Siren is our baby. We purchased her from the same breeder that Elara came from in Massachusetts, and we have big dreams for her. On her first day in the show ring at 4 months old she wowed the judges and walked away with Best Novice Puppy in Show, with a huge entry of novice puppies! She acts like she owns the ground she walks on and already shows like a superstar, making everyone sit up and take notice. Siren just turned 6 months old and will start competing for points in the new year, so far she has earned 2 Best Novice Puppy in Show and a Best Baby Puppy in Group in a local sweepstakes competition.
Siren's sire is a wonderful dog from Russia, who has a fantastic track record in the European show scene. Her dam is a Multi Specialty winner in the United States who also happens to be a great hunter.
On Siren's first official weekend in the ring she picked up her first 3 points by going Winners Bitch the first day, then Best of Winners and Best of Breed over a special the second day! She even made the judges cut in the group competition among some wonderful dog and handler teams. Siren has now earned 6 of her needed 10 points for her Championship, and she is just 15 months old. With shows shut down this year we managed to make it to only one so far since March, Siren showed very well and went Reserve winners bitch to Halo once over the weekend.
Siren also participated in the sprinter trial in July. Although she was not sure about it for her first run, and needed some assistance, she was eager for the second and third and qualified in both. Her top speed was 31km/h, and she should earn her Novice Sprinter title in just 2 more runs.
Siren was a difficult dog to work in the field, and with her being the first dog I have fully trained myself, it was very trying. She showed early promise as a puppy, but this summer her instinct had gone on vacation and I was worried our runs in the Vizsla Society of Ontario field tests would be all for nothing. However, at the last minute she turned it on and it did not stop. On the weekend of September 12th/13th 2020, Siren earned her Field Dog Jr title in 3 runs, with incredible scores of 94, 96 and 99 out of 100. She may have been a late bloomer, but big things will come out of this dog.