Northsky's Moon over Parador

We were sort of in a movie theme naming the three pups from Aurora and Eddie. Dreyfuss is named after Richard who starred in the movie "Moon Over Parador"

The most noticeable feature of Dreyfuss is his ears. They are long, curly and classic field spaniel. Another feature of Dreyfuss is his size. At the upper limit of the standard he has "good bone"

Dreyfuss has not shown himself to be a good show dog. He desn't like the ring and the fuss.

So he's not been shown but a few times. His pedigree however is solid and so he was matched with two females, both with a lot of the famous Lydemore Lincoln in their lines. First was Mic (CH Northsky's Music of the Night) and produced out Litter 6, then to Mic's Mother Starry *CH U-CH N'HavenNorthsky's Starry Night) and produced Litter 7. While it is too early to tell indications are that Litter 6 have longer ears and more bone that either their mother or grandmother. Litter 7 appear to have less size (more in line with their mother) but some very nice ear sets and ear lengths.


4wks syack
Dreyfuss at 4 weeks Dreyfuss at about 4 months
tulips ears
Taking time to smell the Tulips Nice Ears

A picture of Dreyfuss and his sister Haley. Because of their effusive nature and red noses, they became known as "The Clownies" Both of them retain some of their puppy like high spirits, though both are very gentle and loving pets.


CH Maplesugar Eclipse in Motion
Black - OFA good – CERF 04- Thyroid 05
Northsky's Moon Over Parador
Liver – OFA good
U-CH NorthSky's Northern Lights 
Liver & Tan- OFA good
SarDeb’s The Everyready Charger
Liver – OFA good
 CH Maplesugar DZ Diva N’Motion CD
Black – OFA  fair
CH Kingsmead WR Matcho Natcho
Liver - OFA Good
CH U-CH Crystal Rose Born to Bloom
Liver _ OFA Good
CH Moroto Cadence
Liver – OFA excellent
CH Cotoica’s Hyde Park Corner
 CH  Maplesugar A Maximum Xposure CDX
Black – OFA good
 CH Blesslea the One and Only CD
Liver – OFA good
Terralan Rainbow Trail
Winter Rose Duchess Delilah
CH Waterfields Falling Star 
CH C'rose Flying High at Waterfield