Updated: Dec 18, 2020
An update on our Winter 2018 litter!
Ava "is 25" & 42lbs (I have to give her cottage cheese to help her keep weight over 40lbs. She is SO ACTIVE between training and playing in our backyard with myself and the kids, and running alongside the fence playing with the neighbor dogs.)"
"(Merry) LeeLo is such cuddler! She checks in on us throughout the day to get her cuddles in. She snuggles so closely and completely she would wear us as a suit if she could. She loves her people and will miss us when we start working from the office again. She's finally over her bad habit of eating discarded paper towel - what a relief!"
"Here is a picture of Tersh. He is one handsome dog. He weighs 69 lbs, as he should being the largest of the litter. He also loves paper towels, and people. At the dog park he is more interested in saying hi to the people than the dogs. He has completed his advanced good canine citizen award. Most importantly we are faithful companions to each other."
"Jack is still super talkative and loves his humans. We’re still working on the talking to other dogs on walks thing! He's finally started to ignore some, puff his cheeks and grumble at others, and do the poodle chatty barking thing at others still. He loves his family dearly and is a bit of a mama's boy.
Jack works for his autistic six year old human at home and will be ready to work in public when we get the talking to other dogs sorted out with a trainer. He gets his kid to sleep, especially when words do not come easy to our son at night. "Go to Jack" is part of every calm down plan we have at our house but Jack is usually found near his boy anyway.
He brings so much laughter and joy to our home with his goofy face and night time zoomies. He's also rather fond of our rabbit! We're certain that he thinks the rabbit is a dog because they grew up together. He is so sweet and gentle with the bunny. Jack is the talk of our new neighborhood and everyone stops to tell us how pretty and fancy he looks. Words do not begin to describe how grateful we are to have him in our life.
P.S: He still eats his dinner laying down like he did when he was a tiny pup!"
"Here is Ruby in one of her classic poses!! We are blessed beyond measure! She weighs in at 57 lbs. Ruby in another classic pose. She is the social greeter and queen of our local dog park. She brings joy to all and most of all to us. We cannot thank you enough for laying the groundwork for such a gorgeous, loving, smart, sweet and well adjusted girl. Cannot wait for her to have a companion (hint hint)"