Meet South Africa’s top show dogs

CH. & INT. CH EUKLEIA AURORA SPARKLE OF SIVHANA, also known as Bandit

CH. & INT. CH EUKLEIA AURORA SPARKLE OF SIVHANA, also known as Bandit

Bandit, Staffordshire Bull Terrier, is co-owned and loved by Prof. Eurika van Heerden and Lourens ten Napel. Bandit, also known as the white dog, has set the bar for Staffords to follow from being a rescued dog at the age of 13 months to the most successful Stafford in history. For the last three years Bandit has been the most awarded Stafford under specialist judges and all breed judges. Regarded by many specialist judges as being in a class of his own, Bandit has lived up to expectations by winning the following awards, to name a few:

·        Numerous Specialty Best in Shows;
·        Numerous All Breeds Best in Shows;
·        1st Stafford in history to reach as high as number 3 in the Animaltalk Top Dog Awards;
·        KUSA National Terrier 2015;
·        KUSA Showdog of the year Terrier group winner 2015;
·        Showdogs leaderboard winner 2013,2014,2015;
·        Winner of all available trophies to a single Stafford presented by all the Breed clubs in South Africa in 2015.
 
Bandit finished in the third position in the 2015 Animaltalk Top Dog Awards, sponsored by Complete. He was also the Top Terrier.

Bandit finished in the third position in the 2015 Animaltalk Top Dog Awards, sponsored by Complete. He was also the Top Terrier.

Bandit’s show achievements are phenomenal and it makes his owners proud to dedicate his career wins the breed. On average, approximately 60 Staffords are entered per show and therefore the competition is tremendously tough, but the Stafford community has always been very supportive of Bandit when he was given the chance to fly the flag for the breed.

 

Home life

At home Bandit is the ultimate pet. He has a feet fetish and makes it sometimes impossible to put on shoes, otherwise he just loves being around his family. Bandit loves his walks when visiting the family home in the Drakensberg and is trusted to walk without a lead among the many horses, cows and sheep. At a command he is right beside his people. He is never aggressive towards other dogs or animals and therefore his trustworthy, obedient and gentle nature makes him an absolute pleasure to own.

 

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