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C-litter

father

Bugatti l'Etoile de Panache

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WT: 

V: 

M:

21.06.2002

Zhivago
du P´turage de Chevalier

Pichinca

de l'Etoile de Panache

HD:

CSNB:

Breeder:

Borderline case B

free

JJolanda Palms - Cloots

mother

Nabelle (Sunny) de la Colline des Brebis

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WT: 

V: 

M:

09.02.1998

Ughandi
des Entfants de Lutece

Idune
de la Colline des Brebis

HD:

CSNB:

Breeder:

Borderline case B

free

H. and U. Zelenka

Al'Hakim

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C-litter

Again great excitement in the house of the mountain vagabonds. Our C-litter was there. Mother and children were healthy and well. People drank, smacked and slept.


On Sunday morning, December 11th, 2005, at 2:12 a.m., the first came and at 4:30 a.m., 4 babies were already done. How much could there still be in there? The last baby arrived at 8:03 a.m. and the whole procedure was over. For all.

Arthur

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Coco Chanel

On Sunday, April 9th, visitors came from Munich, they were blown away by our Coco and took her with them after a hearty breakfast with a lively exchange of information and a walk with their paws. It's great when you can find nice Briard families straight away. Everything was fine. Coco is fine, she settled in quickly, is totally crazy about the children and is on Easter vacation in Vienna.

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Caya

When she was nine weeks old, Caya joined her new family. She now lives near Karlsruhe with really great people. The whole family is totally happy and proud of their little mouse. Caya did somersaults for joy when she saw Hansi again.

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Caruso

Caruso left us at the age of 12 weeks and developed splendidly in the new family. Everyone is proud of him and has a lot of fun with their new family member. Even the little daughter, who was a bit afraid of the dogs in the beginning, now loves him dearly.

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Caddy 

We are overjoyed that we have found a nice family for one of our (giant) babies again. Our formerly smallest has found a new home in Titisee-Neustadt. He has already chosen the sofa in the bedroom as his new place to sleep.

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Cheyenne

Our big bear now lives with a family with 2 girls in Lahr in the Black Forest. He has settled in great. The first night went wonderfully for our Cheyenne, he slept soundly, except for his new people, out of sheer excitement and joy.

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Crazy

Crazy went to a family in Switzerland who already had an 11 year old male Briar. He has settled in well, he only had to get used to neighbors' cats. And with Voodoo, the old male, everything worked out wonderfully.
Crazy is now called Loco, which is Spanish and means the same as Crazy (crazy).

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Casanova

After a long coffee chat and lively discussions, we found a nice family for Casanova. Two days earlier, Birgit had to put her old dog to sleep, and she immediately decided on this cute little bear that suits me. It was very difficult for us to give the little one with us straight away, but he immediately settled in and is kept busy the whole day.

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