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Legend Strongheart-Rinty - Dog: Legend Strongheart-Rinty

Photos of Legend Strongheart-Rinty and his half Sister Godiva Wolf-Spirit K-9 Rinty and photos of family members of their respective pedigrees. Breeder: Kathy Lyons Pettit, Owner: Wayne Hawkins, Kennel Name: Wayne's Canine Haven →15 picture(s)

Legend at 9 weeks oldLegend at 8 weeks oldLegend at 3 months oldOlto-Van-Noort Legend's fatherGretel-Vom-Haus-Green, Legend's motherlarus-von-batularus-von-batularus-von-batularus-von-batuVA1 Zamp vom ThermodosVA1 Zamp vom ThermodosVA1 Zamp vom ThermodosVA1 Zamp vom ThermodosVA1 Zamp vom ThermodosVA1 Zamp vom ThermodosVA1 Zamp vom ThermodosVA1 Zamp vom ThermodosLegend and his older half sister Godiva on the father's sideOlto-Van-Noort Legend and Godiva's fatherUKC BIMBS GRCH Heavenly's Crazy Bout U is Legend's half brother on his father's side.Legend and his litter mates.Legend's parents Legend at 8 1/2 weeksLegend's FatherLegend's FatherLengend at 5 months old.Legend's older half brother on his mother sideHere's Legend at 4 months old. Legend"s half sister Godiva Wolf-Sprit K-9 RintyLegend's half sister Godiva Wolf-Spirit K-9 RintyOwner: Wayne Hawkins of Legend and Godiva

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