I lost Chip on 7-7-14. He is sorely missed.
Chip was my main companion. He was one of the most intelligent dogs I have ever had the pleasure of owning. He was trained to open the refrigerator, bring my ice tea bottle, and then close the door. (This trick has been most helpful for those big family dinners when my hands were full and couldn't handle the refrigerator and the turkey at the same time.) He automatically picked up anything I dropped and straightened my living room every morning. He helped me find my keys when I lost them. (Which is more frequent than I would like to admit.) He brought me the remote controls on demand and retrieved my shoes. He rang a door bell to let me know when he needed to go outside. He picked up all of the food bowls twice a day after the feeding frenzy was over. Chip did whatever I wanted or needed him to do. There was not a common dog trick that Chip didn't know including sit, down, stay, shake, roll over, high-five, beg, leave it, fetch, etc. He had been extremely easy to train because of his intelligence and eagerness to please me.
Halo is from Rusti and Blackpearl's Regal Heir born January 14, 2016. She is a beautiful dark Liver/White. She has been PFK & PRA Tested. She has been Eye Certified. Halo is Hip/Knee/Elbow Certified. Halo earned her AKC Canine Good Citizen Title on March 29, 2017. She is now Titled with top scores in Rally Novice.
Rusti is everything you could ever want in a springer. Rusti is from Megan & Duncan's Litter born on April 26, 2012. She is an extremely rare Black/White/Tan Tri-Sable. She has been PFK & PRA Tested. She has been Eye Certified. Rusti is Hip/Knee/Elbow Certified. Rusti received her AKC Canine Good Citizen Title on 3-1-13 at 10 months old. She is now Titled with top scores in Beginning Novice Obedience, Rally Novice, Rally Advanced & Rally Excellent. Rusti earned her AKC Companion Dog Title on 4-20-14 and earned 3rd in the Nation of all competing English Springer Spaniels in her obedience level. Rusti earned her Rally Advanced Excellent Title in 2016 and is now competing for her AKC Companion Dog Excellent Title.
Elyse is from Ebony & Indy's Litter born on June 21, 2012. She is extremely sweet and intensely loving. Elyse has been PFK & PRA Tested. She has been Eye Certified. Elyse received her AKC Canine Good Citizen Title on 5-21-13 at 11 months old. She is Titled with top scores in Rally Novice and Beginning Novice Obedience. She is an incredibly fast runner and is enjoying the sport of Flyball.
Dasher is from Star and Duncan's Litter born December 5, 2012. She has been PFK & PRA tested. She has been eye certified. Dasher is Hip/Knee/Elbow Certified. Dasher was shown in Conformation Competitions and has taken Best of Breed and 3rd in Sporting Group. Dasher received her AKC Canine Good Citizen Title on 10-29-13. She earned her AKC Beginning Novice Obedience Title on 5-23-14 with high scores and held 6th in the nation for the 1st 6 months of the year. Dasher earned her AKC Companion Dog Title on 7-19-14. Dasher earned her International Championship Conformation Title on 8-2-15.
Madeline is now retired and lives in Richland, Washington. Her daughter Zoey is her only competition for attention.
Here is the story of my son's lead poisoning, by the Seattle times...
Although they did not capitalize on how hard it was for him to get the treatment in a timely manner.
But if you look at the video of my son,
There is a piece of paper that shows his lead levels.. It will show you that he should have been hospitalized for high levels numerous time. And all those Blood reports were before they admitted him!!!!!!!!...
It took us a year to get him admitted, and that was only because I threatened to move Jake to Arizona to stay with my brother, to get better medical services for our son.
And for the reason they said they didn't, hospitalize him was because they didn't know what he was exposed to....well I can tell you that is wrong by CDC protocol!
What they should have done is admit him, and start him on Chealation therapy, then the state is suppose to come into the house and look for the potential cause, while he is in the hospital. Oh wait!!!!!
The PCP provider and the health district called us and told to take Jake to the hospital immediately, to have I'm admitted but, Dr. CHILDS AT KADILEC HOSPITAL DENIED MY SON TREATMENT BECAUSE OF THE COST OF MEDICATION. Without talking to our insurance.
And the state didn't come in till a month later, then the XRF gun was not calibrated, so it showed my whole house was hot... Then a private insurance company came in and said it was the window frames, and outside entrance. So then we had 2 different reports!
It took the state 5 more months to come back, which proved the insurance company to be right....after we moved it his levels hit 61 BLL. That's when I told the state I was moving him, and they admitted him.
But even then it was frank who was trying to make Spokane come and test the stuff we had at our friends house, which was just bed stuff, cloths, PS3, tv, and iPad. Everything else we put in storage. And the doctor was going to let him out before testing his stuff. He was released 5 days before we could get someone in....
When nothing came up positive in Jakes room, Frank suggest the sheepskin, cause it was the only thing left....
Also about the sheepskin, he didn't need it as a comfort thing, it was just super soft and comfortable...
I am just so mad with this State.
It is time for them to be more educated and prepared!
Please share share and share!
Thank you Seattle times for tellling his story!
Star was my dance partner for close to 7 years. She has now retired to dote on a wonderful young lady named Caitlin. Caitlin struggles with cerebral palsy. Star's retrieving skills will come in very handy. I look forward to watching them grow in their relationship together and hope that I will have the privilege to continue to train Star as Caitlin's needs change.
All three have Championship bloodlines and are as sweet as they look. Each personality is different. All three are terribly spoiled.
This is their Father. Chloe is their Mother
They are giving me great litters. They are the start of my tri-color puppies.
Ebony - Star - Madeline on 12-1-2011
Star Performs at a local events. Nursing Homes, Children's Hospitals, Churches, Schools. She is my Dance partner.
http://youtu.be/bkeauiHRgCo Click here to view a video of Star's performance.
Ebony's Canine Good Citizen Test on 11-1-2012
Stone was my breeder boy for 4 years. He produced absolutely wonderful litters with all of my girls. He is one of the very nicest intact males I have ever had the pleasure to love. He is now retired and living the life of luxury with his new family in Spokane, WA.
Becca is also a sister to Chip and is Ali's litter mate. Like Chip, she is an extremely strong swimmer. She has the most muscular structure. Becca is loving and gentle and totally dedicated to me. She is extremely smart and eager to please. Becca picks up most of the metal feeding bowls and brings them to me when everyone is done eating. She shows more signs of protectiveness than the others and is a bit more leary of strangers. Becca was wonderful with Lizzie's last batch of puppies. She was very watchful over them and kept them out of trouble. She spent alot of time herding them. She was probably my best when it came to socialization of the puppies. She is extremely protective and concerned about strangers being near her litter.
Ali is a litter mate to Becca and is also a sister to Chip and Lizzie. She was born on March 31, 2005. I received great puppies from Ali. She is beautiful and has such heart. Her disposition is as gentle as Lizzie's. She is extremely loving and believes she is a lap dog. She is also a very strong swimmer, distance jumper, and loves to field train with her sisters. She brought me my shoes every morning for 6 years and picked up anything I dropped and handed it to me.
Ali is now retired and will live the rest of her life with a family in Seattle, Washington. She is sorely missed.
This shows the change that sometimes happens in the saddle from puppy stage to adult dog. Lizzie is only 6 weeks old in her baby picture to the left.
Lizzie is Chips full blood sister. She started it all. I had no intention of breeding dogs but the breeder of Lizzie saw something special in her and requested a puppy from her. She selected the sire for the litter and mentored me all the way through the placement of the puppies. I was hooked from then on.
Lizzie was Hip Certified with the Orthopedic Foundation of Animals as Good. She was eye certified each year and PFK tested. She carried herself with a rare elegance and was intensely intelligent and loving.
Lizzie produced beautiful, healthy, puppies. Bailey and Chloe are from Lizzie's 2nd Litter. Be sure to check out her past litters and the comments other puppy buyers have made about her puppies under "Puppy Kudo's".
Lizzie is now retired and lives in Alameda, California with a great family. They also have one of Lizzie's girls - Lexi.