Photos and Testimonials

2008

See some of our pups in their new homes
and read what their new owners have written about them
over the past few years.

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so by reading from bottom to top you can watch many of the pups we have placed as they have
grown up and continued to mature and change.



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Testimonials 2008

12-25-08

Hi,
Took this today of Winston....he sends his love...of course.
Hugs,
Becky
(WA, USA)

12-22-08

Hi Brandi,
Here is Miley's (in the middle) first Christmas picture! One can see she is uncertain about all this while the other two act like , "yeah, we have to do this once a year". Lately she has been too cute for words. Even her puppy intro to agility instructor couldn't resist picking her up and giving her a hug!

Katherine, Jewel (my tiny rescue), Harry (CGC), and AKC registered Braylor's Smiley Miley
(NC, USA)

12-22-08

Merry Christmas Brandi.
Wishing you and your family the best Christmas ever. Here are some new pictures of Venus from her 3rd B'day, Halloween, and Agility training. My husband has been taking intermediate agility classes with her and he's doing very well. He's got the agility bug & has entered a trial with Venus after the holidays. Thinking of getting a performance pap for him so I can have Venus back (LOL). Venus is terrific and never stops entertaining us. She still follows me everywhere and is always on my lap or at my feet. She's the happiest & friendliest dog I've ever known. So glad you chose us as her forever family.

Carolyn
(TX, USA)

12-22-08

Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year to you and yours!
(re the pic of Bree - it's hard to get a good shot of her when she's standing as she is always on the run!) She is doing great and we are so thrilled to have her, and of course we already think she is a beauty!!!!

CJ
(TX, USA)

12-20-08

Merry Christmas Brandi & Mike-
Tika asked me to send this email to you. She is a little camera shy so she's very proud of the attached photos. We're planning a little trip to the Hill Country for Christmas. She is a very good traveler, even takes hotel automatic doors & elevators in stride. We both hope you are having a very happy holiday season & wish you a happy & prosperous New Year.

Pamela
(TX, USA)

12-17-08

Brandi,
Wishing you PEACE, LOVE and HAPPINESS this holiday season!!

Robert, Julie, Justin, Gavin & "Kerrmit"
(TX, USA)

12-17-08

Brandi,
Here are our annual Santa Claus pictures with the paps. Sandy, Missy and Captain had individual pictures and then I had one of them all together. Kiko and Jack have a bit of their ears cut off. Jack and Missy (being held) are on Santa's right and Captain (being held), Sandy (standing on Santa's leg) and Kiko are on the left side of Santa. I am so proud of them all and have such fun with them. Bet you can't tell where I'm standing!!

Sonja
(TX, USA)

12-14-08

Brandi,
We made it home and she has settled right in. She is happily chewing on the rawhide chew that was in her bag of goodies! Very curious and even barked at herself in the mirror. Nice to meet both of you today.

Margaret
(TX, USA)

12-14-08

Brandi & Mike,
Greetings from our home to yours.

Shell, Pat, Grace and the pups
(TX, USA)

12-9-08

Hi Brandi,
Best Holiday Wishes from Brandee and Heidi 2008.

Claudia
(TX, USA)

12-8-08

Dear Brandi & Mike,
This a picture of Danni and Jazzy in their matching coats that my roommate made! Danni is not a fan of a coat at all, but we have been so cold here in Atlanta, regularly below freezing, especially early mornings, so she’s had to wear it often this winter! Danni and Jazzy are almost the exact same size now though Danni’s head is a little taller and Jazzy’s frame and head a tiny bit larger! on occasion they will “jost” often with Danni’s paw landing on Jazzy’s nose – they freeze frame. Funny. They love to chew the same cow hoof, stealing it from each other as it’s all softened up (not bothering with the other one in the house). Danni loves to give Jazzy a “kiss” lick on the face whenever she gets a chance. I’ve taught Danni some basic tricks but she’s harder to get to focus. I love her “scooter” run as I call it as she gets so excited she just scoots around the house before breaking into a full run. Cute! Danni just loves to cuddle and be in my lap or close by. They are my sweet girls. Thanks so much for letting me have them both as I can’t imagine life without them now! Merry Christmas to you both!

Susan
(GA, USA)

12-8-08

Hi Brandi & Mike,
We wanted to let you know that Jezzy is doing great and send along these pictures! She and Trevor are buddies now. They get along great and although he doesn't want to play very much, you can tell he is always looking out for her. Her favorite toys get carried around the house and she even takes them outside sometimes. Her coat is looking really good and she's gained a bit of weight, too. We are thinking of taking her for some training classes after the 1st of the year to get her used to new sights and sounds, as well as other dogs.

Carole & Vic
(NC, USA)

12-2-08

Hi Brandi,
This past weekend, as part of the Long Island Road Rage flyball team, Keegan and I attended the Jet Set Flyball Tournament in York, PA. As it was his first flyball tournament, I wasn't sure how Keegan would handle the frenzy and noise. He wasn't fazed by it one bit. The plan was to have Keegan run the warm-up runs just to get him used to the atmosphere. He handled it so well that the team's coaches allowed him to run a few heats in the Saturday races. On Sunday he ran two full race heats of 5 races each. By the end of the weekend Keegan earned his NAFA FD (Flyball Dog) title. I've attached some pictures taken by Swift Bennett Photographers. Needless to say, I am extremely proud of Keegan. I will always be grateful to you for allowing me to have this wonderful boy. Hope all is well.

Teri
(NY, USA)

12-2-08

Hi Brandi and Mike,
If I'd sent all the emails I wanted to write this year to you, we'd have a book! I have been up to my eyeballs with too much work while learning to run my new dog training facility this year.... Titch has been doing great! He is best-bud's with both our aussie boys (Splash and Abby) while keeping the border collie girl (Zel) in her place. He is with me most of the time at my facility, and has several friends (dogs of clients) that he loves to play with. We have been training him in agility, but not as much as we have wanted to. I had planned on entering him in his first CPE agility trial last weekend but unfortunately did not send in the registration forms in time for the trial. Also, I don't know if Lee Ann has told you, but Titch and Trek have met and played a couple of times - the most recent was this last weekend at the CPE trial she was judging...they were doing quite the "Pappy-dance"! It's so fun to see another Braylor baby...Trek is one awesome doggie! I have attached a couple of not-too-recent photos of Titch - he has no problem getting into the mud! If you want to see a better photo of him, I will be ordering a couple of pics from our holiday photo shoot that we did a couple of weeks ago. We are looking with great lust on your available page at Rocco....what a cutie! Hope the holidays are going well for you and your family. Looking forward to hearing from you!

Susan and Chris
(IL, USA)

12-2-08

Brandi,
Addy wishes you a Happy Fall 2008!

Shell
(TX, USA)

11-21-08

Brandi,
I just wanted to let you know that our little boy Ryot (now Cedric) is doing so great!! He is the most loving puppy ever! Thank you so much!!!

Janae Terry
(TX, USA)

11-16-08

Hi Brandi,
Tango here…just wanted to wish you all happy Thanksgiving! I got to go on my first airplane ride (in first class, too) for Thanksgiving… it was really rough. I don’t like the whole pet carrier idea, those seats look much nicer. Who’s idea was it that I had to go under the seat, anyway? Please explain. I don’t get it. We went to New Orleans and you know, some parts smell pretty bad around there…but it was fun to get out of my back yard and see some sights! Enclosed is my photo from getting settled into my bed at the Ritz. Man, those beds are so soft –but my favorite part is all those pillows I can get on top off! I dig those elevators! I met some other dogs on vacation in the hotel, like me, and we liked to go potty together down the street – really fun, too! Oh, and another thing – why do they have chickens and other petting animals in the hotel? Good news, I almost got that rooster, until some guy pushed me back, darn the luck!! Oh, well – can’t wait for the next trip.

Yours truly,
Tango XOXOX
(TX, USA)


11-16-08

Hi Brandi,
You would be very proud of Ivy. She is really doing well and becoming very bonded to me. Just what I wanted. My daughter came over with some other nurses from the hospital and the first thing Grace said was" Ivy is very attached to my Mom. " My heart really warmed at that because I have had to earn Ivy's trust and I really cherish the bond which I know will just grow stronger with time. On the other hand the boys love me, but they also love whoever will throw a ball. Ivy and I are taking a girl trip to see my parents in Florida the first week of December. She will fly in the cabin with me. The boys are all staying here. I think this trip will also strengthen our bond, because we will have time alone. My Mom fell in love with Ivy when they were here in Oct. She said I didn't have to buy Ivy a return ticket. I told her no way, just enjoy her while she is with you. I also wanted you to know that Jedi is finally back to being a very happy puppy. He is doing great in both agility class and therapy work. I think Ivy has alot to do with that too. Lewis is a very busy boy. I have taken him out of agility for now and we are working clicker training and obedience for focus. He is like a little bull in a china shop out on the course and we needed to pull back to the basics. Some day he will be an awesome competitor. Well I guess that is all. Thanks again for the sweet picture.
This is my Mom Falling in love with Ivy. Maybe someday she will be ready for her own puppy. We will certainly be contacting you if that happens. Thought you might enjoy the picture of 3 generations with Papillons as well. Have a great day.

Blessings, Carol
(TN, USA)

11-16-08

Hi Brandi,
Well we are coming up on Winston's third birthday here pretty soon. Jim and I have thought it was time we gave you and Winston another glowing report of approval. Winston has continued to be our most happy of life time acquisitions. He has just been the greatest, and we are so pleased to have him. He keeps us busy of course fetching things and playing tug of war, but when I want him to be...he is a snuggly little lap dog..who snoozes through half time with us on the couch. Just exactly what I had in mind when we first got him. Since we built Jim's amateur radio room addition last spring, Winston has found a whole new "guy" room to hang around in. He sits up on Jim's desk and watches him at work. It is a real favorite spot...much more preferred...than to being in the house with all of us girls. These last few weeks has found Winston enjoying fall foliage. He thrashes around in big piles of leaves that are stacked higher than he is. The three girl dogs are much more dainty about it and circle around the whole mess, but not Winston. Plowing through it at full speed, is an everyday delight. Next it will be snow...another favorite event with him. I attached some pictures we took recently to show ya.

Talk to you later and best to you all there.
Love and hugs from Winston, Jim, Becky, Suzy, Duchess and Gal
(WA, USA)


11-16-08

Dear Brandi & Mike,
Max (3 yrs.) and Atom (2 yrs.) both celebrated their birthdays recently. I just thought you might like to know that both are doing fine. I apologize for the poor quality of the photos, but as I told you once before, photography isn't one of my hobbies. I hope they at least give you a pretty good idea of how Max and Atom have matured. I am always getting comments about what pretty dogs they are. Most of the pictures are of Max only because Atom wouldn't stay still in front of the camera. Despite the size and pesonality differences they get along very well together and are quite protective of each other. I'm still very happy with both of them.

Regards,
Bill
(NM, USA)

11-14-08

Hi Brandi & Mike,
I have started taking Titus various places and dressing him up for photos with the idea of possibly doing a book - not sure what it will be about, but it is a lot of fun and people get a real kick out of watching - Titus justs sits and stays perfectly still until l say O.K. - its hard to believe he is the same dog that zooms on the Agility Field !!!!! What a guy!!! We have entered our first Agility Trial - it is a 5 day AKC trial at the end of December - I know Titus is ready - I am less sure of myself, but my trainer says we are ready. Titus continues to be the most versitile companion - sleeping on my lap as I work on the computer - sitting in the stroller and being an angel when I have to go to meetings and then flying around the course when we do our agility - watching me for every signal. He had his first official measurement and he is 12 and 1/4 inches - so he will jump 12 - he weighs a little over 9 lbs. - He is really quite stunning !!!!

Love to you all,
Barbara and Titus
(FL, USA)

11-14-08

Hi Brandi,
I hope all is well by you. Brady (former name RJ) is the BEST puppy anyone could ask for! He's potty trained already - YEAH!! He just started to bark which is his way of telling me he wants to go out. He loves our daily walks and our 3 mile walks on the weekends at our dog friendly park, although he passes out the minute we get home. His hair is getting a little longer and please notice the patch of red on his side is shaped as a heart!! He has brought so much love to mine and Terry's lives... I can't thank you enough. Here's a few pictures of our growing boy!!

All our best,
Michele, Terry & Brady too
(NY, USA)

11-4-08

Hi Brandi,
Just wanted to send an update on how Avanti (Coco) is adjusting to her new home! It took her a few days to work up an appetite, but with a little coaxing and some soft food, she was eating in no time. We already have her weaned off the soft food and eating only hard...she seems to really love crunching it!! She absolutely loves running around in our backyard, rolling around in the grass and basking in the sunshine! She has the most adorable personality and never ceases to put a smile on our faces! You were defintely right about her toys...she spends hours at a time playing with them! She is extremely smart and we can't wait to begin teaching her tricks! She gets a TON of complements everywhere we go, and we are so proud of her and delighted to have her in our lives! Thanks you so much for helping her become a part of our family! We are sending a picture of her in her little halloween costume (she was a witch)...hope you enjoy it!

Taylor and Samantha
(TN, USA)

11-3-08

Brandi,
Hope everyone had a fabulous Halloween!!!!!!
Here's Titus on Halloween.


Cheers, Barbara and Titus
(FL, USA)

10-31-08

Brandi,
Here's Venus so not enjoying her Halloween outfit! LOL



Carolyn
(TX, USA)


10-27-08

Brandi,
Well, where to start.....Midwest Championships was amazing! I am so unbelievably proud of Trek I just don't know where I should start!!!!!!!!!! I cannot tell you how tough the competition was that Trek had in his height class for the Champs. I knew it was a pretty big high bar I had set for him. Keep in mind that Trek isn't an Elite dog yet and he's really only been running agility for a couple years and add the fact that he was running against dogs that are twice his age and have been playing agility at top levels in their height the eqivalent of my elite dog, Dera. A couple of them have even done the USDAA Grand Prix's and AKC Champs and have top titles. Oh, plus, Trek has never in his young life yet seen a championship course, let alone a course with more than 20 obstalces - not E-V-E-R! That little darling of mine kept up in many instances this weekend with em and even placed ahead of some of them here are there - oh he was so brilliant in those shining moments! Across 8 runs these last three days - Trek placed 4 times in his height group! The most impressive to me was a 3rd placement in Standard on Saturday!!!!!!!!! There's absolutely fantastic shots of him from this weekend. Oh they're just so telling of just how much fun he had out there! Trek is my clowning crowned prince. It's one of the things I most adore about him is his sense of fun and play. But there is also his work ethic and his drive and his evolving maturity - that's what you see in his expression. It took my breath away a little bit. For me, the results were a triumph. Knowing that Trek is tracking towards the seasoned dogs in his height class is a thrill for me. Seeing him place with dogs the caliber of those that we ran with is thrilling to me. We got home about 45 minutes ago and he is curled up on my bed next to big bro, Flip. Poor guy, he's so totally wiped out! But was he ever, ever, ever, ever a trooper!

Lee Ann
(IL, USA)

10-26-08

Dear Brandi,
We have had the most amazing couple of days. My family came to my home for a family reunion and my sister-in- law from Lakeland Florida is quite an amazing animal behaviorist. She breeds and shows Westies. I asked her to observe Ivy for me and see if she could give me some pointers on helping her be more outgoing. I had been reading books and doing exercises but she still was happiest in the kitchen, the dog room or in my arms. It didn't take her long at all to access our problem. It wasn't Ivy at all, but Lewis. It was so sneaky that I didn't pick up on it. She told me to watch Lewis's position as it related to Ivy and me. He always put himself between us. No growl, no charge, just a position to keep her where he wanted her( away from me). He would also put himself between Jedi and Ivy at times. He would play with her and interact with her but he keep her away from me until I would just go pick her up, thinking she was just too shy to come on her own. It is really a miracle the way she prances around the house now as long as I keep Lewis in check. Now that we are on to Lewis, it is amazing how he is relaxing. I guess in his mind I wasn't being the alpha when it came to Ivy and he needed to step in. Such a simple thing, but what an amazing difference. Thought I would share that with you. Ivy's little personality is really shining now. And Lewis will be a better boy for being found out. I just want you to know that Ivy is everything I requested and so much more. She loves to be with me, in the car, in her bag, in her front carrier and of course in my lap. I wanted a small, beautiful, Beta lap dog and you picked her perfectly for me. She loves everyone and everyone loves her. I just felt she had a more outgoing puppy part to her I wasn't seeing unless we were outside. Now I see that as we move from room to room in the house. If I keep Lewis in check she has the freedom to follow and interact. So please don't get me wrong. Ivy is everything I requested. In fact I tell friends if they are ever in the market for a papillon write to you and be specific because everyone of mine has been just what I requested. Thanks so much for each one of them. I love each of their unique personalities. In fact they are all sitting on me as I write this. Thanks for everything.

Blessings, Carol
(TN, USA)

10-26-08

Brandi,
It has been sometime since we emailed – For a little update at 36 weeks old, we are adjusting well as you can see in this picture of us bonding (brushing teeth) and spending some time in the office. Bree wonders what is so special about the computer.

John
(TX, USA)

10-25-08

Hi Brandi,
Frankie was bitten by a rattlesnake in August. He's doing well and the Vet said that the rattlesnake vaccine we chatted about and decided to give probably saved his life. We did give him the antivenin ($800 a shot) that night too and within an hour of the strike. He was bit just over the right eye on the skull. The snake was right outside the door when I let he and PJ out. He never had a chance. PJ couldn't figure out what was going on and kept looking around the house for Frankie and barking. It still seems surreal. Kind of like a dream (nightmare.) I would strongly recommend the vaccine to anyone that lives in an area where a bite is possible. A combination of factors helped. The vaccine, the bite being on his skull and not a "meaty" part of his body where the venom would have been injected deeply, and the injection of Antivenin quickly after the bite. Bottom line is that Frankie is doing well. In a week he was back to 100%. I really feel fortunate.

Doug
(NM, USA)

10-23-08

Dear Brandi,
Shmooli is the center of the family and bring us so much joy and love every day; we are very thankful to have her.
Hope all is well with you.
All our best,
Judy
(TN, USA)

10-20-08

Hi Brandi,
It's hard to believe that a year has passed since Keegan (Striker) flew into our lives. He has brought us so much joy. He has an excellent temperament and is very easy going. He travels well and is always up for a new adventure. At home, when he isn't chasing the neighbor's cat out of the yard or playing with Carmen and Ambrose, he wants to cuddle and loves to give kisses. He is handsome and always draws compliments on his beautiful huge ears. We've been busy training in agility, obedience, and flyball. He is ball crazy so he is excelling in flyball. In July Keegan aced his AKC Canine Good Citizen (CGC) test. In September he earned his AKC Novice Standard agility title and this past weekend he earned his AKC Novice Jumpers title. I know Jill told you of our special agility run two weeks ago at the LIA USDAA trial when Keegan teamed up with Braylor cousin Dallas and they won the Starter's 12" Pairs class. I am so grateful that Keegan is part of our lives and I thank you so much for letting me have him.
Hope all is well,
Teri
(NY, USA)


10-20-08

Brandi & Mike,
Just want to give you an update on Molly. We had to evacuate for Hurricane Ike and stayed in Destin, Fl for two weeks. She LOVED the sand and how quickly she could dig a hole. We were stopped on the beach multiple times by people wanting to admire her. She ate the attention up. Fortunately, we came home and had minimal damage it just took a long time to get our utilities back up. I've sent a few pictures of Molly and some of her playing with her "cousin", my sisters tiny minature chocolate schnauzer "Malia" who is 6 mths old. They love their "play dates". Molly is a mess when they are playing. She steals a bone, a ball, or whatever toy Malia has at the moment and then jumps up in a chair with it and taunts her because Malia can't jump that high. They have fun though and Molly sometimes lets Malia have the upper hand just so that she will keep playing with her. The kids were participating in a starter obedience class with her before the hurricane. She is a quick study and was the star pupil. We plan to do some more after the first of the year and maybe explore some agility training. She does not think that puppy gates apply to her and she jumps right over them, even the taller one. We love her and she brings lots of joy, excitement, and happiness to our life. People ask me how I could spend so much money on a dog and I tell them that if you divide the amount that you pay for a dog over the number of years that you are blessed to have it, it really turns out to be just a little over a hundred dollars a year. People blow way more than a hundred dollars a year on entertainment & travel. The happiness that a dog brings is a wonderful investment.
Best wishes,
Marla
(TX, USA)


10-18-08

Ok Brandi,
Here are the boy's current agility titles!

Braylor's Urban Legend AKA - Dallas.....OF, AX, MXJ, CL3-F, CL3-R

Braylor's Hearts Desire AKA - Desi.......AX, MXJ, CL3-F, CL3-R

Jill
(NY, USA)

10-14-08

Hi Brandi,
Teri and I qualified together in a pairs class with Keegan (aka Striker) and Dallas in a USDAA trial. Tomorrow I am taking a picture of them both together and sending it to you along with some other recent pictures. I will send you updates on titles ASAP. I am in the process of up dating the titles because they earned them so fast and in different venues that I lost track. Have a great day!

Jill
(NY, USA)

10-13-08

Hi Brandi,
Brady (AKA RJ) is fitting right in. He is already very attached to me as I am to him. He loves to snuggle and loves running in the backyard to play. His stool has been solid, he's eating and drinking at his leisure but frequent enough for me not to worry. His tail is always wagging! He loves his "mommy time" and his "daddy time" with Terry. We love him so much! I've attached a few pictures of him.
Hope all is well.

Michele
(NY, USA)

10-8-08

Hi Brandi,
Trek loves kids and in April this year at the National Specialty in MD he got to meet a little girl doing a school project. I chatted with the little girl's mom, Deanne, and this is what she had to say! "I met Brandi at the show. She is very nice. She gave me a brochure for her kennel. Her website is fantastic. I have a few pages bookmarked - she has lots of great photos and information on her site. I especially like the color descriptions and how she shows the coat changes at various ages. You may send the photo to Brandi. The project was based on the book "Flat Stanley". Stanley is flattened when a bulletin board falls on him. He survives and makes the best of his altered state, and soon he is sliding into rooms through the opening at the bottom of closed doors and being kind to his younger brother by playing as a kite for him. But one special advantage is that Flat Stanley can now visit his friends by being mailed in an envelope. So in the classroom each student makes their own laminated Flat Stanley and chooses an adventure to take him on. My daughter took Flat Stanley to the National Agility trials where they met Trek. They then make a picture book describing their adventure and share it with their classmates. Go to www.wikipedia.org and type flat stanley ...... some famous people have taken their child's Flat Stanley to some really cool places!"

LeeAnn (& Deanne)
(IL, USA)

10-7-08

Hi Brandi and Mike,
I have wanted to write several times and tell you how well Titus is doing, but we are always on the go !!! Titus earned his CGC this summer and it was very exciting - his class was full of big dogs and he was the smallest but also the smartest. We also did an Agility Demonstration for a School for handicapped children - Titus and I have not started competing and so this was the first time we did a course in front of an audience. He was superb and did not seem to mind the crowd at all. It was tremendous fun and the children got to pet the dogs at the end. We are in Agility 4 now and taking 2 classes a week.Titus continues to be the best companion and the most willing partner.

Warm Regards to all, Barbara
(FL, USA)

9-30-08

Hi,
Thought I'd let you know that Ivy has already found a boyfriend. His name is Swayze and he belongs to my friend who was holding Ivy in the first set of pictures I sent you. Swayze loved Ginny and we were wondering how he would take to Ivy. Well within seconds he was puffed up and doing the Papillon dance. Ivy was very impressed and really enjoyed all the attention. Ivy is such a love. She follows me everywhere I am going to take her to agility class tomorrow with the boys just to hang out. I have a 4 day agility trial Oct 2-5 locally and I thought I would take her and Lewis to hang out while I showed Jedi. She is doing very well with the leash and really enjoys walks around the farm. I gave her a hug from you and yes I will love her forever. Her weight is up to 3.9 now.

Blessings, Carol
(TN, USA)

9-30-08

Hi Brandi,
The girls are doing fine. Danni has so much energy, I'm walking them 2 miles a day. Jazzy was already doing a mile after work before I got Danni, just my morning walk with her was much shorter. Danni has learned to sit, shake, roll over she's getting, and I'm adding crawl. She's a sweetie and gives Jazzy kisses a lot! Got some better shots where you can see both Danni & Jazzy on the driveway. It’s kind of cool how close in size they are! Danni’s head is a little taller and maybe her back slightly, but she is smaller boned than Jazzy – head and all, hard to believe! Danni’s already gained a a lb despite the fact we walk 2 miles a day! They are doing fine. Jazzy is still a little jealous, but other than that – they are doing great!

Take Care,
Susan
(GA, USA)

9-25-08

Hi,
Ivy had a great vet check and had her sutures removed. He was very impressed with her structure and great patella's. She has been eating and has food available always. She is happy and playing. A friend of mine came over yesterday with her little boy to admire Ivy. She took a few pictures so I thought I would forward them to you. Ivy is doing so well and is such a little snuggle bunny. Just what my heart needed. Have a great day.

Blessings, Carol
(TN, USA)

9-22-08

Brandi,
I purchased Newly (Bentley) from you about two years ago. Bentley is doing well and would love someone to play with.

Michelle
(PA, USA)

9-20-08

Hi Brandi,
Here is the first attempt at a shot of us on the bike. I would love to have one of her with wind going through her fringes. She loves going! Those little fringes just blow so gracefully as we bike!

Kathy
(VA, USA)

9-3-08

Hi Brandi,
Not only is Rusty absolutely gorgeous in person ....but he photographs pretty well too. I just adore that "boy." I could not have been luckier!!! Hope you are well.

Roni
(FL, USA)

8-26-08

Hi Brandi,
Miley, aka smiley Miley, aka Miley moo...Still quite the character! She and Harry will probably never have decent ear fringe as "fringe grabbing" is a favorite game!!! Fur-wise she takes after her mom for certain. Hope photos of her sisters are posted so we can compare their growth and personalities. Here is a link to a bunch of photos featuring miss Miley as well as Jewel and Harry in their newly fenced area.

Katherine
(NC, USA)

8-22-08

Brandi,
I'm sending a photo of Chris eating his Dairy Queen ice cream cone after finishing his Rally Advanced title. He ate most of it before he started shivering. His new name is Braylor's Christian Dior CD RA. His first leg was a first place with a perfect score of 100. There was a 3 way tie which they break by time in Rally. He beat a Rottie and a German Shepherd. I was shocked but later realized that he has an advantage by being so close to the ground. It takes him way less time than the big dogs to sit and down. I didn't get a photo taken by the photographer this time so this is our remembrance.

Beth
(CO, USA)


8-6-08

Hi Brandi & Mike,
Tinkerbell was spayed on Monday, I will send the paperwork via mail. She is still only 3 lbs and such a lover, but she is a little terror. Thought you would like to see my License Plate!

Debbie
(NM, USA)

7-31-08

Hi from Ranger!
Wanted you to know as we go into "dog days" that Ranger is doing fine, and is more beautiful than ever. In fact, I wanted you to have this picture of Ranger. He's really showing off. I think it belongs on the cover of a dog calendar. We've had a good summer so far. We spent a week and a half at the beach. They love going there-so many new places to sniff and pee. How are Ranger's sister and brother doing? Hope all is well with your pack. Thank you for this beautiful dog. You have the best!

Love from Ranger and Elaine
(NC, USA)

7-22-08

Hi Brandi,
Here are a few pictures. Emmy was soooo busted! She's been watching where the rabbits sneak thru the fence between the side yard and the pool area. She is such a stinker! She loves being outdoors. She will sit out on the lounge chairs and watch the bird and the squirrels until I make her come in. The picture with Chuck was taken at the dog park where "M" is always the center of attention which of course she loves. She wakes me up every morning with that tiny nose in my ear and as soon as I say her name she starts licking my face. She is so fast - I don't know if you've ever saw her run full blast out in a field. I tell her to "GO get ......." and whichever dog I name she takes out after. She is super smart and knows exactly which dog I'm telling her to chase. I weighed her this weekend at Canine Commissary and she weighs 3.2 lbs. I've decided those ears aren't butterfly wings...they are angel wings...everyone who sees her can't help but smile.

Tracy
(TX, USA)

7-17-08

Dear Brandi,
We love Lewis. He is a very smart and loving little guy. He has already completed a footwork and focus class for agility and he did a great job. He has alot of talent. Hope you are doing well.

Carol
(TN, USA)

7-14-08

Hi Brandi,
Both boys finished 4 titles this weekend in NADAC!!!!!!!!!!! Including their first Elite level titles!!!!!!!!! Go boyz! They were just awesome! I'm so proud of my boyz and their first Elite titles. So their alphabet soup is growing - adding a TG-O and a TN-E to their names! I keep laughing looking at this pic of the boyz from this weekend with their ribbons. I swear Trek is trying to sit just a little bigger than Flipside.....tee hee. He did make everyone catch their breath in Touch N Go too - which is still making me laugh. It was very windy on Sunday and the A frame was pointed right into the wind. Trek was full throtal up the A and into the wind and he didn't pull his ears in - and he was airborn up and over the apex. A gust of wind caught him and I swear lifted him up like tossing a leaf in the wind. But Trek's expression went from driven agility dog to tiny human toddler being tossed in the air by daddy - "Wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!" His feet touched the descending ramp and the competitor took back over and he landed with the grace of a butterfly landing on a waiting flower, without a sound, and off we went to finish the course. We came off the course to chuckels and laughter as I apologized to Trek for not remembering to cue him to pull in the flaps of those wonderful butterfly ears!

LeeAnn
(IL, USA)

7-13-08

Hi Brandi,
See we have more Miley coverage and now her sister is being offered for adoption. If I didn't have Harry and Jewel I would have to ask for Misty too. Had fun with the camera and Miley with the toys and toy baskets. She loves digging for the best bone or squeaky guy and often takes a rest in the baskets with the toys!

Katherine
(NC, USA)

7-9-08

Hey Guys,
I just wanted to let you know that Tiara - renamed Pixie, is doing wonderful. She's definately the queen of the house right now, everyone just adores her! After I finally move I'll have some more pictures of her to send to you. :)

Jess
(OK, USA)

7-9-08

Brandi,
I just took a look at the testimonials, happy to see my sweet Miley has a spot. We can't believe it's less than a week. She is wildly protective of me and my husband, like she has been with us for months. When my husband leaves for work in the morning she stares at the door where he exited and tilts her little head with a sad, wistful expression. She is so part of the pack it cracks us up. When it is time to go out to potty she's right there in the laundry room with the others waiting for her leash. She knows the ice dispenser sound at night means chips and flies to the kitchen to get hers. She is going to take some weight off Harry, they tussle and play on and off all day. I could go on and on, she's so smart and cute!

Katherine
(NC, USA)

7-9-08

Hey Brandi,
Hope you guys had a great July 4th. Was wondering if ya'll were gonna be in town next week for this year's Dog show? We really would like to met up with you so that you can see just how adorable Brandee really is in person. Also just a reminder that we are still interested in Carrie's litter. Here is a pic of our beloved Brandee with her Dog Nanny who is trying to pass along some computer skills. But is seems that Brandee is more interested in imitating parrots!!

Claudia
(TX, USA)

7-7-08

Brandi and Mike,
I hope this finds you all doing well. I thought you would enjoy seeing what Tango is up to these days! Allegra brought him to her ballet recital photo shoot - and wouldn't you know he just happened to have the perfect coordinating tutu! He is such a sweetie and such a pleaser! He LOVES to fetch and has a huge box of toys he constantly plays with every day. My husband Michael is getting better from his heart attack in January and ended up with a second surgery to get an ICD implanted in May...it's been a wicked year for us, but Tango has been a pleasure and is such an central part of the family (he even takes a shower with Allegra, once a week - he just loves that manly "Irish Spring" scent!)

Rhonda
(TX, USA)

7-7-08

Brandi and Mike,
Thought you might like to see this weekend shot. Reno is 11 years old from a breeder that had the full Pomeranian type coat: 3 Papillon meeting with Danni, Jazzy – my dogs, and my friend’s daughter, Connie with Reno who was the dog that inspired my research into Paps years ago and me now having this breed. Danni and Jazzy are doing fine, not friends yet, but tolerating each other from their sides of “space”. Walks going great with them side by side.
Take care,
Susan
(GA, USA)

7-6-08

Brandi and Mike,
She's here, she's darling! Miley is a toy hoarder, she picks a spot in the room and carries everything that strikes her fancy to that place. Here she is with some of today's stash. We've accomplished very little this weekend. Hours have been spent observing her antics and then we need to sit and watch tennis so she can take a nap with a person as a pillow!

Katherine
(NC, USA)

7-4-08

Brandi and Mike,
Happy 4th of July from the Crew !!!!!!!!

Warm Regards,
Barbara
(FL, USA)

7-2-08

Brandi,
I have put the letter from the vet about Shmooli's spay in the mail. School is out and I have July to catch up on life! I have attached 2 cute pictures of Shmoo. This morning I got up to let the dogs out and couldn't find Shmooli. My youngest had her girlfriends spending the night and they were asleep all over the den floor. Finally, I found Shmooli nesting in my daughter's favorite feather pillow in the middle of all the girls; she just snuggled in deeper and refused my many offers of "outside". She slept another 4 hours on that pillow with my daughter! Hope you are all enjoying a relaxing summer.

Judy
(TN, USA)

6-30-08

Dear Brandi and Mike,
Just an update on "Titus the Terrific" [as my trainer calls him] - We are now in Agility 3 and working on various things like rear crosses which took me a lot longer to learn than it took Titus. He continues to excel despite my shortcommings. We are also taking our CGC and an Attention class. The Attention class is actually for the Obedience people, but my trainer recomended it and it is the hardest class we have ever taken, but is having great results. Oscar and Titus are good friends, as you can see - Oscar has lost 3 lbs. since Titus arrived last summer and is much more active and healthy. I feel very blessed having had Titus come into my life - he is a very happy fellow - whether we are running on the agility field, or just riding in his stroller while I shop at the Mall - he is patient and smart and the best compainion ever.

Warm Regards,
Barbara
(FL, USA)

6-27-08

Hello Brandi and Mike,
Your baby is doing great and everybody comments on what beautiful markings he has. He has bonded with John and loves to go riding in the convertible down the beach with him. He sleeps on his cuddly blanket (that he rearranges to get just right every night) — crosswise so he can touch both of us. He has adapted really well to our routine and is getting better about meeting new people — it is so interesting to see the people he takes to and doesn’t — he is discriminating — and frankly his choices are ours as well — do you think he can read our minds on our first meeting people? HA --- he loves healthy treats and gets special chicken and brown/wild rice with carrots and minerals and vitamins sprinkles for special occasions which he loves. He enjoys his baths and loves to swim in the pool. His most fun time is when Manolo (our daughter's Pap from you) comes to play and spend the night — they play chase and vie for attention — Manolo still likes to let him know that he was here first. Barbara brought the boys cool toys and treats when she visited. She adores that Titus (from you) — wonderful for her empty nest time.

Cynthia
(FL, USA)

6-26-08

Brandi,
PJ is doing really well. He and Frankie get along and they chase each other all the time, both in the yard and through the house! When PJ gets tired, he's figured out how to jump up on my desk so it's his favorite napping place.

Doug
(NM, USA)

6-25-08

Brandi,
Venus is spending a lazy summer afternoon relaxing on a raft in our pool.

Carolyn
(TX, USA)

6-25-08

Hi Brandi,
Bree's third week with us! The hair on her tail is starting to fan out. We need to measure her again as she seems taller to me since we last measured.

CJ
(TX, USA)

6-24-08

Hi Brandi,
Thought Darcy looked pretty tough in the Hummer! Made me laugh, thought I’d share!!!!

Maya
(TX, USA)

6-23-08

Hi Brandi,
Emmy is so smart and cute and amazing!!!!

Tracy
(TX, USA)

6-12-08

Hi Brandi,
Here are some new pictures of Prince Riyo in his toy box. Oh, I didn’t tell you about Riyo’s refined “play dead” trick. Now I point at him and say “Bam!” and he falls down. It’s HILARIOUS!!! And oh yes, these two can figure out about anything!

Maya
(TX, USA)

6-10-08

Hi Brandi,
Just wanted to let you know Austin had his first agility trial last month and of course flew through the course like a pro, and earned himself a first place in Novice Standard! His JWW run was his official first run, and he didn't qualify in that one. That was his "fun" run where he decided to add a few extra jumps! His Novice Standard run was PERFECT, and 20 seconds under course time! It was an exhausting day but he had a blast and was much more well behaved than I could have imagined. I think since I take him to so many dog shows he's just used to it. I can't wait to enter him in more trials and get some titles on him. It was great seeing you at the National, even though Austin was a little overwhelmed! I wish you could have seen him being "himself" more. We had just arrived after a 2 hour drive and he was a little off. The rest of the weekend was great though, and he got a lot of compliments from everyone. He just acts like he knows what to do near the show ring -- I tell him he's my little "show boy" anyway. He's such a goofy little guy, he loves attention from people he knows and does funny little grunts if he wants something. I take Chloe and him for 3 mile walks a few times a week and they stay in great shape. He also is a GREAT swimmer! He's like a little otter out there in the water. Oh, and I saw you have new puppies from Jojo and I can't wait to see how they mature, I'm trying to talk my mom into a new little boy but that probably won't be for a few years down the road!

-Lauren, Chloe, and Austin
(DE, USA)

6-10-08

Hello,
Wyatt wanted me to attach a new photo of him on vacation. Here's the boy, shopping for hats. He is such a character. He does this thing with his mouth when we play - opening and shutting like talking, but no sound - like a ventriloquist's puppet. So I, of course to amuse friends, talk for him (with him on my lap - no strings) when he does that - and he will do it for a LONG time. I think we will take it on the road!

Hope you are well, Linda
(GA, USA)

6-10-08

Hi Brandi,
We forgot our camera on our first visit with her vet, but hope to remember on our next visit. He said she is healthy and has a strong heartbeat and weighed in at 5.1 pounds. We measured her height at the shoulders and she's at 9" (if we got it at the right place!). She no longer cries out after we have gone to bed (only did it for two nights) and has always been quiet during our meals at the kitchen table as she can see the two of us from her ex-pen while we eat. She usually takes a nap then while still keeping her ears "on" to listen for any noise or movement from us! We are now taking her out every two hours during the day. She has used the litter pan in the pen two or three times during this time when she needed to go before the two hours were up. She loves to play fetch with a hankie (tied in 3 knots). She prefers that over the other items in the pen. She has bonded so well with us and we love her dearly!!!

CJ
(TX, USA)

6-6-08

Hi Brandi,
About Miss B....... Brandee is doing very well and is still at 4 pounds. She now has a "Dog Nanny" that picks her up every Tuesday as Dave and I are both gone pretty much all of that day. We wanted to keep her socialized so she spends the day with three other small dogs - they have a good time playing. Sometimes the Dog Nanny will take them on outtings like to the local dog park which has a small dog section. Miss B is usually pretty exhausted when she gets home! Brandee was also recently evaluated for Pet Therapy training. She will undergo another evaluation and some general testing on command knowledge in a few weeks - so we will see where we go from there! We are now ready to find a sister for our little Miss B. As Brandee is so small, we would prefer another female tiny. We are in no particular rush this time. I saw the pics of Ms Rosa's new litter - the pups are so adorable. Don't know if there will be any tinies in that bunch - but if so - we would be interested. So please keep us in mind. Well Brandi - hope all is going well for ya'll! Looks like it is gonna be a long hot summer - hope it will be a little cooler for you! Here's a recent photo of Brandee. She is with her very favorite Uncle John who brought over Poco and Tica - Brandee's playmates!

Best Regards,
Claudia
(TX, USA)

6-6-08

Hello,
I wanted to share some new pictures of Emmy. She is awesome! We love her so much. Everyone who sees her falls in love with her. She is wild and bossy with the boys and quick enough to take their toys away from them. She has an entire wardrobe - surprisingly for such a little tomboy she does like the attention she gets when she has a dress on. She is loving and sweet and full of mischief. We couldn't be happier with her! She is doing good and right in the middle of everything all the time. She doesn't miss a thing. She is filling out and the last 2 times I've weighed her she was 3.2 lbs of energy.

Tracy
(TX, USA)

6-6-08

Hi Brandi,
Here's another one of Remy. I am probably going to try to take some more today. I got some strobes and will be keeping Rem busy helping me learn to light with them for a while, probably!! Thanks for the last email and the pics. Oh- - while I'm thinking of it, I could use your input. I am going out of town for about 8 days in July and I'm starting to worry that Rem will be very upset with me gone. He is really a Mama's boy. Any advice on how to make it easier for him? (and for me, lol, I am going to visit friends and have been dreaming of actually having time to go for ages, now I'm feeling guilty about leaving my boys. . . )

Celeste
(LA, USA)

6-2-08

Hi Brandi,
Cowboy (now Darcy) is doing really well. He really is an incredibly sweet little dog. He and Riyo are the best of friends and pretty much operate in one unit. Riyo is looking absolutely gorgeous! He went through his ugly stage, and now all his hair grew back even better than before. Now it is Darcy’s turn to go through the uglies, but his hair will grow back in soon too. I attached a few pictures of the little guys. One is of the three of us at a cocktail party in downtown Dallas. I was so proud of them because they BOTH behaved so well! Unfortunately Riyo is blinking in this picture. I have another where he is not blinking, but it isn’t scanned into the computer yet. It is funny how different Riyo and Darcy are. They really have two very distinct personalities. Riyo is very alert and attentive, always listening. He is so smart that I can seriously talk to him and you can see his little brain working and computing. Darcy is very smart too, but he is the laid back one. He just wants to be hugged on, although, he has become quite the accomplished little thief! He has a nose for my favorite pens! I couldn’t figure out where he was getting them until I caught him opening my briefcase. I also left my laptop on with an open email on my desk, and came back to find “someone” had been typing. He’s a sneaky little one! Anyway, I absolutely adore my two little buddies. Thank you for the beautiful dogs!

Maya
(TX, USA)

5-29-08

Hi Brandi & Mike,
I must apologize for not sending you more pictures and keeping you updated on Meesha. She is sometimes a "camera ham" and won't stay back away from the camera to take the pictures. She is doing well and will be two next month. She is such a lover and a joy to have in my home. I can't go anywhere without her right behind me. My husband says we are joined at the hip! Could you also keep me on your list for a retired female? My husband would like a red and white. We enjoy looking at all the pictures on your website. I hope all is well with you and your family.

Warm Regards,
Kalena
(TX, USA)

5-27-08

Hi Brandi,
Teaching is over for the semester and I finally have time to give you an update and a new photo of Remy (with his "brother" Dom). We went to agility this morning and Rem was just fantastic. He had a great time and is sooo patient with me (he has that front cross thing all figured out - -if I would just stop tripping over my own feet and running into wing jumps the boy could really move up in the world, lol). He has a gorgeous jumping style, too. I really need to get one of those little video recorders so you can see him. Attached is a pic we took when we got home (hence the disheveled look!!). I am still trying to figure out the flash meter and the boys still had more than enough energy to help for chicken hotdogs!) Hope everything is going well for you,

Celeste
(LA, USA)

5-21-08

Brandi & Mike,
Millie has won the hearts of some of Bruce’s guy friends also….she is such a ham! Millie still has the “mother” instinct…..she will see a treat laying on the floor and pick it up and take it to Cookie! Of course Cookie just looks at her like what are you doing????? The cat just ignores both of them. It is spooky to see Cookie and Millie together….and hard to tell them apart unless you look directly @ their face. Cookie has brown on her face where Millie is totally black and white. Everyone thinks they are sisters and not aunt and niece…..they have a lot of the same characteristics.

Thanks so much,
Judy & Bruce
(TX, USA)

5-19-08

Brandi,
Just wanted to drop you a line to let you know that Molly is doing great. She is eating and drinking well. She hasn't had an accident in the house at all. She really likes the kids and loves the attention that she is getting from them. The only problem we have is that our other Papillon Lacie is a tad bit jealous. Basically she acts like she doesn't exist and is hoping that if she does she will go away. She is not snapping at Molly just growling a little when she gets to close letting her know that she is the Alpha dog around this house. Her little personality is great. Attached is a pic of Molly with the kids.

Thanks so much,
Marla
(TX, USA)

5-15-08

Hi Guys,
Tinkerbell made it safe and sound. She is sooooo sweet. Here are a few first pictures. Thanks so much!


Debbie
(NM, USA)

5-4-08

Brandi,
Well, our entry for that obedience trial in January didn't get there in time. So, Chris went to his first trial a couple weeks ago. He won Novice B on Saturday. We only placed third on Sunday. I think Chris will be going back to rally soon to get his advanced and excellent titles. He finished his CD yesterday and got an extra leg today. He had a huge class and we didn't place either day but his heeling is gorgeous. I'm attaching our CD photo. I'm very proud of our little guy! He's such a star.


Beth
(CO, USA)

4-30-08

Brandi,
Our first outing on our new boat. Here's my daughter, Grace, holding Addy and hanging out with my husband's American Bulldog puppy, Deuce! We all had a blast!


Shell
(TX, USA)

4-20-08

Hi Brandi & Mike,
Just wanted to update you on how Porsche (Daphne) is doing. She seems to be very well adjusted to my home, family and dogs. My male Boston leaves her alone. He's kind of a stand-offish guy. My female is smaller, close to Porsche's height and Porsche taps on her, Kitty (my female Boston) rolls on her back and Porsche pounces on her, while she rolls back and forth and snorts. It has become their favorite game. I tell her to be my collar and she climbs up, places her back paws on the center of my bra (through my clothes) and wraps herself around my neck and shoulder. She sleeps in my bed and it's her favorite place to be. She runs circles in my yard, and she moves fast. She travels well in the car and appears to be at home with me. When I leave the room (momentarily) she barks and awaits my return or follows me. All in all she's adjusted well. I am so happy with this sweet baby, thank you for sending me this little dream. I adore her and am delighted she's a member of my family.


Sincerely, Irene Hyland
(NY, USA)

4-19-08

Hi B,
Trek posing at the Papillon Club Of America 2008 National Specialty.


LeeAnn
(IL, USA)

4-15-08

Hi Brandi,
Thought I'd give you an update. Emmy is just coming out of her shell. She has been such a lover and finally is turning into a very active litte girl. She has a little bunny friend who lives under our deck and I am trying so hard to get a picture of them staring at each other. The bunny is about 1/2 of her size. They have this little stare down a couple times a day and then the bunny dashes off thru the fence to the pool area. These are a couple pictures I took just about an hour ago. She and Onyx are starting to play together - he's getting over his attitude of not being "the baby" anymore.


Tracy
(TX, USA)

4-11-08

Hi Brandi & Mike,
I know it's been a while, gosh almost 4 years now. Just wanted to send you some updated pics of our little miss panda bear, she's still as sweet as can be and smarter than i could ever imagine. Less than a year ago we moved from Yonkers, NY down to Knoxville, TN and she seems to be Loving It!! Hope all is well with you both and congrats on all the championships!! Very, very impressive :-)

ps - getting used to the weather down here isn't easy, hope you all aren't getting bombarded with all the flooding and tornados oh, one more thing, there's a pic included in the bundle of Panda and her brother Buddy, he's very camera shy so its difficult to take a good "together" pic.


Anna
(TN, USA)


4-9-08

Hi Brandi,
Just wanted to give you an update on the paps. Everyone is doing just great, we just celebrated Sliders 2nd b day this past sunday. We had a little doggie birthday party for him and invited 6 of his little friends. It was a lot of fun. I have included some pictures to show you just for fun. I also have a picture in there of little Laddie, now that he is all grown up, he sure is the spitting image of his mother linette!


-Mallory
(AZ, USA)

4-9-08

Hi Brandi and Mike
Yesterday was the "little mans " birthday - although the cupcake was just a prop, we did indulge with a bit of tenderloin !! Of course we had to work for it - just a few sits and downs. I took Titus with me to do an "Open House" and some shopping and then in the evening we had our weave pole seminar. Titus had fun on all of the obstacles and sniffing all the other dogs - I was noticing how many of the other students really do look like their dogs and than I began to wonder if I look like Titus ????


Warm Regards, Barbara
(FL, USA)


3-29-08

The Asparagus Bandits!
Spud and Wonder have always loved aspargus and will search the bed all season long to eat it. I have to watch them otherwise they would eat too much. They are the same way with the strawberry patch and they steal the tomatoes from the plant when they get ripe. The 'Big dogs' do the same thing but not quite like the little ones, open the door and they head right to the asparagus. Isn't Spuddy gorgeous?


Jill
(AL, USA)

3-26-08

Dear Brandi & Mike,
I just had to write and tell you the funniest story. Several months ago, Titus decided on his favorite toy, similar to what you see in the photo, except that it was green, and we called it The Turtle. No matter where he was, if I called out, where is the turtle, he would come running and bring it to me. He carried it everywhere and even slept with it. One day, we couldn't find it, and I could sense his dismay - he kept looking under things and it was very sad. We took a trip to Pet Smart and in my fear of losing another, I bought 3 more in various colors. I gave him two, an orange and another green and put this red one away in a bag in the garage. And then I forgot about it. Today he was sniffing at the bag and would not leave it alone and since there were many other things there I did not really know what he was doing and we went back in the house. A few minutes later I heard him barking at the garage door and he would not stop, so I let him into the garage and he went right to the bag and pulled out the toy. He proudly carried it up the stairs and is guarding it as you can see. He is more amazing every day - very smart and very determined!!! Titus is such a willing partner and as you can see quite handsome !!!!


Warm Regards, Barbara
(FL, USA)


3-25-08

Hello,
Emmy is doing good. She is sitting on my lap right now as I'm writing to you. I think in the morning after a good nights sleep she'll be even better. Eating is not going to be a problem. She's had 2 good meals and a snack today. She's gone potty outside. She is fine with the other dogs. Han Solo (yorkie) is in love. He followed Onyx around for a few weeks when we brought him home. This is a common theme, he falls in love easily. They're gonna be so cute playing together. They are the exactly the same size. Onyx (the pap) loves her toys. UUGGHHH!!! I've had to take them away from him many times. He seems to think those are her presents to him. My handicapped yorkie has a fit that she's been in my lap so much. He just has to squeeze up there too. I saw Emmy cleaning his face and ears. Here are a few pics of Emmy over the weekend. In some of the pictures she has a black sweater on. I put that on her in the morings because the tile floor is cold. She's a great little sleeper and snuggler. She's doing good and we're spoiling her. I always thought people who dressed their dogs were a little on the crazy side....WELL now I'm one of them.

Tracy & Chuck
(TX, USA)

3-24-08

Hi Brandi,
Just wanted to let you know that Austin is maturing into such a handsome little boy! He gets comments where ever he goes, and definitely has a "show off" attitude. I love taking him to shows with Colleen and getting asked if he's being shown! He's been in agility classes for a while now, and of course was in the top of his class -- FAST learner and FAST runner! I planned on entering him and my other pap in the National in April, but unfortunately with college and work it didn't fit in my schedule. We'll probably compete in May though, so I'll let you know how it goes. He plays almost constantly with Chloe, and even though he's smaller, he doesn't hesitate to jump all over her and have some intense 'wrestling' matches! His favorite thing is playing soccer with his little squeaky toys. He literally throws it up in the air and kicks it around..he is so amusing! There is never a dull moment with Austin. We take them almost every day to the park and let them have a good long run together, and he's in great shape. I swear they must run 3 miles with no problem. He absolutely loves to eat, which gives him a really great drive to learn new commands with treats. I groom him about once a week, and he loves bath time and being pretty! I couldn't ask for a better little guy, and my mom just thinks he is perfect too. I always check for new pictures of Jojo and Candy...I love seeing how they are doing as well.
I've attached some pictures of him from this month, enjoy!!
Thanks for such a healthy, pretty boy!


Lauren, Chloe, and Austin
(DE, USA)

3-16-08

Hi Brandi & Mike,
I think about you often and how fortunate I was to find you and Titus - he is such a wonderful companion !!! We are doing agility training about twice a week with a trainer and we practice every day. Titus has his own set of weave poles as you can see he has mastered the 6 - I can send him off and be on either side and he does not miss . We are anxious to get in the field soon and try 12. He will be a year old on April 8th and our goal is to try and start competing in Nov. or Dec. We are starting our third series of agility classes and are doing a weave pole seminar once a week - I will continue my private lessons on Saturdays when my instructor is available. It is amazing how much there is to learn and how many mistakes the handler can make - last night we were doing front and rear crosses over a series of 6 jumps and all the other students were with older dogs and were actively competing - I asked the instructor if she would take Titus through the first time so that he could experience it correctly and I could see what it looked like. She thought that he would probably need to do it in stages because the series of 6 was too long - boy was she mistaken - I had been practicing sending him to the jumps - so with the comand of go jump and come jump, he executed the course with her doing front and rear crosses perfectly - as I was driving home that night I again reveled in the joy of having the right dog and the right trainer.
He is so well behaved where ever we go. Have a Happy Easter !!

Love ,
Barbara and Titus
(FL, USA)

3-8-08

Hi Brandi,
Is this the custest face you ever saw???!


Doug
(NM, USA)

3-8-08

Hi Brandi,
I thought you might enjoy a couple new pictures of Jazzy on bath day! She's sitting between 4 named toys that she has learned to BRING to me the one I choose! Since she is not a "bring" type of Papillon, this has been a gradual process over time. Of course sometimes she still wants to bring to me the one she chooses after giving it a good shake. But if she wants a treat, she knows that she'll need to bring the one I asked for! I just had to find a new way to challenge her as I had run out of tricks to teach her after she learned 19 different ones! She still prefers people to dogs and continues to win over even non-dog lovers in minutes. Everyone wants to take her home as soon as they meet her. She's a healthy, happy 4 year old and still the prettiest Papillon little girl! I can't imagine my life without her company.


Susan
(GA, USA)

3-7-08

Hi Brandi,
Just letting you know that everything is fine with the boys. Those two play all the time. Right now they are about the same weight although Darcy will eventually be the bigger dog. Riyo is getting the better of him right now, but I keep warning Riyo that he’ll be putting on another pound or two so he better be nice. They really get along great. They are the terrible two. What one Pap can get into on their own, two conspire to do even more! Here are some pictures of them. We got stuck in the snowstorm yesterday through Oklahoma and Texas, but we made the best of it!


Maya
(TX, USA)

3-4-08

Brandi,
I was so proud of Desi this weekend at his first agility trial. He not only got a first place, he got 5 firsts and 1 second and got a new title in Novice B and is already in Open in both Jumper and Standard. What a man!! I was going to take a picture with all his ribbons and toys that he won. I will send it ASAP. Dallas Qualified in Jumper 2x's coming in 11th out of 73 dogs and 8th out of 74 dogs. He is right up there with the best. They both make me so proud.


Jill
(NY, USA)

2-29-08

Dear Brandi,
Jedi received his JWW Novice title in Franklin Tennessee on 9/28/07 and his Standard Novice title in Franklin, Tennessee on 1/25/08 both were AKC shows put on by the Nashville Dog Training Club. Jedi is also a Delta certified Therapy dog as well as a Reading Education Assistance Dog (R.E.A.D.) certified by Intermountain Therapy. Prior to those certification tests of course he had to pass his Canine Good Citizen's test. He is an amazing little dog with a giant heart as you can tell. He is greately loved. Keep us posted on puppies. Look forward to hearing from you.

Blessings,
Carol
(TN, USA)



2-25-08

Hi Brandi,
I'm F-I-N-A-L-L-Y home from the IKC!!!!!!!!!!!!! My wonderful pack of agile puppers are sound asleep - resting the rest little champions deserve! Oh I'm just sooooooooooooo proud of my dogs - I have to, have to, have to brag a bit. We finished 6 AKC titles across three dogs - Trek earned 3 AKC agility titles, his Novice Jumpers (NAJ), Novice Standard (NA) AND his Novice Fast (NF) titles!!!! He Q'd 6 out of 9 runs across three days. He earned 4 - 1st Place Q's & 2 - 2nd Place Q's.
Friday, Feb 22nd 2008
Jumpers with Weaves Novice B - Score 100, SCT 50/124 yards, Trek's time 31.76 - 1st Place Q and Title = NAJ
FAST - Novice B - Score 67 pts, SCT 35, Trek's time 37.30 - 1st Place Q
Saturday, Feb 23rd 2008
FAST - Novice B - Score 77 pts, SCT 35, Trek's time 28.72 - 1st Place Q
Standard - Novice B - Score 90, SCT 82/154 yards, Trek's time 48.52 - 2nd Place Q
Sunday, Feb 24th 2008
FAST - Novice B - Score 65 pts, SCT 35, Trek's time 34.02 - 2nd Place Q and Title = NF
Standard - Novice B - Score 100, SCT 74/137 yards, Trek's time 48.30 - 1st Place Q and Title = NA and Title = NA
You don't know how excited I was to brag on this!!! I just couldn't wait to tell you!!! I knew you would be tickled to hear. Our 'Little Fuss' is coming along just as I had hoped. Really more than I could have dreamed honestly. Some days it's so hard to remember he's still relatively a baby at this, ya know? He's only 3 and a little bit and has only been showing for a little over two years. So.....yes, Brandi....our little darling has done it AGAIN - I think I should start only surprising you when Trek - doesn't OUT Q Deri, my Border Collie!!!! lol While all my furkids were wonderful - I have to say - Trek WAS the superstar from a results point of view. I'm still flying high on my pups this weekend.

Lee Ann
(IL, USA)

2-25-08

Hi Brandi,
This is a lot of Pictures, but we are proud of him. Jake is one year old and the most loving little boy. He has brought a lot of joy into our lives. Thank You for placing him with us.

Thanks again for our little Jake,
David
(TX, USA)

2-24-08

Hi Brandi,
Here's a new pic of Addy. Grace, my 8 year old daughter took this pic. Not bad huh?

Shell
(TX, USA)

2-19-08

Hi Brandi,
Here are some new pictures of Kerrmit. He is such a nut. He is doing really well though and loves to be out in the backyard. I am actually making time to stop my crazy day, and just go out there and play with him. Hope all is well.

Julie
(TX, USA)

2-18-08

Hi Brandi,
We just got back from the trade show in San Diego, and Cowboy, who is now being called Mr. Darcy, did great. He is quiet, well behaved, calm, and friendly. He did wonderfully in the fashion show and at the booth. I didn’t get any good pictures of the fashion show, they just didn’t come out well. He was working together with Roux, the boxer, what a pair. They made a great team! Riyo was present in spirit and large photos, as you can see in the picture. The two of them are getting together REALLY well at home. Riyo is bossy, nothing new, but they play together all day. They appear to be attached by an invisible leash. He really has been a pleasure to have. Everybody loves him and he is the most affectionate dog ever. I thought Riyo was a cuddler! Mr. Darcy is the biggest love bug ever! I’m really really enjoying both the dogs. I will send you more pictures later!

Maya
(TX, USA)


2-14-08

Dear Brandi,
In Oct. 2005 you sold me an amazing papillon named Jedi. He is everything you said he would be and more. He is a therapy dog who ministers to both young and old alike, a very energetic agility dog competing in AKC open jumpers and standard and a loving companion. My family always laughs and says that Jedi never has a bad day. He is the happiest dog on the planet and has become my other papillon, Ginny's, best friend. As you can tell we love Jedi. My daughter Grace would like to find a papillon just like Jedi only red and white. I am writing to see if you might be breeding soon with the possibility of a red and white male. Jedi turned out to be 10lbs and 11 3/4 in. She loves his size and his outgoing personality. She would also consider an older puppy as I did with Jedi. He was 6 month old when you sent him our way. I look forward to hearing from you and hope you are doing well. I will try to send some more resent pictures of Jedi. It is amazing how much he looks like his father. I am excited that my daughter has decided to bring a papillon into her life as I only live a few miles from her and will also get to enjoy her new furbaby.

Blessings,
Carol Monger
(TN, USA)

2-9-08

Holy smokes,
- can I tell ya how much fun I had this weekend running USDAA for the first time EVER!!!! OMG - we had a ball!!!!!!!!!!!!! Trek was so at home in this venue - almost too much so - he was so funny. He had to and I mean had to disconnect from time to time to do GREAT BIG LOOPS ACROSS THE COURSE LOOKING AT EVERYONE!!!!! Just cause he had to introduce himself to alllllllllllllll these new people who have not yet had the pleasure to watch him run!!!! Oh was he funnnyyyyyyy - but these little disconnects didn't distract from some reallllllllllllly nice runs. Three first Place Q's and one second - and again, out Q'ing even Deri my Border Collie who got to run in Starters - the same level as Trek!!!!!!! The video on the dvd is just a hoot to watch!!!! I've never seen Trek from this vantage point, but it made me really understand why people find him so captivating when he runs - I mean I know why I love him - but from this perspective - he's really just too adorable!!!! All your brain can register watching is, "Oh my heavens, look at him go! He's just too cute for words!"


LeeAnn
(IL, USA)

2-12-08

Hello Brandi,
I am not at all a professional photographer but I seriously hope to start working on it once I finally finish a degree in a totally unrelated field, lol. Remy really is hard to get, he is constantly in movement, even when he appears to be sitting still. And I do not use the flash so much, I don't like the light it gives off most of the time, so that makes it even harder. I have so many shots of a Remy blur leaving the scene it is a riot! We have fun, though. The new photo I posted was using one of the lights from a set I just recently bought.


Celeste
(LA, USA)

2-11-08

Hello Brandi,
Well Buster as we call him (he needed a boy name in an all girl house!) is getting ready for his first trip to Florida. He is adorable and beautiful, came back from the groomers this past Saturday and I swear he looks fluffier! He loves chasing the cat, they play they don't fight, but he is obsessed with the cat!


Cat
(NY, USA)

2-6-08

Brandi,
Tango goes everywhere with Allegra. She loves this dog more than anything - and is very proud "it is HER dog." She's been great about taking care of him and shown great maturity in assuming responsibility to clean up after him, feeding, etc....and, he likes to take a shower with her, so he doesn't really smell like a dog, at all these days, more like "flowers." When she goes to one of her friends' "sleep overs' - he goes with her. This week he went to ballet school, since he is French, the ballet teachers are smitten with his French "pap" name (and the girls all go crazy over him) - and Allegra likes to point out that he stands in 2nd position. Tonight he went to gymnastics class to watch Allegra (although he really wanted to participate and chase all the kids...but, he just couldn't figure out that trampoline thing with the humans flying up in the air - very weird.) ...and don't tell but, we snuck him into Michael's rehab hospital room tonight for a quick visit - inside Allegra's jacket - almost running past the nurses station! On the medical front: Friday will be the completion of our 3rd week in the hospital - ugh. It has been exhausting. This is quite the ordeal, as I am sure you can understand. I think Tango is going to become a great little rehab companion for my husband, when Allegra isn't around, of course. You guys have been so WONDERFUL! So much info, so much support and on-going interest! I just can't believe what has happened in our family in the last 6 weeks since we first met you all. Who would have known? Adopting Tango was a Godsend to us!


Rhonda
(TX, USA)

2-5-08

Hello Brandi,
I hope this email finds you all well. By the way, I loved the Christmas picture you sent out, it was very cute.
Bandit is beautiful and healthy and we truly love having him. I am so glad we decided to get him and you decided to let us have him. He is a delightful member of our family now. I am including a couple of pictures from back in November for you to see.
Hope you are having a great day,


Jo
(TX, USA)

2-3-08

Hi Brandi,
I'm crazy busy lately, but here's a quick pic of the boys together (Remy & Dom his Chihuahua buddy).. we're getting used to posing!!! I think the hour straight of agility for just the 3 of us yesterday afternoon helped my cause...


Celeste
(LA, USA)

1-30-08

Brandi,
PJ has found his place with the other two Paps. He and Frankie have become play partners. He is so smart and has many of the personality traits that endeared us to Spike.
Thanks,

Doug and Debbie
(NM, USA)

1-30-08

Hi Brandi,
As you can see it's all about fashion with Mitsi!!! When I dress her she knows to pick up her legs so I can put them through her dresses.

Denise
(TX, USA)

1-30-08

Hi Brandi,
Well, I finally figured out how to send pictures from my computer. Attached is our sweet little girl. This is her Christmas Photo. Isn't she just the cutest. She'll be 3 in March. We are having so much fun with her. June 1 will be 2 years we've had this darling little girl. As I always say, 'it's all about her' and she knows it. Mitsi Rules!!!! One other thing - - from 8-5 she's a Daddy's girl and from 6-bedtime it's all about her Mommy!!!!! I hope you all are doing well. Take care and thanks again for raising such awesome Papillons.

Denise
(TX, USA)


1-29-08

Hi Brandi,
Here is a copy of a photo that I will be getting soon and when I do I will scan it full size and send it your way. The photo with me in it looks like I'm out for a Sunday stroll when in fact I was running like crazy to beat Dallas to the end of the dog walk. If I remember correctly............he won. Check out his expression in all the photos. Is he smiling or what? Below you will also find a picture of Desi with a new pal that my friend sent us.

Jill
(NY, USA)

1-29-08

Brandi,
PJ is really fitting in well. He and Frankie are becoming best buds. Frankie lets PJ chase him around the yard. It's quite a hoot to watch. The exercise will do Frankie good!

Doug
(NM, USA)

1-26-08

Brandi & Mike,
I just want to tell you how much Tango has integrated and is loved in/by our family! We did find a local vet 2 weeks ago, and had a full exam with no problems. Tango sleeps in our bed at night, gets a bath every Saturday and is so protective of Allegra (our daughter) - he follows her everywhere, except when she goes to school. So, while at school, he sleeps and barks in my husbands' office with him. Michael, my husband - who wasn't totally convinced he wanted a new dog to replace our former dogs, has completely come around. He loves Tango and Tango now has an official "internship" position in our company (and a Fluffy dog bed perk, too) in our home office. Sometimes he even participates on conference calls with a yap or two in the background! On a more serious note, my husband Michael, who you met when we visited your home has suffered a massive heart attack last weekend and had to have emergency bypass surgery. He has been in ICU for a week now, but is getting better, slowly. His recovery will be long. Tango is going to be a godsend for his recovery and as a companion. Michael was even asking about Tango in the ICU - but he didn't understand that dogs aren't allowed in the hospital ICU - can you believe? He wanted to see Tango, altho he was barely awake? So much for us family members? Tango has become an "angel" to holding our family together and giving us something else to focus on and be grateful for such vivorant life.

Rhonda
(TX, USA)

1-25-08

Hi Brandi,
Riyo started his own blog. I will send some of his entries.
Blog Entry #1...Riyo: "Well, mom decided we had to go to work today, so I stopped to get a latte. Grande soy latte please."

Maya
(TX, USA)

1-25-08

Hi Brandi,
Blog entry #2....Riyo: "We went to the store and I got a new bag! I love my bags. Do you like my picture on the side? I know the pictures looks a little fuzzy. Mom was really mad at the camera, she finally figured out that I licked the lense. Hahahaha!"

Maya
(TX, USA)

1-25-08

Hi Brandi,
Blog entry #3....Riyo: "Well, I'm done with my blog for today. Must get to work."

Maya
(TX, USA)

1-25-08

Hi Brandi,
Blog entry #4....Riyo: "Wow it's windy! But I love my walking club! We go to neat places and walk and walk and walk. I thought I'd pose during my break. I love how the wind blows my ears..."

Maya
(TX, USA)

1-24-08

Hi,
Dom & Remy!

Celeste
(LA, USA)

1-25-08

Brandi,
Finally some photos! PJ has an affinity to sleeping on or near ones face. He still has puppy breath. He's not a whiner. He has decided that he and our other two dogs WILL get along. But, he has still to figure out what is his and what is not. They know, and are in the process of teaching him.
Thing we now remember about puppies:
1) They have very sharp teeth!
2) They chew EVERYTHING!
3) It takes them a while to pick up on "Pooping is an outside thing" (It's only been 24 hours)
4) They consider computer cables a chew toy.
5) They have lots of enthusiam but little coordination.
6) They don't walk or run, they prance and dance.
7) They are very full of love.
More photos as we can get them.

Doug & Deb
(NM, USA)

1-24-08

Hi,
We made it home! Finally! PJ slept most of the way home. BTW we've decided to name our new baby PJ (for Prince Junior.) He's really a good traveler. PJ has so much energy that I think he scares Joey and Frankie a little. They don't know what to make of his constant dancing! Right now PJ is running and jumping all over my office and the other two have found safe havens and are just just watching him, trying to figure out what makes him tick. I think when they figure it out he'll be welcomed to the family. It's hard to get a picture of him because he never stops moving! See the attached example. When I get some good ones, I'll send them. Thanks so much for meeting me at the airport.

Doug
(NM, USA)


1-15-08

Hi Brandi,
Been on your web site to see what pups you have available (cutie-patooties). I’m getting the itch to bring Roo a playmate, maybe not “tomorrow” but thinking about it - would you recommend that? Roo is queen of the household, no doubt, but she LOVES her pap boyfriend up the street, and they are awesome together and in each other’s homes. Are you planning to breed Coco in the future or Ellie? I’m attaching two photos of Roo and a real butterfly (this opportunity literally landed in my lap, and Roo was intrigued).

Chris
(PA, USA)


1-8-08

Hey guys,
Addy is now a true farm dog!

Shell
(TX, USA)

1-7-08

Goodmorning Brandi and Mike,
I just snapped this shot of Oscar and Titus watching activity out side the front door. I wanted to send you this so you could see what good buddies they are . Oscar is 11 now and goes very slowly off leash when we go for our walks - Titus is always looking behind us to make sure that Oscar is not lost, and will actually stop if he thinks that Oscar is too far away and wait for him to catch up - it is very cute !! Also meant to ask you if any of the other pictures in the testemonial section are siblings of Titus ? Have a great day.

Barbara
(FL, USA)

1-6-08

Dear Brandi & Mike,
Titus had a wonderful first Christmas, we had lots of family and friends visiting and although he was a bit timid at first with the large groups of people, he soon adjusted and was quite the little gentleman !! Everyone was charmed. Santa brought Titus his very own set of weave poles - we will now be able to practice a little every day. He is learning all the time and loving it. Tunnels and A frames were so easy for him we were just all amazed. He understand jump and go to the table as well . We go for a walk almost every day in a wonderful park downtown and Titus greets all the other dogs. He is a joy and a delight and he is sitting on my lap as I type this letter - we are practically inseparable. Hope you all had a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Warm Regards, Barbara
(FL, USA)

1-6-08

Hey guys,
Addy says, Look what a cute present I make!

Shell
(TX, USA)

1-5-08

Hi Brandi & Mike,
Just wanted to write and give you an update on Casey. We spent some time in Florida and north carolina over the holidays and he played with lots of other dogs and had so much fun. I have attached some pictures for you to look at. I can't believe we have had him for almost 2 years. He is such a good dog. He has recently earned his freedom during the day, we used to keep him in this huge cage with his bed while we were at work, but now he gets the entire bedroom and he has been so good while we are gone. We love him so much and are so happy we decided to make him a part of our family.

Melissa, Eric & "Casey"
(NY, USA)


1-5-08

Brandi,
We are the ones that bought YoYo from you back in February. I’ve been trying to get around to writing ya’ll for a while but I knew it would take some time to sit down and do it because I have so much to say. Time isn’t something I’ve had a lot of recently but I’ve really wanted to tell you both how much we all love this little guy. We call him Shane, although we do see why you named him YoYo with the way he jumps up and down like a little spring. It’s hard to put into words just how unique he is. He’s so eccentric…quirky, he has traits of a human. Like the way he has to fluff his bed just so-so before he will circle around 4 or 5 times and lay down. Or the way he doesn’t like to eat alone, will eat one little kibble at a time, eats precisely from one side of the bowl to the other and will even leave it till he’s ready to finish (not inhaling it as our other dogs do!). Also, how he will lick us enthusiastically as if he’s preening us. And how that grungy, nasty, suppose-to-be white, little bear toy is like his little baby (no matter how many times we’ve tried to give him a new one, he still wants the ratty one). He will bring that bear to anyone that will play with him and he will bug anyone and everyone until they throw it for him. We have three other dogs but he would much rather play with the humans. He also does this thing like a cat where he licks his paw and rubs his face like he’s cleaning it. He’s such a character. We get a good laugh at him daily at the crazy stuff he does. It did take a while for him to really warm up to us; probably about three months to where we felt like he was really completely comfortable and happy. He has bonded the most with me and if I get up to leave the room he has to follow me wherever I go. He curls up in my lap any chance he gets (just what I wanted, a lap dog!). Surprisingly my husband absolutely loves him. He’s not one to bond with a dog. It’s not that he doesn’t like them, it’s just that he doesn’t usually get close to them. But he plays with Shane, throws the toy and looks forward to seeing him when he gets home. Shane has carried on the Papillon trait of intelligence for he knows six commands and recognizes several words. He looks at us intently, cocking his little head wanting so desperately to learn what we are saying. We also think he knows he’s from champion bloodlines because he carries himself like a little prince prancing around and letting the other dogs know when they are in his “personal space.” Anyways, I’ve really been wanting to let ya’ll know how very pleased we are with him and how special of a dog he is. I don’t know if his bloodlines help on his intelligence level or if he’s just a unique little guy. We are sure glad we found him on the internet and wanted ya’ll to know he has a VERY loving home. I’m sorry it’s taken me so long to write you to let you know. Believe me, it hasn’t been because we’ve been disappointed in any way because Shane has a very magnetic personality. He is the prince of the castle!!
P.S. I’ve attached some pictures and videos.

Sincerely, Kari
(TX, USA)

1-4-08

Brandi,
Titch says, I'm not in Texas anymore!

Susan
(IL, USA)

1-2-08

Hey guys,
I just posted two shots of Trek. The furbabies and I were out playing in the snow storm yesterday - and I just love the pics I got of them. I only posted Trek's, but Deri and Flipside took a couple awesome shots too. He's my Prairie Papillon.
Anyway - here's my first shots for 2008!

Lee Ann
(IL, USA)

1-2-08

Hi Brandi,
I am starting my own company as a science education consultant. It will provide professional development, curriculum design and implementation, science editing, grant writing, etc. to teachers and companies interested in education. My little Chrissie is the inspiration for the name of the company and this is the photo that will be used as the logo.

Kathy
(VA, USA)






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