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Ever time I view your photos I get a chill. just knowing that you owned a half sister of my Katie.
since I lost JJ its like awful, such a void in each day. I always had more than one airedale. so this is the first time in many years of no
airedale. I am hoping to drive up and visit you. I would love another, but since I am older I have thought a puppy is a handful. Since I always had other dogs when I had pupies they kept themselves busy. I always traveled with afew of my guys, I always seem safe with them in the car.
I am wandering what your price is for a puppy, or older dog. I love the terrier personality, and have been sort of looking for a smaller terrier that measures up to the airedale. No such creature is available. I am going to travel to some of the dog shows in Illinios,since I have family there.
It sounds like you only show occasionally, could you drop a note when you plan on going to dog show. I did go to Ohio, but there were only 2 airedales present.
HAVE A GOOD WEEK. PAM
After 13 plus wonderful years, our beloved Dr Dogg departed us for the Canine Hereafter two years ago. He was cunning, clownish and a great student of life. Most of all he loved his family and we loved him. He looked just like McGuyver: beautiful conformation, same build, same refined face, same eyes, same fur, same coloring.
Doc was an Imprimis puppy delivered to a woman in northern IN--she owned an Airedale named Sonny, as I recall. We drove there one Sunday afternoon to pick up Doc . He made the multi-hour trip back to Louisville without an accident, riding like a champ on my wife's lap.
Doc was our third Airedale. We loved them all. People who have never owned an Airedale simply don't understand how special they are. They fret when family members are absent from the home, they wait at the bedside when family members are ill, they tag after children like playmates, and they know how to entertain and mix it up socially. The only real downside to an Airedale is that when they die the pain is tremendous, akin to losing a very close human friend.
LOVE the website . . . haven't been on your site in a while because it is so much easier to just drop in and see you. Glad I "clicked" today!
Love the updated website !! So happy you're still breeding the best Airedales ANYWHERE.
We look forward to our next Imprimus puppy .
Love, Theresa and Wayne (and Sweetie and Little One)
Just wanted to comment on your lovely website and your dogs' pictures and all the information you give. thank you for sharing!