CH Aesthetics Asta La Vista For Pommania
NOR & DEN CH Aesthetics Asta La Vista For Pommania
Kodie is a superb boy bred by Natalia of Aesthetics poms in Russia. His dam is a stunning black and tan girl bred by Cindy of POE Poms in the USA and his sire is the much loved Neo bred by Celeste of CR Poms USA a son of the renowned Ch. Cheyennes Kodiak Bear Second
Kodie is the foundation sire of our black and tan breeding program.
He has made a massive impact in the UK winning many 1st's and RCC under the wold famous Derek Hill of Deronill also gaining his stud book number. This has prompted other kennels in the uk to import black and tans but he is still the top in the country.
Kodie is visiting Norway for a year 2014 to 2015 and will be at very limited stud with conditions attached
22nd April 2012 - Northern Pomeranain Club Champ show - Judge Mr Derek Hill - Deronill
1st Junior dog and the RCC
Junior Dog(13 entries) ( 3 absent)
1.Slocombe, Aesthetics Asta La Vista for Pommania. Black & Tan. I have always stated this colour must be dense black and bright tan & in this boy I would prefer better tan. Whilst I realise many frown on this colour, in an entry which abounded with poor dentition and movement this exhibit had what is necessary. He is of nice size and moved so well on lovely feet and his mouth is a joy with teeth of correct size and placement. He is very well balanced, pulls up well and is responsive. Then mostly this colour is always typey. He has correct eye shape and his look is bright and intelligent. He also has the air of majesty making a nice picture. I thus happily considered awarding RCC as I feel he benefits against what now become two serious faults within the breed. I would not condone breeding for this colour but suggest that one can, through correct breeding obtain rich oranges from it – something else the breed appears to be loosing. Gone the days we saw a line up of deep, bright orange exhibits, all the same size and shape .. May I suggest too much emphasis is now given to attempts to obtain various colours instead of adherence to type and rectification of faults.