Reg #: SN557044/05 OFA: EXCELLENT; PEDIGREE
Tuffy was a very free spirited and large ranging dog. She worked independently in the field and was always hunting and on the
go! Tuffy completed her CKC Field Dog title (FD) on the day of her first birthday. Her test scores put her on the CKC Top Ten F.D.
list for 1999 - not bad for a 12 month old! She went on to win numerous top Field placements, that included the 2002 NVA
National Championship, 2005 Gun Dog Champion, 2006 NVA Champ. Tuffy was also a Canadian Champion. She was the most successful
Canadian owned Vizsla in the American field trial world!
In summary Tuffy's titles are:
AKC: Dual Champion (Field Champion & Conformation
CKC: Can. CH & FD (Canadian Conformation Champion , Field Dog (hunting title equal to Senior Hunter in AKC Hunting Tests)
Field: 4xCH (4 time winner of field trials; Field Dog Stud Book designation of Champion)
TT= Temperament Tested
past awards & accolades are numerous; click the links below to check them out!
Tuffy & her numerous Awards
Tuffy finishes her Am Championship Aug 2003;
Beauty brains and performance in the field!!
Best of Breed
NVA 2002 National Champion
Finishes her AFC handled by Barry Bassingthwaighte
NVA Commemorative Painting
Alert & intense
2005 National Gun Dog
Wins 2006 (March) NVA Championship in Grovespring, MO; courtesy of NVA
Runner-up in VCA NGD stakes Wisconsin Spring 2007
Whelped: May 17, 1998 - August 5, 2010
Owner: Onpoint Kennels, John Reid
Tuffy - 4xCH/NGDC/DC/AFC/Can CH Onpoint's Tuff Stuff FD TT
Sire: FC AFC RAANY FD SH (#1 AKC DERBY Dog 1997, Il. Region Futurity Winner)
Dam: Askim's True Morgan JH (Il Futurity Winner, FC & CH)
Best of Winners
Best of Winners & Opposite Sex
3rd place at the VCA National Gun Dog Championship
Onpoint's Tuff Stuff, Tuffy,
passed over the Rainbow Bridge, in John's arms, at 4:40 pm on Thursday August 5, 2010.
She now rests in peace in the fields where she so loved to run, and where she was so loved,
She will forever watch over the fields of Onpoint. She is gone but will never, ever, be forgotten.
John Reid & Kim Dunn