When I hear of one of the oldsters who passes over The Rainbow Bridge, I need to honor their memories...and thank their families for gifting them with a loving home.
I don't know if you remember Spencer. He was the son of Kate. He was 11 and we loved him so very much. He was a great dog to kids as they grew up and was a month shy of being a groomsman in our sons wedding. (Not our choice)!!! He recently passed, but we try not to be sad, but to remember what a good boy he was. We thank you for all of the happiness he brought us. Not ready to jump back in yet, its been 6 months, but I am missing the wagging tail when we come home and the kisses and walks.
When it's time, are you still breeding these great dogs?
Maureen and Michael
Celebrating new life is so fulfilling. Q-Tip's sister, Louise, CH Kiara Give Me A Kiss To Build A Dream On, brought fireworks into the house on the Fourth of July. She is such a contented mom! Today they are four weeks old and enjoying their first meal.
We had chance to catch up, eat well, and yes, imbibe alittle. We also did some sightseeing in the greenest state imaginable. We went to the Texas Falls in the Green Mountains. So serene, so beautiful. Almost a serene as being in my own back yard.
|BOB: GCH Arkeden N Kiskades Havin' A Ball|
I had the honer to be invited to judge the Bay Colony Tibetan Terrier's Fifteenth Annual Specialty this past June. There were a few class exhibits, but the true beauty of the breed was present in the many Specials I had the opportunity to share the ring with. I am very grateful to the BCTTC for asking me and to all those who brought their TTs.
|Select Bitch: CH Arkeden Sunsi's Relentless|