We are proud to have semen from this well bred Classic / bully type health tested male. We are the only Kennel/Breeder in Australia to own semen from Pantera. We look forward to bringing Pantera into our breeding program in the future. 


Pantera is dual American Champion and an outstanding conformation show dog. He is a multiple Best In Show (BIS) winner where has has taken out the title BIS both as a puppy and an adult. Pantera has multiple show titles and these include an ABRA Junior Champion (USA), ABRA Champion (USA), and UKC Champion (USA). He has also earned working titles CGC and DHT (see below).


Pantera is a Classic / bully type, weighs 98lb (45kg), and stands at 24 inches. He has good conformation and is a clean breather. Pantera owner boasts that his temperament is flawless and that he passes his intelligence & great temperament onto his pups. He is level headed, smart, no aggression, solid nerves, and loves to please. 


Pantera is a great all-round American Bulldog. With his excellent health testing results, his working & conformation titles, and amazing temperament we had no hesitation on bringing him into our kennel. He is going to be a credit to our breeding program. 






















 

                                  

Penn Hip .34 .32  (No DJD)


NCL: CLEAR


Ichthyosis: CLEAR


OFA Cardiac: Normal


OFA Patellas: Normal


DNA Profiled































SIRE:    Jnr. CH. & American CH. RIVERCITY's Jersey Sure Fire



Pantera's sire is Hardy is both a Junior & American champion. He also has a good temperament & nice structure. Hardy is tightly bred Dailey's bloodlines. Dailey's American Bulldogs is owned by Jeff Dailey who has been breeding American Bulldogs in the USA for about 25 years and he has produced numerous champions.





























Both parents of Pantera are Penn Hip tested, NCL & ICH CLEAR




DAM:   American CHASTEEN's Little Nicky 



Pantera's Dam is Nicky and she was also bred by Tasha Chasteen from Chasteen's American Bulldogs in the USA. Nicky is a Classic / bully type, a heavy girl weighing 95lb (43kg), and stands at almost 24 inches. Nicky has a great temperament, she is a gentle girl, and she gets along with everyone.


























GRAND-SIRE:    American Dual CH. (ABRA/NKC) VENN's Gaucho








TITLE DESCRIPTIONS BELOW


BIS - Best In Show

The dog defeats all dogs that competed in the conformation show. 


BISP - Best In Show Puppy

The puppy defeats all dogs in "puppy" class (6-12 months) that competed in the conformation show. 


BST - Breed Suitability Test

This test is an evaluation of a dog's temperament, conformation, character, and working ability.

Only qualified dogs are eligible and pre-requisites must be met. 

This test is modeled on the Breed Standard and it is designed to select dogs that are worthy of being bred


CAL1 - Certificate of Aptitude to Work
In order to be awarded the dogs must be subjected, with favourable outcome, to the following 3 exercises; Behaviour towards friendly strangers, Indifference to firearms noise, Defense of the handler.

   
CD1 - Companion Dog

In order to be awarded the dog must score at least 170 / 200 points, must pass all exercises in the test, and must do so under 3 separate judges at 3 separate shows. The 6 exercises in obedience are; Heel on Leash & Figure 8, Stand for Examination, Heel Free, Recall, Long Sit, Long Down.


CGC - Canine Good Citizen

In order to be awarded the dog must be subjected, with favourable outcome, to the following 10 exercises; Accepting a Friendly Stranger, Sitting Politely for Petting, Appearance & Grooming, Out For a Walk (Loose Lead), Walking Through a Crowd, Sit & Down on Command & Staying In Place, Coming When Called, Reaction to Another Dog, Reaction to Distraction, Supervised Separation.


DHT - Defense of Handler Temperament

This title allows your dog to participate in the Triathlon & Pentathlon for up-to six months, after the allowed time frame you MUST obtain a GDT in order to continue to compete. 

GDT - Guard Dog Temperament
This title allows your dog to participate in the Triathlon or Pentathlon if you do not already have a recognized sport protection title.

IDT3 - Irondog Triathlon
This title means your dog has completed an Irondog Triathlon.

IDT5 - Irondog Pentathlon
This title means your dog has completed an Irondog Pentathlon.

Irondog Ranking System
Your dog is considered a RANKED Irondog if it finishes first, second or third in a trial consisting of FIVE or more dogs (5 dogs MUST complete the ENTIRE Triathlon / Pentathlon), The Ranking system is designed to help make breed selections. RANKED ID3 and RANKED ID5 are different titles than the non-ranked ID3 & ID5.


IWPA - Medalist
International Weight Pull Association Championships are held at the end of the pull season and located in USA or Canada. During the pull season IWPA members compete their dogs within their region for points earned based on placings at a pull. Within their region points are added together at the end of the season to determine the placings for regional medals - gold, silver, bronze. These regional medalists, along with 4th and 5th place dogs are invited to attend the International Championships to compete with other regional medalists to win the title "International Champion".


APA - Medalist
American Pulling Association is an organisation that holds weight pull competitions across USA. Other weight pull organisations in the USA include United Kennel Club (UKC) and International Weight Pull Association (IWPA). Although the rules differ from group to group, the general idea is the same in each venue. A dog, wearing a specially-designed harness, pulls a weighted vehicle a distance of 16 feet in 60 secs or less. Dogs earn qualifying scores, champion points, and other awards based on the percentage of their body weight that they pull.


UWPCHX
United Weight Pull Champion Excellent - UKC weight pull title


PH - Police Dog 

This means your dog is qualified and certified for active service in the Police Force, Military, Customs etc. The PH 1 is so difficult and the exercises are so demanding that a dog is typically 3 1/2 years or older before entered into PH 1 examination.


SCH I  II  III - Schutzhund

Training tests that originated in Germany, are geared to identify the suitability of dogs to work in stamina & endurance, agility, temperament & nerves, courage, intelligence, handler loyalty, and desire to work.

There are multiple levels of titles in obedience, tracking, and protection.