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black tricolour female born on 28.10.2019

weight: 18 kg

height: 54 cm


Exams: N/A

CEA, PRA, CAT: negative (2021, 2023)

Glaucoma: negative (2021, 2023)

DKK 0/0

DLK 0/0

Not affected by OCD

clear/normal all following:

Collie Eye Anomaly, CEA (NHEJ1)

Early Adult Onset Deafness (EAOD)

Multiple Drug Sensitivity (MDR1)

Trapped Neutrophil Syndrome, TNS (VPS13B)

Goniodysgenesis and Glaucoma (OLFM3)

Primary Lens Luxation (ADAMTS17)

Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis 1, NCL 5 (CLN5 Border Collie Variant)

Myotonia Congenita (CLCN1 Exon 23)

Cobalamin Malabsorption, IGS (CUBN Exon 53)

Raine Syndrome (FAM20C)

Juvenile Epilepsy (LGI2)

Juvenile Myoclonic Epilepsy (DIRAS1)

and another 180 genes tested with clear/normal results


breeder: Jana Grešová


About Chess

Her owner says: Chess is the most funny and lovely dog I know. Every day she comes up with some funny inventions. 
She loves to help daily, bringing socks to me or picking things up, if I ask her to get it. And always with a tail there is waggling and a happy face - she always gives a smile on my lips. 
She loves to have jobs, whatever it is. 
She is still perfectly relaxing at home and has a nice balance in this. 



Kessy comes from a fully tested litter with all 7 pups having perfect results (5x HD A, 2x HD B, 7x ED 0/0, 7x OCD free) from 5 different countries. She is the full sister of Alfine (IGP2), Jasper (IGP3 and OB3), Alef (OB3 and RH-TB), Ursa (OB3), Cara (OB3), Cillian (OB1), and Corvin (OB1). Her siblings and other pups from Ree and Sheba are doing very nicely in various sports disciplines and training areas and have very cool characters to live with.



Observations from training

Her owner says: At work Chess is on fire, she works perfectly for food, toys and happiness. 
She is always doing her best, she is using her brain and listening even when it's going fast.

Chess is a fast learner in every way, she is very focused to signals from the handler, and that makes demands to the handler. 

Chess is totally quiet when she is working, no stress barking or anything in work. She is a dog there who knows what she wants, and the expectations of happiness can be a little overwhelming. But when I'm training my other dog, she is laying patient, still and just looking, and waiting.

Chess has an unused herding talent. She is tested on sheep, perfect in balance, turn on, and instinct. No unwanted herding at all. 

Chess was starting on IGP training, she had a good bite on the sleeve, and showed talent on part C. 
Of personal reasons, we changed to obedience and that works perfectly for both of us.
Chess is also doing fitness, which she loves.

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