I lost my lovely, gentle Lauren in January 2011. She was bred by Christophe and Martine Pichon and was imported from France in 1996. I felt very privileged to own Lauren. She proved to be a remarkable brood bitch, finishing the year 2000 as Joint Top Tervueren Brood Bitch in Britain (Belgian Shepherd Dog Assn of G.B. point system) and Top Tervueren Brood Bitch 2001 (also Belgian Shepherd Dog Assn of G.B. point system). Lauren was the dam of 8 champions. Amongst the qualities of breed type inherited from her illustrious ancestors, Lauren passed on in particular her excellent body shape, rich red profuse coat, sound movement and steady character.
In her first litter to Ch Magnum de la Clairiere aux Louves, she produced the following: her daughter Ch Corsini La Boheme won a total of 18 CCs and in her day was the Tervueren bitch record. Her son Ch Corsini Lysander was one of the top winning Tervueren in the UK in 2000 winning a total of 5 CCs - more than any other Tervueren that year. He also won a further CC at Manchester Ch Show 2001. A very glamorous male, Lysander went to Australia to live with Rob and Lesley Kane and became an Australian Champion and sired puppies of super breed type and character. Lauren's daughter Ch Corsini L'Air du Temps won the supreme accolade of Best in Show at the French National Specialty 2002, RCAC in Belgium at the National Specialty 2002 and RCAC at the World Dog Show Dortmund 2003. This litter also produced the American Champion Corsini La Diva living in Louisana with Vicki Kelley
Lauren's second litter to Ch Magnum produced Corsini Troubadour who won the Dog CC and Reserve Best of Breed at the Belgian Shepherd Dog Assn. Breed Club Championship show 2004, and gained his title in August 2005. Lauren also produced the Norwegian Champion Corsini Tarantella, owned by Kennel Chevy, and the American Champion Corsini Terracotta, owned by Greg and Bonny in Washington State. Lauren's final litter produced the American AKC and UKC Champion Corsini Jean-Marc who lives in South Carolina with Lynn Brandenberg. He was best Tervueren dog at the UBSDA National Specialty, USA at the tender age of nine months and won his championship title at 10 months.
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