Here are some pictures of Brute, he is getting
big and independent! He is beautiful!
Brute at 3 months of age!
Kane is an awesome dog! We love him! He adjusted to
us almost instantly. Great personality, ready to go
on car rides and loves the girls. We have no
complaints. Kane is growing so fast that it seems he
grows an inch or two ever night. He is a great dog;
he kind of reminds me of a new kid in the family. A
two year old to be exact. He knows when he is doing
wrong and waits for you to turn your head. I could
go on and on, but I won't.
A BIG THANK YOU IS IN ORDER!
THANK YOU SHELLEY! WE LOVE KANE.
Kane at 8 weeks!
I thought I
would send you some pictures of Brutus. I must
say I did not believe you when you told me about the
King Shepherds behavior. I thought, "Well he
is a dog and I'll love him no matter what he does".
He is wonderful. It is true that he does not
jump on us when we come home. If we have bags
in our hands he waits patiently for us to put them
down. Then he sits so nice and we pet him,
however, look out if you don't! Her will run
after you and kind of pushes against your leg, "Hey,
I'm here so pet me!".
Blacky was my first dog so he
has always had a special spot in my heart. But
I must say Brutus has stolen my heart also. I
can not even imagine not having him here with us.
I think that Brutus does not
think that plants belong in the house! He
likes to take them out of the pots. He'll
leave a pot of dirt alone. So I have some fake
plants, a small price to pay to have him. I
enjoy him everyday. He is so playful. He
loves to chase shadows like a cat. He pounces
on them. Imagine a huge dog like him pouncing
on the floor. Sometimes I'm afraid that he is
going to break his nose. He also jumps like a
kangaroo, all four legs come off of the ground at
the same time!
There is so much more that I
can write about Brutus, but I will be here all day.
So again, thank you.
Brutus at 8 months and his 3 year old
Black GSD "brother"!
Good Morning Shelley,
Frauline is doing wonderful.
Bryan taught her how to roll over. It is really
cute how she learned it. He put her in a sit,
then rest position and then to roll. So now
when you say Fraul roll over she instantly goes
into a rest (laying down) position, then rolls
to over to one side. She is so.....smart. She
learned it in a couple of days.
The vet called me this
afternoon. I was so flattered when the she
told me today that we got a heck of a deal
getting Frauline. She said she is an
excellent dog and was very impressed with her.
Saturday, Karen, (her son
Brent), Shelli (her Shepherd Vinnie) and I
went to watch the show and when I got there
I regretted not bringing Frauline. I was
worried about how she would behave so I had
left her home. Well fortunately for me (I
have good friends), Karen & Shelli said they
would go back with me today. So, Karen,
Brent, Shelli (her two boys and St.
Bernard), me & Frauline went back. Frauline
was totally awesome. She behaved
exceptionally well. I would say for the
first half hour Frauline was completely
alert and registered on the dogs completing
the competitions. After that I think she
was disappointed because she wasn't able to
have any fun and she decided to just hang
out and lay low with us.
Keep in touch,
Frauline at 8 months!
I want to thank you for meeting with us today, we
most certainly enjoyed
our time with you. You are a lovely person, and we
absolutely love the dogs. I still can't get over
how beautiful the dogs are. The photos do not do
I am especially impressed with Bustah. He is
exactly the size dog we
are looking for, and has the perfect temperament
that we desire.
My daughter was so surprised at how gentle all the
dogs were, and how well they responded to your
Armand and I are truly looking forward to our little
puppy even more so after seeing your beautiful dogs.
Again, thank you so very much for giving of your
time, we can imagine how busy you must be with three
little children, a husband, and your Kings to take
Looking forward to hearing from you soon.
find a few pictures of Big Joe. He is my Pride
and Joy. I am very happy with him. He is
just like a little kid. Every day he is better
and better. His training is going great.
I want to find him a real good looking mate.
He needs a mate to keep him busy. I'll keep in
Big Joe! 30" 140 pounds at 24 months
Bel is doing
well, We are tracking her growth closely
so that I can use her as a standard for future dogs.
At 7 months she is about 26" and 78lbs.
She looks huge compared to when we brought her home,
she is already busting out of the GSD standard, but
I have no comparison as to where she might end up,
or when she will max out. I am assuming that
by 12 months she will be within 1 inch or 2 or so of
her final height and 20-25 pound in her final
weight. Her temperament is great. Very
obedient and eager to please and quick to learn. We
finally got some pictures developed of her a month
or so ago. We don't have a scanner and I am
not technologically up to speed with getting them
into the computer so I will have to send you some
We also just
wanted to let you know that Bel did her Penn Hip,
and although I haven't gotten the official results
back yet, the vet showed me the x-rays and said they
were some of the best hips he had seen in a large
breed dog. He was confident that the results
would be around .3 so that is good news.
Good to hear
about the litter. Let me know how the
male pups look. As I said, I do not care about
color, more just coat type and size.
doing great and Indy is quite the character!
Daulton loves the dogs.
Axel and Daulton!
Indy at 8 weeks!
magnificent and the sweetest spirit. I'm
so happy I
found you and therefore him. Just feeling
grateful. Know I need to get you a
photo... Hope you're well!