NALC SEPT GR CH of CH's UKC GRCH Cnd CH Cross Check's Smith & Wesson
Dam: QUAD GRCH U-GRCH CRB-CH J Cross' Ammunition
Red Leopard w/ Tan and White Trim
Eyes: R – blue, L – brown w/ blue crack
Born: October 22, 2011
PennHIP: L 0.33, R 0.25
Wesson truly is an all around dog. He circles on a rail working cattle, with the stock sense to know when to use his powerful stop. He has incredible stamina and his recovery time is very short, especially for a dog his size. Wesson is a medium to long range dog with a hot nose and a powerful voice. He opens when a track is hot and has a gorgeous hound like treeing style. We have never hunted him in the hog woods. He is a larger, rangy style dog, with lots of leg and very nice conformation. He's a sweet pup with a very laid back and forgiving temperament, but is wary of strangers at first. Wesson has cow dog champion points, and is a B-Bay Champion, Grand Champion of B-Bay Champions, Tree Dog Champion, a Grand Champion of Tree Dog Champions, a Show Champion, a Champion of Show Champions and a Grand Champion of Show Champions making him a Sept Grand Champion of Champions. He was well started on his Canadian Rare Breed conformation champion title before the club folded, and is an ABI Canadian Champion and a UKC conformation grand champion. Wesson is retired from the conformation show ring with an NALC Best of Show Male, an NALC Reserve Best of Show Male, 5 Best In Multi Breed Show wins, 2 Reserve Best In Multi Breed Show wins, a Best Puppy in Multi Breed Show and a Group 1 win at the UKC's biggest show of the year, the UKC Premier.
Wesson continues to attend NALC cow dog trials.
Wesson has 49 cow dog champion points, 69 champion points in b-bay and all his requirements for his HD-B Ch title, 61 points in treeing and all his requirements for his TD Ch title, and has his GR CH TD CH title and 40 points in conformation and all his requirements for his Sh Ch title and has his CH of SH CH's and GR CH of SH CH's titles with the NALC
Short video of Wesson with a bayed up set of cows and calves, with a clip of him taking a running calf back to the herd.