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Hilda Du Pays Ultramarine - Dog: Hilda Du Pays Ultramarine

Hilda Du Pays Ultramarine was imported from the Ukraine. "Hilda" didn't suit her; so, we changed her call name to Stefania (Steffie) after her grandmother. She has grown quickly. We are keeping her on the lanky side through her puppy days. She has a sweet personality and is very smart. I hope you can get a feel for her personality from some of the pictures in her gallery.

Stef in her puppy daysSteffie at 11 weeksStef at 12 weeks Stef at 12 weeks 12 weeksStef at about 5 monthsStef at about 5 monthsStef at about 4.5 monthsSteffie at about 4 monthsSteffie at about 4 monthsstef at 5 monthsStef at 6 monthsHead at 5 monthsHilda Du Pays UltramarineRemember how much smaller she was at 10 weeksStef 6 monthsStef 6 monthsSteffie 9month birthdayStef at 9 monthsSteffie at 6 months Stef  11 months old at Puget Sound, WAStef 11 monthsSteffie at 12.5 monthsSteffie RWB Wenatchee, WA3 weeks old3wks old   show sideStef WB 2 points  Missoula, MTStef  WB in lewiston

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The Life Expectancy of Your Dog

The Life Expectancy of Your Dog

When you decide to get a dog, you are doing so with the expectation that your new canine companion is going to be with you for many years to come. But how many years, exactly? This is something that all prospective pet owners would like to know. The average lifespan for a dog is about 12 years, but this fact by itself tells you very little. In reality, there are a number of variables that will help determine how long the newest member of your family is likely to be with you.

  • Traveling with Your Dog

    Dogs are a part of the family, and they go everywhere with us.  Whether it just a short trip for an errand, to the park, to a training class, or to a competitive event, you have to plan ahead to travel safely with your dog.

  • Getting a Second Dog – Pros and Cons

    Having a dog has been a fun and wonderful experience for everyone in your family. In fact, it has been so rewarding that you are now seriously thinking of getting a second dog. However, it is important that you really think this decision through, because having two dogs can be an entirely different experience from having one.



 


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