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Best Laid Plans & Mother Nature

Spring Puppies move to Fall...

“The best laid plans of mice and men often go awryRobert Burns

Due to the Horrible storms in the Mid-West in Mid-December the plan did not come together.

We are fine,  and the dogs are great, but the shipping companies were a mess on the days critical to our plan.

Lessons Learned:

  • Ask for Help– talk to trusted friends and mentors 
  • Have a back up plan– Collect/Ship twice, yes,  even 2 days in a row
  • Take a deep breath– try again 

Our thoughts and prayers go out to those whose entire lives were decimated by the storms. God Bless you and keep you. 

Spring Puppies move to Fall...

“The best laid plans of mice and men often go awryRobert Burns

Due to the Horrible storms in the Mid-West in Mid-December the plan did not come together.

We are fine,  and the dogs are great, but the shipping companies were a mess on the days critical to our plan.

Lessons Learned:

  • Ask for Help– talk to trusted friends and mentors 
  • Have a back up plan– Collect/Ship twice, yes,  even 2 days in a row
  • Take a deep breath– try again 

Our thoughts and prayers go out to those whose entire lives were decimated by the storms. God Bless you and keep you. 

A Plan Comes Together

A Plan Comes Together

2022 Spring Puppies

After a gigantic Family Move form Alaska to Kansas by way of Canada(there is a story there),and additional Health Testing, which was hard to come by in Alaska, Dicca will be bred on her next cycle. 

The hunt is on for the right stud, and the plan is for everything to be in order for a December Breeding. 

So, That means pups should be ready in April 2022. 

I have a waiting list started, however, no deposits will be accepted until pups are on the ground, and we know what we have. 

 Applications can be made at gooddog.com 

 For Pedigree and Health Info go to Slammer X Dicca 2022

A Better Life

A Better Life.

Jessee the Chessie

Jessee the Chessie, aka Eska Creek’s Jezabelle PAL  -7/4/2007-5/20/2021

We gave her a better life.  We got Jessee from Chesapeake Bay Retriever Relief & Rescue in 2009. She was a hard case and she had been with her foster Mom, Christie, for nearly a year.  

My husband did not know anything about the policies and procedures for the rescue group.  But it was love at first site, so he flew to Nebraska, pleaded his case, and demonstrated that he would be able to work with her.  She turned on to him, and with the rescue organization’s blessing, he was allowed to bring her home. They drove from Lincoln to Denver, and the bond was cemented. She was bonded only to her person. Aloof beyond the norm even for a Chessie, no one else mattered but him.

Jesse had been mistreated by her previous owner. She was terrified that her food would be taken away. Frantic when her water bowl was not full.  It was a struggle (only leashed) to kennel her for nearly a year after we got her. Because of her start, we did not push her. It was not likely to go well if we did.

She swam, retrieved for fun, and played. She was a great watch dog. Her territory was always defended. She taught us so much about Chessies, resilience, and patience.

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