Breaker is Blue Boy from the Jayne x Sunny litter. Breaker is owned by, and lives with, the McAllister Family in Mississippi. Breaker is a very special dog to me, as he was selected for me by two very important ladies Dennette Cockley, SumerWynd Belgians and Pat Johnson, Johnsondale Belgians, at 8 weeks. Dennette and Pat came over to my home to evaluate the litter and both of them, unanimously selected Breaker as the nicest male. Thank you Judy and Pete for working with me on Breaker and providing him a fabulous home and lots of attention!
Breaker has tremendous outline, good substance, a lovely headpiece with small, dark eyes and well set ears. He has a fabulous temperament and very clean movement. Breaker is 25" tall and has a complete, scissor bite. I have very high hopes for this boy!
Breaker is a very biddable and social boy. He has moderate drive and is easy to live with. He gets along well with other dogs (males and females) regardless of size and enjoys dog class, dog shows and travels well.
I am very grateful to April Albert for allowing Jayne (Ch. Sarron Joint Venture, CD) to come to Ohio and have a litter with me and also to Shery Alligood for allowing me to have access to frozen semen from the great Sunny (Ch. Johnsondale's Starbuck, CD).
Breakers' first show was at the National in 2006. He was 7 monthes old and took 3rd place in a very competitive class. His next shows were in Columbus Oh in November 2006 - where is took Winners Dog/Best of Winners for 2 pts on Saturday and Winners Dog for another point on Sunday! WOO HOO!!!
Breaker and I attended the BSCA 2007 National Specialty in Maryland in April - and he took 1st place in the Bred By Exhibitor class - over an entry of 9! I was more than a bit choked up as I left the ring - very proud of my adolescent male boy who really showed like a dream for me! I couldn't be happier with him! He's a doll!
Breaker went over to live with Judy and Pete Caronia in May 2007. He was bred to Breezy (Sarron Whisper in the Wind) and sired a baby girl, Saylor.
Breaker picked up another point towards his championship in Aug 2007 and will be shown by Pete out in the Missouri for a while. He'll spend time between Cynergy and Sarron while he finishes his championship and matures.
Breaker finished his championship on Oct 12, 2008 and also picked up his CGC. Breaker has sired two litters for Cynergy - one is 2008 and one in 2009. Breaker is Caras' sire. For more information
on Canine Elbow Dysplasia, please visit the OFA Website.
Breaker is doing great with Judy and Pete Caronia in Missouri! He lives with Breezy, and his girls Saylor and Rayne and tries to keep them all in line. Breaker is doing a little bit of Rally work
with Judy and Pete - but primarily keeps watch over the house and his girls. Thank you Judy and Pete for taking such great care of Breaker!
In September 2012, Judy and Pete had to say good-bye to Breezy. She had stomach cancer and they let her go after her bad days outnumbered her good days. After that loss, Breaker was pretty sad around their house. I asked
Judy and Pete if he could come back to be bred at Sarron and they agreed. Breaker has bounced back being with us here at Sarron. He's been out running with Cara (his daughter) and the other girls quite a bit. Breaker went to
live with his new mom Susan McAllister in MS on January 19, 2013. He has a great home and is settling in well!
Breaker is doing well with Susan as of March 2017. Susan reports that he is the apple of her eye and that she wonders what she ever did without him!
Susan had to make the heartbreaking decision to put Breaker to sleep on June 3, 2017. He had osteosarcoma in his spine. These cancers are just so aggressive once they occur. Susan reported that on May 24
Breaker was a little mopey... so she took him to her vet thinking maybe he had a tick. They couldn't find anything on him, his temp was normal and everything else WNL. So she took him home to watch him. She took
him back to the vet on May 26th, still not feeling well. They did bloodwork, x-rayed his neck - as he seemed a bit sore around his neck - but still everything showed normal. THey sent him home on some
anti-biotics and pain relief. Susan eneded up taking him to her emergency clinic as his condition was worsening on May 29th. She provided information of the last weeks' vet visits, and they kept him overnight on fluids
and pain free until she could take him back to her vet on May 30th. On May 30th, her vet gave her a referral to Mississippi State Vet School for an MRI. On May 31st, Breaker had an MRI that diagnosed him with
Osteosarcoma in his spine. The prognosis was grave, treatment was not an option. He had days to live. She brought him home and said good-bye on June 3rd. RIP dear Breaker... you were an exceptional, dog, pet and companion.