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Polly continues to make me and her owner extremely proud of her (and proud of them as a team!) She may be looking at her first trial in December!
She is incredibly beautiful and I think her owner might need a little nudge to take her out at a show or two.
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Don't have any real stacked pics but this is a still from protection training.
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She also finally received the fur-saver I had orded from point blank powder coating. It is a herm sprenger coated with a cooked pigment that does not chip and is guaranteed for life.
She seems pretty chuffed about it, doesn't she?
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Finally much like her sisters (both Elsa and Siren) she is OBSESSED with water! Her owner said "I've never had a dog who didn't wait for the tub to be filled and that just jumped in with the hose still going!"
Dog Dog breed Carnivore Grass Snout


Siren recently received a special limited edition collar I ordered for her, the design having been named after her I couldn't resist! (The designer asked if people would be interested in a "plain" mermaid leather collar, I said I'd buy one for a puppy named Siren... lo and behold she released the Siren and Little Siren!) Someone was asking about a blue or fawn with lighter coloured eyes... well I present you Siren's deep chocolate browns!

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I don't have any good recent pictures of the boys, but I should probably go and poke their owners!
 

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I just would like to say that Siren's collar is absolutely beautiful.
 
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They are so pretty , But that Polly - WOW !

Thanks for the pictures - I wish I could remember back to when you posted up puppy pics. and all of us was picking the pup they liked best , lol I would like to see what the one I picked loos like today , may have to try and go back and find that tread : )))

Thanks again Artie !
 

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Siren recently received a special limited edition collar I ordered for her, the design having been named after her I couldn't resist! (The designer asked if people would be interested in a "plain" mermaid leather collar, I said I'd buy one for a puppy named Siren... lo and behold she released the Siren and Little Siren!) Someone was asking about a blue or fawn with lighter coloured eyes... well I present you Siren's deep chocolate browns!

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I don't have any good recent pictures of the boys, but I should probably go and poke their owners!
 

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Siren recently received a special limited edition collar I ordered for her, the design having been named after her I couldn't resist! (The designer asked if people would be interested in a "plain" mermaid leather collar, I said I'd buy one for a puppy named Siren... lo and behold she released the Siren and Little Siren!) Someone was asking about a blue or fawn with lighter coloured eyes... well I present you Siren's deep chocolate browns!

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I don't have any good recent pictures of the boys, but I should probably go and poke their owners!
Siren and her eye color are a good example of what I described when saying that good eye color in a blue was a "black" (very very dark brown eye) just as if they were black dogs. The only light eyed blues or fawns I've ever seen were those whose parent had light eyes.

And thanks for the picture of Siren--I liked her a lot--but then I have a soft spot for the good dilutes...

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Siren and her eye color are a good example of what I described when saying that good eye color in a blue was a "black" (very very dark brown eye) just as if they were black dogs. The only light eyed blues or fawns I've ever seen were those whose parent had light eyes.

And thanks for the picture of Siren--I liked her a lot--but then I have a soft spot for the good dilutes...

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I think of you every time I get updates, I know how much you liked her. And from what I have seen you were right! I'm trying to convince her owner to come up for a visit, if we manage I am stacking that puppy for you, or so help me gods LOL!
 

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I think of you every time I get updates, I know how much you liked her. And from what I have seen you were right! I'm trying to convince her owner to come up for a visit, if we manage I am stacking that puppy for you, or so help me gods LOL!
I really did like your little blue Siren--in fact as they grow up this is definitely looking like a very nice litter indeed. Yeah--I'd love to see Siren stacked.

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They are so pretty , But that Polly - WOW !

Thanks for the pictures - I wish I could remember back to when you posted up puppy pics. and all of us was picking the pup they liked best , lol I would like to see what the one I picked loos like today , may have to try and go back and find that tread : )))

Thanks again Artie !
Thank you, yes she is quite striking isn't she! Polly (formerly Anna) was the tiny terror - smallest at birth and smallest throughout most of their growth. We nickname her Polly Pocket and Pocket Rocket though I do believe she's caught up now. She was the one who most looked like Nadia overall in my opinion safe for the head, though her eyes take after her sire and grandsire (to be fair, the grandsire, they are linebred on). She actually looks more like Nadia now than she did when she was puppy - somewhere between Nadia and Elsa.
 
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