Happy 2019! I feel like my last few posts have continually apologized for how long I go in between each one but with my computer being so old and slow which makes pictures difficult I just sort of gave up on the blog as it was becoming an exercise in frustration. This post is coming from my phone so we’ll see how it goes. Texting is not as fast as typing so posts may be shorter for now.
I have two lovely girls available to the right homes. The first is Siri, more formally known as Am/Can Ch Lil’itch J’cobe Satisfaction. Siri has been with us for a year and I did have grand plans for her but unfortunately she and my other girls do not get a long at all. Yes, it can be a part of owning terriers, they can have strong personalities, but in this case I think she would be better off in another home. She’s absolutely wonderful with people, including children, is an excellent show dog (group winner), very confident, and gets along well with male dogs. She’s crate trained, a great traveler, and has an excellent pedigree. She has so many good qualities, and with her stellar pedigree could go on to way out produce herself. I find myself waffling on letting her go, both because I love her and because I feel her contribution to my breeding program could be monumental. Her pedigree can be found here.
Here is a quick picture collage I posted to the Braebrook Kennels Facebook page:
The other girl I have available is Ch Trollhattan Until Next Time “Asta”. Asta turned six years old in December and has been a lovely addition to our breeding program. In the interest of keeping numbers down and manageable (those of you who have been here know that I don’t have a kennel, my dogs are house dogs) I occasionally have adult dogs available to loving retirement homes. This way the dogs get lots of one on one attention and people get a lovely Champion, health tested pet without having to go through the puppy stage. Asta would make an excellent companion for an older couple as she is very sweet and quiet, excellent both on and off lead (never pulls, great recall) and is very easy going for a Smooth. Asta is crate trained, a great traveler, good with older children and most dogs (males preferred).
Here are a couple of photos of Asta:
Any inquiries on these two lovely girls can be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org