We wanted to say hello. Mushu is now 6 years old. He turned 6 in April. He was Ian when I first got him from you. Mushu is now a spunky, loving, caring boy! He is a trained service dog. Loving life and doing great! Wanted to reach back and say hello and thank you for such an wonderful great boy!
Here is a photo of Rio, “Alex”. He is a wonderful and smart puppy. He is about the most loving dog, giving his attention to me at every moment. He’s also been going to puppy school and doing very well. Thank you again for such a Great Puppy!
The Martins take such good care of the puppies !! Mason formerly Tyson is the healthiest and happiest pup around!!! Erla and Edwin are fantastic people, they are kind, caring and giving people!! The pups are all happy around them! There is lots of room for the pups to play, the kennels are clean and very well maintained. I highly recommend them, my sister now has Masons half brother and her coworker got a Daschund from them as well.
This is Sherlock (Landon) Today is his first birthday! He is so loved! He has never slept by alone. He is so mischievous!! If I leave him alone, he tears up anything laying out. He is gentle and easy with kids! He loves going outside to pee and chasing birds. He gives us so much enjoyment! He is dearly loved! Thank you so much.
Howie (Simon) weighing in at 9.5 lbs at 4.5 months. This pup is happy, healthy, loves being held, and is a super chewer! He likes being outside, chewing leaves (Mom pulls them out of his mouth) and has recently loved eating clean snow.
It’s been about 6 months since we brought home our dear dog Baxter (previously named Linus — we renamed him because we already have a Linus in the family! Our 16 year old nephew is named Linus). Baxter has brought so much joy into our lives. He’s always given us plenty of work as we get used to having a dog in the family but we are so glad to have him in our household. He naturally draws us individually into spending some time on the couch or on the floor with him, petting him and destressing. Whenever he manages to distract us from whatever we were planning doing we call it getting “disBaxtered”.
We are enjoying every minute with Finn!