Meet our Gorgeous little Stud
Or as we like to call him "Yo-Yo"
sporting his very efficient Wiki Wags brand
Disposable Male Dog Diaper Wrap!
Below is Our RETIRED or Non-breeders
but very lovingly devoted boys
...Cowboy, a neutered Black n Tan male, loves attention and is as smart as he is beautiful. There is never a crumb left on the floor or table with Cowboy around!
There is no match for this busy-spirited and spoiled little guy! He is his mama's little shadow and daddy's snuggy bed buddy!
lived up to his name as the life of the party...
He kept everybody in stitches - laughing with his whimsical personality...And always wanted to be the center of attention! He lived out his life until he was 13.5 yrs young. Such an amazing sweetheart.
"Frisco" - a tiny guy with a huge heart! R.I.P. 2017
Also, a neutered male we rescued from a puppy mill when he was a very young fella. He was quite a character and the boss of the house. But due to his background he could never be added to our breeding line.
He sure managed to stir up some excitement in the house with his tiny personality! Mama's protector for sure...
R.I.P. My Little Hero
"Hemi" needed his sunglasses too!
Here in Frisco, TX at the Chihuahua Dog Races but when he was enjoying life at home, he often loved to sing in the shower ...really! You are greatly missed.
Farewell to our Beloved "Bam-Bam"
aka AKC "Bam-Bam's Wonder Boy"
I called him ..."My Little County Gentleman"
He never crossed through a gate or door without first stopping and letting his human mom go through first. A self-taught habit he did on his very own. He was with us for 16 wonderful years before his passing.
Since these -wee- little dogs were our pets and a real active part of our family; we want to pay a special tribute to them for all the joy and happiness they bought to us.
It is always hard to say goodbye, but 2020 was especially hard for our family as well. It was the Year of Tears for many reasons. And when each of you contacted me with your heart broken because of a loss, I truly did understand!
We do not sell them when they are retired. We keep our "Retired Breeders" because they are a loving part of our family.
And like any family member, their time will come when they must go, but it will not be any easier to say good-bye. Until then, they have the safety and assurance of knowing that they are welcomely sharing our loving home.
(Learn to be a responsible pet owner. And if you already are, then you have grown to know that they are not "disposable" animals.)