Appenzeller Sennenhund Studs

  - indicates a dog that requires approval to be used as a stud.  When using these studs, you may have to wait up to 24-hours to breed your bitch.  Dogs open for public stud can be used for breeding right now.

Dog Name SOP Color Owner Stud Fee
CH Crispy Chilly Baby 85.6 Black, Brown, and White Appenzeller Hill $25
Crispy Storm Born 84.8 Black, Brown, and White Appenzeller Hill $25
Crispy Mortimer 85.0 Black, Brown, and White Appenzeller Hill $25
Crispy Sparky 84.7 Black, Brown, and White Appenzeller Hill $25
Crispy Camelot 85.7 Black, Brown, and White Appenzeller Hill $25
Crispy Sunny Boy 84.7 Black, Brown, and White Appenzeller Hill $25
Crispy Zac 84.8 Black, Brown, and White Appenzeller Hill $25
Crispy Refresher 84.6 Black, Brown, and White Appenzeller Hill $25
Crispy Hot Shot 84.9 Black, Brown, and White Appenzeller Hill $25
Crispy Slot 84.8 Black, Brown, and White Appenzeller Hill $25
Crispy Hard Cash 85.0 Black, Brown, and White Appenzeller Hill $25
Crispy Splash 84.7 Black, Brown, and White Appenzeller Hill $25


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