Sarron Get Your Kicks  

Skip Navigation Links

Ch. Sarron Get Your Kicks,
DoB: 01/15/2004 - 06/12/2020
Sire: BIS, BISS, AM/CAN CH. Sarron Obvious Choice (Harley)
Dam: Unforgettable of Dark Brightness (Natalie)

CERF:Not done yet
Epilepsy:Seizure Free
DoD: 06/12/2020
OFA link

Kix is Pink Girl from the Natalie x Harley "biker" litter, and is a full litter sister to Chopper. Kix is owned by, and lives with, Vickie and Gary Hester, MI and, was bred by, and co-owned by me. Kix is a lovely girl with a solid body and flowing movement.

Kix is the Princess of the Schipperkes at her home in Michigan, but doesn't seem to mind being the guardian of that flock. She sometimes wonders why she is the only one at home with a tail ;).

Kix is a substancial girl, standing almost 24" at the wither and weighing in close to 60 lbs she is VERY similar in structure to her mother Natalie. And she has her mothers headpiece for sure.

Kix earned a major in 2006 - and is up to 13 points. Look for her at a ring near you!

Kix finished her conformation Championship on Dec 1, 2007 by going Best of Winners to pick up her final 3 pt major!!! WOO HOO!!!! Great Job Gary and Vickie! Kix was expertly handled to all but one of her points by Gary (his first try at showing Belgians!). GREAT JOB GARY!!!!

Kix is doing well in 2012! She turned 8 this year. Kix has given up her dog show life and is content to stay home with the Schips and Gary when Vickie goes out to show.

Kix Turned 13 in 2017 and is still doing well. Vickie reports that she and Chad - her Sarron Belgian cousin - still run and play in very Belgian style.

Kix turned 15 in 2019 and still doing well. AMAZING!!! THANK YOU VICKIE AND GARY for taking such great care of Kix!! Her cousin Chad passed away in 2018.

Kix celebrated her 16th!!! Birthday in January 2020. Thank you Vickie and Gary for taking such great care of Kix! Every day with her is a gift.

Vicki and Gary helped Kix cross to The Rainbow Bridge on June 12, 2020. She was an old girl, the last of her litter and lived a great and pampered life. Her health in general was failing and her life was not as enjoyable. Thank you to Vicki and Gary for loving her all these years and taking such great care of her. Until we meet again...