Achieving these heights
requires much dedication from me. In training alone, I spend up to hour a day
per dog, seven days a week. I have always stressed that training must be divided
into four sessions throughout the day for optimum results. My dogs are on a
highly regimented training schedule, although they are given much playful time
to be their regular ole doggie selves.
I also attend school 3
times a week while my 'pack' is in training in preparation for Show Time. School
consists of confirmation training, obedience training and agility. The amount of
devoted attention--from training, to grooming, to breeding, to loving--creates
the much-needed bond while sweating it out in the competition ring. It is
absolute teamwork, all the way. And this teamwork begins the moment my babies
are born into this world.
If I could leave you with
anything, it would be this:
"If you don't get good
quality with the first 2 breedings...
...then it's time to look
more closely at the lines and make a wise decision that will create a win-win
situation for both human and dog".
In closing, I would like to
give some much due appreciation to my family who have been an incredible source
of support through out all of my Keeshond Krazy endeavors. I would like to
take a moment to give
to all of them for their love, encouragement and patience during these
wonderfully enriching years in my life. Thank you for taking a peek into my
World, I hope you'll visit again sometime soon...
To Keeshond Lovers Everywhere,