Spring 2013 Bichon Frise
Puppies and Their People
This precious little lady will be living close to us.
Steve, Susan and their daughter Kim live just a few miles away in Bend Oregon. They do travel a lot
so Kasey, as she is now known, will
become a great rider in the car. Kasey has won our
2013 award for "Best on the
Potty Patch"! Keep it up girl, your Mom and Dad will appreciate it on those long road trips. We hope to see you soon!
Lorretta's grandchildren came and helped her pick out this
special girl. She had originally chosen another name for her baby, but when they saw Presley, the name just seemed
right....so Presley it is!
Her new home is in Corvallis Oregon. Presley's pedigree name is Luv'n Country's Good Luck Charm....named
after a Country song performed by Elvis Presley early in his career. Best of luck to our sweet girl
and her new Mommy!
known as Lucy, looks a little sleepy in this photo. But, don't let
that fool you, this cutie is full of energy! In fact, Lucy has
been given our 2013 "Emmy"lou award!...looks and acts most like her pretty mommy Emmylou, quite a little character!
She will be living along the beautiful Columbia River in The Dalles, Oregon with her new parents Tom and
"She did sleep most of the way home and was a little tentative the first
couple of days. Now she explores, runs in circles, loves to wrestle and chomp with her sharp little teeth. We
call her a terrorist. She makes us laugh every day. She hates to have her hair brushed.
I am really trying to put her in her crate, let her out to go
on the potty patch, give her a treat, then run around but only about 30 minutes or she starts piddling.
Actually, she is a master piddler. Lots of little quarter-sized wet
She sleeps very well at night. 9:30 or 10:00 to 5:00 or
Thank you for Lucy. We love her. She lights up our
"What a beautiful
group of girls we had in this spring litter. Thanks to their new owners for becoming part of our Luv'n
Country Bichon family. We so appreciate their commitment to our babies' health and
with loving families, that's what it's all about!"