This spring, Macy, a beautiful fox red British lab from Fergus Falls, MN, spent some time at our place with Storm. We’re pleased to announce that she whelped a litter on June 25th. Rick Berg, Macy’s owner, tells me there are still three males left. Two yellow and one black. Call Rick at 218-736-3028.
We’re looking for a new home!
The Granlund family had to send us these pictures of Raven. She is potty training well, and loves to play with the outdoor cat, Rusty!
Raven’s an NDSU Bison Fan!
At week 7 all puppies were sent off to their new homes. It was fun to see families meet their new puppy and begin a bond that will bring great fun and enjoyment for years to come.
Ryan and Morgan with “Riley”
Tara with “Trigger”
The Haugens with “Basil”
Molly and Joe with “Gauge”
The Gustafsons with “Crosby”
The Krush family with “Queen Elsa”
The Granlunds with “Raven”
At week 7 all puppies were sent off to their new homes.
On our way to the vet for dew claws to be removed.
Born Saturday, May 3, 2014, between 12 noon and 3:30 pm! 3 females and 4 males.
Contact Dean at 701-371-2738 or email email@example.com
Taking deposits now. We have 3 sold already.
We’ve bred Rain and Storm again. The last time these two had a litter, they went fast. Many happy new owners from the last litter! We can provide letters of satisfaction. Females $800 and Males $600.
Call or text 701-371-2738. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’re pleased to say that all 11 puppies have been safely and happily placed with new families. We’re looking forward to updates from the new families as the pups grow. We’ll be posting photos here as we’re notified. One of the fun parts for us has been learning what they’ve been named. So far we’ve heard back from “Willow” (she already obeys the command to ‘sit’), “Gage” (guess he loves to retrieve!), “Samson” (who is doing real well with potty training and the command ‘come’), and “Chas” (his name is short for a famous old British author). Rain is back to her happy old self, playing and getting reacquainted with Sky and Storm. She’s happy to be back sharing space on our son’s bed at night as well.