Xsara was a very promising puppy so she was showed a lot during the first two years of her life and during the summer of 2003 she finished her Swedish, Norwegian, Danish and Nordic Championship. During 2004 she completed her International Championship and her Finnish Championship. During the spring of 2004 Xsara spent a month in Canada and attended 4 shows. In March 2005 she went back to Canada for 2 more shows and completed her Canadian championship.
Working wise Xsara showed very good abilities and she had just turned one year old when she ran as lead-dog together with her brother Kiskayo at their first race in Denmark. In a harness she had lots of energy and she just loved to work. In February 2003 Xsara passed the Swedish workingdog test together with three of her litter brothers Kiskayo, Uyak & Shamu.
During Xsara’s first visit to Cananda she was breed to Taolan Traces Of The Cat “Calvin” , before she returned to Denmark. On June 20th, 2004 she gave birth to 6 puppies 4 females and 2 males all wolfgrey. All puppies are checked on hips, elbows and eyes and all are free. This litter was born at Kennel Black Lotus in Denmark.
Xsara really stepped into the grown-up's world when having her own puppies. Her level of activity changed from “puppy level” to “adult level” - she kind of settled down and grew up and suddenly became way more thoughtfull and carefull - at the age of 4 she became a true copy of her mother: Czarik's B-Xantia - her behaviour was the exact same when she had her first litter. During the winter season after having her puppies, we also experienced a change in Xsasa’s behaviour; she did no longer have the same energy up front in lead as she had earlier, so we moved her to second position in the team and today Xsara is a happy team dog- even though she still tries to get control of the team from her new position. Xsara loves to go on the team.. but not on too long and too heavy trails, then she rather chooses the couch for a couple of hours !!!
Xsara is a real sweetheart and her preferred position is on her back - belly up - in our bed or on the couch - a real “cuddle bear”.