Modest perhaps, but never a slacker, Roscoe has been hard at work recently "making his mark" in the program of our respected breeder colleague Hilary Hammer of Greenwood Park Labradoodles (and in her yard too, I am afraid...). When a stud dog stamps his traits upon his offspring to a marked degree and passes on certain traits to an especially large number of his offspring, even from different dams, he is said to be "prepotent". It is impressive what a "prepotent" little stud Roscoe appears to be: I am having a very hard time distinguishing the pictures of the Greenwood Park gang from our own puppies! While Roscoe's San Francisco pups are a month older, you can see the close family resemblance.
Roscoe's Pups with Greenwood Park "Tilly" and "Gemma" and with Golden Gate's "Brownie" and "Bailey Mae":
|A Roscoe Greenwood Park Pup from Gemma
|A Roscoe & Brownie GGL Pup
|Tilly's Greenwood Park Puppy from Roscoe
|A Roscoe & Bailey Mae GGL Pup-ette!
|A Roscoe-Gemma Greenwood Park Puppy
|A Roscoe-Bailey Mae GGL Puppy
|A Pretty Roscoe Greenwood Park Puppy
|And a little GLL Roscoe girl from Bailey Mae
|A stunner! Roscoe-Gemma Greenwood Park Puppy
|A GGL Doppelganger from Brownie & Roscoe!
|And another one!
You can see the pups and also contact Hilary directly through her website:
And an interesting article on prepotency: Breeding dogs: The importance and development of the prepotent sire