I’ve have only had Biscotti (Sarge) for two days now but because I have received a horrible article on kennels operated by the Amish people I wanted to write about Martin’s Double E Kennels.
I admit I emotionally picked out my Biscotti based on his gorgeous photograph when he was about six weeks old. I researched Martin Double E and found no bad reviews. I then read the testimonials and read nothing but rave reviews on the puppies. I was impressed that the Martins do not ship their dogs. Based on other fees from other puppy websites their prices are very reasonable; so going to get the puppy seemed a fair thing to do.
I had to make a trip to Europe and Erla worked with me so I could pick up Biscotti after I returned. She promptly responded to all my inquiries. Prior to my going to get him she answered all my questions, timed a veterinarian visit to coordinate with his flying time.
When I arrived at their Martin’s farm I was delighted at the beautiful scene. It was one of those gorgeous days with a beautiful blue sky and gorgeous white clouds and corn in the fields. Their farm is pretty as a picture. Going into the kennels; everything is immaculate. The puppies are beautiful; so beautiful I tried to figure out how to take more than one home with me. My Biscotti was such a happy little guy following Erla every place she went and settling down between her feet when she worked on my papers. You could tell immediately he had been well socialized not only by Erla but her little nephew who was there at the time.
Biscotti was car sick going back to Harrisburg and again in the shuttle going to the airport. I emailed Erla last night when we got home and told her he wouldn’t eat. After 6:00 P.M on a Friday night she promptly emailed back with suggestions.
I cannot recommend the Martin’s highly enough. I am convinced I now have “the world’s most perfect puppy”.