OFA: Final tests CEA/CEH, PRCA/-D, HC Pending
Hips, pending --Elbows, Patellas, Thyroid Normal, CERF Clear 10, Ht: 16.5 in
WT: 27 lbs, HSF4-(HC) N/N
Cha Cha with help from the dog sitter and Dragon had her second and last litter
of puppies in Jul 12.
As Cha Cha is dual registered this litter is eligible for AKC Foundation Stock
Service and AKC registry.
2012 has brought lots of changes with Mini Aussies and Mini American Shepherds
Cha Cha will stay Mini Aussie
6wk pics are on the Gottabe Aussies Flickr page at
CHA CHA CHA
takes her first adult
Best of Breed and Group 3rd
at the Rancho Cordova UKC Show
Cha Cha may begin hitting the show ring again this year to finish off her Championship-- we will
have to see
UKC Show 18 and 19 Aug 07 -- Rancho Cordova CA
18 Aug 07 -- S1 -- First in class and Reserve Female, S2 -- First in class
and Reserve Female
19 Aug 07 -- S1 --First in Class and Best Female; S2 -- First in Class,
Best Female, Best of Breed, Best of Winners and Group 3
OFA: Elbows, Patellas, Thyroid Normal, CERF Clear 10, Ht:
16.5 in WT: 27 lbs
Cha Cha Cha is a beautiful, happy girl named after the famous ChaCha Muldowney (her whole
litter was named for race drivers), but she was going to be renamed until my 2 year old granddaughter came into the room,
scooped her up and said
"oh my ChaChaCha"
and gave her a big kiss on the head-- then it was a done deal: ChaChaCha it stayed.
ChaCha was bred by Lori McClelland of Gottabe Aussies. We knew from the start that there
was something special in this little girl and gave her the chance to prove it; and following in the foot steps of her parents,
ChaCha started her show career off with a bang!
At the Sacramento Rarities & NAKC show she took all 4 herding group puppies and 2 of the 4
Best in Show Puppy! At the UKC Salt Lake City Show in May 07, she took all the Non Regular Aussie puppy
classes and again in the Aug 07--Rancho Cordova CA -- Cha Cha takes her first Best of Breed & Group placement over finished
dogs on 19 Aug giving her her first points toward her UKC and MASCA Championships!!!
Currently we are working on obedience and our CGC and will begin training for herding trials
in the fall