To all the new puppy parents

To the new puppy parents of this litter,

It has been a great pleasure getting to know all of you over the last several months and I am so proud to be able to call all of you my extended family.  Thank you for being very involved in the process and  watching the puppies grow up.  It has been a fabulous journey!  Once again, I would like to reassure you that I will be there for you and your new puppy in any way I can.  If you have questions, I may not always have the answer but I have a great support group of friends that have been breeding and raising Dalmatians a lot longer than I have, so I Will find you an answer. I wish you all the best with your new addition.  Love them, keep them safe at all times, have a great deal of patience and be consistent.  By doing these thing you will set your new puppies up for success.  The puppies are now depending on you!!!

Keep me posted and send lots of pictures!!! I will update the blog so everyone can see how well these babies are doing in their new homes.




and then there was none :(

The whelping pen is now empty and the light has been turned off and taken down. The pen will be cleaned and put away for a future litter.

All the puppies have gone to their new homes to start the next chapter of their lives. I trust that all new parents will continue to love and take care of them as I did.


Special Thanks

I would like to send out a special thanks to Barb Allison of Rim Rock Dalmatians.  Without Barb’s passion to the breed, ( for decades)  many folks like me would not be as educated and dedicated in the breeding efforts for a well tempered, healthy dalmatian. It is very easy to get caught up in the show world and lose sight of what really is important (and many do) but Barb has stayed the course for breeding dalmatians that are healthy and a pleasure to live with.

Barb is the owner of Maks who is the known sire of Hope and Channing. She is also the breeder of my Ryder the sire of at least 4 pups of this litter.  The other 3 puppys parentage will be determined by the AKC DNA testing as well as confirmation of those mention above.

Thank you my friend.  I learn from you every day!

Love you Barb.  YOU ROCK 🙂