May 25, 2014
Rosy got a hold of Fitz and declared to the rest of the family that Fitz will belong to her. (No questions asked…)
Charlie and Fitz. In a few days Fitz will be convinced that he is taller than Charlie. A little guy with great confidence and excellent disposition.
Marika and Paul Foreman with Bikfic. Bikfic will join his big brother, Csibesz from our A-litter.
Little Borsi takes life seriously….
Easily could be a “PlayDog” Centerfold “Miss May” drop dead gorgeous.
Last moments before departure; Stacy and Borsi got us close to a Chernobil size melt down. The house just felt so empty…
bye bye Stacy
The last guest is leaving…
It has been a busy two months for us. Fruska’s uneventful pregnancy has resulted in seven beautiful and healthy Pumi puppies and six (plus us) happy families. It has been a rewarding wonderful two months of hard work with a great result.
Some of the new owners have joined us for a “get to know each other” on Saturday. Richard Long and the Fishers cold not make it because of their previous holiday engagements and will visit us Monday and Tuesday. Actually we are glad that two of the pups can stay a few days longer so we do not have to quit cold cold turkey and suffering from Pumi puppy withdrawal syndrome.
We cooked we brewed, we fermented we hiked and played until the day ended. We were one happy family…
When Pennsylvania meets Transylvania… Richard Long visited the pups from Pennsylvania earlier this week . Can we be descendants of Penn and Tran, the Sylvania twins?
Richard with his future puppy, Astro both of them looking forward the new adventure.
We are thankful to all the people who have provided us feedback, advice, and support to make our B-litter such a great adventure. First and utmost to Csaba Zsiros, breeder of the litter’s sire Penge.
We are also happy to get to know Sandy Mainardi our “resident agility advisor” and the happy owner of CAVU, one of the lucky B-litter pups who has joined a loving home where he will be put on a lifetime agility challenge. (Sandy, I think Anka will be happy to see you and working with you again. By meeting you, our “toolbox” just has become bigger and more versatile…)
Great Hungarian food, a few miles of clogged arteries… doing our bests to keep angioplasty surgeons in business
Also a big thank you goes to Stacy Lehman, whom we clicked with immediately and felt comfortable to welcome her in our home for the weekend. She is one of the warmest loving gails who has never stopped entertaining, engaging us and comforting all of our weekend guests. Stacy took her time to fly to us from Texas, leaving her family behind during Memorial Day weekend to pick up her future pup, Catskill Bazsajgos Borsika. Stacy, our home (and the cabin…:-)) are always open for you and your family and of course your pooches.
Richard Long, thank you for your patience that you’ve waited for your puppy, Astro, for such a long time. It has been nice seeing you again and also meet your supporting daughter.
Marika and Paul Foreman, thank you for your true friendship and for choosing Catskill Bikfic of B-Litter as company for Catskill Csibesz of A-litter.
Cherie and Charlie Johnson we are delighted that you’ve found us and decided to take Catskill Fitz, and welcome him in your big loving family.
Sandy and CAVU visibility in the sky and on the ground appears to be good for the little guy for the future…
Cherie and Fitz are getting to know each other.
Martha and Bob Fisher, it is the utimate credit to have one of our pups so close to home in the Village of Delhi, here in New York State. We hope to see you around a lot.
Look at CAVU, he will certainly get your attention
Godspeed little pups…