You just never know what lies around the next turn in the road of Life! One moment you’re relentlessly clicking on breeding announcements, the next moment your track laying is interrupted by a text message from Austria!?! So this post will cover two announcements in one!
I’ve been thinking about adding a blog to our website for sometime now; we get so many questions from our puppy owners, and Ron’s students, I thought I may as well share the knowledge publicly! Thanks to my dog friends for the many name suggestions, there were a lot of great choices, and especially Lisa Gaudet for coining the one I chose to use.
Not to take from the real Globe and Mail, a well respected newspaper providing Canadians and the world with insightful reporting, opinions, etc., my hopes are The Globe and Tail will provide not just my puppy buyers, but dog owners everywhere with helpful information. Years ago, I used to write a monthly newspaper and publish it on PAPER!! It’s true, I still have a copy of each and every one. I plan to go through them and rewrite and elaborate where necessary some of the many training tips and insights into dog ownership. So please, I hope you’ll join me to read my first blog post HERE!
We’re excited to announce the mating of our two German imports, Zeus vom Goldbergsee, and Rogue vom Klingsgarten. We will confirm pregnancy with an ultrasound on September 27, and puppies should be due on October 25. Typically they would be ready for new homes December 25th, but we WILL NOT place puppies into any home until after the holiday season. It’s such a busy, exciting, and of course stressful time of year and definitely not a great time to add a puppy to the mix.
We already have a long list of applicants for both performance and companion dogs. That said, we are always accepting applications for our litters via our Potential Puppy Owner Questionnaire. Please understand our waiting list is malleable. We don’t choose based on who has been waiting the longest, we choose by suitability of the home to the temperament and drives of the puppies we end up with. We breed working lines for sport and civil applications so we must make sure we don’t put too much puppy into a companion dog home. This is why the waiting list for companion puppies is much longer than sport/civil applicants. Also, just like a job interview, we choose people who prove to us they are the best one for the job (of raising our puppy). Engage with us, list your assets, your experience, your drives to do the job. You got this! 😉 Follow along on social media, we’ll provide updates via Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Our P-litter group is here!