Ch. Hurd’s Babe in the Woods (CH. Hurd’s Tequilla Kid X Thurmer’s Teena Doll) winning BISS Chihuahua Club of Oklahoma handled by Marie Hurd (right) and winning BOV  under Louis Muir, handled by Clara Alford (left).  



Babe’s two littermates, 2 1/4 lb., Ch. Hurd’s Tiny Tequilla Kid handled by Clara Alford under judge Iris de la Torre Bueno (left) and Ch. Hurd’s Tarzan handled by Marie Hurd under  judge William Kendrick.

Ch. Capp’s Bonanza handled by Clara Alford.  Bonanza’s biggest claim to fame was that he was the grandsire of Ch. Stober’s Eduardo Luis Delgado, whose picture represents the Longcoat variety in AKC’s “The Complete Dog Book”.

Ch. Hurd’s Botchimee (Ch. Hurd’s Tequilla Kid X Ch. Hurd’s Cherie) handled by Marie Hurd.  Botchimee was the dam of Ch. hurd’s Gambling Bob, one of Robert and Lois Caviness’ foundation stock.

Ch. Hurd’s Bit O’Honey (Ch. Grosart’s Rickee Rue X Hurd’s Honey) was Hurd’s first Toy Group winner.  She was handled to this win  by Marie Hurd (above-right) under judge Percy Roberts. Picture on left, she is finishing to her championship handled by breeder, owner Max E. Hurd.  Bit O’Honey was the dam of Ch. Hurd’s Rickee Rue, Ch. Hurd’s Honey Bee and Ch. Hurd’s Tub O’Honey.

Ch. King’s Bounty, grandson of Ch. Bill’s Toverson, Ch. Bill’s Calamity Jane and Bill’s Billy the Kid, pictured finishing to his championship on the New England circuit, handled by Clara Alford. Bounty was owned by Max E. Hurd and was the sire of BIS winner Ch. Hurd’s Honey Bee.  

American and Canadian Ch. Hurd’s Lil Angel also sired by Ch. King’s Bounty.  Bred and handled to American championship by Max E. Hurd.

Ch. Hurd’s Lil Indian (Ch. Hurd’s Tequilla Kid X Lana’s Mona) was one of our all time favorites. She finished to her championship by going WB at the National Specialty (lower right) under judge Percy Roberts handled by Marie Hurd.  Other majors under J.J. Duncan (upper left)  handled by Clara Alford and Robert Waters (lower left) handled by Max E. Hurd.  Upper right she is pictured winning Toy Group under judge Forrest Hall handled by Marie Hurd.  Indian was bred by Monte F. Littler who maintained three  well bred bitches, used outside studs, never showed his dogs but was one of our best mentors and along with his wife Mamie, were true friends.   

Ch. Hurd’s Rickee Rue is pictured going Best of Opposite Sex at the Chihuahua Club of America National Specialty under English judge Thelma Gray. Rickee was WD at the Milwaukee Chihuahua Specialty and BOS at the Oklahoma and Dallas Specialties and had several group placements. 

Ch. Silver Smoke of Sassafras sired by Ch. Silver Sparkle of Sassafras pictured finishing to his championship.  I am often asked if we have had other breeds.  Marie bred and exhibited Toy Poodles for a number of years.  Smokee along with “Hot Shot” and “Fifi” were our housepets.

Ch. Hurd’s Honey Bee (Ch. King’s Bounty X Ch. Hurd’s Bit O”Honey) pictured winning Best In Show at the Mile High Kennel Club Show under judge Clara Alford, Handled by Peggy Hogg.  Trophy presenter is longtime Chihuahua breeder and judge Robert Hatch.

Ch. Hurd’s Honey Bee pictured winning BISS under judge Edd E. Bivin at the Chihuahua Club of Oklahoma Show. Honey Bee’s half brother, Ch. Hurd’s Rickee Rue went Best of Opposite Sex.