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Seairsha is the mother to our Beaches (2/5/2022) and our Symphony (9/10/2022) litters.
She was retired in 2023 at 5 years old after two litters at Ghibli.
Upon retirement we chose to redo her OFA Hips and she scored Good!

2024 Title Goals: URO2, RN, VHM

Co-owned with and bred by Marriah Propert of Propert's Way Poodles
Groomed by Tessa Tewksbury

DAM: Yadda Dare to Hope
SIRE: Syquefine's Roarin Red Remington

Thyroid: Normal
Sebaceous Adenitis: Normal
DM, vWD, NEwS, PRA: Clear
BetterBred Profile: https://www.betterbred.com/profile/?link=3812
OFA Profile: https://www.ofa.org/advanced-search?f=sr&appnum=2040985

 Seairsha is one of the most laid back and sweetest poodles I have ever met.  She adores attention and especially adores children. Seairsha loves soft toys that she will carry around in her mouth everywhere she goes. All she wants out of life is for someone to throw her toy and rub her belly. Upon completion of her UKC Championship, she was placed in a lovely Guardian home just up the road from us and she still frequently comes to visit and play here! She also passed her Therapy Dog test with flying colors just before Covid hit! She has passed all her health testing.

Birthdate: 2/19/2018

OI: 0.29
IR: 0.00

What Do These Numbers Mean?
On average, Poodles test at 0.25 for Outlier Index (OI) which measures how common or diverse their genetics are compared to the rest of the gene pool. Diversity breeders aim to increase OI. Seairsha is the outlier female in our foundation dogs and she tests higher than breed average.
Internal relatedness (IR) measures how in-bred or out-bred a dog is. The average IR for the breed is 0.02 and diversity breeders aim to decrease the IR or go below that average.  Seairsha has a decent IR.
Haplotypes are a gene associated with the dog's immune system. Certain haplotypes are associated with a slight increase risk of SA and/or Addisons and other haplotypes are not associated with risk. Seairsha does not carry those risky haplotypes.
Studies have shown that by increasing OI and decreasing IR and being mindful how we breed dogs with risky haplotypes, we can breed healthier poodles with less incidence of autoimmune disease like Sebacious Adenitis (SA) or Addison's disease.

Momma Seairsha with puppy Juno, now Jubilee.