Pomeranians 360-767-0104 A Pom breeder since 1960, Mary invites you to visit
the home of BIS Ch. Bi-Mar's Sundance Kid, a breeder-owner-handled Best In Show
What I want for Christmas is a show quality litter from Bi-Mar’s Obsession and
out of Bi-Mar’s Rita which are due January 8, 2014.
I want to wish everyone Happy and Safe Holidays and many show wins.
Kennels, 940-458-5155, Sanger, TX ~ Est. 1986 as a foundation breeding kennel
for imported and UKC registered Turkish Akbash Dogs and Kangal Dogs
What I want for Christmas this year is for
each human and animal to have a few minutes of the sort of happiness
that will give every one of us a reason to reach for the next day
and the one after that . . a raw beef knuckle bone works for the
dogs... and if they are happy so am I!!
~ Merry Christmas to All ~
My Christmas wish for my breed in the new year is
the breeders and owners begin a new collaboration in honestly in
pedigrees so that we can reduce the incidence of the horrific
diseases that plague our breed; Boxer Cardiomyopathy, ARVC, cancer,
degenerative myelopathy and other dreaded diseases. With breeders
and owners willingness to discuss these diseases and their existence
in their pedigrees we can continue to make strides in identifying
these diseases and moving toward a healthier boxer with a much
longer life span.
What I want for Christmas is for my
multi-champion CA Sunprincess Ladybug to have a healthy litter of
Biewers on New Year's Eve when she is due to have her 2014 litter.
Our Biewers are raised in my home. Both the Dam and Sire are
available to be seen. We use no crates or cages ever. Puppies are
health-checked, microchipped, utd shots, fecal tested, CBC tested
before leaving here at 12 weeks of age. My goal is to have healthy
and well-socialized puppies for your Dee-lightful enjoyment.
Taylor Turkman Kangal Dogs &
Patteran Akbash Dogs - 940-726-3555 Kangal Dog, Turkmen Kaptan’s Rica, with ALL the babies!
What I want for Christmas... Not all dogs
are inside during winter weather. Many of our livestock protection
dogs spend their days and nights with their livestock in the barn or
on pasture, keeping the newborn calves and lambs and their mothers
safe from predators. May their busy owners remember to give them an
extra treat - a juicy bone, some warm meaty stew poured over their
kibble -- along with extra bedding for the livestock and their
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