"Well balanced & high quality male."
"Classic masculine head with correct ears."
Our next dog was supposed to be a hunting dog but Chili came into our life like it was meant to be. I have watched Chili and his siblings grow up since they were born. I even went to see them before most of them moved to their new homes. After a while Chili and his brother Casper were looking for the perfect home of their own so they were still together. Then one day we got an emergency message that Casper had broken his leg badly and Chili needed a place to live while his brother recovers. Late in the same evening we drove to pick up Chili. When your friend needs you, you gotta help.
When Chili came to our home it felt like he had always been with us and our older cirneco Indy was happier than ever to have a friend just like him. Our poodles feel like Indy is little bit too pushy for them, but now Indy got a friend that understood him straight away. It was magical to watch these two play together like they had been together forever. After couple of days we decided that Chili should stay with us - and so he did :)
Chili is like a wild tornado, always going from place to place, usually all four legs up in the air. He loves with all of his heart and likes to snuggle right next to me. Chili has really sensitive side, he must be taught and handled really softly or his eyes turn into threatening cobra eyes and he refuses to co-operate at all because his feelings have been hurt. On the other side he likes to command with his lovely voice... Chili has inherited his high pitched voice from his mother Isla and Chili likes to use it a lot.
Because of Chili's sensitive side, it has been a long road with him when it comes to running trials. During his first year I could see the continuous development in him when he was getting more and more self-confidence. Luckily Chili is also persistent and he loves to run, so we could have been enjoying this hobby together. As long as Chili loves to run after the lure, that's all that matters.
"Lovely very promising young dog."