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I didn’t end up going anywhere today. Just stayed here and had a fun afternoon with the Llews. I took hundreds of photos, most of which ended up not fit to use because the lens kept freezing up, but here are a few that aren’t too bad.
If all works out, Rue will be bred to Steele this spring.
If the timing works out, I believe Mia will be bred to Brier this spring.
It seems Addison is coming into heat. I have to look at the schedule and if all is clear, she will be bred to Doc (out of Santana by Steele). Doc is a lovely Orange Belton Dog. I like his intelligence, gentleness, and desire to please. He has very nice conformation, fluid and effortless gait, is very stylish, and has an expression and presence I love. He matches very well with Addison in most every aspect including their desire to retrieve, very close in size, both are very gentle spirited, intelligent, great noses, and the classiness I love.