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daughter train champion dogs
Published April 9, 1991
| From left to right Cristy
Durfee, CH Durdach Own
Connie Durfee and CH Pawprints v Durdach Express MS a Canadian import
Later I purchased a black and tan male from the Ruffells. I named him Durdach K.C. Bug-A-Boo MS and called him K.C. He finished with four majors from the puppy class. He was my first champion and the first Miniature Smooth Champion Dachshund in Utah. He was finished by Knox & Virginia Buchanan. I was so excited!
I had the good fortune of owning and finishing the first five Miniature Smooth Champion Dachshunds in Utah. Several other champions in Utah were bred by me or came from my breeding. The bloodlines came from some of the top producing kennels in the United States and Canada.
For several years I didn't show Dachshunds. I was helping my husband raise and show American Quarter Horses. We traveled lots of miles, had many good times and much success in that arena... My love for showing dachshunds kept nagging at me, so I pursued getting back into showing again
In 2008 I purchased a red female named Dynadaux Idle Gossip MS aka "Juicy" from Cyndy Senff of Dynadaux. Juicy finished her championship with all majors in two weeks. I remember very well doing the Happy Dance when she finished her championship and couldn't have been more pleased. I was back on track and in the show ring again.
Cyndy has been a great friend and mentor. I appreciate all she has
done for me and look forward to a bright future.
By Mary Ruth Hammond
Durdach Miniature Dachshunds
Grantsville, UT 84029