Just wanted to update you on Rudy and send you a photo. What a GREAT dog!!! He is not only beautiful but we think he's going to be the valedictorian of his puppy class! He is so smart, obedient and gentle. Since we got him off the plane 5 weeks ago, he has logged approximately 25 hours in the car traveling with us and has done beautifully. We had him at the gulf coast of Florida last week and he not only loved the sand and the surf, but he even rode the waves on the rafts with the kids. We are absolutly in love with our little Rudy. When we decide that we have the time to devote to another puppy you'll definitely be hearing from us. Thank you for our little blessing!!!
Merry Christmas from Georgia!!!
We thought you might enjoy an updated photo of Rudy with his "human litter mates"! I can't tell you what a blessing Rudy has been to our family. He is absolutely the sweetest, gentlest, smartest and definitely the most beautiful dog that we have ever had. The kids adore him. He is 7 1/2 months now and weighs around 50 pounds and still likes to get up in our laps. Thanks again for sending us the best dog we could have found. Our family wouldn't be the same without him! Have a great holiday!!!
The Pifer Family
How are all your 2 and 4 legged children? We would love to stop by and visit if we could.Samson is just wonderful. He is loving, smart and just a little bit naughty. Just the way we like our puppies to be actually. We have some pictures for you attached. I wish we could have snapped one of him picking berries this summer. We have a bunch of wild blackberry vines in our backyard. Sam likes them - a lot! What's funny is he only picks the ripe ones.We are currently attending "doggie obedience class". This should actually be called "doggie owner obedience class". During each class all the puppies get to mingle in the center of the room. Sam prefers to visit with the people.As you can see in the pictures, Sam loves to be at our cottage and in the lake. He is a real water dog. No wonder, when we are not at the cottage, he is in the backyard swimming pool at home. When we must leave him behind, he stays with our retired neighbors (former multiple golden owners). They just love him and spoil him to death. He should never have to stay in a kennel. Lucky dog hey?
I see you have a new addition to your kennel named Samson too. We wanted to say happy new year and tell you about our wonderful Samson puppy (80 lbs now)we got from you last summer. He is such a joy to our family. Samson is spoiled rotten, but he is a GOOD BOY. I will send pictures soon, he is absolutely gorgeous. He learned to swim just before the weather turned cold. He has loving eyes and just loves everybody and all other dogs too. We like to say he has a "wild hair" though. He gets excited and races around. He is so funny. He even sits with me and actually watches TV. He is such a good friend already. Samson has really helped all of us get past the loss of our last Golden, Sydney. Thanks again Kim and have a great new year. We will be in touch & send more pictures.
Pete and I thought you might get a kick out of seeing this photo. We bought this canvas tent as he has outgrown the carrier and we hoped this would be more comfortable and breathable for him. As you can see, Legend felt he needed a softer bed, so he figured out how to get up on the loveseat by himself. We've hidden and watched him move about the room and house in his 'pup tent.' If anyone ever wanted a smart and funny dog.......here it is! He resembles a hamster in a plastic excercise ball when he moves about.
Our whole family just adores Legend. We never saw ourselves having a big dog in the house, but this has been the smartest move we have ever made for our family. Thanks for such a great dog!
Pete and I wanted to send a couple of snaps of Legend. We don't get much snow down here, but Pete got him out today for awhile and he loves it. He's been able to play in the snow one other time this winter, but it melted off so fast it was a one day play.
He's doing really well and wanted to send a quit updated photo.
Take care and keep each other warm.