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post #11 of 16 Old 07-13-2012, 02:45 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks, guys. I certainly couldn't imagine life without them and I am sure proud of these little guys.

Wallaby, Amp is an absolute darling. It's not terribly common to have one so young that is so attentive and loyal already. Most of them are more interested in going and investigating everything they can while they're loose, but not him.

Cake, LOL, in addition to these 4 pups, we also have 11 grown dogs that we use for working cattle. It gets a bit challenging at times, but they are all good dogs and they save us a lot of time/trouble when handling a herd of pretty wild yearling cattle.

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All are gorgeous, but I have to say there is something about Glass and Amp that I just love!! They look like fun dogs to have around the farm!
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ahhhhh they are so cute!!!!!!!! i love the creep they really have it down pretty well at that age if i must say :)
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LOL, Csim, they are really super nice little dogs. They aren't quite as high strung as their sisters are so they are a lot easier to handle (though I think the girls will be the stronger working dogs).

I was exceptionally happy when this litter was born because these are the first pups of this bloodline we've had around our place in years. Their momma is of the same breeding as many of our others, but their sire is of a line that was started by a female I had when I was 7 or 8, named Jan. She was notorious for throwing the really loud colored pups and almost always had at least one in her litters that was fully white with just a few black spots.

I had forgotten how much I loved the ones with a lot of white...most of our others have minimal white markings.

Kait, I agree. I love to see them showing that much style at such a young age. I can't wait for next summer to get them on cattle and watch them really start creeping.
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LOL, Csim, they are really super nice little dogs. They aren't quite as high strung as their sisters are so they are a lot easier to handle (though I think the girls will be the stronger working dogs).

I was exceptionally happy when this litter was born because these are the first pups of this bloodline we've had around our place in years. Their momma is of the same breeding as many of our others, but their sire is of a line that was started by a female I had when I was 7 or 8, named Jan. She was notorious for throwing the really loud colored pups and almost always had at least one in her litters that was fully white with just a few black spots.

I had forgotten how much I loved the ones with a lot of white...most of our others have minimal white markings.

Kait, I agree. I love to see them showing that much style at such a young age. I can't wait for next summer to get them on cattle and watch them really start creeping.


Thats awesome!! I bet its incredible to see the line continue!! Ive thought about the possibility of breeding our little Pit Puppy in the future BUT a lot of things for one have to happen, and things just have to fall into the right place. Want to get into showing him, just because I think it would be a lot of fun, but with Rodeo, and everything else going on, that doesnt look very likely, and also, there isnt really a reason to breed him. For you, I think it makes perfect sense because they are doing what they are bred to do, Id be terribly upset if one of his pups got into the hands of the wrong person! Any dog for that matter!

Ive never had the chance to work with a BC, but they seem incredibly smart, athletic, trusting, and loyal!
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It is. The best dog I've ever had was a Jan puppy and he was a loyal friend to me for a lot of years, it's a real pleasure to see some more of them around here.

Every puppy I sell goes with a guarantee that if the buyer can't keep it or doesn't get along with it for whatever reason, to bring them back and I'll refund their purchase price.

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