TC was our double biscuit boy. He loved the biscuits in the jar , and would recite poetry to us to get some. Plus he had the most fabulous biscuit shaded coat. His coat was a true dense coat which took ages to get wet, and always looked clean and sparkly.
TC began his career in Queensland, owned by the late David White, All Breeds Judge. TC won BEST IN SHOW and several classes in show awards, but was shown rather lightly due to David's judging assignments. I used TC at stud to Aust/NZ Ch Kimskaya Tiffany in 1990 and produced three bitches. Aust Ch Kimskaya Talking Class "Cassie" resides with Elle Maitland and has produced Aust Ch Kimchatka Taken by Storm, Aust Ch Kimchatka Tudor Rose (BEST IN SHOW) and Aust/Singapore/NZ Ch Kimchatka the Real McCoy.
Aust Ch Kimskaya Talking Style resided with Alan and Helen Paxton and produced Kimskova Justa Charm, a BEST IN SHOW All Breeds winner. "Sheena" also produced CH Kimskova Top of Class, another BEST IN SHOW Winner, known as TC after his great grandfather.
I kept Kimkova Talking Vogue and Chelsea produced 11 puppies. From these puppies I produced the lovely Aust Ch Kimskaya Mega Style.
A few years later we brought TC to Melbourne to live with us. He was a sweetheart to have around the place. Always under your feet, always talking and wagging his tail. He loved to sleep beside the bed with satin a pillow for his head. He was not spoilt much!
In Tasmania we mated TC to Ch Tobalsk Kourotchkina and Christmas Eve puppies were born. Vashka Christmas Classic was leased to me for a litter and from this I produced Kimskaya Classic Tarja and Ch Kimskaya Classic Charm who are two to my current very successful brood bitches.
I often took TC to judges lectures so they could appreciate the biscuit coat. TC also had very good snow shoes and as he got older they grew longer. I used to brush them up and backwards and they would cover his whole foot.
Sadly TC passed over to Rainbow Bridge, but he will be happily chasing the cats and birds up there.