Annie. Annie, Annie, Annie. Like her name sake, an exuberant demanding red head, Brittany. Very bold and adventurous, but once taught a behavior she nails it! At 3 years old she is just starting to settle down, but is ready to engage in the blink of an eye. What an amazing athlete she would be if I were 20 years younger. She has taken TONS of my patients, but she is so worth it! 11/2018-
Meet Luna, my smooth coat fox terrier.
I knew I wanted to get another terrier. I researched for 6 months and made the decision to get another "smoothie". I found her but she was in Minnesota. I chose not to have her flown here by herself, so I cashed in my change jar (15 yrs of saving) and flew out to get her all in one day. Total time on a airplane, 8hrs. Number of stop overs, 4. A new best friend, priceless. Luna and I enjoy competing in barn hunt and she loves learning tricks.
Phoebe is fostered in my home when her past owner decided that the enviroment she lived in would not help with her fear aggression issues. She worked very hard to help Phoebe overcome her fears and gain confidence. Since I am her 4th home Phoebe will stay here where she can be safe and understood until the perfect home is found. Phoebe was one of the lucky ones. This is far to common with dogs that are being rescued and adopted out.
Betsy was my "love bug". She welcomed each dog into my home with a wagging tail and calming behaviors. She was a great "teacher" to every puppy. Just the right patients when they're young and a small amount of discipline for the adolescent. Betsy passed in 2017 from spleen tumors and heart condition. She was 11 years old. Miss you "Betsy Do" Hopes On The Rocks With A Twist