Erica Azorica, TS

Erica azorica

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Name Erica azorica (it's the name of an Azorean heath species, for her friends she's just Erica)
Date of Birth 08/08/2007
Registry Number RI74804
Microchip 941000003149420
Ancestry Jacob X Alfa, but registered as having unknown ancestry  (click here to view the pedigree)
Colour Grey 
Height at the withers 52 cm
Litters Bred C, G
Eyes Examination

(European College of Veterinary Ophtalmologists)

 

08/07/2012:

Persistent Pupillary Membrane (PPM) - Unaffected 

Persistent Hyperpl. Tunica Vasculosa Lentis/Primary Vitreous (PHTVL/PHPV) - Unaffected 

Cataract (congenital) - Unaffected 

Hypoplasia-/Micropapilla - Unaffected 

Collie Eye Anomaly (CEA) - Unaffected 

Entropion/Truchasis - Unaffected 

Ectropion/Macroblepharon - Unaffected 

Distichiasis /Ectopic cilia - Unaffected 

Corneal dystrophy -Unaffected 

Cataract (non-congenital) - Unaffected 

Lens luxation (primary) - Unaffected 

Retinal degeneration (PRA) - Unaffected 

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My History

Carla and João Silvino really planned my coming here. ;-) It was more or less like this… one day, our friend Dédalo, from the Terceira Island, phoned us and asked: “When are you going to Lisbon?”. “Actually, we are going tomorrow, what do you need?”. And he answers: “Then go to the airport, I’ll be sending you a dog!” And that was it! So here I came to the Mainland. As soon as I got here, it was clear I was keeping up my breeder’s promise – quite honestly, I’m really cute!

Dédalo did send a few recommendations, “beware she is shy, she’s one of those dogs that bonds to a person and won’t take her eyes of her”. Well, that’s true, my eyes are all for Carla, but about being shy…well, ok, I was a bit insecure, but I’ve realized there’s not reason for that, and I love being petted. Specially by Carla. Every time I see her, I have to run to her to see if she’s ok and if she needs some petting from me. More than one I even almost made her fall down, as I’m always so close to her (meaning, in the middle of her feet, so I won’t get separated from her!)