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the girls

diamond




Hazel aka Swirl




harriet










Seven






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the Boys

Junior








Simon






Patch




Merlin who has managed to loose his sternum is the past 4 weeks





Simon and Junior are at Sue Frischsman's puppy boot camp at Topsfield in VT While Seven and Harriet remain here. These four are staying around for a while to mature further before deciding on breeder's and stud dog's owners pick(s). DIAMOND and Hazel are likely going to performance (agility homes) the others are awaiting a couple decision for the rest to fall in place to determine where they are going.
 

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For me it would be, at this stage !! Simon and Harriet (for me her head is maybe a touch 'masculine'?). But I have a preference for Tricolours so not to ignore the Bicolours!! What age?

I like that the bone in the back legs is as good as in the front legs - something we don't always see here in the UK!! Nice length of neck.

Later - my friend goes for 'Spot' but she's more receptive re bicolours than I am. I certainly like her drape of ear and she does have a more female looking head! But this is all 'now' and without seeing them MOVE!! Even with puppies, in the stack they can look so different to they do when they get moving.
 

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Just over 13 weeks.
 

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Have to admit to preferring boys, but Harriet is gorgeous.
 

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hi there!! this litter is absolutely amazing!! was wondering if the spot female would be available? she is exactly what I am looking for!
 

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leggy an no body, what a lot of people like in an agility dog, Not suited for the conformation ring though.
 
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