, elegant and beautiful.