Bavaria's Boxers new litter -
Born December 6, 2001
Sire: Ch. Interlude's Bavarian Hummel (Jack) SOM
Dam: Bavaria's Breakfast At Tiffany's (Tiffany)
Pups from first litter include:
Everyone who will live with the puppy, needs to attend the interview.
I do not discuss prices via internet.
Shown below are the puppies on 1/28/02. There are 3 females and 5 males.
Female puppy shown above is Izzy - Bavaria's Isn't She Adorable
New Owners: Brenda & Jeff Casto
Female puppy shown above is Sophie - Bavaria's Kiss Me Like This
New Owners: Tracy & John Dugos
Female puppy shown above is Libby - Bavaria's Kiss Me Like That
New Owners: Diana & Thomas Corsiglia
Male puppy shown above is Bear with Jolene - Bavaria's Simply Heavenly
Owners: Vera Albers & Ruth Miller
Male puppy shown above is Traveler - Bavaria's Simply Awesome
Owners: Vera Albers & Judy Brissey
Male puppy shown above is Guinness - Bavaria's Simply Classic
New Owners: Laura & Brian Creekmur
Brindle Male puppy shown above is Bogart - White Male puppy is Hogan
New Owners: Marsha & Jim Schelsky - special people with hearts big enough to include both boys!
Although Hogan is deaf, he will have Bogart and a Newfy as his companion dogs to help him.
To explain what I mean by Show Hopeful:
Right now they look really good for their age, but they are way too little
and young to tell for sure (D.O.B. 12-06-01). I watch them closely
between now and 8 weeks of age. Any part of them may grow apart from
what the breed standard calls for in the anatomically correct boxer.
If that happens, they become a pet puppy. As it costs approximately
$5-10,000 per year to show and campaign a show dog, I am extremely critical.
To keep costs down, I show my own dogs with no handling fees.
In a litter this size I may only end up with 1 or maybe 2 that are
show quality. I think (and I am not sure) there are only one or two
litters in the history of boxerdom that had 5 total dogs finish their championship that were born in one litter. Of course, everyone would like to have that fantastic litter that makes history.
If you are interested in a pup as a show pup, please contact me soon to
be added to the waiting list for that puppy, should he/she hold to conformation
Interviews will be set up when they are about 4-5 weeks of age as I cannot
determine the alpha/omega characteristics any earlier. Then I try
to match families with each pup to be sure that each placement will be
for the dog's lifetime.
My schedule is as follows: I work Monday-Friday
and get home around 5:15. I train my dogs on Wednesday evening and teach a conformation class on Thursday evening. Most of my weekends are committed to shows. I try to check email daily even when I am away at a dog show.
I will try to update these photos weekly. Please check this site
for updates and status changes. Thanks for being interested in our
very special and much loved babies!
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