What tolerance Mya is showing. These babies have teeth like razors now that they are almost 5 weeks old.
Amy, Mya's mom, with Mya the day she brought her to my house to whelp the puppies. Mya, like almost all of our finished champions, lives the life of a queen with her mom. After our dogs complete their show career, we place them in companion homes where they live the "life of Riley" as opposed to being a kennel dog with many other dogs. We appreciate and thank all of our very special homes. These families help Sharon and I continue in our beloved hobby of breeding, exhibiting and loving each of our special Welshies.
If you check in on our website you have probably noticed very little news or activity in over a year. I have been undergoing a year of medical treatments and simply haven't been able to keep you posted. Everything, thanks to Sharon, her dear husband Bob and other friends and family members, has continued on. We had several litters last year and a very successful Montgomery County weekend. A Spyder son, Ch Shaireab's Celyn I Kid You Not (Josh), was Best of Breed winner at Westminster this year. Another Spyder son was Best of Breed winner at the National Specialty and AKC Eukanuba dog show. Spyder, Ch Bayleigh Shaireab's Super Hero, now has a new co owner, Marilyn Jacobs of Foxbriar Kennels of CA. Spyder is now being handled by Marilyn's handler, Jorge and Susie Olivera of Phoenix, AZ. Spyder is the #1 Welsh Terrier in the country. So far, Jorge and Spyder have won 5 all breed Best in Shows and 2 Best in Specialty Shows in 2010.
We are off to dog shows in CA this week. Will keep you posted.
Check back and take care,