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Carmen, I love seeing pictures of the pups from the breedings you do. Absolutely adorable little fluff balls! Best wishes for this litter and Saphire, have fun!!!


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It was a pleasure to meet Saphire and her lovely teen children . To begin with I showed them York -- who is Stan Carmspack Sumo & Vinny and Fancy Carmspack Fancy .

York is the same combination as if you were to combine Sue Coutts' Blast and Elle - KIRA on her Birch-Bark Hill: 12/30/12 - 1/6/13

I showed my guests York's genetic obedience . They can speak to what they saw .
Guests that visited on Saturday had a meeting with York also. In that visit -- "uncle" Como had cleared his almost 6 foot pen in a lateral jump because he has spring loaded legs ! big boy , light as a feather -- came charging around the corner and met with company and young York. Como was outstanding in his social meeting with York and York who is knee high to him did not startle, tuck tail, yipe or alarm . For a brief moment they "met" ran a bit - and then I contained things , quietly in a conversational tone asked York to go in to his kennel , which he did immediately on his own without my having to gather him up (catch) . Then Como ran the circle around the pen and York ran around the inside of the pen. The moment I turned and walked away Como connected with me and I put him in his crate. At no time was pressure or threat perceived by York . Then he came out and we did some more.

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Here are some pics of York.....what a beautiful pup that for me is years ahead of his actual age.



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Love the photos! Thank you!
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Congrats Saphire!
We are adopting one of Gus' brothers too (we were visiting on Saturday)!
They are incredible puppies and we can't wait to bring him home!

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Great pic! and a huge congrats on your puppy to be!

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Congrats.....beautiful pup!!!

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what you are seeing with York is allelomimetic behaviour. When a dog is "connected" to you in purpose they will select to help , participate in what you are doing. So the first picture , in my 4 layers of clothes, I am pretending that I have lost something and am looking for it in the snow. York came beside me and started copying the behaviour , looking for something.
then the next is a free heel , the last - we have fun in the snow

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what you are seeing with York is allelomimetic behaviour. When a dog is "connected" to you in purpose they will select to help , participate in what you are doing. So the first picture , in my 4 layers of clothes, I am pretending that I have lost something and am looking for it in the snow. York came beside me and started copying the behaviour , looking for something.
Wow! Cool!!! Never heard of such a thing.

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Carmen I sincerely hope you continue breeding, I would definitely like a dog from you when I have more space. Nice pups! Do you still breed for the rcmp?
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