Here at Cedar Creek we try to keep a limited number of dogs. This way we can keep them in our home and raise them with lots of attention at the same time training them to be dogs that you can enjoy being around. Below are some of our retired dogs who are the foundation to Cedar Creek as well as some of our current show winners and prospects for the future.
AKC GCH CKCSC USA CHAMPION
Cedar Creek Rise N Shine
He is health tested and producing some very nice puppies which will be shown in the near future.
Cedar Creek Diamond Keepher
Cedar Creek Chanel Chance
Cedar Creek Araya Sunshine
Araya is a young hopeful who will begin her show career in 2020. She is a Sunny daughter out of his first litter with Cedar Creek Briar Rose. She has the most beautiful face and moves so much like her dad.
Our "Retired" and "Foundational" Dogs
CKCSC-USA AKC CHAMPION Cedar Creek Isa Jewel
Jewel was a joy to show as she never stopped wagging her tail. She accomplished a lot. Not only did she receive her AKC Championship title but she was our first CKCSC Club Champion She is now retired but has left us with a beautiful legacy of nice puppies. she has been a wonderful producer and I feel so Blessed to have had her in my life.
AKC and INTERNATIONAL CHAMPION IMA GEM
Her father is Champion Covington Paydirt ROM, owned by Heidi Mohn. Her mother is one of our homebred girls. Gemma, like her mother has a sweet gentle spirit, and beautiful presence which won the heart of Judges right from the start. Some of her accomplishments are listed below.
- Best Puppy in Show – Cavaliers of Puget Sound Specialty
- Best Puppy in Sweeps – Bay Area Cavalier Specialty
- Winners Bitch & Best Opposite from the 6-9 class over specials for a 5 point major
- Best in Show Bred By Exhibitor Vancouver Washington Oct 2008
- Best Puppy in Breed Three days in a row in Canada, supported entry
- Winners Bitch two days and Reserve the third
- Cavalier National 2009 Award of Merit
Gemma received her American and Canadian Championships easily and is now retired. She is The 'GRAND DAME' of our household. wE ARE SO GRATEFUL that she became our best producing foundation bitch giving us many Champions. Her temperament, good health along with soundness has been something she has passed on and so many have benefited from.
(Cedar Creek) Lucille Ball
Lucy was a special dog of the heart. She was the foundation for many of my dogs. A spirited girl, who loved to show and wanted to be competitive no matter what the game. She ruled the household and was top dog and everyone knew it. She always had the seat of honor and I owe her a lot. Lucy passed away at 14 years of age. She will always be missed, always be remembered and always loved.