Committed to the improvement of the breed by breeding for health, temperament and better structure in dogs that have the ability to herd.

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Available and update

Dia (F) Moving to CA!
Denley (F) Staying here
Delta (F) moved to Plymouth, MN
Duffy (F) moved to Bemidji, MN
Ditty (F) moving to Indiana!
Dinham (M) available to pet home
Decker (M) moving to Denver, CO
Daffyt (M) available!
Dietz (M) moving to Illinois!
Dunbar (M) available
Dago (M) available
Sorry no new photos were taken over THREE DAYS OF EVALUATIONS! :)The boys that are available are all super sweet pups and would make any home hours of entertainment! Please inquire.

Monday, April 16, 2012

8 weeks old

The puppies turned 8 weeks old on Friday. today is Monday and while packing the car a few days early for the National I thought I should probably get the pups on the table for their first photos......Profile photos were quite hysterical, so you just get their fronts. Overall I think most look pretty similar.

Dia (F)
Denley (F)
Delta (F)
Duffy (F)
Ditty (F)
Dinham (M) I think he has his daddy's head
Decker (M)
Daffyt (M)
Dietz (M)
Dunbar (M)
Dago (M)

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Still available

Evaluations will be done a week from this Thursday for the Higgins x Ell litter. Saturday is the puppy party and Sunday there is a puppy flying out to CA and two headed to OH to the national to meet their new homes. Several will leave during the puppy party too!

That being said I will have several pet quality males after evaluations (they won't ALL be show puppies!) that will be ready to love their new families after the puppy party! If you are interested in one, or know of someone looking for a boy, please do inquire!

I am not sure who they will be yet, as I do have show homes for both girls and boys that are waiting, and its a pretty consistent litter, but I know there won't be a litter full of show puppies, that could never realistically happen to anyone! (but one can dream right?)

Monday, April 9, 2012

The REAL definition of 'litter box trained'

When I say they are 'litter box trained' I didn't necessarily mean they use the litter box for peeing/pooping. HA HA HA. I have no idea why but every litter so far (four of them) have really loved the litter box for sleeping in. In all honesty they do use it about 80% of the time, and 10% of the time their front feet are in, but not the important end, and 10% they blatantly disregard the box. They like to see me scrubbing on my hands and feet!

Hard chewy toys are a comfortable way to rest your weary, worn out head.
Snugglers all around....
Comatose after evening meal.