HERCULES DE UBBADAT
SELECTED STUD DOG FROM OUR UBBADAT KENNEL
Direct son of the great Champion of Spain (CH.E) and Best in Show (BIS) INTERNATIONAL DE LAS TRECE BARRAS, Hércules carries in his blood a great genetic load of one of the most famous water dogs in history CH.E. COCO DE LA GALEA (Inbred 3,3 – 3)
Hercules is a male of medium size (47cm) and weight (22kg).
Strong dog, with a large chest, very brave and determined.
Among his great qualities we can highlight his masculine head and very good poise (front and rear). His movement is fluid despite being a very strong dog.
CHARACTER, HEALTH AND BEAUTY. FREE OF ANY GENETIC DISEASE
The males that we use as stallions are always tested for the main genetic diseases such as PRA, Congenital Hypothyroidism (CHG) or Hip and elbow dysplasia.
Hércules de Ubbadat
Father: CH. BIS. International de las Trece Barras
(Rayanagua Armani x Ulla)
Mother: Cibeles de las Siete Nubes
(Garbo de las Brisas del Mar x Gorosti)
Date of birth: 09/06/2021
Hair color: brown
Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA): N/N – Free
Congenital Hypothyroidism (CHG): N/N – Free
Hip Dysplasia (HD): A
Elbow Dysplasia (ED): 0
3,3 – 3 CH. Coco de la Galea
3 – 3 Beltza de la Galea
TESTING OF THE MAIN CONGENITAL DISEASES
HÉRCULES DE UBBADAT has been tested and is FREE of ALL the different congenital diseases that most affect the Spanish water dog:
PROGRESSIVE RETINA ATROPHY (PRA)
CONGENITAL HYPOTHYRIODISM (CHG)
HIP DYPLASIA (HD)
ELBOW DYSPLASIA (ED)
HERCULES de Ubbadat
F: CH. BIS. International de las Trece Barras
M: Cibeles de las Siete Nubes
• Progressive Retina Artrophy (PRA): N/N Free
• Congenital Hypothyriodism (CHG): N/N Free
• Hip Dysplasia (HD): A
• Elbow Dysplasia (ED): 0
Stud dogs in breeding
Using one stallion or another in dog breeding depends on many factors: proximity to our kennel, economy, genetics and morphology.
At UBBADAT we are committed to the selective breeding of the Spanish water dog and for this we do not hesitate to travel many kilometers to cover our females with the best possible stallion for them.
Having your own stallions makes things much easier but their indiscriminate use is not recommended because that would not be selecting but rather breeding for breeding.
All the matings carried out by our internal stallions with our own females have reasons to be done and objective results are sought in them.