Col.Gene, My family adopted a Miniature Dalmatian that was born in August 2000. Sofy, has been the best family dog we could have ever hoped for. She is loyal, protective, loving like no other dog I've seen, extremely intelligent, almost human like at times, and just downright amazing. I just want to say thank you. She is still healthy and going strong and I cannot imagine our family without her.....Ana
Gene, Wanted to let you know that we are enjoying our puppy so much. She is so full of life and is so funny to watch. We bought her several toys and she lives playing with them. The first night, she slept in her kennel and the second night she slept all night in her little bed we got for her. She is doing so well and is the most beautiful puppy and perfect puppy for us. Thank you so much for suggesting her to be ours. I truely will forever be thankful that I found you and your breed of this beautiful dog. Sincerely, Randall L. Sluder
Hello Gene, Hope all is well with you. Aspen is splendid.She is such a little personality.She is definitely breathing new life in our senior standard poodle, George. Every morning we pause for the "wild rumpus" as we call it. The two of them go absolutely beserk on the bed, and neither seem to have notice the size difference. I'm sending pictures we took Christmas morning. It is such a blessing to have her and we are so grateful for your prowess to breed such beautiful babies,,,Chat soon,,,Lanie
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Hi Gene------I'm so excited.....the sooner the delivery date, the better. The only thing left on my puppylist is pink ribbons for the cigars !!!!!!!!! I ordered the Life'Abundance canned and dry food for both dogs from your website by clicking the "Diet" tab and I'll add the kitty food when I get home-----Chat with you soon,,,,,,Cheryl
Hi! Just wanted to give you an update on Elvis. He is doing great! I love him so much!The vet says he is very happy and healthy. Every where we go, people stop and want to pet him. He is just a great little runner! Any way he was neutered last week and I'll send you the vet report of sterility, so you can send me his ABC Birth Certificate,,,,,,,,,,,Thanks, Susan
Hi Gene! I just wanted to let you know today is Merry's 2nd birthday! She is doing well! She is the best little thing that has ever happen to us. Merry is like one of our children, she is very, very spoiled!Merry has the best Personality, she and my cat are best friends, we laugh at them every night when they play together----We just want to thank you again for giving us the BEST DOG IN THE WORLD!!!!!We are hoping to come visit you and the little dals some day soon,,,,,,,,Lynn Craytor
Hi Col.Gene----Just checking in to let you know how well Spuds ABC # 39 is doing. Every day James and I talk about how cute he is and how much we love him. We have taken him camping with us and he really loves it. Cookie(our shetland sheep dog)has taken him under her wing and treats him like her own pup! Thank you, again,,,,,,,,Heather Ransom
Hi Gene----I'm finally sending you the paperwork for Dixie being spayed. I had to go back to the vet and get another copy since somehow it got lost over the holidays and the original was misplaced. We are loving Dixie so much. We constantly are checking your website to look and ou and ah over the newest puppies. Don't be surprised to hear from us in the future about getting a little sister for Dixie. Hope all is well with you. Thanks again for our lovely little dog,,,Kathy
Dodger ABC # 54---Got his first Q!!!!!!Running in agility for his Canadian Title---He got it in Starters Jumpers-8 seconds under allotted time! We've been working on building his speed and enthusiasm lately and he started like a bullet from the start line. I had to start running faster just to keep up with him----We have another jumpers run tomorrow, so I'll tape it just in case he Q's again. -----I am so happy! He is finally getting it and having fun. Lisa
Gene........We got your letter today which was extremely kind of you as well as your letter. I don't know what to say , but thank you and that you are truely a great person and we think the world of you. We enjoyed the visit and meeting you personallyand talking and discussing the history and dogs you have. It was well worth the trip to see the kennels and all the great looking Dalmatians. I admire the work you do and think you are doing an awesome work there in Sale City. We will definitely be in touch and watching the website ....Michelle has already been showing Lilly off around town and she is getting plenty of attention. Thanks again......God Bless......Smith Family
Visitors---we, really enjoyed the company and pleasure of Ms. Francine Fyne and her friend Adam, that visited Mascot Dalmatians on my birthday July 26,2009. This is their second visit in 18 months. She brought her beautiful little Freckles(13 lbs) to visit his birth-place to see all of his cousins and family of miniature and toy dalmatians. Freckles is well traveled.....has been to Central Park, Las Vegus, Hollywood(LA), Atlanta and all over America....we look forward to their return visit next year.
VISITORS---We were happy to receive as our guest..The Matt & Michelle Smith Family and we congradulate them on their adoption of Lilly,aka Bubbles.... for their 2 beautiful and charming daughters. We had a wonderful visit when they traveled over 32 hours to visit our kennel of miniature and toy dalmatians, here in Sale City, GA..... Thanks, again and we look foward to your return visit in the future.
HALLMARKS......A point of Interest........After years of research and developement of new and different breeds of different species...a Hallmark distinguishes that particular specimen. FOR EXAMPLE: Hereford cattle have white faces; Holstein cattle are white with black markings; Appaloosa Horses have mottle skin on their nose; Overo Paint Horses have blue eyes and white patches on their coat; Hampshire Hogs have a white list over their shoulders; Rex Rabbits are tricolors; Boer Goats have a Red head; Burros have a dark strip over their shoulders; Lynx cats have no tail; AND finally, after 22 years of research and developement, the Miniature Dalmatians have finally established their HALLMARK after 9 generations of selective breeding of AKC Standard Dalmatians.
We are not simply talking about spots. Characteristically, all Dalmatians will continue to have "spots" until the day they go to puppy heaven. The hallmark that has appeared for this breed is that all Miniature Dalmatians will eventually have at least one spot (usually on the inside of their front legs or on their face) that has a brown color of hair mixed into a black spot or just brown by itself. It's more prevelant in the Tri-color, Liver and Brindle spot patterns than the traditional Black and White spot pattern. HOWEVER, it will eventually appear. We have noticed this by keeping up with the families that have adopted one of our pups and in some cases it has taken over 10 years for this spot to appear. This hallmark clearly states that the Miniature Dalmatians have established themselves as a "PURE" Bloodline backed by over 22 years and more than 9 generations of documentation by The American Breeder's Club (ABC), our Parent Breed Registry Stud Book, which has been recorded starting back on August 1, 1987. This breed gets better and better every generation. Some of their best qualities are their loving temperament, their quick learning ability, their small and unique size, their beautiful spot patterns (no two alike), which makes them very special, indeed. Col. Gene Connell, MDB
When you receive your puppy and get him home, consider the following tips:
Never let them play with any toy smaller than a tennis ball; keep fresh clean water available 24/7; feed twice a day at the same time and in the same area; feed all your puppies and grown dogs (regardless of their breed and especially all Dalmatians)a low Protein and low Purine diet. NEVER, NEVER feed them or any other dog you may have any "CORN"; keep them out of reach of household cleaners and chemicals; use an adjustable harness for lead training; keep shots up to date; let them chew on a T-Bone, no pig ears, rawhide or "Greenies"; Spay and neuter your pet (this is a mandatory requirement-NO EXCEPTIONS); have play time with your pet; keep toe nails trimmed; keep their ears clean; keep them warm and clean; show a little love---it goes a long, long way and ALWAYS, email or call me if you have any questions about this very rare and special breed for very special people, our extended family members------Col. Gene Connell, MDB
Visitors--We really enjoyed the company and pleasure of Bruce and Kristina Robinson's visit to our kennel from Colorado. Kristina has been watching our website for over 7 years and has seen numerous changes. This was their 2 nd visit to our kennel and we hope to see them, again. Congratulations on their adoption of Cindi.
Visitors-We, really enjoyed Lisa Martin and her friend Carol, our Canadian extended family members, visit this last weekend. . Lisa and Holly, an AKC Standard Dalmatian, hold numerous Canadian Agility Titles. Lisa is an Expert Trainer of hand signals to deaf dogs. I was very impressed with Lisa's ability to show and handle puppies and mature dogs. I have finally met a "true dog whisperer". She knows her stuff and we hope to see a lot more of Lisa in the winner's circle. Thanks a million, LISA and keep up the good work.
Diet--After over 2 decades of raising, breeding and loving the Standard and Miniature Dalmatians, here are my recommendations. What you feed your Dalmatian will determine his health and quality and length of life. After many recalls of contaminated food from nationally-known Pet Food Companies that led to death, pain, sorrow and grief---this is my view: Beware of the terms listed on every bag of pet food: For instance (1)"Meat or Chicken By-Products" means the poorer quality parts are used, such as entrails, feet, toe nails, heads and floor sweepings. Why do they use these parts? For no other reason than it increases their profits.
(2) CORN--here again, another cheap filler. Also, Corn is very dangerous and destructive when contaminated with mold or aflatoxins. We cannot take a chance and feed corn to our pets. Once contaminated, your pet will become very sick and will most likely die; the grief and sorrow is unbearable. Dalmatians especially need a special diet and they thrive when fed low rates of protein (not more than 23 %). It gives them the protection they need for good health and the probability of living a long, happy and productive life.
FROM MY EXPERIENCE, I RECOMMEND THE FOLLOWING DIET:
(1) NO CORN
(2) NO Corn Gluten
(3) ALL NATURAL INGREDIENTS
(4) NO HARMFUL PRESERVATIVES
(5) NO BY-PRODUCTS
(6) PROVIDE CLEAN FRESH WATER AT ALL TIMES.
(7) LOW PURINES.
Mascot Dalmatians Guarantee--For over 22 years..We have been developing our exclusive bloodline of the only and true Miniature Dalmatians in existance. We are licensed and inspected by the Georgia Department of Agriculture since day one back in August 1,1987. All of our baby pups are inspected by our Vet and we guarantee you a healthy pup upon delivery. The future care and maintenance is the responsibility of the new adoptive parents. We cannot guarantee the FUTURE health of any animal or pet, because we do not have control of the pet's environment, daily care, diet and exercise. Today, pet insurance is becoming a common practice.
Thank you....Col. Gene Connell, MDB
Thanks...........For all the e-mails and pictures from our extended family members who adopted one of our special little miniature and dalmatians.
Dilemma----"When 2 or more people want to adopt the same puppy." When the initial puppy search begins and someone becomes interested in a certain puppy, it is very difficult for some people to make a committment. This could lead to disappoinments and frustration. We never know if the next phone call or email we receive will be asking to adopt the same puppy in which you may be interested. Our policy is "First come; first served". We do not accept any deposits to place puppies on hold. All pups remain listed for adoption until funds are received. We are not aggressive in asking for funds; we leave it up to our client to make their own decisions regarding adoptions and arrangements for payment.
UPDATE NewsLetter--Mascot Dalmatians After more than 25 years in the research and developement of the Miniature Dalmatians. We now have the status of being an International kennel, having pups in Australia, Canada, Columbia, Mexico, British Columbia and Uraguay,England and Italy. The positive response from our extended family members has made this one of the most beloved breeds, EVER! The standard dalmatians that we raised and adopted over 15 years ago are passing away and we are having people call us for another member of our bloodline in the smaller package. People have only praise, love and devotion for this extremely rare and unique bloodline. The American Breeder's Club (ABC) is an eyewitness to all of our matings and we only register our "Bloodline" and nobody else's. Visitors are always welcome; just call for a time and day and we will gladly receive you as our guest and show you the kennels, our operation, and all of the current available pups that are ready for adoption. Thanks, again and "Stay Tuned" Col. Gene Connell, MDB
Hi Gene------Just a quick email to let you know we reached Colorado Springs today and little #32(Cindi) did so good on the trip.She travels very well. #32 goes by the name of "Harper". She is recognizing her name, already. I can not tell you how much Harper ABC # 32 has filled our lives with joy. Please, don't ever stop breeding these precious little baby dals.. After visiting your kennel two times in the last 3 years and being able to sit down and talk with you, I know how much you care about all of your dogs. I have been keeping up with your site for 7 + years and always knew I would one day welcome one of your pups into my home. I am very blessed to have finally done so. I will email you pictures of Harper as she grows. I hope in a few years we can visit your kennel again with Harper and Orion so you can see how good they are doing. Thanks, Kristina Robinson
Hi Gene--------We just wanted to send some pictures of our sweet pup. You know her as Wendy ABC # 90, we have changed her name to Poka "Dottie". She is just about 8 months old now weighting in at 6.8 lbs. She is such a wonderful girl. We love her so much. She is fully trained to: sit, stay, lay down and is kennel trained for when we sleep or have to leave. She is such a smart dog and learned so quickly. Always had to be right with us, just to snuggle or play or just to watch tv. Loves to go in the car. We have been camping once and she loves the great outdoors. In a few weeks we will leave for a 10 day RV trip to see family and yes of course we are taking our Dottie Dog. She has her owm life vest for our boat, rain coat for rainy days, and a nice sweater for the chilly days. When the sun is shining through the windows she loves to sit and feel the heat. Thank you so much for producing such a great, happy, smart pup. We love her with all of our hearts!--The Russell Family.
Col. Gene, I just wanted to say thank you for my dream dog! She is the best. She is so smart and spunky, and she loves everyone! It was such a great experience buying a dog from you that I will definitely do it again in the future! You made me a believer in your mini and toy dals.----Vanessa
Hello, Col. Gene, well first let me say that you were right as usaul, Grace(aka Bonnie)is one sturdy girl and a big clown, she has brought a lot of laughter into this home. And Beautiful she is, picture perfect as you say. Adam has his paws full with her, she already at this early age can put him in his place. And it sounds like we got her in the nick of time with the heat wave going on. Do hope you and yours stay cool in that heat, like I said, I'm from KY, I do know that heat! Thats why I love Eureka, CA, a nice cool place to live. Again, Col. thank you so much for three very special pups and trust me, I am staying tuned.......your folks in Eureka
Dear Col. Gene------thank you for letting me have such a precious puppy.Freckles is absolutely adorable and the most loving dog there could possibly be. Freckles has been with me for almost 2 weeks and I cannot imagine life without him. He is so well behaved and so loving. Everybody comments on how special he is. I will only recommend you to anybody wishing to have an amazingdog in their life. I am looking forward to watching Freckles grow up. I will continue to keep in touch and update you on Freckles. For anybody wishing to have a wonderful animal in their life, they have come to the right place!!!!!Frankie
Hello Col. Gene--------Sorry, it took so long to get back to you."Calvin"(aka Jeffery)is doing fine. It took all of 10 minutes for him to warm up to me once I picked him up from the air port. The other dogs love him, still trying to figure out how to play with him without tumbling him over. He backed up yesterday and scared the heck out of himself.......quite the big boy bark I might add!!! Words can not explain how much we love this little guy. Not long after getting him Charlie sez we probably should have got his brother, too.(This makes the 3 rd pup they have adopted from me). Well......having lots of fun here......thanks sooooooooo much. Will send pictures of the family soon...Claudia
Dear Col. Connell-------I hope this email finds you well. I just wanted to let you know how much we love Rhett(we renamed him Jackson). He is such a wonderful, sweet, well mannered and fun dog. And so smart too! I cannot tell you how much he means to our family, and what a joy having him is. He is such a blessing. I hope to get another mini dalmatian to keep him company soon.
Good Morning, Hope all is well. I wanted to touch base with you to let you know how things are going with "Sweet Baby Jane" who now answers to Lola. She is such a wonderful pup with a sweet personality. She has adjusted well with everyone and even sounds like our baby Gracin. We had her fixed last month, and I wasn't sure if you needed verification or not, but we did and all of her blood work is outstanding. She is a very healthy pup(thank heaven). She does loved to be held and has gained 8 lbs. She is now the little fat rolly-polly pup that we were looking for. Thanks again for all your help and we will send some great pic's of her soon.--------Rhonda
Col. Gene........Just want to give you an update on the little monster, just kidding!He's really doing well! I can't believe how out going and inquisitive he is.........and so smart! He picks up on everthing really quickly. He's already learned signs for "good boy", "sit", "back",(used in the car), knows his place to eat(they all have a place to go to when I'm preparing their food)....................I can' beleive how much he likes to be outside too! When I'm home, they have access to the backyard through the "doggy screen" and he's always going outside to play or even just to sit......I'm so glad I went on my instincts and got him, he's such a sweetheart! We go to our first agility trial tomorrow----I'm sure everyone has heard about him, now they'll finally be able to meet him. I can tell by the way he's jumping on the bed, couch, etc and the speed he runs on the trails that he is going to be a great agility dog! And having trained Holly, I know what to start him on early(weave poles, going away from me,etc)............Lisa
Hi Gene, It is Deb up here in Portland , Maine. I got Hurley(Bennie) back in December-06. I just wanted to touch base and let you know he is "GREAT"!!! He is such a good dog. Very active in the day, but loves to snuggle-up at night. We went to the lake a a few weeks ago and he loved the water!!! He would swim out and get the ball or a stick we had thrown non-stop!!! I made everyone stop throwing them since I figured he HAD to have been exhausted. You would never know it though his actions though!! Always ready to play. He is SO fast-loves to run.................I am attaching some current photos for you!!!! Isn't he the cutest????Take care, Deb
Hello Gene, We adopted "Pebbles"from you about 3 1/2 years ago.She is a wonderful indoor dog. She is a dilute with spots on her ears and a big patch over one eye and has just a few spots on her shoulders. She loves to flap her ears in the wind at the front of the pontoon boat, loves to wrestling with Mau Tse Tung(our Siamese indoor cat), and they snuggle up with each other after a round. Pebbles sleeps at the end of our bed and goes through a nightly ritual of raring up like a horse to stomp down a perfect bed in her small down blanket and helps to arrange it with her mouth. She constanly tries to talk in a gurgling bark and has us convinced that she knows what she is talking about. She is patience with the children in their play such as putting her on their skate board and taking her for a ride in the doll stroller. She loves clothes and has a large wardrobe of dresses and tops and jackets. She get excited when you show her a dress. She is well known at the children's sports events and is super gentle with every child she confronts. She knows her toys names and has her favorites. I want you to know she is over-loved and a real member of our family............Kimberly
Now Gene, you know there could never be another "Miss Daisy"! Just wanted you to know my Daisy is doing fantastic. She chased 2 yellow labs off the property this morning and was the "Belle of The Ball" at a Doggie Parade, I took her and the standard to last Thursday. We were mobbed by people wanting to see and hold a mini dalmatian. A tail waggin' celebrity with a heart of gold..........Sounds like you are doing well, also.......last check(about a month ago). Daisy's kidney values were all normal, there was some protein in her urine, so we're keeping her on Benazapril and a harmone pill until her next check up. We're sure she got some of the bad dog food but she was able to bounce back incredibly. Keep on doing what you are doing..you've created little miracles and I would have 101 if I could......Cheryl.
Hi Col. Gene, This is Jackie. I want to give you the link to the website where you can find the pictures I took yesterday. http://www.flickr.com/photos/jacklyn-rhea/sets/72157604310811992/...... .Some of them came out really good...I would like to tell you how good Oscar has been so far. He's been a perfect angel. So much so that Angel has been added to the lists of possible names. He slept the whole way back to St. Pete. He only woke up when the car stopped to get gas or when it went dark outside he looked to make sure I was still there. A little touch was all he needed to be reassured and he fell back to sleep. He wasn't too happy with not coming with me outside the car when I filled up the tank. He barked and whined about it, but was all wags when I got back in the car. I took him out of the box when I filled up with gas. So he had more room to stretch out... I had no problems with him last night as he slept by my side. I also washed his right eye out with a wash cloth last night before we went to bed and it looks much better today. I think it's 1.5-2 times wider today than it was yesterday.......We went to petsmart today to buy his food. Everybody loved him and thought he was so adorable. He was a little shy, but there were a lot of new sights and smells. I think it just overwhelmed him a little. After a little while he got a little more use to it and I took him out of the carriage to walk along with me. He was fine after that. A lot of people talked about how they hadn't seen one. At home, today he has been learning how to use the stairs to get in and out of my house. He pretty clumsy, but he's getting it. He's already demonstating his quick skill at learning new things. So Einstein has been added to the list of possible names. Well, I'll keep you updated and send more pictures as I post them. Thank you and have a wonderful day, Jackie
Hello Col.Connell, It's been a while since we talked, so I wanted to send along a picture of our beautiful dog....we named him Rocky and he is the most fun and loving dog. I think I mentioned to you that he is my first dog ever and the experience has been great. I cannot start the day without showering him with hugs and kisses and he doesn't start his day without giving me the most warm hello. He is the talk in our family. For Easter we had some people at the house and everyone played with him at one point or another throughout the day....I brought him to puppy class the other day and for the first time, I saw him interact with lots of other puppies. The trainer asked us to remove our leash and all the puppies ran around the room and played together. Rocky was outrunning all the puppies....he really started running fast a few weeks ago after we brought him to the beach to do just that and since then he sprints everywhere. He is very energetic at times and also very calm and pensive at other times(sometimes he sits and watches our every move).....He is growing at a good rate...now at 12 lbs and is eating healthy and getting exercise.(I've even mangaged to lose 15 lbs with the added activity!).....We love having him with us.......Thank you for being there and for our wonderful Rocky............Regards, The Mariani Family
February 21, 2008 Dear Col. Connell We just wanted to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the opportunity to adopt Wally. We, also wanted to reassure you that he will be getting the best possible home that any dog or human can ask for. We will treat him as our own child and we will be sure to keep you posted on his progress. I have enclosed the $------cashiers check from Paramount Bank as you requested. Please, let us know the times and date for Wally's arrival. I, just want to remind you that he should be sent to Detroit Metropolitan Airport. (We were kind of hoping for Sunday) Thank you once again, The Efros Family
Comments: Hello Col. Gene Just had to give my support to you and this perfect breed. As you know, I not only adopted Adam from you, but we adopted Grace and Elijah, because we, simply fell in love with this breed. They are so smart and will simply take over your heart with joy and laughter. And Col., you pegged each of their personalities to a tee, showing me that you are involved with these pups like they are your own children. Thank you Col. Gene for this special breed. Tina & the Spotties California
We absolutely LOVE our Dalmatian Mini! We’ve told many people here in
California about you and hope you get many customers! We are completely
satisfied with our loving, fun and forever puppy! Thank you! The Meier Family
Hi Gene I
just wanted to let you know that Ziggy, my mini dal is one of the best
dogs I have ever met! He means the world to me. He has an amazing vital
spirit, energetic, but is not high strung or skittish like some
standard dals can be. He is fun and playful, (he has a great sense of
humor!) but the thing I love about him most is his intelligence! Wow!
You can see the way he thinks some times and it is really beautiful to
watch. He has been the BEST little dog. Not a sick day in his life…
extremely healthy and sturdy, responsive, and actually, perfect! Not to
mention, he is the perfect size for cuddling. I can’t even tell you how
much you have given me by sending me this amazing little dog. He is my
constant companion and everyone loves him because he is so unique,
spirited, and good tempered and has the best disposition. I really hope
you will post this comment; the right owners need to know what an
amazing breed this is. I will always be grateful to you,
Sincerely and with Love Julia and Ziggy California
received one of Mr. Connell’s Mini Dalmatians and she is beautiful,
spunky and full of character. She’s smart as can be too! If your
looking for an excellent companion and friend that’s not too big or too
small they’re just the right size. Thank you Mr. Connell!
I would like you to know that Charlie (#90) is doing fine here in
central Virginia. He weighs about 22 lbs. He was no problem to
housebreak at all and learns quickly. Unlike our first dal, he has
total run of the house and loves to lay on his back on top of our $4000
leather sofa. He loves to travel and is no problem on the road. He
doesn’t care much for dry food but I’m watching his weight for him. He
loves kids and they love him. I don’t know what we would do without him
Dear Gene, Sorry
I haven’t sent you any photos of the little beauty. She really has
matured into a beautiful dog. She is very, very smart!!! I have been
doing a little obedience training with her and she is very quick to
pick it up…that is if she wants to. She can run like the wind!!! She is
beautiful. We got the chip put in, so in case we lose her, we can
identify her. As soon as I find my little photos that I took of her,
I’ll send you a couple. She is playful, full of energy, to say the
least. I can’t believe that finally we have a SMART Dalmatian that
hears and has vision…all in one dog. What a relief. She was housebroken
in less than 2 weeks…as soon as I knew what to look for. I was the one
that needed the training. She has never made a “poo” mess in the house
or crate and only made 5 “wishes” since we picked her up. Isn’t that
Well, I just thought I would let you know how she is doing. We love her! She is beautiful!!!
sir..thank you very much for a great addition to our family. My wife
thought your Rolls Royce was a Bentley and we decided that was a great
name for the little guy. Bentley (#36) is a trip..he has a great
disposition and quick to learn. His new big brother Bloo (a 9lb. Red
Min Pin) helps a lot. The wife and I can’t express enough how great he
is. Hope you have a wonderful Holiday.
am happy to report that “Dixie” and I made the trip back to Colorado
without any problems what so ever. She may be small, but she is a
complete puppy handful. House training remains challenging, but it is
much similar during our 70+ degrees January heat has helped greatly (it
was only 7 degrees when we landed on January 4th). I was called by a
potential customer in St. Petersburg and gave a glowing recommendation
and endorsement of your facility. You were absolutely right; with the
patch she is a real head turner! Thanks for everything. The name Dixie
has a double meaning: her southern heritage and her size implied a
Hello, just a short note to let you know SeSe
is doing well. She is smart and very easy to train, so far she is
housebroken and knows the following commands: sit, stay, lay down, take
a nappynite(go to bed). She loves riding with me to pay bills or go to
the store. Her favorite store to go to is PetSmart, she likes going
there to get treats and t-shirts for her to wear. Her favorite shirt is
right now is light pink with the words “Camp Princess” on it, it’s her
nite shirt. She will be getting spayed the 1st in June, I’ll fax or
mail a copy of the paperwork. I had a computer problem recently and had
to purchase a new one in the process I lost everything on the other
hard drive. I was wondering if you still have the pics of her you
originally e-mailed me along with the early pics of her I e-mailed you
when I received her. If you do could you e-mail them to me? Thank you very much. Karen
just wanted to let you know how Orion is adjusting. He is doing great
with housebreaking. He’s only had one accident since he’s been here. He
did start eating well the last time I e-mailed you. He’s very loving
and playful and gets along well with our other dogs. He loves to play
with them. He hasn’t barked or anything yet. Everyone who has met him
has absolutely loved him. We will update you every so often and let you
know how he’s doing. We just wanted to let you know you can rest easy
that he’s doing okay. Thanks for everything The Dawsons
are you doing??? Hope all is well in Georgia. I got a mini dal from you
last august; we had him fly to Bangor, Maine. I just want to let you
know that my little Sergeant Pepper is doing great. He turned a year
old on May 12th, he is a great boy full of energy and enthusiasm. I had
him fixed last December and he weighs around 26 pounds right now, a
perfect size!!! He enjoys our walks in the woods and by the ocean; I
hope he will enjoy swimming this summer. I am sending you a picture, he
is so funny. When I photographed him, he just likes to pose for you!!!
He sure is a smart little guy and I do love having him around, he is a
Thanks again Andree
just wanted to thank you again for helping us adopt Brody yesterday. He
is WONDERFUL! He made the long trip home quietly in my arms, walked on
a leash without a hitch, and has thus far been perfect in terms of
housebreaking. Last night Brody slept curled up with us in bed, and he
played with the neighbor dogs this morning. In summary, he has been a
I do have one question, though, which borders on a
regret. I never asked you who his parents are. I was wondering if you
have them if could snap a couple of digital pictures and send them to
me. If you can’t that’s fine, but Paul and I thought it would be
interesting to see them to get some idea of how/why he has the size and
look he does. Thank you again for everything and keep in touch,
Gene, I hope I spelled that right! This is Christa, I’m Stephanie’s
daughter. We bought a miniature Dalmatian from you about 3 years ago
named Mini or (Minikin). Well, we’ve been wanting to e-mail and tell
you that we absolutely LOVE that dog! My mom can’t get enough of her.
She’s moms BIG baby let me tell you… Mom comes home and its like moms
follows her everywhere she goes and when Mini is sick, its like as if
Mini is a child! Mom stays home and babies her! Its sometimes adorable
but being the youngest child, its like I was replaced. * laughs * No
I’m joking… She’s very fun! We really REALLY enjoy her! She shares all
of our personality and is the envoy of all here in Fremont,
California.* laughs* Well I sent a picture along with this e-mail of
Mini and I. I’ll scan some more later and send them to you. She’s STILL
adorable as you can see.
Hope to hear from you soon!
EMAIL COL.GENE CONNELL 4994 Cherry Road SALE CITY, GEORGIA 31784 (229)336-0959 firstname.lastname@example.org