Amber Sky Crimson Rosette - 'Rosie'
(Am. Ch. Keepsake Cajun x Baker's Canadian Mist)
BORN
March 11, 2003

AMERICAN KENNEL CLUB NUMBER
SR06639001

HIP CLEARANCE
PENN HIP - NORMAL

OFA - GOOD
LR-153615G28F-PI

ELBOW CLEARANCE
OFA - NORMAL
LR-EL27850F28-PI

CARDIAC CLEARANCE
OFA LR-CA1266/12F/S-PI
NORMAL SPECIALIST

ROSIE'S PEDIGREE

Amber Sky Crimson Rosette, Rosie is wonderful happy go lucky fox red Labrador Retriever. She is considered a fox red shade or variation of the yellow Labrador. Rosie is champion sired by Am. Ch. Keepsake Cajun who was the first 'fox red' yellow Labrador to win an American Kennel Club conformation certificate. Rosie is the dam to our own Ribbon (Rumajas Amber Sky Crimson Ribbon) and our Ruth (Rumajas Amber Sky Crimson Ruth).

Rosie is a very sociable dog and loves to be around people and other dogs. She loves to play, constantly play whether it is with a person or another dog it doesn't matter as long as she is interacting with someone or another dog. Rosie has a wonderful calm personality when the situation demands it and is content to wait until it is her turn for attention. Rosie loves to retrieve over land and she does retrieve out of the water. As previously mentioned her pedigree outstanding in part because she is champion sired, however as a Fox Red Labrador is concerned her pedigree is a bit different from many other fox reds. This is due in part because her dam, Baker's Canadian Mist was not a fox red and the majority of the Labradors in her pedigree came from Borador Labradors in Columbus, Ohio. Rosie's sire, Am. Ch. Keepsake Cajun was bred by Judy McCormick of Keepsake Labradors in Pennsylvania and his pedigree contains many Labradors from the Keepsake Labrador Kennel as well as many from the Kelleygreen Labrador Kennels in Nevada.

To gain more insight on fox red labradors and to understand the quality of Labradors that are behind Rosie including the history, the characteristics, and the kennels and individual Labradors that have impacted fox red labradors of today please check out the links below. For the history of the fox red shade in Labradors and some of the breeders and labradors that have brought it back from near extinction please click on the Fox Red Labrador History. To gain a better understanding on how the color of a fox red Labrador changes from birth to maturity as well as breeding philosophies revolving around fox red Labradors please click on Fox Red Labradors Information. For information about the current fox red Labradors that we presently have at Amber Sky Labradors as well as the Labradors that will be impacting future generations of fox reds please click on Amber Sky Fox Red Labradors today.







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