25th January, 2001
We bred our Top Shikokus at that moment
For the second Shikoku litter outside of Japan, we bred our two Top Shikokus at that moment. The combination was out of “Nanako Go Izumo Yanosow” and “Kazuhideryu Go Kazusa Okasawasow”, two totally different bloodlines but Mr. Akiro Yano still helped us because he knew exactly all the bloodlines from these dogs. The female gave birth to four wonderful Shikokus.
Where the puppies of the second litter went?
The first was ”Tai-Nanako Van de Egmato” who stayed in our kennel and who was a look-alike of his mother Nanako. He was a nice black sesame male who won a couple of times the World and European title and was a Multi Champion, unfortunately, he never gave children in our kennel even after we tried all options we had.
His brother ”Tekai-Nanako Van de Egmato” went all the way to the USA together with one of my imports ”Sweety” to start off with a good base in the USA. Sister ”Yana-Nanako Van de Egmato” went to Katja Weber in Canada and the other sister ”Zora-Nanako Van de Egmato” went also to the USA but on the other side in the ”Koyote kennel” from Laura Mckenna.