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A memory from the 1980s sparked off by several recent facebook dog posts...

When Bridie, our lovely German Shepherd, became a mum for the first time her previously exemplary habits changed and she started to scavenge any food she could get, including whatever she could steal from the kitchen counters if we carelssly left food on there. To put her off, a friend suggested making an extra hot mustard sandwich and leaving it in an accessible place on the edge of the counter when we went to bed. It had worked for his dog, he said. So this we did. In the morning the sandwich had - predictably - gone and Bridie's water bowl was empty.  So we followed the same routine on the second night and, again, the sandwich vanished and the water bowl was drained. Third night the same. Ok, we said, this just isn't working, so we decided not to keep repeating the pointelss exercise. On the fourth night as we went to bed, Bridie sat by the countertop with a look on her face that clearly said: Where's my sandwich?

Esca & Bridie-500px

1985 Bridie on the right. On the left is Esca, the pup we kept from Bridie's first litter. (Not to be confused with the current Eska.)

Eska

Aug. 13th, 2013 01:47 am
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I've posted very few photos of Eska because it's awfully difficult taking shots of a fast moving black dog. She always comes out looking like a blob or a blur and her facial features disappear into shadow. So imagine my delight when a friend took a casual snap last week and sent it today. Yay! A photo with definition.

Here she is. Eska, age 22 months. German Shepherd.
Eska on lawn-sm
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Eska aged 18 weeksIt was fine and mild a couple of days ago and I got the camera out at last, so here's Eska Puppy in the back garden. She's now 18 weeks old.

Black dogs are awfully difficult to photograph properly because their features  tend to merge into a black blob, but I got lucky with this one.

Eska smilingShe's very sweet natured, though very boisterous.

She's almost totally black (so far) though has little foxy tips to her ear hair and if you look closely sandy hair between her toes. There's also a little white dot on her chest. And of course, the thing that always stands out in a photo is the pink tongue.
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Eska aged 18 weeksIt was fine and mild a couple of days ago and I got the camera out at last, so here's Eska Puppy in the back garden. She's now 18 weeks old.

Black dogs are awfully difficult to photograph properly because their features  tend to merge into a black blob, but I got lucky with this one.

Eska smilingShe's very sweet natured, though very boisterous.

She's almost totally black (so far) though has little foxy tips to her ear hair and if you look closely sandy hair between her toes. There's also a little white dot on her chest. And of course, the thing that always stands out in a photo is the pink tongue.
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Eska at five weeks old - November 2011Left: Here's Eska at five weeks old still at her breeder's and looking more like a mole than a German Shepherd




Eska at 4 months oldRight: And here she is at 4 months old. Fluffy black dog meets white snow for the first time. She couldn't believe all this white tickly stuff falling on her head. First order of business: eat it, then snuffle in it, roll over in it and finally, play it cool. But, hey, puppy, what's that on your nose?
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Eska at five weeks old - November 2011Left: Here's Eska at five weeks old still at her breeder's and looking more like a mole than a German Shepherd




Eska at 4 months oldRight: And here she is at 4 months old. Fluffy black dog meets white snow for the first time. She couldn't believe all this white tickly stuff falling on her head. First order of business: eat it, then snuffle in it, roll over in it and finally, play it cool. But, hey, puppy, what's that on your nose?
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We can go and collect her on Sunday.
:-)
Eska Pup 6 weeks old
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We can go and collect her on Sunday.
:-)
Eska Pup 6 weeks old

Eska Pup

Nov. 18th, 2011 12:52 am
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After the very disappointing turn of events with Diezel Dog we decided that we should climb straight back on the horse (or dog). After all, we've had 4 German Shepherds and there were no problems with the first three. And we think Diezel's problems stemmed from physical causes - petit mal type fits which left him disoriented and fearful. It's more common that you would expect in dogs, but since it's not a foaming fit you don't always notice them until the dog starts to act out of character, usually defensive/aggressive. That fits exactly.

Eska aged 4 weeks, wuth BB.So here's dog number five.. Eska -- just 4 weeks old in that pic (with BB) and looking more like a mole than a German Shepherd. She arrives on 28th November, three days after G and family move in. She's an all-black, long-coated GSD bitch. The breeder comes highly recomended by people in the Huddersfield GSD training class. We've met Eska's full sister, Jazz, now just 18 moths old - and a delight.

We went to pick a pup last Saturday and the whole house is full of happy, sociable dogs (without any doggy stink - it's spotless). The pups have been reared inside and well-handled.

Shayl and puppies


We met both mum and dad. Mum, Shayla, is white/champagne, but the litter is all black like Dad..


Dad is called Yogi - because he looks like a bear. He's gorgeous and so calm and friendly.




Anyhow we had three little black bitches to pick from and went for the one with the sweetest nature. The breeder said she'd had he eye on that one, knowing we wanted a puppy to bring up in a house with children (supervised, of course) and guessed we'd pick her.


We're really looking forward to the pup, even though it's going to be house-traing thrugh the winter. Brrrr!

Eska Pup

Nov. 18th, 2011 12:52 am
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After the very disappointing turn of events with Diezel Dog we decided that we should climb straight back on the horse (or dog). After all, we've had 4 German Shepherds and there were no problems with the first three. And we think Diezel's problems stemmed from physical causes - petit mal type fits which left him disoriented and fearful. It's more common that you would expect in dogs, but since it's not a foaming fit you don't always notice them until the dog starts to act out of character, usually defensive/aggressive. That fits exactly.

Eska aged 4 weeks, wuth BB.So here's dog number five.. Eska -- just 4 weeks old in that pic (with BB) and looking more like a mole than a German Shepherd. She arrives on 28th November, three days after G and family move in. She's an all-black, long-coated GSD bitch. The breeder comes highly recomended by people in the Huddersfield GSD training class. We've met Eska's full sister, Jazz, now just 18 moths old - and a delight.

We went to pick a pup last Saturday and the whole house is full of happy, sociable dogs (without any doggy stink - it's spotless). The pups have been reared inside and well-handled.

Shayl and puppies


We met both mum and dad. Mum, Shayla, is white/champagne, but the litter is all black like Dad..


Dad is called Yogi - because he looks like a bear. He's gorgeous and so calm and friendly.




Anyhow we had three little black bitches to pick from and went for the one with the sweetest nature. The breeder said she'd had he eye on that one, knowing we wanted a puppy to bring up in a house with children (supervised, of course) and guessed we'd pick her.


We're really looking forward to the pup, even though it's going to be house-traing thrugh the winter. Brrrr!
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Poorly puppy.

After nearly a year of trips to the vet, anti inflammatories and a regime of low exercise on vet's instructions it turns out that Diezel's occasional limp is not his leg and 'growing pains' as first diagnosed, but rather his shoulders. Bad shoulders. Bad tendons, unstable shoulder joints. Not good in a big, heavyweight, galumphing, energetic puppydog.

I've been a bit worried about his development for a while. He looks great from the side, but he's narrow across the chest and his front legs are quite close together at the top when you look directly from the front. We've kept saying 'He'll fill out yet,' but it may be the shoulder problem and just plain bad conformation. (Good breeder, good parents, just uinlucky I guess. He looked fine as a pup.) Once Arnie the vet had him knocked out for the X-ray today he was able to manipulate both shoulder joints. The left one is a bit clicky, but the right one's a LOT clicky.

Arnie has x-rayed the leg before, when Diezel was about 8 months old, but not the shoulders. He thought it was just the cartilege/bone fusing thing that dogs go through, particularly as he sometimes holds himself as if the trouble is in the knee/paw area. Diezel's so oversized that we all just thought he was outgrowing himself and he'd get over it. Can't really blame Arnie. Diezel's getting much better with accepting new people politely, but he's a monster at the vet's. Doesn't have any truck with the man who sticks needles in him and shows his displeasure mightily. For everyone's peace of mind he has a muzzle for vet visits.

Next step. Referral to a specialist, but it may be a condition that can only be managed not cured.
He's feeling sorry for himself this evening, wobbly from the x-ray and has shaved patches on his front legs. Good job we got the full deal on the pet insurance. This could cost thousands. £4k if surgery is needed. But it could lead to an early onset of arthritis as he gets older. He's only 18 months and it doesn't seem to seriously inconvenience him at the moment, though he does limp from time to time. Anti-inflammatories help. More reason to be thankful for pet insurance. That stuff's £35 a bottle and might be a permanent feature.

You can see how narrow he is across the chest (the dog not the man!) in this pic taken last autumn with our friend Thandanani (one of the Zulu dancers). Diezel was about a year old then. He's a pretty boy (again the dog, not Thanda) and he's doing really well with his training classes, though while he's been on light work BB's been doing a lot of down and stay type training and scent work and keeping his brain active by expanding his vocabulary. No he doesn't talk, but he knows the difference between 'red ball' and 'rubber ring' and he's just grasped, 'Speak,' as well as all the usual sit, stay, down, come, leave, yours, away, wait etc. And he can even do sit, down comeand stay in Zulu, thanks to Thanda,



 
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Poorly puppy.

After nearly a year of trips to the vet, anti inflammatories and a regime of low exercise on vet's instructions it turns out that Diezel's occasional limp is not his leg and 'growing pains' as first diagnosed, but rather his shoulders. Bad shoulders. Bad tendons, unstable shoulder joints. Not good in a big, heavyweight, galumphing, energetic puppydog.

I've been a bit worried about his development for a while. He looks great from the side, but he's narrow across the chest and his front legs are quite close together at the top when you look directly from the front. We've kept saying 'He'll fill out yet,' but it may be the shoulder problem and just plain bad conformation. (Good breeder, good parents, just uinlucky I guess. He looked fine as a pup.) Once Arnie the vet had him knocked out for the X-ray today he was able to manipulate both shoulder joints. The left one is a bit clicky, but the right one's a LOT clicky.

Arnie has x-rayed the leg before, when Diezel was about 8 months old, but not the shoulders. He thought it was just the cartilege/bone fusing thing that dogs go through, particularly as he sometimes holds himself as if the trouble is in the knee/paw area. Diezel's so oversized that we all just thought he was outgrowing himself and he'd get over it. Can't really blame Arnie. Diezel's getting much better with accepting new people politely, but he's a monster at the vet's. Doesn't have any truck with the man who sticks needles in him and shows his displeasure mightily. For everyone's peace of mind he has a muzzle for vet visits.

Next step. Referral to a specialist, but it may be a condition that can only be managed not cured.
He's feeling sorry for himself this evening, wobbly from the x-ray and has shaved patches on his front legs. Good job we got the full deal on the pet insurance. This could cost thousands. £4k if surgery is needed. But it could lead to an early onset of arthritis as he gets older. He's only 18 months and it doesn't seem to seriously inconvenience him at the moment, though he does limp from time to time. Anti-inflammatories help. More reason to be thankful for pet insurance. That stuff's £35 a bottle and might be a permanent feature.

You can see how narrow he is across the chest (the dog not the man!) in this pic taken last autumn with our friend Thandanani (one of the Zulu dancers). Diezel was about a year old then. He's a pretty boy (again the dog, not Thanda) and he's doing really well with his training classes, though while he's been on light work BB's been doing a lot of down and stay type training and scent work and keeping his brain active by expanding his vocabulary. No he doesn't talk, but he knows the difference between 'red ball' and 'rubber ring' and he's just grasped, 'Speak,' as well as all the usual sit, stay, down, come, leave, yours, away, wait etc. And he can even do sit, down comeand stay in Zulu, thanks to Thanda,



 
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This via Annie Scarborough via facebook. The horrendous details of this sled dog slaughter only came to light when the company employee who did the deed with a gun and a knife (after vets in the area had refused to euthanise 100 healthy dogs for the sake of expediency) applied for mental health counseling for PTSD.

http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/restlessnativeblog/2014094348_chilling_tale_emerges_of_whistler_sled-dog_slaughter.html

Of course, you've got to wonder why he didn't refuse to do it.

Whistler is a town that lives and dies on its tourist trade. I sure hope this company is hounded out of business. (Pun not quite intentional, because a smile is the last thing this news brings to my face.) They still have 200 sled dogs.

Hopefully this will turn into a criminal prosecution. If it doesn't, it should.
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This via Annie Scarborough via facebook. The horrendous details of this sled dog slaughter only came to light when the company employee who did the deed with a gun and a knife (after vets in the area had refused to euthanise 100 healthy dogs for the sake of expediency) applied for mental health counseling for PTSD.

http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/restlessnativeblog/2014094348_chilling_tale_emerges_of_whistler_sled-dog_slaughter.html

Of course, you've got to wonder why he didn't refuse to do it.

Whistler is a town that lives and dies on its tourist trade. I sure hope this company is hounded out of business. (Pun not quite intentional, because a smile is the last thing this news brings to my face.) They still have 200 sled dogs.

Hopefully this will turn into a criminal prosecution. If it doesn't, it should.

Puppy Pix

May. 3rd, 2010 01:03 pm
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More puppy pix.

Diezel April 2010 - aged 7 months


Diezel May 2010 - aged 8 months


It's amazing how much he's still changing - though it's more subtle now he's older. His face is more mature in the second shot and his coat slightly less puppyish.

Puppy Pix

May. 3rd, 2010 01:03 pm
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More puppy pix.

Diezel April 2010 - aged 7 months


Diezel May 2010 - aged 8 months


It's amazing how much he's still changing - though it's more subtle now he's older. His face is more mature in the second shot and his coat slightly less puppyish.
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Here's the puppy aged five and a half months. I look at him and think he's nearly full grown and then I look at his oversize ears and feet and think... he's still got some growing to do...
Diezel

Diezel
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Here's the puppy aged five and a half months. I look at him and think he's nearly full grown and then I look at his oversize ears and feet and think... he's still got some growing to do...
Diezel

Diezel

Tired puppy

Feb. 1st, 2010 11:36 pm
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I have a very tired puppy lying on my feet in the well of the desk. Today he's had his usual walk, been to Denby Dale to get used to the busy village shopping street with pushchairs, bikes, kids and Little Old Ladies (*TM), had his usual silly half hour (actually a couple of them) and been to puppy socialising class where he managed not to eat the toy poodle that yapped at him last week.

Result = three hours of being a zonked-out canine footwarmer while I write.

Lovely.

Tired puppy

Feb. 1st, 2010 11:36 pm
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I have a very tired puppy lying on my feet in the well of the desk. Today he's had his usual walk, been to Denby Dale to get used to the busy village shopping street with pushchairs, bikes, kids and Little Old Ladies (*TM), had his usual silly half hour (actually a couple of them) and been to puppy socialising class where he managed not to eat the toy poodle that yapped at him last week.

Result = three hours of being a zonked-out canine footwarmer while I write.

Lovely.
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Puppy and BB in snow.... awww





And his pathetic Let Me In pic (He was only out withut us for half a minute.)



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Puppy and BB in snow.... awww





And his pathetic Let Me In pic (He was only out withut us for half a minute.)



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You didn't expect to get away with not having to look at puppy's first Christmas, did you?

Diezel age 14 weeks. What a handsome boy he is.


Diezel helps Number One Daughter to build a snowman while BB throws snowballs.



If you listen to Diezel's side of it he actually built the snowman all by himself...


And when he'd had enough of that he helped Number One Son to exercise his ball-throwing arm



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You didn't expect to get away with not having to look at puppy's first Christmas, did you?

Diezel age 14 weeks. What a handsome boy he is.


Diezel helps Number One Daughter to build a snowman while BB throws snowballs.



If you listen to Diezel's side of it he actually built the snowman all by himself...


And when he'd had enough of that he helped Number One Son to exercise his ball-throwing arm



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And here he is. Diezel age 10 weeks.
Already he can sit when told, lie down (with a bit of prompting) and stay for about five seconds as long as you keep looking at him. He's had his second injection today so he'll be able to go out into the big wide world in a week's time.
Diezel - ten weeks old
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And here he is. Diezel age 10 weeks.
Already he can sit when told, lie down (with a bit of prompting) and stay for about five seconds as long as you keep looking at him. He's had his second injection today so he'll be able to go out into the big wide world in a week's time.
Diezel - ten weeks old
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...but he's so cute. Diezel aged 8 1/2 weeks in the yard. So far he's taught himself to negotiate the steps into the back yard, to kill his blanket and to retrieve his rubber ring when rolled gently. Awww.

The blue ear is from his ID tattoo.

And now I'm in a conference hotel near Nottingham until Sunday, so you're safe from any more puppy pics until I get home again. It's the Festival Organisers conference and I have a panel to present tomorrow morning on 'Culture Bubble - presenting Zulu culture in the UK.'
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...but he's so cute. Diezel aged 8 1/2 weeks in the yard. So far he's taught himself to negotiate the steps into the back yard, to kill his blanket and to retrieve his rubber ring when rolled gently. Awww.

The blue ear is from his ID tattoo.

And now I'm in a conference hotel near Nottingham until Sunday, so you're safe from any more puppy pics until I get home again. It's the Festival Organisers conference and I have a panel to present tomorrow morning on 'Culture Bubble - presenting Zulu culture in the UK.'

Diezel Dog

Nov. 17th, 2009 02:12 pm
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Went to bring home the 8 week baby yesterday. I had him on my knee in the car all the way (2 hours) and after five minutes of yowling he settled down and slept for two hours with no more fussing and (thank goodness) no sign of travel sickness.

Diezel puppy duly installed in the household with usual expected puddles (and more) and yowling when he's left alone for a moment, but all that will pass (hopefully). It must be awfully strange for the little chap to be yanked out of a cosy billet with his brother and sisters and mum and dumped with two complete strangers. At the moment he's fixed on BB as his alternative mum and gets awfully anxious if separated, so we're gradually training him by ignoring all yowls and whimpers and praising silence. This afternoon he learned how to kill his blanket and now wants to play.

He's grown tremendously in just the last week. Just compare the two photos.

Diezel at 7 weeks



Diezel at 8 weeks

Diezel Dog

Nov. 17th, 2009 02:12 pm
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Went to bring home the 8 week baby yesterday. I had him on my knee in the car all the way (2 hours) and after five minutes of yowling he settled down and slept for two hours with no more fussing and (thank goodness) no sign of travel sickness.

Diezel puppy duly installed in the household with usual expected puddles (and more) and yowling when he's left alone for a moment, but all that will pass (hopefully). It must be awfully strange for the little chap to be yanked out of a cosy billet with his brother and sisters and mum and dumped with two complete strangers. At the moment he's fixed on BB as his alternative mum and gets awfully anxious if separated, so we're gradually training him by ignoring all yowls and whimpers and praising silence. This afternoon he learned how to kill his blanket and now wants to play.

He's grown tremendously in just the last week. Just compare the two photos.

Diezel at 7 weeks



Diezel at 8 weeks

Introducing

Nov. 7th, 2009 12:26 am
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We went to visit the new puppy today - and had to make a difficult decision... the smaller, livelier long haired one or the bigger, goofier short-haired one. We'd said all along that we wanted a short-haired one, but the little one was awfully cute... In the end we went for the big one. Diezel.

Still only 7 weeks and not old enough to come home with us for another ten days. Just look at those feet on him!
Awww...



Introducing

Nov. 7th, 2009 12:26 am
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We went to visit the new puppy today - and had to make a difficult decision... the smaller, livelier long haired one or the bigger, goofier short-haired one. We'd said all along that we wanted a short-haired one, but the little one was awfully cute... In the end we went for the big one. Diezel.

Still only 7 weeks and not old enough to come home with us for another ten days. Just look at those feet on him!
Awww...



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Got a call about 6.00 p.m. from the breeder. Maddie had just dropped her first puppy, a boy, and the birthing was in progress. Yay! That means if all goes well we should be en-puppied on or around 14th November. In the meantime we've started to look at the house with fresh eyes, trying to see where puppy-proofing measures need to be taken.  Floorstanding things need raising; electrical wires need tucking out of the way of sharp teeth; keeping things in baskets on the floor is probably a no-no, (for a while, at least). Luckily we still have childproof catches on low kitchen cupboards. The garden is already a puppy-proof version of Colditz without the machine gunners on the guard towers, but as the boy grows up we may need to add some height to the back wall or put a stock-wire fence inside it.
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Got a call about 6.00 p.m. from the breeder. Maddie had just dropped her first puppy, a boy, and the birthing was in progress. Yay! That means if all goes well we should be en-puppied on or around 14th November. In the meantime we've started to look at the house with fresh eyes, trying to see where puppy-proofing measures need to be taken.  Floorstanding things need raising; electrical wires need tucking out of the way of sharp teeth; keeping things in baskets on the floor is probably a no-no, (for a while, at least). Luckily we still have childproof catches on low kitchen cupboards. The garden is already a puppy-proof version of Colditz without the machine gunners on the guard towers, but as the boy grows up we may need to add some height to the back wall or put a stock-wire fence inside it.
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... she got me started on the LOLDOGZ. And I couldn't resist this:




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... she got me started on the LOLDOGZ. And I couldn't resist this:




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We've been planning to get a puppy - ostensibly for Best Beloved's birthday. He's been talking about it ever since we retired form international touring when Artisan finished. I thought he wanted another white German Shepherd like Seamus, our first dog, but while doing some research and much googling he found this breeder and fell in love with Ando, a black and tan dog with a strong red colouration. There's a litter due next week and we've sent off a deposit and ordered a pup - specifically a short-haired male black and tan which will hopefully have Ando's colouring.

Needless to say both Ando and the bitch, Maddie, have good hip-scores and elbows, and Ando has tested negative for the haemophilia gene. These are excellent show dogs, but we're not into showing we just want a bright, intelligent, happy puppy with every chance of growing up into a sociable gentleman.

If all goes well the pups are due in just over a week and we'll be able to see them (and parents) for the first time at around 4 weeks old.

Scroll down here for a pic of mum and dad, Ando and Maddie.

If Maddie doesn't have enough boys in the litter for all the interested prospective puppy-parents there's a litter due from Ando and Foss in October and the breeders will transfer our deposit to that one.

Thinking about puppy names now. Not sure why, but BB favours Diesel. It's not a bad name - and has the advantage that it's got a sound that's not easy to mix up with other likely dog names unless anyone at training classes has a dog called Weasel. Name suggestions?

This was Seamus...


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We've been planning to get a puppy - ostensibly for Best Beloved's birthday. He's been talking about it ever since we retired form international touring when Artisan finished. I thought he wanted another white German Shepherd like Seamus, our first dog, but while doing some research and much googling he found this breeder and fell in love with Ando, a black and tan dog with a strong red colouration. There's a litter due next week and we've sent off a deposit and ordered a pup - specifically a short-haired male black and tan which will hopefully have Ando's colouring.

Needless to say both Ando and the bitch, Maddie, have good hip-scores and elbows, and Ando has tested negative for the haemophilia gene. These are excellent show dogs, but we're not into showing we just want a bright, intelligent, happy puppy with every chance of growing up into a sociable gentleman.

If all goes well the pups are due in just over a week and we'll be able to see them (and parents) for the first time at around 4 weeks old.

Scroll down here for a pic of mum and dad, Ando and Maddie.

If Maddie doesn't have enough boys in the litter for all the interested prospective puppy-parents there's a litter due from Ando and Foss in October and the breeders will transfer our deposit to that one.

Thinking about puppy names now. Not sure why, but BB favours Diesel. It's not a bad name - and has the advantage that it's got a sound that's not easy to mix up with other likely dog names unless anyone at training classes has a dog called Weasel. Name suggestions?

This was Seamus...


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For[profile] la_marquise_de_. This dog would never be mistaken for a ghost despite his colour. Shamus was out first dog, a white German Shepherd bred from an Irish police dog (yes we did all the jokes about 'used to retrieve hand-grenades). We've had other dogs since, but he was the stand-out character.
Shamus
No thanks, I couldn't eat a whole one


He really meant it when he brought a stick to throw.


Puppy picture - jumping off a paving slab
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For[profile] la_marquise_de_. This dog would never be mistaken for a ghost despite his colour. Shamus was out first dog, a white German Shepherd bred from an Irish police dog (yes we did all the jokes about 'used to retrieve hand-grenades). We've had other dogs since, but he was the stand-out character.
Shamus
No thanks, I couldn't eat a whole one


He really meant it when he brought a stick to throw.


Puppy picture - jumping off a paving slab

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