Saturday, December 26, 2009
Here are a few photos showing Pepper helping us out at Christmas.
She is right at home and enjoyed opening her present, a new squeak toy, unfortunately she worked at it steady till it no longer squeaks.
Have to get her a little tougher version I guess.
Have a great New Year.
Wednesday, December 23, 2009
Westies in any canine rescue program but there
are... Karin Parish runs Westie and Scottie
Rescue working with Seattle pure bred rescue.
The stories and pictures of these dogs
just kill me but as a dog owner and
breeder I feel it my responsibility
to take part in rescue. The
best part is watching them
recover and find wonderful
new homes... To date, I have
only physically rescued one Westie and it went
well with him finding a wonderful new
Home but there are more in need of
our time and money to help them
in there recovery.
Annually I make a donation to Westie
Rescue and am Corey's lead Guardian
Angel. As you see this little guy needs
alot of help but is coming along well.
If your interested in following Karin and her efforts please click on this link for pictures and information http://www.picturetrail.com/spdr
Thank you for your attention and I wish all of you a Very Merry Christmas!!!!
Saturday, December 19, 2009
Sara is my keeper from Sandy Davis' Dino and my girl Haley. Is she not cute?
If you look vlosely you can see Peanut laying on he couch in the background...
Thursday, December 17, 2009
ann supple massey
322 derby street
salem, ma 01970
Tuesday, December 15, 2009
Hi Chris --
Nice to hear back from you a couple of weeks ago. Wonderful to hear that Sunny's mom, Kelsey, is doing well. You gave us a photo of her when we received Sunny from you and I have always thought that he looked very much like her. Here is another "shot" of our handsome guy from this weekend in Leavenworth, WA at the Tree Lighting Ceremony. Believe me he needed the cold weather booties he has on --- it was very cold. Happy Holidays and Cheers to you and the terriers!!
Sunday, December 13, 2009
Saturday, December 12, 2009
Friday, December 11, 2009
I hope you're doing well, it's been awhile since I've emailed. I finally got around to putting together some recent pictures of Coco at a year and a half. It's not easy getting a good shot of her, as she doesn't sit still for long! She is doing wonderfully, and enjoying all the spoiling we give her. We had her at the vet in October for her shots, and she weighed about 9 lbs. She is still loving her walks around the neighbourhood, where she greets many people and other dogs with enthusiasm and receives a lot of compliments. I've even heard her being referred to as "The Cutest Dog EVER" (and I happen to agree!). Luckily, her buddy Riley doesn't seem to be jealous of all the attention she gets. We're having a big snowstorm here today, as you can see in the picture of her looking out the front window. She's not a huge fan of the cold snow, but it doesn't stop her from wanting to go for daily walks.
I still enjoy checking in on your website, and seeing all the other beautiful White Diamond terriers, and the lucky families who get to take one of your puppies home!
Saturday, December 5, 2009
When we first arrived at the Pihl home and I saw Nemo and I was a little concerned because Milo is so small and so young I thought it would only take once for Milo to want to play or Nemo to step on Milo and injure him. The family was also concerned about how they would get along after watching Nemo first reaction to Milo greeting him with a growl, I thought I was going to have to jump in... I assured the family that Milo would fit in just fine but they needed to be watched very closely till they felt comfortable with eachother. I told Jody (to her disbelief) Milo would rule after a short period of time. You can see here they are best friends and very happy together...
Thank you Jody for the wonderful pictures and know there are hundreds and hundreds of others who enjoy your pictures here as much as I do!
Sunday, November 29, 2009
Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving! Here are some recent photos of Clarissa from over the last week. She is growing at an amazing rate...last clocked in at 5.5 pounds at the Vet's office on Friday. She handled her two shots fantastically with minimal yelping. Although poor thing got car sick on the ride home and threw up in her carrier (with no warning. I didn't hear anything wrong at all, even a whimper until I got upstairs and opened the carrier and she ran out, leaving her mess behind). She seemed perfectly fine afterward though.
Now that she is more confident around the apartment, she is starting to test her boundaries, so have had to be more stern with her lately. She definitely loves attention and is becoming a fantastic puppy kisser.
Oh, she has seemed to develop a little bit of a rash on both her front legs right around where her leg connects to her body. The vet thinks it might be her harness chaffing her but I am not so sure. Have you heard of this happening before? At any rate, we are applying some Hydrocortizone, per the Vet's instructions and hopefully it will clear up. I hope she is not biting herself when she is alone...although I have not seen her doing so. Just a hypothesis of mine.
All things considered, she seems happy and playful. If only she would stop peeing in the house! :) She throws us curveballs sometimes. She will go outside so we will bring her back in and play with her, thinking we are out of the danger zone and then out of nowhere she let's it go right there on the floor mid-playtime. Unlike her pooping, she has almost no "tell" for peeing, so it's hard to catch the warning sign. At least she has mastered pooping outside (I think she only went once inside this last week).
Oh! She learned the "Sit" command two days ago. "Stay" is another story... :)
Talk to you later,
Once again please excuse my inability to post... Pictured here is Chris Wong residing in the Greenlake area of Seattle Washington with his new girl Clarissa.
I have received wonderful update news about Clarissa's progress in potty training and she is a real Terrierist like the rest of her littermates..
Keep up the great work Chris!
While I was up in Kelowna delivering a Westie puppy to his new family I was very lucky to be able to spend some time with part of the Peacock family seen here. Brent and Corrine were very gracious to offer the use of there condominium during my brief stay which I want to thank them for once again..
This will most likely not be my last trip to Kelowna as the elusive father of this family has decided he would like to have a Norwich Terrier in the future which I was more than happy to agree to as they are a wonderful family and I look forward to being in touch with the family for many years to come...