These are dogs are no longer competing in the variety of sports we do. These beloved dogs of ours have a variety of reasons for not continuing to work or breed. Some sadly had age caught up to them, some weren't good breeding dog for one reason or another but have contributed to our program and we are so proud of their achievements. We still would like their beautiful faces to be known in our program as we also worked hard to build our versatile lines with these dogs.
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My flirty Bouncy Bounce! Bounce is fun and vivacious girl with a strong sense of territory. She is a medium dog with large bone and has gorgeous movement and good structure. We named her Bounce because of her agility and happy attitude. As happy as she is, she is still methodical and careful on the track. Her obedience is correct and fun to watch. She is good house dog and I never have to worry about her anywhere we go. She has proven herself to be an excellent watch dog and good protector. She is my fourth generation handler owned, trained and bred. She will settle and cuddle when I want quiet and then as soon as I stand up she is ready for anything. This girl owns a special piece of my heart!
She has retired with our family out in California during a rough time for everyone out there. She has proven to be very helpful making our family feel safe with her presence and an amazing Service Dog to help with their needs. This was tough on our hearts to send her out there but ultimately Bounce was needed out there and we made the best decision for everyone involved including bouncy bounce.
Dexter is one of our home bred girls. She is a Devi and Oogie puppy. She is a very serious dog but has her silly moments. She is now a guard dog for a family that needed a dog to let loose a big bark, which she sure can and do! The family feels a lot safer knowing they have a great dog that will alert them to people and scare away unwanted people that need to be scared away. She was very hard to let go but what we do is find the dogs JAM and purpose in life which we found this girls jam with a nice family of dog savvy people.
My flirty Flirt! A helper friend started to ask "Why did you name her…" as I was walking up with her. And just quick as a snake, she popped up and licked his nose. And he finished with, "Oh, I get it," and laughed. Flirt is fun and vivacious and passes that zest for life on to her pups. She is the fastest German Shepherd I have ever encountered and has gorgeous movement to go with that speed. We call her “The Ninja” in bite work because of the antics she has pulled. As much as she has a need for speed she is methodical and careful on the track. Her obedience is correct and fun to watch. She is the perfect house dog and I never have to worry about her anywhere we go. If I were to ever have a complaint about her, which I don't, it is her sense of humor. She does like to invent games at my expense. For example, one day at club I was distracted as I was getting her out of her crate. Then I didn't see her. I called for her and started turning around looking for her. All my club members and friends were giggling their butts off as I was starting to panic looking for my dog. Finally someone called out, "She is right behind you! She has been right behind you this entire time and just turns with you when you turn around looking for her!" That is my Flirt. Love her to pieces!
Flirt has elegant, correct conformation and type with medium to large bone. She has a correct head expressive head for a bitch. Her elegance is matched by her speed and floating movement. She is very resilient and has passed all of her health testing with excellent ratings. During her endurance test I was told she just floats along and is effortless in her movement. And she passes this nice structure, movement and bright temperament on to her pups.
Flirt is extremely intelligent and always willing to learn. She is very attentive and compliant with me. That makes teaching her so fun and effortless that we forget about time. She is an excellent mother with her pups to the point of helping to house train them. She is the perfect demo dog when I am teaching and I never have to worry about her breaking her long down. Even when I accidently forget she is on a long down and grab a quick lunch. Yes there is a story there, let's just say I now triple check my dogs in crates before I drive off.
Flirt will very quickly turn from being Flirtation to angry protector in a heart beat. She will not allow anyone to man handle me without paying a very painful price. She has a good sense of territory yet is clear headed enough to know the difference between intruder and the Amazon delivery guy. The more the helper brings into bite work the more she answers with authority. And she passes these qualities to her pups. She is truly my best friend.
born March 2022
This girl is a cute fluffy black dog. She looks like a cute little bear with the cutest ear floofies. She will alert with a big deep bark however she isn't up to the level we need for a bite sportdog. She has 3 titles to her registered name which were fun to do with this smart active dog. She has her novice trick dog title, home manners puppy and home manners adult title. She is the funniest little bunny that boings up and down in excitement. Our loss is easily someone else's gain with this beautiful fun dog!
She will require someone willing to groom and brush her so she doesn't mat. This is atleast a weekly commitment and shedding season can be more brushing sessions a week.
She is good with other dogs and would require training to be around cats. She does have a lot of energy and will need an active lifestyle but she's also been installed with a good 'off button' to relax on the couch.
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