” A dog has no use for fancy cars, big homes, or designer clothes.
A water log stick will do just fine.
A dog doesn’t care if your rich or poor, clever or dull, smart or dumb.
Give him your heart and he’ll give you his.”
A lot of our past puppy know that Tucker had a sudden stroke 3 weeks ago. He was doing better, he was not mentally all there yet, but he was getting better. This past Wednesday Tucker was not doing well. He was not walking, he physically could not eat or drink on his own, he had rapid eye movement and his head bobbed from side to side. He went downhill very fast. Yesterday with our vets help we made the decision to let Tucker go. It was not easy in any way. I spent the last 5 days picking him up to go outside, syringe feeding him food and water. Our vet said he may have had a brain lesion or tumor that caused a regression.. There wasn’t anything we could do about it. To say we felt helpless is an understatement. Right now it doesn’t even feel real that Tucker isn’t here with us, I poured a bowl of food for him this morning, forgetting that he isn’t here. We lost Tucker on Brody’s 10th birthday. Our hearts are broken, but Tucker is in Heaven now, happy and healthy again. Anyone who has ever gotten a puppy from us knows this is a family business. These guys aren’t just breeding dogs, they are part of our family. First and foremost, this WAS NOT genetic. This is not something that could or would be passed onto any of Tuckers babies. Tucker was heart cleared by a cardiologist. We have Tucker daughter’s here, Holly, Beas, and Emmy. Alice right now is pregnant with Tuckers babies, little pieces of Tucker. We are upfront and honest with anyone who gets a puppy from us. Tucker was the best boy, he was smart, and sweet and we miss him. Usually when I do website updates, like this one, he is in the chair sitting behind, or next to me, and it hurts that he isn’t here, but hes not hurting anymore. We needed everyone to know that this was not genetic, that his babies are fine, and not in danger of anything happening to them. At the bottom of this I will be putting our vet’s number if anyone wants to double check that what we are saying is true. Its important to us that people trust us. Alice has a litter due around the 9th of November, we will be keeping 2 girls from her. We were already planning on doing that because this will be Alice’s last litter. We just thought it was important to post this as with Alice’s puppies coming, people will not be meeting their amazing daddy, like everyone usually does. If you have any concerns, please email me, or call me.