W Litter (sired by Mem’ry, whelped April 21, 2006)
BB Litter (sired by Chaos, whelped 11/28/08)
I kept Celhaus Berakah (call name Berakah, which is Hebrew for “blessing”), from the BB litter. See her pages too, in the “Our Family” section.
DD Litter (sired by Chaos, whelped 11/3/09)
Tao (Celhaus Delightful Tao) at 6 years 3 months
Denali (Celhaus Denali) at 6 years 11 months
Denali and I were walking on some state land today and there were close to eighty bred heifers on it. We look to see where they are and go the opposite direction. I intended to get a few snow pictures of Denali. She was looking for rabbits and I was admiring the scenery. The next thing I knew the cattle were coming at us, trotting at us with no intention on leaving. Anyway, they were giving me a scare and I didn’t want to get trampled. Denali held her ground and when one heifer wanted to get to close this was her reaction. Pretty brave I’d say.. I told her she was a good girl and that was enough and she came when I called her back.
Denali at 6 years 10 months
Kaycie (Celhaus Dara Deirbhile) at 6 years 10 months
Kaycie lives next to a busy park in Denver and has become quite territorial about “her” park.
Her owner and I think it’s best that we find her a different home. She had her annual wellness check in August and everything, including all bloodwork, is perfect. Contact me for more details that what her owner wrote below:
Kaycie is a healthy seven-year-old spayed female. She is exuberantly happy to meet people and has never been aggressive to people. She is mad about retrieving tennis balls. When she was a young dog I started some training in herding/tending and she showed great promise with her innate skill. She knows sit, down, stay, wait, come here (no option) and let’s go (informal come) leave it and drop it as commands. She walks on her leash without pulling.
I (have) worked with the (professional) trainer to further our exposure to dogs along the fence line in front, as well as across the street at the park. In addition, over these past 2 years, Kaycie spends one day every other week with the trainer where he uses her in training other dogs and she is allowed supervised play with a wide variety of other breeds and ages of dogs. She has had no incidence of aggression during this time.
Zoey (Celhaus Dabomb) at 6 years 10 months
Things have been well out here since we last spoke. Courtney, Colton, and Zoey have been staying busy and the family is about to relocate to Fort Worth, Texas, next month for my new job in the military. I’ve got to tell you, Zoey is a very well traveled dog between Wyoming, California, Maryland, Virginia, Tennessee, Texas, and the coast-to-coast moves.
Lakota (Celhaus Dreamcatcher) at 5 years7 months, showing off a new trick.
Annie (Celhaus Bonnie Ann) at 7 years 9 months
Annie at 7 years 9 months, with nephew Kairos (Celhaus Hoffnung), 1 year 7 months
Devon (Celhaus Wyoming’s Devon) at 9 years 11 months
Devon had to retire from Search & Rescue due to an injury and turned his talents to making a movie. He and one human were the only stars; the movie should be out next year.
Devon at 9 years 8 months
Gracie (Celhaus Bounding Grace) at 7 years 4 months
Annie (Celhaus Bonnie Ann) at 7 years, 2 months, doing rappelling training (Annie is a Search & Rescue dog)
Lakota (Celhaus Dreamcatcher) at 6 years
Zoey (Celhaus Dabomb) at 5 years 7 months
Annie (Celhaus Bonnie Ann) at 6 years 1 month, during Search & Rescue training with a helicopter
Love this photo of her kissing the Flight for Life instructor while he’s trying to explain things to Sabine!
Annie at 6 years 1 month, during Search & Rescue training