|Yellow ribbon sable female "Xena"
Well I wanted to give you an update on how Xena
and I are doing. She is happy, healthy, and growing so quickly!
is friendly with everyone she meets. Our neighbors come over to visit with her almost every day. She met our veterinarian,
has started puppy kindergarten, and is going to be joining a social group in a couple of weeks.
She's very smart, she's already able to sit, lay down, and answer to her name. She's surprisingly
comfortable being on-leash, too. Our trainer is a great fit. As it turns out, she's also working with a male that was from
one of your previous litters...small world!
She has already gotten
comfortable in her crate at home and in the car.
toy is currently the nylabone puppy key ring. Well, it's actually a tie between that and munching on a bully stick.
She loves carrots and ice cubes, both of which she spends more time chasing than actually
We are both very happy and Xena is currently taking one
of her many daily puppy naps.
I will update you again soon.
Michelle & Xena
|Pink ribbon sable female "Josephine"
Just wanted to share some pictures of Josie. The puppy
next to her is a puggle that she babysits on occasion. His name is Connor. She is just amazing. Gentle and patient with all
his puppy antics and will calmly correct him when he gets too boisterous. She is the sweetest dog I've ever had. You have
a great talent for breeding wonderful shepherds. As i have said before we can't thank you enough for such a beautiful, smart,
and loving dog.
Bruce and Susan
We can't begin to tell you how wonderful Josie is. We brought
her to my son's baseball game Saturday and you wouldn't believe how many people complemented her. She was fantastic with meeting
new people, no fear and extremely gentle. Sunday she paid a visit to Bethanny Health Care Center and once again left quite
an impression. She's adjusting well to her crate and has also begun to walk on a leash (just a light nylon rope attached to
her collar). No appetite issues at all, it's easy to see why she wound up as the biggest of the bunch. She is so eager to
please I expect that housebreaking will go quite quickly. We are so fortunate to have gotten one of your pups and we wanted
to thank you for letting us have Josie. She is an absolute joy!
Again thank you for such a wonderful dog,
Sorry we haven't been in touch lately but we've been beyond busy.
I have to tell you that Josie is probably the best dog I've ever owned. She has a fantastic temperament, is extremely pack
oriented and is incredibly smart
I've had to modify the latches on her crate because she's figured out how to open it
from the inside by herself. At first we thought we might not have latched it correctly but after the second time I watched
her in the crate flipping the latches with her nose and paws. She hasn't been able to circumvent the new latches yet but I
wouldn't be surprised if she eventually does.
One of the reasons that we decided to get a dog was for my youngest son
Evan. Last summer he was attacked and severely bitten by a malamute with absolutely no provocation. He wound up in the emergency
room with multiple puncture wounds on his arm. Fortunately there were no lasting injuries and he has completely healed physically.
The mental aspect of it is another story.
Because of Josie however, he has the chance to experience a good relationship
with a dog. They truly love each other. I can't thank you enough for such a wonderful dog.
|Red ribbon sable female "Elsa"
Elsa all ready knows how to sit, lie down, and high five. She is
a very smart girl. She is already making it through the night only getting let out once. She is getting along with everyone
and she loves her new sister (a jack russel). Thanks for a great pet. Noah