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Well, he did it! We earned our first agility title as a team today in just our second show
together! 4 runs and boom--there it is--our first agility title just like that! What a way
to end the year for me! Trek is now, officially,
"AGI Braylor's First Contact CGC."
Happy New Year from all of us,
Hi Brandi & Mike,
Our little girl had a great first day in her new home. Everything went well. No problem
eating her dry food. She is happy, contended, and one very special and precious papillon.
We all love her and I think the feeling is mutual.
Hope you had a nice Christmas. Thought I would send you an update on Charlie. We are
addicted to the show The Dog Whisperer and are trying to apply as much as we
can. We have been taking Charlie on walks and after about four days, he got the hang of it
& now he loves it! He learns so quickly! He is starting to understand sit
when we tell him to before we give him toys or treats. We are SO delighted by his lack of
messes in the house! Most puppies would have a very hard time with this, but our little
Charlie walks over to his box to go potty all by his self or he will sit by the door to go
out such a good boy! He had a very good Christmas & Im attaching a
picture of him wearing one of his presents. He is so well behaved. My Joshy bought a
little doggy bag & he goes with us to the movies so we dont have to leave him
home alone for hours & he just sleeps the whole time! He is getting so much better at
the separation anxiety. It helps that we have not had to work or be gone much since he
arrived with the holidays. Weve been working our way up to leaving him alone longer
like Ive been reading. We bought a puppy gate made of a thick fabric that is held by
velcro around a metal frame.. and he has figure out how to undo the Velcro & slip
right out smart little guy! We love him so much & I am so happy to see how much
my husband loves this little puppy.
Amy (and Josh)
Brandi & Mike,
Happy Holidays to you and your family. You'll find attached, a Christmas photo of Pocket
and her best friend Lucky. Pocket, of course, has already been snooping under the tree and
found a Christmas gift for herself. She managed to open the gift and to her delight found
Doggie Wishbones and Mother of All Bones the Ranger Rib - her favorite chew bones. Pocket
and Lucky love to play together and spend hours chasing each other around the house
running from one room to the other. One minute Pocket will be chasing Lucky and the next
minute Lucky will be after her in return. They have so much fun together! Pocket is the
most loving and brightest little dog. She loves to give out the sweetest little kisses. We
love Pocket very much and cannot thank you enough for allowing her to be a part of our
lives. I am so thankful every day that I found your web site, and you had Pocket
Julie & Jim
As you heard, I have my new precious pappy puppy Charlie as an early Christmas present!! I
am so excited & so happy!! Everyone had me so fooled!! I couldnt resist emailing
you a few days ago because I could have swore my husband wasnt really concerned
about getting a puppy right away & I didnt want to let all of the good puppies
go! Thanks for playing along I am attaching pics of Charlie from last night & this
morning. He is such a good boy!!! He goes potty in his box and outside, runs around &
is so playful and then will cuddle and take a nap. He went right to sleep in his new crate
and made it through the whole night! I am so impressed! We are so happy and proud of our
little guy! He is so perfect for us. He is the best Christmas present I could have ever
Our family portrait, Christmas 2005.
Beth, Heather, Sarah & Scott
with Chris, Chief, Shiloh & Concho
Hi Mike & Brandi,
Cute card! Here's a recent photo of Haley (and my daughter Caitlin).
Happy holidays to you,
Merry Christmas and a happy New Year to you and your family....of Papillons. Thanks for
the e-mail card. I am sending a picture of Lexie I took recently under the Christmas tree.
She is such a beautiful and smart girl. She is well trained and will ring a bell I have at
the door when she needs to go out. She will sit, shake, down on all fours and speak for a
treat of cheerios. She keeps us entertained all the time, playing tug of war with her toys
and when you throw them she will bring them back to you for more. As you can see, she is
one of your most beautiful papillons and we are so happy to have her as a part of our
family. Thanks again for letting us have her.
Best wishes for the holidays.
Carolyn & Ken Legge
Thank you and happy holidays to you and your family. I took this photo of Pierre last
month in Budapest Hungary. He is doing so well. He lives partly in Europe and also
Houston. He travels very well and is such a smart dog. Thought you might enjoy.
(TX, USA & Europe)
Brandi & Mike,
Here's the other picture of Chris and Heather winning at the state Fair.
Brandi & Mike,
I loved your Christmas card. I just realized I haven't updated you in a while. Chris has
been here for an entire year now and he just turned 2 1/2. I'm attaching a couple of
photos taken back in May and August. The state fair photo was taken at the end of August
and you can see how much his fringe grew in three short months! His coat is amazing and we
have to keep trimming his tail. Heather has done an outstanding job of training him. She
did very well at both county and state fairs, winning a runoff at state against six other
kids. She's planning on showing him in Rally Obedience in January. He LOVES going to class
and loves learning new things. He is such a sweet little boy and we love having him! Merry
Mike & Brandi,
We had Puff Daddy neutered on December 1, 2005. He has recovered nicely and continues to
rule our roost. He terrorizes the grandma Chihuahuas and gets along famously with the JRT.
His favortie playmate is Charlie, the Golden Retriever. He helped decorate for Chirstmas
by carrying off anything he could get! You guys didn't tell me that Papillons are thieves!
He knows how to unzip my purse...
He's going to New York City for Christmas next week and looking forward to checking out
the snow in Central Park. He's turned out to be beautiful, with great ears!! He has
reached about 5 lbs. Thank you for blessing us with such a great baby! Take care and Merry
I have attached Bella's Christmas photo (second one) as well as another shot of her done
just two weeks ago at 1 year, six months and 6 pounds. Bella sends her best to you during
this Holiday Season. Thank you again for giving me the love of my life. Merry Christmas!
Some new pix of Wyatt/Bandit for you. What a character!! He is enjoying the snow, digging
in it, burying his nose, having fun. He is crazy about people - friends and strangers -
and whines rather than barks when he see them (or other animals). He "fakes"
peeing so that he can rush in and get a cookie for being good - he's smart- but I don't
fall for that one. He is also very loving and quite the cuddle bug. I feel very lucky.
Isn't he lovely!!! He is a really beautiful boy. He has a georgeous long silky coat and
HUGE fringy ears, but best of all he has the best temperament. He gets along great with
all of the extended families' pets and adores my neices and nephews. I can't thank you
enough for letting me take one of your puppies. All of us have absolutely fallen in love
with him! Thanks so much,
Mickey has really been a joy. He is really coming out of his shell and is quite playful at
home. His favorite toy is a stuffed octopus that is twice his size, so it's really funny
watching him drag it around the house. He is still quite shy with strangers, but we are
trying to work on that slowly. He has lost most of his shyness on our walks and he drags
me all over the place, very curious about everything. I had him fixed a few! weeks ago and
promptly lost the receipt, so I will pick up a copy when I get the worm pills later today
and get that over to you so we can finish up our paperwork. I have one pic I thought you
would like - he is so handsome!
The results are in! Two Q's for two runs. One more Q and he'll have his first agility
title. First run was scored 197 out of 200 and second run was scored 200. A perfect score
and a Second Place! He was just an absolute star!!! And he didn't have it easy either. UKC
has changed some rules and because I am an instructor he had to run in the B class
(experienced and titled dogs) as opposed to the A class (dogs with no title and just
starting out that get to walk the course on leash before they run (which I was counting on
being able to do with him as I wasn't aware of this bizarre rule change until today)! He
wasn't running with dogs just starting or even dogs having their first day in the ring
like him!!! He was running with advanced level dogs that already have their titles in the
AGI class and are running in that class to score 196 or better to earn points towards
their Agility Trial Champion Titles. I know you don't do agility and probably don't know
what I'm babbling about, but let's put it this way all it did was make the 2nd place we
earned today all the more sweeter. I'll send you a pic of his first ribbons soon. I just
wanted you to know it was all I ever dreamt it would be and ohhhhh so much more. He did
exactly what I expected (got the zoomies) and some of what I didn't expect, he ran like an
experienced novice dog not a dog who was having his first day in the agility ring. It was
all the same game to Trek, which is the way it should be, but the change in the atmosphere
and the buzzing excitement of a trial didn't phase him a bit. Not the people watching nor
the cramped quarters as this was a small building, not the new equipment he's never
practiced on before (at this site), nor the people chuckling at his antics in some spots,
not the cheering and clapping of the crowd as he crossed the finish. I have a woman on
video tape talking to my husband during our run and I'm including her exact words,
"Isn't that dog beautiful!!!! Oh look at that coat and and look at him
Brandi, I'll never say it enough......I LOVE MY PAPILLON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
And would even if he didn't love the agility game, but he was just flying out there
today!!!!! Wait until he really understands what we're doing out there!!!! Those butterfly
ears truly do....give him wings!
Hi Brandi and Mike,
I can't tell you how much joy and pleasure this little guy has brought to our lives. He is
happy, playful and loves to try and play with our 3 cats who just look at him like he's
crazy. He'll chase your hand if you pretend it's something after him. He also loves to
chase his tail and he also thinks he's a big baby. He loves to cuddle and he just can't
"kiss" enough. He also has his favorite 2 spots in the house. He took over the
recliner chair and he loves to lay on the back of the couch like it's his throne. He has
got to be the sweetest, most intelligent dog I have ever had. We even need to spell words
in front of him . He loves to go "bye-bye" in the car, however, unfortunately he
gets car sick. I have enclosed a few pictures of my special little guy. Again, he is just
such a joy and I want you to know that he is very much loved and adored. He is our
"baby". Thank you so much.
Jedi's vet check went great and everyone loved him, especially Dr. Beauchamp. I have
pictures to send you. Jedi loves fall in Tennessee. He is really into playing in the
leaves. This Sat. we are going to a puppy seminar that my agility instructor is teaching.
I can't wait to show Jedi off. I'll let you know how it goes.
(TN , USA)
Hi, guys!!! Lee and Trek checking in! Trek just reminded me that I hadn't sent a 12 mos
pic, hadn't told you that we moved and changed emails and hadn't told you that we bought 4
acres in the country just so he could hunt crickets, beetles, moths and lady bugs!
Seriously, sorry for the lack of updates. It's been a crazy, crazy last couple of months.
Trek's first agility trial should be either end of November or beginning of January in UKC
agility. He's beyond ready, just working on getting his brain to stay with his feet. He's
prone to letting his speed go to his head and leaves his brain in park. It's a riot cause
he just soooooooooooooo loves to run!!!! He's teetering at a whopping 7 lbs and got just a
smidge taller even. He LOVES country life, LOVES his Border Collie and is quite the guard
dog from behind his fence when he hears the coyotes in the distance. He gets the entire
crew on alert and on their feet. But yet, with the little barn kittens, he whimpers and
puppy yipes at them to get their attention. What a wonder he is! Fearless, creative,
loving, and more and all mine, mine, mine to be commanded at his whims! Happy Holidays and
hope you enjoy Trek's One Year pic....can ya believe that???? Thank you for bringing us
(IL , USA)
Mattie and Jessie just had their shots, nails clipped, and were also expressed. Mattie
checks in at about 7 lbs. 3 oz.; Jessie is 10 lbs. I do like the picture of the two of
them. They sat by themselves, together, as they usually do. I love them. Everybody else
does too! I don't know if I mentioned this, but when it is their turn at the vet's, the
one nurse will say, "Okay ears, come on in!" Everyone thinks that is cute. Hope
all is well with you. We'll keep touch.
(PA , USA)
Sorry I have not checked my email lately. Too busy playing with Jedi and Ginny I guess.
They are doing great together and Jedi did well last night in his crate. It won't take him
any time. The only time he is in it is at night. During the day if I have to leave I put
in the master bathroom with Ginny. (He is very interested in electrical cord so we keep a
close eye on him). Thank you for the recent pictures of Shaker. He is a beauty. My friend
who keeps Ginny for me when I am out of town came over to my agility ring yesterday. She
brought her 3 yr old male Pap and her new 12 week old female Sheltie. Jedi fell in love
with Eva the Sheltie pup and they played chase all over the ring. We are all enjoying Jedi
sooo much. Tomorrow I'm taking him for his vet check and I know it will go great. He is
such a love .I'm sure you do miss him. Right now he is asleep in my lap. A tired baby.
Talk to you later.
(TN , USA)
....from the World's cutest lady bug! This is Weaver aka Bella. She sends her best wishes
on this fun day! p.s. I received her papers. Thank you so much.
(VA , USA)
Here are some pix of Wyatt (Bandit) at 6 months. He has moved from Puppy school to
beginning obedience and is quite the ham - doing great except with "down." I
don't think he gets why he needs to rest at school. His instructor is continually telling
him how smart he is though he remains modest. He continues to do well with other animals
and people, and he also continues to be very sweet and loving. I have warned him about New
England winters - he doesn't get it yet. He also was neutered last Thursday and did very
(MA , USA)
We are all in love with Jedi. He is doing great and is having fun investigating his new
home. Ginny and he have been playing hard and my parents have been amazed how well they
get along. You know Papillons, they seem to know their own kind. He slept in his crate
next to Ginny's crate and cried on and off until he went to sleep. It was hard not to just
hold him all night , but I know it is better if he gets the routine down. I'm sure tonight
he will even do better. We will try to send you some momre pictures soon. You have been
great to work with.
(TN , USA)
We ended up having to take Brodie to the vet yesterday. He had an infant tooth that had
broken off behind the adult canine. We took him to the vet and had all routine labs and a
physical exam performed. He checked out great. He had to be put out under anesthesia for
the tooth extraction so we went ahead and had him neutered yesterday while he was under
the anesthesia. He came out fine and he is home resting. The vet that we used said that
you are more than willing to have any paperwork you deem necessary for verification of his
procedure. I have attached a couple of new pics of Brodie for you. He is really turning
out to be a wonderful addition to our family.
(TX , USA)
Hi Brandi, I got a new camera and the dogs have been my only subject. I think Hailey is
tired of me following her around and capturing her every move! As you can see, she just
gets more beautiful everyday. I am so grateful to have her in my life. Attached are a
couple of photosone of which I took and interrupted her nap! I hope you are well.
(TX , USA)
Brandi and Mike,
Fall has definitely come to the Northeast. Thought I'd send one of the best pix of Roofuss
from the summer. I practically carry the camera with me everywhere these days, afraid of
missing a good photo or our girl!
Chris & Dick
(PA , USA)
Hi Brandi and Mike,
This is the newest picture of Louie aka Raider. He went to the Vet on Thursday for a check
up, and everything is fine. He is a little over 4 pounds and has lost most of his baby
teeth. He knows his name, is still using his litter box, made friends with most of the
cats. He is still a bit scared of Yum Yum the female Siamese. He really likes to eat. For
breakfast he usually has chicken and veggies. He is not to keen on his dry food. If he
eats any dry, its the cats food. And the cats eat his. The Vet does not think
its a problem. His coat is soft and shiny. He is a real sweet little guy and we love
him a lot.
Keeping in touch!
(MD , USA)
Brandi and Mike,
My daughter in the picture (Cheyenne) has written you a letter, thanking you for Bentley.
However, we thought we would go ahead and send you a picture of her and Bentley after
puppy class. Hope all is going well. We are sure enjoying Bentley.
(Alaska , USA)
Bella is doing wonderful. She was spayed on January 18, 2005 and everything went well. She
really only had one "slow" day. After day two she was back to playing like never
before. She is now 1 year and 2 months. She was weighed at 1 year and at that time she
weighed 6 pounds, 2 ounces. I think she has gained a little this summer but I do not know
Bella just finished basic obedience training and passed with flying colors! If you show
her how to do something once she remembers it forever. She was also voted "Best
Dressed" because she has bandanas in almost every color! She is signed up for
intermediate training and will start the new classes shortly. The trainer thinks she would
make a wonderful therapy dog but I want her to obtain as much obedience training as she
can get before she starts the therapy classes. She loves to learn and needs to be
challenged both physically and mentally everyday. I am still planning on taking her to
agility school in the Spring -- she runs at the speed of lightning. I know I am partial
but she is the smartest dog I have ever know and even more important she is the most
loving dog in the world. I will never be able to tell you how thankful I am that you
brought her into my life.
You can see for yourself that Bella is beautiful -- definitely show quality.
Please let me know your thoughts and when and if you know about her parents breeding,
please keep me posted...I might want to put a deposit down on another female if that is
okay with you.
Thank you so much for being so dedicated to this breed. I am so proud to have a Papillon
from Braylors Papillons.
(Virginia , USA)
Dear Brandi and Mike,
Your little Milla is such a darling little dog. She did end up being 8 pounds but very
petite - she is all legs. Her coat is so long her skirt is to the ground and it drags
behind her when she walks in the grass. She has some hair on the top of her head that is
almost two inches long so sometimes she can look kind of wild. She has to have a piece of
romaine lettuce and celery every morning just like the parakeets. All in all she is really
sweet, funny, and wanting to be a good girl. I never had to crate her - she has run of the
house and if she has to go - she goes on washable cotton rugs I have by the patio door.
This picture of her is 10 months old. We couldn't get her to stand up. I should have
brought treats. I enjoy your website - Your dogs are beautiful.
(Chicago , USA)
Dear Brandi! It's update time!
Well, I got Trek's AKC papers today. I've filled out registrations for the major agility
registries too! I really believe in my heart of hearts he and I were just meant to be.
It's completely amazing to me that at 10 mos he's sequencing 9 obstacles already as he did
at class tonight! (He's in with the advanced beginners, though I'm skipping weave poles
with him intentionally - to let his growth plates close - and full height a frames.) I
feel as bonded to him as I do with my 4 year old Border Collie, Dera! (That's saying
something because Dera is my heart of hearts and she's just a part of me in a very special
way.) We do three exercises and just play, play, play, but still he's just an amazingly
wonderful boy. I will take some video at class the next time my husband comes with me to
class so you can see him just fly!!!!!!! Honestly, he laughs out there. Tail flat out
behind him, coat blowing in the wind. If you listen closely, you can hear him go,
"WAAAAAHOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!" through tunnels and over jumps. I cannot wait to do
Rally Obedience with him as much as agility. He's learning to take and hold things now for
obedience and tricks (he's a retrieving maniac). Everyone at classes just shakes their
head and says, "You've corrupted him. He thinks he's a Border Collie." I laugh
and tell them, "No, it's my Border Collies that think they're Papillons!" And I
cannot tell you how proud I felt tonight hearing from one of the people in class,
"He's just fearless! He's just so fast for a little dog. I can't believe you've only
had him since May!" Personally, I think Trek has always been in my heart because
we've soooo bonded and I just don't feel like he's only been here a few short months.
(IL , USA)
We just love him to death! I think he might go for his first Harley ride tomorrow. A short
one. I'll work him into it. He seems to take everything in stride. Such a trooper! Thank
you guys for everything. We'll stay in touch!
By the way, Spike is still just 2.44 pounds at six months! We wanted small and you
Douglas & Debbie
He is doing GREAT!! He slept on the bed with Winnie and me last night - all the way
through till 5:30 when Win woke everyone up. He has been great with peeing and pooping
outside, he wants to play with the cats, but they are saying "No way" for now. I
had a friend over last night and he was fine with her till I left the room - then he cried
- but she just picked him up and it was ok. He is jumping up on the couch by himself - and
down, of course. And he isn't as shy as I thought he would be. I left him in the pantry
for the first time today - he has all of his stuff with him - and he does run in there
when he is a bit scared, so he feels safe there. I will only be at work a few hours today
- then back to make sure he deals with being alone ok. It seemed by his paper work that
he'll need another set of puppy shots - when do I need to do that? I've already taken some
photos - will send when developed and scanned. So - all is wonderful - I'll keep you
Brandi, Our little Brodie boy is really starting to look more like a pap. His coat is
definetly going to be red in the next few months. The dark hairs around his mask have
lightened and even the white stripe has tinges of red now. His left ear stands erect now
and his right ear is about 3/4 up. He does stairs now, sit, stay, fetch, and release. I am
teaching him the extended stay command now and his leash training is coming along pretty
well. He has mastered the litter box and he really doesn't like relieving himself
outdoors. He makes it through the night without needing his litter box and really doesn't
cry that much when we leave now to run errands. He and the cat are getting along very well
and they like to chase each other back and forth. I really think Daffy (our cat) likes him
even though she tries to act disinterested at times. Everyone comments on his conformation
and expressions. He steals hearts and attracts attention everywhere he goes. Our friends
are considering a pap for their next pet and are looking for breeders. Of course, we are
partial and we expressed our choice--then again, we let Brodie do the talking. We really
love having him here with us in our home. Thanks for releasing such a beautiful dog to us.
We are going to send pictures when I can get them uploaded off my camera. I am taking him
for his second vet appointment this Saturday and all is looking good for him, concerning
his health. Congrats on the Longview show.
Brandi & Mike
Just a couple more pics. Spike is doing GREAT! Took him on his first motorhome trip and he
adapted really well. Growing up in the desert, he thought the weather at the beach was a
little chilly. He such a joy!
Debbie and Douglas
Hello Brandi & Mike
I just wanted to tell you again what a wonderful addition James has been to our family. He
is absolutely gorgeous and so loving and faithful. Our children adn all the children in
the neighborhood simply adore him. The photos I sent are just some candids taken along the
way and they don't do him justice.I'm still trying to catch a photo of him with his tongue
out; I sweat it looks like he's smiling! We have considered getting another Papillons to
keep him company, so keep us in mind! James has been nothing but a joy to have in our
Peggy (NY, USA)
Brandi & Mike
Could he be more handsome???? Will be in touch shortly with the exact date for his neuter,
will be within the next two weeks. He graduates from puppy class on Monday. He's just
absolutely in love with agility and obedience by the way. Loves to learn and loves to
play. He's already sequencing tunnels and jumps with bars on the ground and has a great
send to the pause table and box already. His coolest trick so far is called "Say
Merci." He puts both paws in the air and grabs at the wind to say thank you. Makes
everyone go "Awwwwwwww." I'm forever getting compliments on him from EVERYONE.
They love his look, his personality, everything about him! He's just a great, great, great
pup! I keep saying it, but I'll never be able to thank you both enough for having faith in
me and letting him come into my life! This is Trekkie with one of my friends youngest son
who just loves Trekkie. Trek loves this little guy. Gets all jumpy whenever he sees him
As you can see Mandy is doing well and Lea loves her. We start puppy obedience classes
tomorrow. She is so full of mischief and such a personality. She keeps me in stitches all
day I can't begin to tell you what a joy she is.
I had my Vogue Spayed on July 1st, but she is so full of energy when I let her outside she
shoots out the door so needless to say she is spending her time inside. She really does
clean herself like a cat. Paps really are a breed of their own and so very interesting. I
have one picture of her and my mother. I sent pics that you emailed me of Vogue (there
were 3 that were absolutely prefessional quality) to Wal-Mart and had reproductions made.
They are just beautiful!
Vogue is doing great, she is a very energetic girl, She loves to run, after we got home I
let her out in the yard to potty and she bounded around the yard. She is fast as
lightning. I really appreciate yall for letting me own her, she is more beautiful than my
first. We are bonding at a normal pace. My chi and Vogue are starting to do the chase
thing and Vogue's favorite toy is a tiny little bear that my other Pap owned . I will mail
yall some pics when I get her spayed next month. Thanks again.
Attached you will find new pictures of Leo. He has adjusted perfectly to our home, he has
a small problem of chewing if he finds our shoes laying around but other than him keeping
me on my toes in that area he is perfect. We adore this boy, he is a angel. His sweet
personality is worth a million to me. Thank You
Hi Brandi & Mike!
I have enclosed latest pictures of Wonder along with a copy of her Pet Therapy certificate
earned 4-28-05. As you can see by the photos she is one spoiled baby.
Hey Brandi & Mike!
Spike is really fitting in here. Joey has accepted him whole-heartedly. They play and
rough house all the time. Spike is really close to being 100% housebroken. We just love
him sooo much! Thanks so much for introducing our little guy, Spike to us. He's been a
wonderful addition to our family!
Douglas and Debbie
Brandi & Mike,
Thought you might enjoy a couple pix, being today is Roofuss' (Enya's) 1st Birthday. We
just can't tell you how much it means to us that you parted with her -- you'll see that
just like you told us she is maturing so beautifully. We can't take her anywhere that we
don't get tons of wonderful comments. She is always the center of attention, and we love
Chris & Dick
Here's some new photos of our boy Vito as he approaches his 2nd birthday.
Brandi and Mike,
Brandy (AKA Milla) after her bath.
Dear Brandi and Mike,
Little Brandy (AKA Milla) really is our dream puppy. We love her so much. It is hard to
believe she is only 7 months old, she is so well-behaved. She has a lot of fun with our
older dog, Tabitha. They do everything together. She is just gorgeous with a sweet fun
loving personality. She just lights up a room as she prances around. Hope you enjoy her
Here is a picture of our adorable Lola. As you can see she is getting prettier every day.
She is enjoying her obedience and agility training. She is a natural jumper! She adores
everyone she meets so we are considering training her as a therapy dog in the future. She
is a treasured part of our family. We can't imagine how we got along without her! We are
very proud to tell everyone that she is a Braylor Papillion. Thanks for everything, Elayne
and Bob Stabile
Elayne and Bob
Brandi & Mike,
Haley's doing great; you guys obviously did a fantastic job socializing her, as I took her
to a pet fair and to Petsmart today and she did just fine with dogs and people of all
sizes. And of course she got TONS of compliments for being such a beautiful girl. She's
beautiful and very sweet, just like you said. I think she's going to be a wonderful
addition to our family.
Hi! Hope all is well with you and your dogs. Haley is doing great--she was spayed this
week (I will send you the certificate in the mail) and is recovering nicely. I've attached
a photo of Haley with her new sister Casey and my kids. She is already part of the family
and we love her so much!
Mojo has adjusted very very well. It only took him 2 days to learn to use the doggie door,
and he loves being outdoors. If I can't find him in the house, he's in the backyard
playing in the grass. In addition, he and Boomer have bonded exceptionally well. We also
kept one of my parents' dogs (mini schnauzer) while they were out of town for two weeks,
and all three dogs interacted well together. I am very pleased with his transition. The
breed was a great fit for us.
Enclosed are a couple new photos of Sparky. He's my parents pride and joy! They love him
dearly and he's brought them so much pleasure.
Now that spring has officially sprung here in the northeast, we thought we'd send a pix of
Roofuss' (AKA Enya) first Pennsylvania snow...at first, she was unsure about this cold,
white stuff, but she now LOVES it!!
kudos on Rayna's show win!! When I asked Roofuss if she'd like to see a pix of her sister,
using the name 'Rayna', her ears perked right up. Like so many other of your happy pet
owners, we are just in love with this little girl. She has quickly become the center of
our daily lives and gives us unbounded joy. Thank you for the gift of her.
Chris & Dick
Heather showed Chris in Jr. Showmanship for the first time this last weekend. It was a
four day cluster but they only showed two days of it. The second day they won third place
in a class of 14. Not bad for only going to two drop-in conformation classes and two
matches for preparation. He stood well for her on the table and he does a great free
stack. I'm attaching two pictures for you. They are very bonded to each other and having
fun. Thanks for letting us have such a cutie! I'm sure this is just the start of a long,
successful show career for the pair of them. It was wonderful to see Heather back in the
This our boy Emmet. Hes three years old now and is the most lovable dog in the world. He
is a bit spoiled. He realy has us trined well. He was getting a little ragged looking so
had to have him trimmed up a little. A lot of the pink on his nose has blackened in, its
still what everyone seems to say makes him cute. We are more than happy to have him with
us. He doesnt like to be away from us and he travels well and always behaves himself
in hotels and motels. He the greatest.
George and Marlene
Here are a few pictures of Hailey! What a cutie.
I was just writing you to give you a quick update on Scout. It's been almost a month since
he came here. He's such a delight. He's been so easy to housetrain. He already lets us
know when he needs to go out. Scout is so intelligent, sensitive, and loving. We call him
our little love bug. He knows no strangers and is happy in anyone's arms. We've been going
to the Delaware County Kennel Club and Academy of Dog Training handling classes each week.
He is loving it, and is such a ham. Today we attended our first match show, and though we
didn't win best papillon puppy, he was on his best behavior and seemed to be enjoying
himself. ;) He took so well to the atmosphere and is almost cocky! lol Nothing bothers him
and he was able to relax and sleep in my arms even with all the comotion going on. Here
are a few new pictures. His coat and fringe really are coming in quickly. I also think his
ears have gotten bigger. At least it appears that way! :)
Ethan wanted to show off 1 of his new sweaters he got from Santa.
Ethan is a cherished spoiled rotten member of the family. It is true what they say about 1
is not enough. We would like to get a red and white female for a pet.
Hi Brandi and Mike,
Callie (Truffle) is fine and sends puppy kisses. She is really becoming such a beautiful
dog and she and I are inseparable - she is such a loving companion. We all just adore her
and she and the cat are the best of friends.
I thought you would like to see how beautiful Weaver (Bella) has become. These pictures
were taken around Thanksgiving so she would have been 5 months old. She is now almost 7
months old and weights 4 pounds, 14 ounces. She loves her toys and really likes to
retrieve balls! She is having surgery tomorrow to make sure she does not have any little
ones so please keep her in your thoughts. Thank you again for giving me the love of my
Had our first vet appointment last week and had the spay sutchers removed...all is well. A
few photos to share from the recent holidays (our arrival at the airport; photos of pup
and me, and also my folks).
Chris and Dick
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