Just a quick guide to some of the abbreviations found on pedigrees.
A "Ch." in front of a dog's name means he/she has earned an AKC championship.
A "GCH" means he/she has earned a Grand Championship. Those dogs who continue to compete in Best of Breed classes after they have earned a Grand Championship may garner more points toward various levels of the Grand Championship title.
A letter (i.e., B,S, G, or P) after the "GCH" indicates either Bronze, Silver, Gold, or Platinium Grand Championship level.
A "BIS" means "Best in Show" and a "BISS" means "Best in Specialty Show." "BIS-OH" means "Best in Show - Owner Handled."
An "ROM" behind a dog's name means the dog has earned a "Register of Merit" award from the American Lhasa Apso Club. To be eligible for an ROM, a female must produce at least 3 champion offspring and a male at least 5 champion offspring.
We hope you enjoy looking at our Lhasas' pictures and pedigrees!
GCh. Ch. Joyslyn's Heartbreaker, ROM
Call Name: Breaker
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BIS-OH GChB. Ch. Joyslyn MLS Dakota Wind Breaker
Call Name: Josh
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Ch. Joyslyn's Moon Shadows
Call Name: Chance
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Ch. Joyslyn's Heart Song
Call Name: Kimmi
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Ch. Joyslyn's No Regrets
Call Name: Greta
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Ch. Joyslyn's Onyx
Call Name: Onyx
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Ch. Joyslyn's Moonlight Beckons
Call Name: Bekka
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BISS GCH CH. Joyslyn's Wind Song
Call Name: Autumn
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