Annie is now six months old and is AMAZING! She is the dog I never knew I always wanted. I never get tired of having her around because she is so intuitive, friendly and calm. I just wish I'd found you years ago!! Everyone that meets her is amazed at her sociability, eagerness to please, her warm demeanor and intelligence.
She began training as a Search and Rescue dog the day after she arrived at her new home, and she has learned quickly and made great progress in a very short time. I will keep you updated about her training as we move forward.
I am so happy with my new best friend! Thank you, Haynes!
I hope that you all had a nice Christmas nd a great start to the New Year.
I have attached some pics of Tebeaux on a few hunts. We could not be more proud of him. He has broken ice, taken a blind, marked one or two ducks, pointed pheasants and retrieved them as well. We couldn't be happier with him as a hunter and family dog. It sure seems like a long time since this summer when I called you with advice on getting him excited; one sniff of pheasant was all it took and he has been a hunting machine ever since.
I spoke to a gentleman a few weeks back about Double TT and couldn't say enough good things. Everyone likes to brag about their dog, but I just say that he is a better dog than I ever really deserved.
I just wanted to write you a note to tell you about what a great year our
Double TT dog had. Triton (an Apache X Missy puppy from May of 2007), completed his Upland Hunter title, his Hunting Retriever Champion title and his Master Hunter title. Tri also qualified for and ran in the Master National in Maryland this year and he became a QUALIFIER. We will be trying for our Master National Hunter title in Kansas in 2013 if everything goes to plan.
Obviously, he is an awesome hunter and field dog, but he is also a fantastic house pet. When he isn't busy working on titles, he is sleeping calmly on one of our couches or beds in the house. He is such a lovable pup.
We can't thank you enough for importing and rasing such fine dogs. Although Tri is our first dog from you, we also have a female and her training is coming along nicely. I'm sure her titles will be stacking up in no time as well.
I have attached a few pictures of Tri. I hope you enjoy them.
Chris and Kate Pennington
This is Bryant Wiygul, III from Columbus, Mississippi .
In 2001 my dad, who is also Bryant Wiygul, bought a male lab from your kennel near Oxford, MS. His name is Redneck Cuzz of Mine. He has been the best dog ever, and we love him so much.
My soon to be wife really wants a dog, so I thought this would be a good time to get one. Please contact me if you have any yellow labs available. I bird hunt a lot, so I will train him to retrieve. I just love Cuzz dog so much that I would like to get my dog from the same place that my dad got Cuzz.
Well the season is over. Hector ended up winning 9 Championship Titles in the puppy and open divisions with numerous top five finishes. I think he has a total of 50 top five finishes in his 11/2 year career. I attached a list for you to check out. I don't have the time progress him further as far as
handling work so he is going in to Holzingers kennel for some work next week. Hopefully, we'll get some hunt tests in later this summer. We have off for a few months and then next up is a labor day tournament and the World Championships in October.
Thanks for the support,
Good Morning- I apologize for taking so long to contact you regarding my new
pup. With a new pup and everything else, things have been crazy. She is doing great and she is quite the little beauty. She came out of the crate at the airport all smiles and looking for trouble. Eugenia and I have been working with her since her arrival and she is a quick learner and a pleasure to work with. She should have a great career in search.
We did our best to take these photos of her, as she is always on the move.
It was a pleasure to work with you.
Just wanted to drop you a quick note to tell you how happy I have been with Gabby, the red female from the Teddy x Sadie breeding whelped on 7/30/08. This was her first year hunting and what a great time we had! Took her to KS pheasant hunting a number of times and shot ducks and geese with her here in Oklahoma. She is everything I wanted to include a small dog with a great temperament, well-behaved around the house, and a fireball in the field. I couldn't be happier with her at this point -- thanks for the great breeding! I also want to put in a good word for Dale Taylor from Hallam, NE who trained her. She is the dog in the picture you have of Dale on your website. I wanted training with an upland emphasis and Dale did a great job. Don't want to clog up your email with pictures, but am attaching a couple so that you can see what a handsome dog she turned out to be. Happy New Year to you and your family and keep up the good work breeding.
Broken Arrow, OK
Happy Holidays! Hope all is well! Just wanted to tell you about Parley, of Beech/Missy, who I got from you in June of '08. She's doing wonderful, and is the most intelligent, and BEAUTIFUL dog I have ever encountered. She has the sweetest personality, and wants to be everybody's friend. It's amazing the
ability she has to be social, but also know that at any time she needs to be
mindful of our presence. She does EVERYTHING she is asked to do, at any time, regardless of whether she's over-excited, or being as lazy as she can be! She has been a major joy around the house for myself, my girlfriend, and also those that visit. I am so very proud of her. I haven't even mentioned the field, yet! We finally got to work dove in the field this late summer, early fall and she did fantastic! She retrieved every bird with ease, even though her training had not been performed for field activity! How impressive is that!? We've been out duck hunting a number of times, and she has been a champion through the cold
waters, consistently picking up the ducks that we bring down! She sure is a pretty girl, and is my pride and joy, and she never leaves my side! Thank you for providing such a wonderful, life-changing experience for me! I hope you have a Merry Christmas, and that your holidays are filled with joy!
Please find attached some pictures from last year's hunting season from my little Sadie. She was born in May of 07 so all of these pictures are of her when she was not even a year old.
I know I went against conventional wisdom by hunting her at a young age but she just has so much drive and determination. She loves to retrieve. She is a real pleaser too and a joy to work with.
As you can see from some of the pics that she also went on a few quail hunts with me and my shorthairs. The first time she saw a covey of quail flush and a bird go down she was on it "lickity split". I actually thought I ruined her because I looked around and she was not in sight. However, she came running out of the plumb thicket as proud as can be with the quail proudly displayed which she properly delivered to hand. UNBELIEVABLE.
My son and I hunt often with her (upland and ducks) and I just wanted to let you know how pleased we are with her. Not only is she a great gun dog but a great addition to our family too.
Had to send a couple of images from opening weekend. This is Riley, 6 months old. Haines I am no professional trainer but I know dogs and this one is special. He is going to be really good and he is going to get there way before
he probably should. He also has a very special personality and fits in as well in my kennal as he does in my home. Thank you for making him possible.
Thought you might like an update on Riley. He is doing great. Shot a lot of birds over him this season and he really seemed to just turn on in Dec. Like he just really got it one day. We are working on handling now and he is quickly picking up
hand signals and getting better every day. Attached are a couple of images. One a late season retrieve and the other from a shoot we did after the last snow storm. As my agency starts to sell some images of him I will maybe be able to get you samples of calanders and stuff like that. Hope you are having a great year. Maybe stop in to see you when I come out to fish Marion later in the month.
Our season is in full swing and Gracie is learning every outing! She has had
2 - 12 duck hunts and 1 -10 duck hunt with a number of 4 and 5 retrieve hunts
mixed in. She is really picking up different scenarios of cripples, marking and long drops. She is so steady, I just cannot believe it. Absolutely NO sign of gun shyness anymore! This dog is champion caliber now and getting better with every hunt! Here are some pics of my hunt last Sunday. Lots of birds working and we canned 12 ducks and 6 geese when all was said and done. Gracie rocked!! I will keep you informed as our second split opens this Saturday and The ducks are thick in our marsh. We move from primarily open water to VERY dense marsh and 8 foot cattails. She is ready!
A quick note. Early morning before seeing patients. 30 MPH wind out of the south. 3 of us went to our marsh and stood on one of the open areas. Gracie sat on a fallen tree for 20 minutes without budging. 18 ducks in 20
minutes and gracie cleared the hole once I released her from her "perch". I
am still amazed that she sat on this elevated fallen tree and watched us fill the pond with flight after flight and she never moved till I sent her. She defines STEADY! Picture of my friend and Gracie on her "Perch". Just an update.
Here are two pics of opening weekend in northern Oklahoma. Great morning!
Lots of ducks and the topper was the dog work put in by Gracie. 12 ducks, 12
retrieves. 4 cripples, 2 of which were diving. For a young hunter, repetitions
in the field are the key. This will be here first heavy season with 500 kills over her more than likely. She answered this morning like a master hunter. Steady to the wing: we stacked 5 to 6 flights into the pond before moving on them, and Gracie never budged! Steady to the gun; I held her for 4 downed birds before sending her. I NEVER had to say "stay" or "wait". She just sat dead still with her ears up watching these birds pour in and swim. I loved it. When I released her, she worked like a seasoned veteran. Hard into the water and right back to hand----ready to go back. I am so very proud of her. This was the hunt that she stopped being a retriever and became a HUNTER! What a future this dog has. Don't forget, she lost her first season to my having made her gun-shy! She trained for a year to get rid of my mistake and now is just plain GREAT!!!
More pics to come this season!
Bill Bondurant MD
Sorry it took me so long to write. The TT puppies Jim Sturgill and I bought from you in December '06 have been a joy. Jim's black bitch (by Spud) has been one of the most natural bird dogs I've seen in 34 years of dealing with bird dogs of all breeds. My yellow (photo attached) has been a soft-mouthed reliable retriever from the start. She has a tremendous amount of common sense. Our '06 TT pups made three trips to the plains in '07 and got better with each trip. They were just 11 months old when we traveled to Montana. We took a total of eight dogs (including three from your kennel) and the TT labs showed the greatest stamina and good temperment. The moderate size of your dogs seems to give them a great advantage in the uplands
over larger-framed labs. And it sure is nice to have dogs on the ground that hunt hard but don't require constant handling. I'm sold on your bloodlines. In fact, I've promised one of your puppies to my nephew as a wedding present this year. I sure hope he likes his new wife as much as I know he'll like his puppy......
Have a great summer. I'm sending more photos of our fall hunts in another email.
Bowling Green, Ky.
I noticed you don't have any waterfowl pictures in you're
Puppy References, so I thought I'd send some and tell you a little about Emma (Brambles x Clyde). She is my 3rd Labrador (1st British). I've trained all three myself, and Emma was by far the easiest to train. She came as advertised,
biddable,calm, intelligent, soft mouth, and a retrieving machine with a great nose.Through all the phases of training she was eager to please. I took her to
Manitoba Canada on a week long goose hunting trip when she was 10 months old. She handled herself very well and retrieved about 70 geese. She is a house dog and we leave her and my 12 year old Lab in the house for 8 hours at a time with no problems. She loves people and is great with my 3 year old granddaughter. As you can tell, I'm very proud of Emma and I would highly recommend Double TT Kennels.
Thank You, Haynes...
Sadie is 13 months old and has been a pleasure to have around hunting and with my family. Her parents were Brambles and Clyde. She is definitely a dog to be proud of. This is my first hunting dog and the quality of your kennel is becoming more and more apparent when I compare her trainability to some of my friends' hunting labs. She truly will do anything asked of her. She is very intelligent, quick, and has a great temperament. While out hunting, she is still continuously learning and developing her skills, when at home she is very loving and wants to cuddle up and be close to everyone.
Thanks you very much from the Sutherland Family.
Just a quick update on our 14 month old male and a couple of pics from hunting in South Dakota and with the family. This is Barley out of Bracken and Belle that we picked up last December. Great temperament with the wife and our two kids (Mia 4yrs and Mason 2yrs old). Barley is real quiet around the
house and in the duck blind. He is a great hunting dog on ducks as well as pheasant and retrieves everything. My group shot over 100 pheasant on this trip
and his nose and retrieving ability was the highlight of the trip.
Grand Rapids Michigan
My daughter (Lindsay Nichols) purchased Max from you in December. He turns 1 year old in just a few weeks. He has achieved Good Citizens Title (before he was 6 mos old) as well as completed 3 levels of obedience. He will be attending hunting training with Sharp Retrievers in November. He will be training in Vienna, GA. He is able to track and retrieve ducks and has been able to since he was about 5 months old. He loves the water and will retrieve bouys as long as they are thrown. He is very smart, obedient and well behaved dog. His coat is gorgeous! We are very excited about the training that he will be doing in November and hope to have him ready for field trial competition early next year.
Thanks so much for such a wonderful dog!
It has been almost a year since I have talked to you. I picked up my dog, Gracie, from you 1 year ago. She is amazing. I have trained many dogs
myself, and have never trained such a hungry, thinking animal. Early,I made a
cardinal mistake. I shot over the dog as a puppy. Instant Gun Shy!!! I called
MANY trainers and researched many publications on Gun Shy dogs. All agreed, the owner MAKES the dog gun shy, it is not born that way. I accept FULL responsibility! Most sites and books said, "forget it , the dog is ruined. There is no hope of recovering after gun shyness." Believe me, Gracie would run away and crawl up under the undercarriage of my suburban up to 1 mile away.........She was gun shy! I promised Gracie that I would not give up on her, as she is an amazing dog. One article out of 55 that I read said that if your lab will look you in the eye, you have a one in a million lab, and that lab is capable of anything. I took that to heart. Gracie will stare you down for minutes at a time. She stares directly into your eyes. It is great!!!
I took that to heart. Every day after I left the office or the hospital, I trained her. Tiny steps at a time. I slowly worked in a toy gun then a retriever trainer at 50 yards:each night walking one stride closer. After 9 months, I have reached a mile stone!!! Tonight, I was able to take her out to one of my hunting fields. She sat and stayed ROCK SOLID on my left. I was able to throw 4 dummies and shoot at each after the throw. She did not mind any of the shots. She retrieved the quad multiple times over to hand and I mean.......Perfect!!!! The gun is no longer a hated item. She is also able to do absolute blind quads on only hand signals using the best nose of any lab I have ever had!
I think it is pretty impressive that in spite of my total stupidity (early firing) and producing full gun shyness, that she has trained into a champion status blind quad lab that is so steady to shot and will hold for a week if I asked her to. Wow, what a dog. (what a foolish owner!) As a family dog, she is
unreal. My children worship her, and she clearly mothers them. Gentile, attendant and soft.........I love to just sit and watch them play and swim together. She has been to Canada twice, the Texas Gulf 5 times, Mid Missouri 2 times and on many other family vacations in the last 12 months. This will be her first hunting season starting Sept 1. I typically hunt 110 to 120 days from Sept. 1 to March 30. She is excited!!!!!!!
I have sent several people to your kennel and most have purchased dogs. They love them. My brother from Columbia Missouri love his yellow.....Maize. Training well! I hope all is well with you all. I just wanted to throw you a line as an update on Gracie. FANTASTIC. The next time someone tells you that a gun shy dog cannot be trained, have them call me. Yes, it takes a daily commitment and slow going, but my girl is awesome!
Have a great day, and here is a picture. I will send you pics throughout the season, as my group of hunters kill 500 + ducks, 500 + dove, geese, and pheasants a year. Come down, and hunt with us. You can see her for yourself!
Bill Bondurant, MD
I can’t even begin to tell you how pleased I am with Boone, in every aspect. He’s a complete gentleman, and a force to reckon with in the blind. He’s in his second season, and hunting like it’s his fourth. I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves.
THANK YOU FOR THE AMAZING DOG!
Dan Vastyan, Manheim, PA
Just an update on Ruby...at almost 18 months is a hunting machine. I trained her myself except for one month at a pro for swim-by & de-cheating. She is eager, steady, has discovered she can trail cripples, has picked up two ducks at one time....still needs a bit of work on lining on long blinds but that will come. Very happy at this point! She is small..only weighs 46 lbs.
Haynes, Colleen, and Ray,
Here is an update on Solo. Also attaching a couple of pictures of Solo with his first bird, a ruffed grouse I shot in early Sept. Mid Sept I took him dove
hunting and in three days we shot about 75 doves over him and I let him retrieve about 25. He only broke once. The first day of waterfowl hunting , Oct 2nd, we were shooting out of layout blinds and I had him laying next to me. We shot 12 geese and 7 ducks. He did great. The first goose was wounded and running away at about 125 yrds. He had a good mark and stopped when he got to it but decided the right thing to do was hit it like a linebacker. After that he was a blond streak when he hit them. The second day I was hunting over water and shot 2 geese and 3 ducks. The second weekend we got 7 geese and 5 ducks. So, he is a made dog.
He is just the right size at 55lbs and had no trouble with a couple of geese that weighed 12 lbs. He is shy around strangers but is getting better and I don't really care. His breeding is very evident. He really marks well and I can cast and handle him well out to about 150 yrds. He wants to please and I have never e-collar conditioned him. But once in a while we have a "Cool Hand Luke" moment and I get his mind right by sitting over him with a hand on this throat until he submits and decides to do it my way. I had to put my old Lab down in Apr but Solo learned some good habits from him.
Until now I have never used the words "Cute and Lovey" to describe one of my Labs but he is beautiful and wants to be touching me if he can. I have been gone a couple of weeks this month, just returned from shooting an elk. So Solo and I will be hunting at least 2 days a week until Jan 14th. I have a 3 day pheasant hunt scheduled in eastern Montana next month. I still do yard drills a couple of days a week.
Having a great time with Solo.
We wanted to drop you a quick note and photo. Willow (Sweep x Lucy) is an amazing pup! She is far exceeding our expectations as a medical alert service dog. We will update you with more details but wanted to tell you how grateful we are to have her.
I have attached a photo of TTF Chewbacca of Duck Creek (my son is a Star Wars fan and I lost the name battle). This was taken on the 2010 Kansas opener of regular duck season and Chew was exactly 1yr & 1day old (born 10/30/2009). Chew was sired by Sweep and after seeing your Sweep photos I think they look like twins.
Chew spent 3 months with Gordy Weigel at BurOak Kennels in Camden Point, Mo last spring/summer. Between that and being hunted more than 2 dozen times during the 2010/2011 waterfowl season, he has become a fine retriever.
Gordy has a photo of Chew on his website and he will also be on videos filmed with Ducklander Calls last season. You are welcome to put this photo on your website. I think Chew is a great
representation of the Brit labs coming out of your kennel.
Have a great summer
I hope all is well at Double T. Max (Beech/Brambles Nov 07) is doing great.
Snow and ice storms have limited our hunting a bit, but Max has done great in
his second season. He loves to hunt and loves to please. He is also an irreplaceable member of our family. My boys love him. Keep up the great work! Here's a pic of he with my boys enjoying the latest OK snow.
Just wanted to send you a pic from South Dakota. The boys did great, they are such a pleasure to hunt over. Dakota (sally x beech black) just turned one and made some great retrieves.
Long time no contact. Sorry it has taken me so long to let you know how the dogs (Boone and Belle that we got last November) are doing but is has been a busy year with kid’s and trying to train the dogs and life in general. Both dogs are absolutely amazing they have been easy to train and both of our families truly love them. I have attached the most recent pictures to post on your website. I wanted to let you know that we had a scare a couple of months ago James Blakenship my buddy that bought the female and came with me to your place last November was diagnosed with cancer in the throat and lymph node in his neck. He completed his chemo and radiation treatment this past week and will have a CT scan around thanksgiving to see if they got everything so we are praying for a clean bill on the scan. This has put a damper on out hunting and training the past two months but we will be going strong soon. I also wanted to
ask you for some info on a good late season hunting destination for some upland birds that will not break the bank somewhere in and around your neck of the country. Thanks again for the pups and hope to here from you soon.
Joshua T Youngblood
Banks has been a wonderful addition to our family. This picture was taken on his fourth day with us. He and Fred are best buddies and she helps burn off the puppy energy.
We are all amazed at how calm he is--he will sit quietly and watch the cats, someone cooking in the kitchen, etc. It is like having a two-year old dog's spirit in a puppy's body. Awesome combination!
We continue to sing your praises and send people to your website when they comment on our dogs. I can't imagine obtaining a dog from anyone but you!!!!!
Elaine, Tony, Becky and John Kunis
Long time no chat. Thought I would send an update on the puppy I purchased from you in August. She has grown so fast it seems but I am having lots of fun with her. She has great drive and eagerness to retrieve and has been receptive to training. I started her with live pigeons and quickly graduated to retrieveing Ruff Grouse shot in the field. I took her on her first true hunt at
4.5 months on a week long trip to Southern Saskatchewan. I mainly had her with me for our upland hunting as the geese and ducks were still too big for her to retreive (she was missing K9s at that time too). She did a great job on her first partridge flush and retrieve and even had a triple on partridge later in the week. She also had her first pheasant retrieve which was a beauty - tracking a wounded bird along a creek bed, through the water and onto an island. I
definitely had bragging rights that night!
I attached a picture of her sitting with her first two pheasants. The black lab on the right is also from your Kennel - Dr. Bill Deyo bought her I think 3 years ago.
Hope all is well,
This is Denis from St. Louis I met you when I picked up my pup last December. He is everything you said he would be and if ever I need another dog you will hear from me.
Hope all is well. I wanted to send you a picture of Moose the Beech/Butte pup I bought from you Christmas ’06. As you know I live in downtown Chicago and do not get to hunt as often as I would like. I have taken Moose duck hunting on several occasions and he is solid, however his upland field experience is limited as I have been too busy to take him. Here is a picture of a recent pheasant hunt and I have to tell you he was pretty dang good. His training lately has been limited to me working with him in the back alley behind my garage. As you can see by picture he caught on Quick. Thanks for breeding such fine dogs that have great instincts for hunting and also make a wonderful pet. I hope to make it out there to hunt with you soon.
I just returned from an annual hunting and fishing trip to Lake of the Woods
in Ontario. It was Max's first real hunting trip and he did not disappoint. The instincts he shows at 10 months are impressive. From the start, I had considered sending him off to one of your recommended trainers, but the sheer joy of having him around my family made me change my mind. Long story short, I have trained him myself. I have no doubts that he would likely be further along were he trained by a professional, but quite frankly, I am overjoyed with how well he did on this trip, and wouldn't change a thing.
Attached is a photo of him with the most successful hunt. His retrieves ranged from the routine-25 yards right in front of him - to 70 yard retrieves though rice and muck filled bays. I may sound like a broken record, but I could not be happier with Max. I'm really excited for the fall waterfowl season to
open here in OK. I continue to get numerous compliments about him from my hunting buddies as well as complete strangers. He is also a irreplaceable part of my family. My boys adore him.
Keep up the great work. I'll keep you updated throughout the season.
Here's a picture of Max (Beech x Brambles, 11/07 litter) and
Gracie (William x Bute, '06 litter) at a recent trip to Lake of the Woods, Ontario. Gracie belongs to the Dr Bill Bondurant family, also of Oklahoma City. Gracie's first season ended on a great note. She really started to get after it, so we are excited to see her work this fall. Additionally, she is a great family pet.
Max's training is going really well. He consistently works doubles and is also doing well on blinds. All retrieves are delivered to hand. He has never been force-fetched. He loves training and loves being in the water. He is an absolute joy to be around and is mature beyond his 8 months in the field and the house. He is also a great looking Lab, which is no surprise to anyone who has seen Beech or Brambles.
I am thrilled beyond words with Max. I'm fairly certain that the Bondurant family (Bill's brother, Charles, also has a Double T female) feels the same way about Gracie. Quite simply, your dogs are amazing. Their demeanor in the field and in the house is just phenomenal.
Anyone thinking about getting a British Lab need look no further than Double T!
I appreciate the email and the support that you and millions of other Americans have shown. It is an honor to serve.
I'm attaching a picture of Max (Beech x Brambles) with my oldest son, Jack. He is a great puppy with a phenomenal disposition. Training is going well. I'm truly looking forward to hunting season!
Parker is almost 6 months and he's just a shade over 47 lbs. If you look at the toy dog in the 12 wks pic and compare it to the 6 month a pic you can see a
size difference. When we first got him he could barely carry that toy.
Here is a list of accomplishments:
• Learned the basic commands
• Plays "ball" 8 wks
• Retrieved his first bird (a young robin) at 10 weeks
• Nosed out a magpie in a tree from scent
• Nosed out two dead birds Jeff gave me and "froze" on both (just like Casie)
• Has won over Boulder (almost 10 yrs) after just about being ate) by Boulder.
He is truly a gifted and talented dog. Aside from the occasional shredded newspaper and tree trimmings in the house he is the best. He actually ate (shredded) Davis homework one day.
Parker has won over the hearts and soles of Mac and D. And has Barb wrapped around his little paw.
D and I can't wait to go hunting with Parker. D and I shot trap for the first time last night he was about 30 out of 50.
We give thanks to God every night for Parker. Thanks to you guys.
Haynes and Family:
We picked up Sadie in September, she is out of a Meg X Spud litter and we have been impressed!She is such a magnificent animal, she has great lines and style and is so muscular. Her temperament is outstanding, she is so calm for only being 6 month old. At the same time when you show her a dummy or a bird she seems to "flick a switch" and turn into a retrieving machine. This dog is naturally quiet she does not bark or whine whatsoever. Sadie also has proven to have a great nose, a great hunt and is naturally steady. My force fetch program with her only lasted 2 weeks, she is quick to learn and please. I believe that she has everything she needs to know inside of her and I just have to show her the way. I would recommend this kennel to anyone who wants a calm, quiet lab that still has tons of drive. Haynes, I do not know how you did it, but we think we have the perfect lab, thank you so much!
Scott and Rachel Rumisek
First I want to apologize if my English isn't correct ;-). I heard from Alessa you asked for the Austrian Beech-Puppies, how they are. Well, I thought I send you some infos and pics of Lilyen (Leadhills Hunting Glacial Lilyen). She's now 10 months old and develops very well, a tall and beautiful bitch (the most beautiful im my eyes, of course!).
She's always "smiling" and good-humored, carries everything that fits into her muzzle ... in training she's very talented, fast as the wind and has a good nose (loves to search).
We now hope with Martina, that Gale will be pregnant again and that Lilyen's brothers and sisters will be born well in January!
Vienna/ Austria/ Europe
Here is a picture of me and mystarted pup TTF High Caliber. She is out of Spud and Sadie. We had alot of fun getting to this point. We keep you informed on how she is doing.