Havanese 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 Circle A Lone Ranger 91.1 Chocolate and Tan Brindle Circle A Havanese $100
DMs The Skies The Limit 89.9 Chocolate and Tan Brindle Diamond Mountain $100
Circle A Mjölnir 91.0 Chocolate and Tan Brindle Circle A Havanese $100
Circle A Hammer*s Maxwell 91.0 Chocolate and Tan Brindle Circle A Havanese $100
Circle A Ring Stopper 91.1 Chocolate and Tan Brindle Circle A Havanese $100
Circle A Hammer Time 91.2 Chocolate and Tan Brindle Circle A Havanese $100
DMs Action Man 90.2 Chocolate and Tan Brindle Diamond Mountain $100
Circle A Wild One 90.8 Chocolate and Tan Brindle Circle A Havanese $100
Circle A Ring of Bottles 90.9 Chocolate and Tan Brindle Circle A Havanese $100
Circle A Ring of Faith 91.0 Chocolate and Tan Brindle Circle A Havanese $100
Circle A Wander*s Legacy 91.1 Chocolate and Tan Brindle Circle A Havanese $100
Circle A Air Above 90.9 Chocolate and Tan Brindle Circle A Havanese $100
Circle A Legacy 91.3 Chocolate and Tan Brindle Circle A Havanese $100
Circle A Wandering Soul 91.0 Chocolate and Tan Brindle Circle A Havanese $100


Did you know?
There are about 900 breeds of sheep in the world.
Did you know?
In the American Kennel Club, a dog needs 15 points to become a Champion, with each win gaining anywhere from zero to five points depending on the number of dogs competing and the area where the show is held.
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Additional points may be awarded to the Best of Winners, or a class dog that goes Best of Breed or Best of Opposite Sex, again depending on the number of dogs competing