Australian Terrier 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
GCH CH Pommiegold Rubik Cube 95.7 Blue and Tan Pommiegold Terriers $100
GCH CH Basset Hill Blimey Mate 95.4 Blue and Tan summerkennel42 $25
CH Tales Popish 95.5 Blue and Tan TerrierTalesII $50
CH Pommiegold Daddy Cool 95.6 Blue and Tan Pommiegold Terriers $50
CH Basset Hill Crocodile Dundee 95.4 Blue and Tan Summerrosekennel35 $25
Tales Break and Enter 95.7 Blue and Tan TerrierTalesII $100
Pommiegold Jammydodger 95.8 Blue and Tan Pommiegold Terriers $100
Pommiegold Dodgem Car 95.7 Blue and Tan Pommiegold Terriers $100
Pommiegold Burglar Bill 95.7 Blue and Tan Pommiegold Terriers $100
Pommiegold Double Entendre 95.0 Blue and Tan Pommiegold $100
Pommiegold Blacksticks Blue 94.5 Blue Pommiegold $50
Pommiegold Half Blue 94.8 Blue and Tan Pommiegold $50
Pommiegold Sugar Daddy 95.7 Blue and Tan Pommiegold Terriers $50
Tales Artful Dodger 95.5 Blue and Tan TerrierTalesII $50
BH AT Stud4 95.6 Blue and Tan Basset Hill $25


Did you know?
There are about 900 breeds of sheep in the world.
Did you know?
A specialty show is a dog show which reviews a single breed, unlike other dog shows, particularly conformation shows, which are generally referred to as "all-breed" because they are open to all breeds recognized by the sponsoring kennel club.
The Kennel Club (UK) system, which is also used by the Australian National Kennel Council[1] and in other countries, is considered the most difficult to earn a title under.