Group Placing CH. Polish Hill’s Cara Mi Amour
Sire: Group Placing National Specialty BOB CH. Elzbieta’s Czmatke Polishill
Dam: White Star’s Peekaboo Polish-Hill
Birthdate: June 17, 2003
Color: Beige & White
Like Reba, Mia’s greatest assets are her outgoing, gentle, lady-like demeanor and her outstanding conformation that she passes onto her progeny. She also possesses the beige, almost apricot coloring, while once very common in the PON breed, now is very rare and almost extinct, in my opinion. I cannot remember the last time I have seen that type of coloring in a PON in recent years.
Mia finished her championship before she was two years old and took a Herding Group 4 where she was the only owner-handled dog to take a Herding Group Placement that show. Mia has wonderful conformation: beautiful topline, reach and drive, and an excellent rear conformation, which remains sorely lacking in this breed.
Mia’s gentle nature with young and old, both canines and especially humans is what endears her to everyone that comes to our home. She is one of the first to greet strangers at the door and is happy to sit near all visitors displaying her happy hostess behavior. Mia remains one of our all time favorite PONs and happily snuggles next to us each night keeping warm.
Mia has produced many fine champions for Polish Hill. Her first litter produced CH. Polish Hill’s Heart Throb (Romeo). He was the only puppy out of a litter of 3 males to be shown. Mia produced CH. Polish Hill’s You’re So Vain (Carly) again the only puppy to be shown out of her second litter. Mia’s third litter produced 5 females. Three of the four pups shown in conformation all became champions. CH. Polish Hill’s Some Like It Hot (Zoya) went Best-Bred-By Exhibitor/ Winners Bitch/Best of Winners at the 2009 National Specialty for a 5 point Major. One of Zoya’s littermates competed at Westminster, CH. Polish Hill’s Fun In The Sun (Emily). The fourth pup shown from that litter needs one major to finish her championship.