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FROM:
Harriet J.
California

Hi,
With all of Mackinac's complements, I can't believe I haven't sent a new owner your way. I feel like I could fill an order pad per day with all the people who are in love with him and who ask about you.

Today at the school crosswalk, a child yelled, "Hey Mom there's Mackinac!" I didn't even recognize her -- must be someone we see at the park. I have to get you photos of the little kids at the park swarming him -- hugs and squeezes, and begging me to let them walk him. I think that going down the slide has made him even more of a celebrity than his good looks and great personality. There is not a mother at the park who won't let her tiniest child pat him and get a kiss. (Although sometimes when they are not looking he steals their toys from the sand -- have had some 3-ft-high tots sternly yelling, "NO" at him over that.)...
Congratulations on the new puppies -- boy, Asco is really in demand!
Oh, and I am not a bit surprised by that woman who roared off, (because we at VW would not breed Asco to her less than adequate bitch) -- I can tell our vet has never seen a decent GSD before Mackinac. When we wanted to get one he practically forbade it, based on what he sees of the "breed." He told us that proper breeding was almost nonexistent in the U.S. and he was sick over what he saw passing as German Shepherds. The worst part is the heartache of the people who lose pets in ill-health -- they don't care how they look. You can imagine how thrilled the vet was when he saw Mackinac. He can't believe we are not going to show or breed him. Anyway, I better get back to work. H.

plush coat german shepherd

Pictured above is Mackinac vom Waldenhaus. Mackinac is a very special plush coated male from a recent breeding from our V Asco von den Bunaspatzen, Sch 3, FH, kkla and a selective bitch, Sage vom Waldenhaus.
  Mackinac is a big boned, 6 month old male pup with an excellent conformation, wonderful movement going and coming. He is almost maximum for the standard, 25" at the withers and goes around 70 lbs. He has a wonderful sound temperament! You can do anything with this fellow and he excepts all situations with a super attitude he especially enjoys children and even slides down the "big" slide at the playground on his own. He learned this trick without any encouragement from anyone. Needless to say he is a big "hit" at the park among the in-crowd. Mackinac is completely obedience trained. He is very affectionate and wonderful. Mackinac is going to be one big awesome fellow when he develops, being right around 100 lbs. Both his sire and dam are so intelligent and fun to live with, it's not surprising that they past on all of these magnificent traits to the entire litter.

Tracy S.
California

I am quite happy with my little angel the way she is. Actually, I told Harriet last night after I got home... why I wanted a dog so much after my other died. I got a little nervous for some reason with Phillip away and took Kassi upstairs to inspect every room in the house, even the ones the children were asleep in. She had her nose to the floor and checked everywhere so I was very confident that no-one was around.

I had to give her a bath tonight after the energetic duo finished playing (they were both black) so I put her in the bath tub for the first time as it was too cold outside. She didn't like it too much, however, while I was e-mailing you she just jumped back in to the downstairs tub so she couldn't have hated it that much.

By the way, I saw a 5 month old GSD in the park on Tuesday and she was tiny in comparison to Kassi (who is small in comparison to Mackinac). Apparently, the dog came from a 'reputable breeder', she paid $1,000 to this lady and then the dog was ill for a long time. He had toxemia or something of the sort caught from chickens!! It was a sweet male but all he seemed interested in doing was (now what's a nice word......) mounting everything in site. We let the dogs play and she kept saying what a beauty Kassi was - in fact everyone does. Miss Kassi just kept slamming that male on his back to show who was boss!! Now I am a TRUE BELIEVER when you say that you get what you pay for. You were sooooo right.

Hope you are all well,
Tracy


female German Shepherd dog Pictured left is a beautiful 4 month old female pup, out of Asco and Sage named "Kassi vom Waldenhaus". Kassi will be at least maximum for the standard when full grown, probably 24" to 25" at the withers and weigh around 80 lbs to 85 lbs.. (approximately 30 to 35 lbs. in this photo). She is large boned with a beautifully and deeply pigmented dark black and red coloration. Temperament is super around small children (as illustrated in this photo) and adults (very affectionate and loving). She has a very happy disposition. She shows good sound instincts and she has house manners, but is still very much a puppy in all ways. She has very high trainability, with good play drives for the highest possible training potential. She is absolutely perfectly beautiful and healthy.



Ron S.
California

Hello,
It's Ron S. Hope all is well. I've got two major problems. First, it is nearly impossible to take Leo anywhere that we encounter people; we are constantly stopped by folks who want to admire him. We get very little exercise stopping every fifty feet so people can oh and ah over him. He gets more attention that Robert Redford ever got on his best day. The second problem involves separation anxiety. I have always been concerned that Leo might develop this condition because we have never been apart. My fears about separation anxiety came true with a vengeance last weekend. I left Leo overnight with my daughter and the problem became immediately apparent. By the time I returned home, about an hour and a half, I missed Leo so much I had to call Kelli to check on Leo. He was doing just fine, I was miserable.

Within the last three weeks his coloration has showed some rapid and dramatic change. I thought he might resemble Blackjack, though now I'm not sure. His chest, neck, cheeks and forehead are changing to a tan/red. I don't think he will have a traditional pattern like Burk, because his entire top line and flanks remain a deep black, but his head and chest will probably be a light color. It will be interesting to see how he ends up.

In addition to mastering all the major obedience commands, Leo has taken quite a liking to canoes and he proudly carries the morning newspaper the one-third mile from the newspaper box to the house.

Oh yes, Leo can also swim. One evening, just before dusk, we were on a floating pier at the lake and Leo became interested in the dark, flat surface just beyond the the pier's edge. He had never before seen water and being late evening and rather dark the calm water looked like a firm surface to him, rather like blacktop. Without hesitation, he stepped smartly off the pier and disappeared beneath the water's surface. I suppose he thought he could walk on water, since he's mastered everything else he's tried. Actually, he had no concept of water, although upon surfacing he performed a near perfect dog paddle directly to the closest point of land. He is a riot.

I've mentioned that his favorite joy is chasing bugs, preferably butterflies or dragon flys. Well now his new pastime is chasing things that chase butterflies and dragon flies - bats. Never mind that they are fifteen feet over his head, he runs in circles imagining that somehow they will fall prey to his serpentine dance. Hasn't happened yet.

What has happened is that he has found his bark and it rattles the windows. No one dare approach, thought should they catch a glimpse of him, his happy tail would betray his mock fury.
All this activity wears him out. Like clockwork, at 8:15, he is standing next to the bedroom door waiting to enter his crate. That's my guy.

Give Sage and Asco a pet for Leo and me.

Pictured right, is Leo vom Waldenhaus. Leo is a loving and very affectionate male, but his awesome look in this picture does not portray his soft "underbelly side", which is his true nature. He is the school mascot for the track and field team at his local public school, where he interacts with great numbers of school age children on a very regular basis. They all just love him.

He is from a recent breeding from our V Asco von den Bunaspatzen, Sch 3, FH, kkla and a selective bitch, Sage vom Waldenhaus.

Leo is a big boned, 6 month old male pup with an excellent conformation, wonderful movement going and coming. He is almost maximum for the standard, 25" at the withers and goes around 70 lbs. He has a wonderful sound temperament! You can do anything with this guy and he excepts all situations with a super attitude he especially enjoys the water and is skilled in all the major obedience commands, Leo has taken quite a liking to canoes and he proudly carries the morning newspaper the one - third mile from the newspaper box to the house He is very affectionate and wonderful. Leo is going to be one big awesome fellow when he develops, being right around 100+ lbs. when matures.

Both his sire and dam are so intelligent and highly trainable, it's not surprising that they past on all of these magnificent traits to the entire litter. Leo and Ron have set very high training goals for each other. I have a feeling we will all be very proud of where they are headed together. We will keep you posted!
German Shepherd male

Rebecca R.
Maryland

Hello,
 Although you do not hear much from me lately, it is not because we do not think of you and your family out there in Missouri.. We are just busy, as you are. However, when special things happen in regard to Hunter I do want to sit down and share them with you.
 Hunter turned one year on Monday..On that particular day my (almost ) 11 year old (his birthday is this Friday) had come home from school as usual. I was not home yet, because I was on the way to pick up his brother from elementary school. He decided to check up on the dogs in the backyard because our one garage door was open. Since he was the first to be home, this was an unusual situation to greet him. The dogs were fine, so he threw a stick for Hunter to fetch..Just as Hunter was bringing the stick back, Taylor started barking at something (yes, this too, was a first)..She ran to Hunter who turned around towards a man who had just scrambled over our back fence from our neighbor's yard. This is the same time that my son saw this stranger. Hunter let out loud barks and ran towards the man. For some odd reason, the man must not have seen the dogs in the yard (there were some bushes and trees separating him from the lawn), so he ran back to the fence and heaved himself across it. Hunter jumped up on the fence(with the front paws) and barked some more. Once he was back in our neighbor's yard, the intruder just took off running through the yard and down the street. My son was rather shaken. I thank God that Hunter was there and reacted with his ancestors instinct. I am not sure what Hunter would have done if he had gotten to this intruder before he cleared the fence ...Although Hunter looks impressive and perhaps formidable, he is still a babe..
 The fact that the garage door was open was probably totally unrelated to the backyard incident..since the house was totally undisturbed. If one of the cats decides to run out of the garage as the door is coming down, the sensor is tripped and the door automatically opens up again. That probably happened that morning as I left with the boys for school..except I had never looked back to check that the door had actually closed..
 Tonight Craig took Hunter on some quick errands,,In the pet store Hunter followed Craig's commands to the 'T'..like he was a PRO..Other customers were asking him what obedience school he had taken Hunter to...Of course Hunter has only had the puppy class and my continued re-enforcement at home...After the new year I will definitely enroll him in some intermediate class..I think Hunter actually gets a kick out of them.. Well, it is getting late ...but I just wanted to thank you for breeding such a fine dog!!! Eric (my 11 year old) thanks you too...

Gratefully yours,
Goldy

(Good Boy Hunter!)

male German Shepherd Pictured is Hunter vom Waldenhaus.
Hunter is an incredibly personable, large sized, black and red, 5 1/2 month old male out of Egan and Julie. He weighs approximately 60 lbs. He will top out at around 95 lbs to 100 lbs when fully mature. Hunter has an excellent disposition and is very willing to please. He shows good tendencies to have very strong natural protection instincts. He has good "ball" drive and good play / prey drives.

Lynn T.
Maryland

...I cruised your website - I just love looking at all the dogs. For the first time I noticed Julie's grey muzzle, just like Dakota. Coltrane's face has stayed much blacker than his dad's; his eyes are still two different shades of brown - such a distinctive looking dawg! Also, Dakota's fur is at least twice as long as Coltrane's. He's a skinhead.
We have an intercom arrangement on the phone with my mother which causes the phone to ring twice when we call her. Since they don't play with her rotund little piglet Cassie, the yellow lab, we frequently call her to let her know that the wolves are heading out. First they learned what two rings meant. Then if I dialed while on speaker phone, they recognized the sound of the number I was dialing if I was calling her. They listen to every number I call; if I dial anyone else they don't move a muscle because it's not for them. To keep them from going nutso when I call my mother and am not planning to take them out, I started picking up the phone to dial - but they watch and know from my dialing on the keypad that I'm calling her - even before the phone rings twice. The subtleties of their intelligence are amazing.
Coltrane loves to play with me, and if I let them out but don't go out, he either comes back in with a toy in his mouth and follows me around with that look in his eyes, or he sits outside and stares at the house.
I had them in the car today right next to a bank machine. They sat there and watched me, but starting barking hard when a man stood in line behind me. I just looked at them and said it was ok, and they quieted right down. I think if Coltrane had to climb a 10 foot wall (or squeeze himself through a partially opened car window) to rescue me from some brute, he would.
Well, I'll let you tend to your broods. I may be biased, but I think that Egan and Julie create absolutely spectacular puppies.

Coltrain vom Waldenhaus Pictured left, Coltrane is an incredibly personable large sized, black & red with dark highlights, 11month old male out of Egan and Julie weighs approximately 90 lbs. He will top out at about 100 lbs to 110 lbs when fully mature. Coltrane has an excellent disposition and is very willing to please. He is making an excellent companion and natural personal protection partner. He has been raised and gentled in the handling process by his owners, which will make him an excellent candidate for obedience work and for higher levels of training. He is keeping his family warm at night with laughter from his antics with his sister Dakota
Dakota vom Waldenhaus

Pictured above is a "Select" Egan and Julie 11month old female pup named "Dakota vom Waldenhaus". Dakota will be at least maximum for the standard when full grown, probably 24" to 25" at the withers and weigh around 80 lbs to 85 lbs.. (approximately 60 to 65 lbs. in this photo). She is large boned with a beautifully and darkly pigmented black and red coloration. Temperament is super around small children and adults (very affectionate and loving). She has a very happy disposition. She shows good sound instincts and she has house manners, but is still very much a puppy in all ways. She has very high trainability, with good play / prey drives for the highest possible training potential. She is absolutely perfectly healthy and simply adores her family and brother Coltrane.

Nancy K.
New Jersey

 Well I've had Baron just beginning 4 weeks now and it has been a wonderful experience. He was basically housebroken when he arrived here and now I know exactly what you mean by "reading" him. He lets me know when he has to go. Any accidents have been my fault for not moving fast enough. He has slept through the night since his arrival. He has grown so much in the past 3 weeks I can't believe it. He has lots of silver in him now - not sure where that came from but he is beautiful. And smart!!! He just started obedience training, learning how to walk on a leash without pulling in 45 minutes with gentle instruction. He comes when he is called. Since I plan to go into search and rescue I've been setting him up to push open doors, climb out of tight spaces, greet all kinds of people, etc. And he just knows what to do. For all of my fears about raising a puppy - he's has been wonderful - and I've nothing to fear. He is comical and mischievous, intelligent and loving. He met my brother's 140lb GSD and it was like they've know each other forever. He showed nothing but curiosity and ingenious when trying to take a ball out of Smokey's mouth. First he would chase Smokey, then when that didn't work, he'd sit and wait for Smokey to come back and he would hit Smokey from the side to get him to drop the ball. We were amazed. The yard they were in wasn't fenced in so I had Baron dragging a 15 foot lead. He was being so good I decided to give it a shot and take it off. Well every time he started to head off the wrong way I would call him and he would come running back. His intelligence is absolutely amazing. I can't wait to start serious training.
 You should be very proud that you raise such wonderful dogs. Rest assured that if I'm ever asked where to get a GSD it will be from you and only you. As a side note when I went to the vet's office I overhead a comment regarding Baron....someone said "Now that's what a German Shepherd is supposed to look like." It made me feel great.
 I'll keep you posted on our progress in training. All the pictures I've taken aren't good enough to send to you yet but as soon as I get a good one, I'll send it along.
 I can't thank you enough for your patience, understanding and for sending me such a wonderful partner.

Sincerely,
Nancy
Baron proud owner Nancy picture
Baron's head study profile picture Baron's head study profile picture
Nancy's Baron vom Waldenhaus

Ed E.
Georgia

Hello,
I have attached a photo of my 4-year-old, Adah, with Saint. He has really settled in nicely, and behaves well enough to have the run of the house. It's fun, though, to see his drive kick in. He usually is playful and laid back, but when it's time to play ball it's like someone throws a switch. There's a complete personality change as he immediately goes into a focused state. He won't tire of whatever the game is.

It's been over 10 years since we've had a puppy in the house, but Saint has been a breeze. After a few nights in the crate next to our bed, we let him sleep on his own, and he has not had any accidents. We now sleep with our bedroom door open, and he makes sure he has a view of the threshold so to "guard" us.

He loves all the neighbors and other visitors, and my wife and daughters adore him. I'll send more pictures as he grows; he is almost visibly larger every day.

Best Wishes!
Ed


Sandra R.
Chicago

Dear Susan and Tom,
Hoped you liked the pictures of my little angel... The older she gets the more I realize just how clever she is. Of course everyone who meets her is amazed at her outgoing nature. Even so, her protective nature in our home is comforting. She has filled out well and finally her beast appetite has diminished. Her obedience training is going well. My mom has fallen hard for her. Now of course she can't imagine a day without her. I was very proud of her the other night when I took her out for her last potty break before bedtime. She is off lead in the yard checking animal scents when I look up to see a large raccoon scurry across the street towards us, obviously unaware of our presence. Well one second later Reina is aware of this furball and prepares her launch. I yell out "No...Stay".(and of course say a tiny prayer too.) She stands perfectly still, allowing this very tempting morsel to pass unmolested. So even though she has incredible drive her willingness to obey and please me takes over......What a cool dog! All right, enough of "my child is wonderful stories".

Take care. Sandra
German Shepherd female Reina vom Waldenhaus


German Shepherd dog Rommel vom Waldenhaus Howard and Mary W.
Alabama

 It has been a long time since we have written. Just thought we would send an update on Rommell with a couple of pictures.
 Rommell is 10 months old now, about 75 pounds and the love of our hearts. He is so intelligent, so quick to please and so very handsome. We could not be any more pleased -- and to think we had the last pick of the litter. We now believe ya'll really and truly never ever produce what some call the "last pick". Rommell would have been and is now our fist pick.
 We attend obedience class once a week, now into the intermediate classes, and are doing excellent. We are very pleased with our trainer who specializes in GSD working dogs and his technique is total praise and very very little correction. The trainer says that Rommel has great drives. Rommell is just a pleasure to work with.
 Rommell also loves to play games (actually he never wants to stop). We will play tracking games with him and he loves that! For instance, I will go through the woods and then later Rommell and Howard will follow and try to find me. Rommell is an excellent tracker and has absolutely no problem following my trail. It is just amazing to watch him work.
 He's just all we expected and more. Hope you enjoy the pictures, they really don't do justice to how handsome he really is.

Your friends,
Howard and Mary W.


Kristi B.
Missouri

Hello Susan & Tom,
 I wanted to tell you that we ALL had a wonderful time visiting. I knew I would enjoy myself. But to be honest, I was quite amazed at how "in awe" my dad & Cindy were. They both confessed after our visit, that they had previously thought that I was a little crazy for spending that kind of money for a dog. But the experience not only changed their minds but now they too want such a dog.
 I am getting Sophie with money left to me from my mother. She didn't leave a fortune by any means and I think my family was a little concerned about spending it on a dog. But they "get it" now. It's one of those things you cannot explain but our visit Sunday explained it all!! They are special dogs and you are special people!
 Thank you for spending so much time with us. With Andrea and Lucas away I know that you have more things to get done. I hope that you are getting along okay without them around. Audrey and John are going to Arizona to visit his parents soon. It will be the first time (except for Saturday night), that I have been away from her. So, I can only imagine how you must feel. I am dreading it. Everyone keeps telling me to enjoy the break, I think they are crazy!
 We watched the video and Miss Pink or Miss Red (or any of them actually) will be great. The runt is really going to make a great pet for someone. Watching him on the tape was a scream! Audrey and John liked Miss Pink & Miss Red also. Let me know what you observe over the next couple of weeks (whenever you get a chance). Picking her up in two weeks (instead of three) works out great because the following weekend is Halloween. Audrey was dressing up as a lion. Guess what she wants to be now? A "Sophie puppy". I told her that her lion costume can be modified into one. Oh my!

Take care and thank you so much for everything!!

Kristi

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Kristi B.
Missouri

Hello to all,
 Thank you for a great afternoon and for an incredible puppy!! It was so nice to meet the whole Forrest family. Your GSD's have the life!!
 Sophie was asleep belly-up on my lap before we hit the paved road. She slept most of the way home and through the night. I have to confess, however, that she bunked with me. We both slept sound. I know this is a huge no-no but after John gets back she'll never get the opportunity so I thought what the heck!! She is such an easy baby (except for the fact that I quickly learned that my house may be toddler-proof, it is not puppy-proof). But a quick run through eliminated most potential puppy catastrophes.
 She is soooo sweet. Her and I went on a walk this morning and she found nothing the least bit daunting. A sprinkler system came on and nearly scared me to death but she was fine. She was very amused by it.
 I decided it was time to begin the formal introductions. Especially, since Abby howled like a wolf all night wanting to come in to see Sophie. So, I let all three out in the yard. I sat on the porch and Sophie sat beside me. After, Abby & Stanley had finished their business they both rushed towards me (eager for some love) but Sophie didn't see it that way and leaped in my lap and let out the most ferocious bark/growl. Not a scared puppy bark/growl but a "I'm not afraid of you stay the heck back" bark/growl. Abby & Stanley froze and Sophie was not about to back down. I patted Sophie and told her it was okay and she licked me and everything was fine. Needless, to say I have decided to proceed a little more slowly with the introduction. I put a baby gate up in the kitchen that allows everyone to look but not touch. Sophie is fine with this arrangement. Oddly, she couldn't care less about the cats. She finds them harmless I guess.
 You know I could go on forever and I don't want to bore you. But let me thank you from the bottom of my heart for such a wonderful companion. I have had her less than 24 hours and I can tell she is special. She has already shown me that she is as sweet as a marshmallow but NO wimp. Her intelligence is extremely apparent and she is at my feet asleep right now. I love her!!

Thanks so much!

Kristi

(I will keep you posted, but promise not take up all your time)



Mrs. Dia F.
Florida

 I just found out that you have Asco again, and will be breeding him to Katie. I had been in touch with Debbie about another Asco puppy. I was looking to get another Birko. If you are going to be breeding him to Katie, could I possibly put down a deposit on a longhaired male ? Birko has adjusted very good, and we are ready for another puppy. We have decided not to do any breeding, just enjoying our companions. If we get a younger dog, I think we will have no problem with it adjusting to the horses. Please let me know if this is possible. I have mailed you a photo of Birko with his two best friends. We had gotten them done for Christmas, but the photographer didn't get them back to us until just recently. Birko is picking Maggie up and carrying her around in her blanket again this year. I swear he started laughing when he saw us get it out this time. He was so excited ! He just grabbed her up and took off ! He knew right away what it was ! We are going snow skiing in March, Salt Lake City, and we are taking him with us. I can't wait to get him in the snow. We have a cabin we rent, and it has a three acre yard for us to play in. I'm sure he'll miss Maggie, but I couldn't bear to leave him with anyone, he is so loyal to our family, and fantastic with the children in the neighborhood. I swear they know the difference in Children and adults. He won't let any adults out of their cars when they arrive ! Well , let me know about the puppies , and when you get the photo.... tell me what you think.

Dia

German Shepherd dog Birko vom Waldenhaus



Andre R.
Brazil
Hello,
 Good to hear from you. Bohdo is doing great. We take him every week-end to our farm near São Paulo where he can have a lot of activity. He loves to follow me while I am horse back riding. I am looking for a female to keep him company. Given the level of energy he has and the attention he requires, I cannot imagine having a bunch of puppies and surviving the experience. I wonder how do you manage. Anyway, I would like to keep open the possibility of breeding them if sometime in the future I have the time and the courage. He seems to get along well with other dogs he meets when I take him for a walk etc. He is not aggressive but isn't afraid of anybody or anything. I have no idea, however, how would he react to a new puppy in the house a few months from now. You can certainly tell it better than I. What do you think?

Best regards,
André.
Bohdo vom Waldenhaus
Bohdo in Brazil

Kevin D.
New Jersey


 Thank you for sending Blackjack's papers to me.   That's quite a fine line that he comes from. I'm not surprised based on how gorgeous he looks and wonderful his personality is. He's 9 months old now as you probably know and he weighs about 90 lbs. (as of 3 weeks ago.) Looks like we're shedding now and his long hair on the sides is going away...for now.
 I must tell you, he is a wonderful, playful, patient and friendly boy. Actually, he is a little bit of a joker like me. He fears nothing, but he is a gentle giant even with the small, feisty dogs in obedience class. By the way, he's doing just fine in class. What an intelligent fella. I could go on but suffice it to say, he has exceeded my expectations and he's not even full grown yet!
 I'm glad to hear Birko has found a home. If he's anything like his long - haired brother, those folks are in for a great addition to the family. I wish I could have had them both!! They're hunks!!
 As soon as Blackjack gets a little older, I will be back for one more of your babies. Blackjack will be a hard act to follow, though. I would be looking for another male with a similar temperament and structure as my best friend here. I'll keep tuning in to your website to see what's coming. Maybe this fall or winter.
 I promise to send you a picture soon for your files. I hope the winter wasn't too bad in Missouri.
 Best wishes to you and the Family.

Kevin D.
Blackjack vom Waldenhaus Pictured left, Blackjack is an incredibly personable large sized, black and red , 14 month old male out of two West German Imports, Asco and Kati. He weighs approximately 90 lbs. He will top out at around 95 lbs to 100 lbs when fully mature. Blackjack has an excellent disposition and is very willing to please. He shows good tendencies to have very strong natural protection instincts. He has good "ball" drive and good play / prey drives. He is making an excellent companion and natural personal protection partner.

Teri and David S..
Chicago

Hi Everyone!,
 How are you all? I'm still waiting for David to print the pictures of Gen. Wait till you see her she is so beautiful. Luccia got her first ribbon this weekend for flyball. We were real excited. Guess what? I took a puppy I.Q. test for Gen. She came is as Genius, how about that. High on the Genius side. She is doing very well. I've been doing what you said when strangers come up and it is working... She getting there. We play catch with the ball. She is alot of fun. I wish I had more time to spend with her... e=mail soon, miss hearing from you.

good health to all!

Teri in Chicago

Genesis vom Waldenhaus

Genesis vom Waldenhaus at 8 months old

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