My first requirement for this pairing is two healthy dogs who are clear of any breed-specific genetic diseases. Secondly, I wanted to breed rural companion dogs who will help with farm chores and learn the daily routine. Dogs who want to be with their family day and night. I like a dog who can assist … Read more
The men and women who enlist in the U.S. military go through two initial phases of training. In basic training, soldiers learn the fundamental discipline and skill set to function productively in military life. And then in advanced training, we learn the details of the specific job we’ll be performing during our enlistment. The Natchez … Read more
Here’s Sturgill from Josie’s Fall 2020 litter with Rusty. Sturgill now lives on a carrot farm in North Carolina with his parents Anna and Brian. Sturgill is doing really well! You raised him with a lot of confidence! He does wonderfully with strangers, he is so friendly. He has also done great with novel items … Read more
Sugar hips were x-rayed today for preliminary OFA submission. They’re saying it’s a good chance they’ll come back Excellent. That’d be great, but honestly I’m just happy they’re pretty clearly at least Good. She turned one year old yesterday, weighed in at 50 lbs.