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 Subterfuge 94.5 Blue and Tan Pommiegold Terriers $100
GCH CH Pommiegold Smokescreen 94.5 Blue and Tan Pommiegold Terriers $100
GCH CH Pommiegold Master Of Disguise 94.1 Blue and Tan Pommiegold Terriers $100
GCH CH Pommiegold Camouflage 94.2 Blue and Tan Pommiegold $25
Tales Notorious 94.2 Blue and Tan TerrierTalesII $100
Tales Clown Prince 94.1 Blue and Tan TerrierTalesII $100
Tales Determination 94.1 Blue and Tan TerrierTalesII $100
Pommiegold Devil In Disguise 94.3 Blue and Tan Pommiegold Terriers $100
Pommiegold Mastermind 94.5 Blue and Tan Pommiegold Terriers $100
Pommiegold Blue Joker 93.4 Blue Pommiegold $100
Pommiegold Infamous 94.1 Blue and Tan Pommiegold $50
Totally Marathon Runner 87.6 Totally Terriers $50
Pommiegold The Master 94.3 Blue and Tan EagerEstate $50
Tales Surface Story 94.0 Blue and Tan TerrierTalesII $50
Tales Keith 94.1 Blue and Tan TerrierTalesII $50
Totally Noir et Taupe 89.6 Black and Tan Totally Terriers $50
Streetwise Just Joe King 89.9 Black and Tan Streetwise $25
Totally Little Red Wagon 87.7 Red Totally Terriers $25
Totally Beach Bum 86.9 Sandy Totally Terriers $25


Did you know?
There are about 900 breeds of sheep in the world.
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A specialty show may be regional or national. A "Best in Show" win at a national specialty show is tremendously prestigious, indicating that the winning dog or bitch triumphed at a contest which attracted entries from the most serious fanciers of that breed in the country or continent. Some specialty shows attract international entries.
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.