Fireweed Chesapeakes offers a select number of stud dogs. Our stud dogs are all OFA (hip) certified and have CERF (eye) certification. All bitches bred to our stud dogs must also have OFA hip certification and CERF certification. A Brucellosis test is also required prior to breeding. Frozen and fresh semen available.
View our individual stud dogs pictures and pedigrees. Frozen semen only is available from a few of our males. Fresh or frozen semen available as indicated from our remaining stud dogs. E-mail Fireweed Chesapeakes for more information regarding our stud dogs or stud dog services.
CH Clipper’s Frozen Assets, ROM
Freezer is 85 lbs of power and drive in a supremely athletic body. He is an excellent marker, an accomplished blind runner when not in his “desperado” mode. His puppies have proven to be very talented and trainable with Freezer’s athletic abilities and confirmation.
Freezer has proven to be a top caliber producer. He has produced mulitiple conformation champions, hunt test, tracking and obedience titled offspring. He has a derby winning daughter and son, qualified all-age offspring, and several other field trial competitive offspring gearing up to win! Multiple offspring have completed their bench championships. His star Diamond’s Maximum Surprise “Maxxie” has achieved more in Europeon field trials than any other Chesapeake including winning the 2005 (team) National.
Player ran and placed in both puppy stakes at the 2007 ACC Specialty at just over 6 months old.
He is a well-proportioned, dark brown animal with lots of speed, drive and talent. He started his serious trial career in July and in September won the Derby and JAM’d the qualifying at the ACC Specialty.
In 2010, Player finished his bench championship, and became a qualified all-age field trial dog.
He is out of CH Crackshot’s Ben There Done That by our own CH Genny’s Aim-Me Quick, SH QAA.
Player is a pleaser - fun to run and pleasing to watch, and to look at too!
The “boy” in the group of Qualified All-Age litter mates, Jaime is a handsome fellow with the speed, style and intensity needed to be an all-age competitor. Jamie JAM’d some Derbies, placed and JAM’d in Qualifying stakes, then gained QAA status prior to age 3. Slower to reach maturity than his sisters, he is now ready to move forward to a successful field trial career.
Jaime has already produced some exciting puppies and has potential to be as good a sire as his own.
I did not raise Jamie but love having him back home again. I enjoy his funny, happy go lucky attitude and desire to please and looking forward to a lot of fun for the next several years.