Stud Dogs of the Past

 These Boys were a huge influence in our breeding programs and the dogs that we have currently today are a direct result of these dogs being in their pedigrees.

CH. Chyscott's Behind The Mask

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Drake - Our newest Champion at Chyscott. Drake finished early 2015 and is now retired from the ring. He is making his mark as a great Stud dog. He has already produced 2 Specialty winners and we are very excited to see what his other offspring will do once they hit the show ring!

"Ch. Chyscott's Lion Heart"
Leo was a beautiful dog that added some extremely nice things to our breeding program. He is in many of our current dog's pedigrees and was a wonderful and sweet dog to have. He is a producer of many National, Regional and Group winning Scotties. We do currently have frozen semen on Leo that will be used sometime in the future, so he will continue to live on in his offspring! He is the father on our Rita and Grandfather on our Macy, Peyton, Oakley, Secret Brooklyn.

 Ch. Chyscott's First Knight ROMS
Lance to this date has been our biggest producer. He is the sire of over 25 plus AKC Champions. His legacy is seen in his puppies, grand puppies & great grand puppies. He recieved the title of Registered Merit of Supreme, which states that he has produced over 25 champions. This is the highest title that can be recieved by a Stud dog. Lance won the Rotating National Specialty Best of Breed from the BBE class when he was just 2 years of age. He went on to win multiple specialties and Terrier groups. He was an amazing dog with a personality that couldn't be beat. We miss our boy every day and find so much joy in his offspring! 

Ch. Chyscott's Coat of Arms
 "Eli" a full litter brother to Lance is another boy of our past that has had a direct influence to our breeding program at Chyscott. Eli a specialty winner himself, sired a National Specialty winning Daughter and many of his grand babies and great grandbabies are specialty winners and group winners. He also is very missed and we feel so thankful to have had both of these boys, because Chyscott wouldn't be where it is today without them!