When my mother passed away in December of 1996, the following year they had a speciality chihuahua show on her behalf. I flew out from Alberta to present the ribbon.
Above Photo: This is one of my mother's top show bitches who has a prescence in my herd still. Lollapaloosa had a disposition deluxe to go along with her beautiful body.
Above Photo: Prairie Bandit is very strong in my lines. He was a champion show dog with a very sweet personality.
Above Photo: Jim Joy's Stolen Love. "Charlie" is the son of Lollapaloosa and has continued down my lines. This happy little guy was full of himself and very active. He was a champion show dog and a great pet in his later years.
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Honey was my Mother's top long coat show bitch. I still have a bit of Honey Bea in my lines but not very much as the pups were too tiny for reproducing.
Above Photo: Orio is an inspiration of loveliness, and passing on so many important traits I still strive to maintain in my puppies. His temperment is so outstanding and his body type is so ideal for the type of puppies I want my puppy clients to enjoy. Orion son "Teddy" is a major injection in so many of my females and male stud dogs. Diamond Orion , Teddy was a joy to have when my mother passed away and left me with all her show dogs and breeding females. Teddy was the nicest dog I ever owned and a pride and priveledge to have him make me such amazing puppies with sometimes, having his very thick coat coming through on puppies that are 7 generations removed. He still lets me know he is "here"......
Above Photo: My sweet Teddy, Diamond Orion on the farm after leaving Ontario in 1997.
Above Photo: Not everyday is "Show Day" but just a day to be a puppy, get some loving and a snooze in ....