Sunday, July 29, 2012

Lakeside at The Villages


and they're down  

But one

A+ on your homework

Home please

A big portion of our group lives in the Villages , so they hosted our last meeting. It was nice, because the community has a lot to offer in the way of exposures for the dogs in their town square. The meeting was kicked off with a training review and there were boat rides and golf cart rides that were provided by members of the group. Beau and Newman enjoyed the boat ride; it seemed all the pups did.  

Sunday, July 1, 2012

We are at one of our  monthly meetings . 

I'm in the middle  brother Newman in front, and litter mate Sammy in back .
I'm going home with homework !

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

 Thank you Quincy and Newman  for the shout out and for all your help (you are our favorite raiser and puppy team)  ,we are still working out the bugs and saying we are under construction is an understatement , so don't mind the dust  and welcome .   

Dwayne and Beau went to the last group meeting alone, while Newman and I  took Q to AP  testing in the opposite direction .Dwayne quickly learned Quincy makes it look easy ,so no pictures this week, he said it was enough to just juggle busy bags ,water,the leash and the bouncing ball at the end of it  , but they did fine .  Newman and I had it easy we shopped and wondered around killing time waiting for Q.

  Beau's  first SEGD picture came  in the mail  , what a cute little fluff ball the note said he was 6 weeks old at the time .

Sunday, April 15, 2012


The town of Celebration was the site of this weeks meeting .
 It's awesome when we have at least one meeting in your own backyard. The group is spread out over a very large area, so for most of us the travel time is twice the meeting time.

AC Jocelyn &Emily
Q &Newman

Chance helping with Rusty who will be going in for training soon.

Dwayne &Beau
above the younger pups gather with  Betty for Puppy Kg.
and the older dogs are working on obedience training.

Sunday, April 1, 2012


The town of Celebration offers a great place for a new puppy to experience a bunch of first exposures. All without being overwhelming, with a hint of the small town feel, and step back in time where you can actually cross the street and have the right of way.
And the TAIL goes up.

Always time for a quick 5 minute training .

It's for you .When you grew up before cell phones  you can't  help yourself but to goof around with a lonely  pay phone .
A quick nap