On September 13th, two days early, our latest litter came into this world. We have 11 healthy surviving puppies from a litter of 15. There are 6 girls, 5 boys and they’re all black/tan. Mom and babies are doing well! Enjoy puppy pictures by clicking here.
In one of our other businesses that we work, we recently qualified for a free black BMW of our choice. We, of course being the dog people that we are, chose the X5 because it will hold a dog crate! LOL … one of the requests is that you submit a photo to the company once you get the car. How could we take a photo without a Bloodhound in it?! Enjoy 🙂
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Well, not me of course! We’re expecting puppies! Please visit our Current Litters page for information. We’re accepting applications for this litter. If interested please contact us for further information.
We’re surviving the heat of summer! London & Later were out for playtime and gave me this look to let them back inside! 🙂
Yet again it’s been forever since I’ve posted. I seem to stay so busy and forget about posting a blog note! We actually have been showing a little bit. At the end of July, we showed in Greenville, SC. Friday’s show resulted in London’s first champion points earned with her going best of winners. Price went best of breed this day as well! Saturday/Sunday London went reserve winners bitch to a major and Higgins (CH. Sherick M&M’s Reflective Memories, CGC, MT, MTI, MTX) went select dog both days to gain two Grand Champion majors! This was the first time he had been in the show ring in about 3.5 years! As you can tell, by his titles, he’s been out working on his man-trailing. It’s very satisfying to have two brothers recognized in the ring AND for both of those boys to be titled man-trailers as well. 🙂
Fast forward to last week/end … I traveled up to Salem, VA with Price & London. Price took a clean sweep by going best of breed all five days!! Sat/Sun he also made the cut in the group. London went reserve winners bitch on Saturday to her sister, Whisper, which was a 5pt major. Sunday London won Winners Bitch for a 4pt major! THE best news of this entire weekend was Price’s breed win on Saturday finished his Grand Champion title …. and drum roll … gave him his 6th title making him eligible for induction to the American Bloodhound Club’s Working Dog Hall of Fame!!! I am so proud of him, I cannot accurately put it into words. What a very special boy he is. His registered name now reads: GCH. CH. Sherick M&M’s Priceless Memories, BN, RN, MT, MTI …. and what priceless memories he continues to give us!
Lastly, this past weekend in Salem proved yet again to be a wonderful time with old friends and meeting new friends! For those of you who know me, Fin gets to be with him Mom at most times which includes going on trips. I guess it ‘pays to be mini’ when Mom can find room for you in the corner of the minivan 🙂 Fin’s highlight off his weekend was meeting his new friend Lisa, the jumper Kharma AND running his heart out in one of our friend Jill’s many fenced areas. Enjoy these pictures taken by Price’s Mom, Chip Page!
Mayer is a 10 month old, black/tan male puppy available to the right home. For more information and pictures, please read more at this link (to our current litter page): http://mandmbloodhounds.com/?page_id=72
Congratulations to Chip & Price on their new MTI (man-trailer intermediate) title they obtained this past weekend at the Southeastern Bloodhound Club’s independent trailing trial in Concord, NC! Great job guys! – CH. Sherick M&M’s Priceless Memories, CGC, RN, BN, MT, MTI
Henry is Molly’s 4yr old nephew … who loves Fin. Fin wrote Henry an email today, read below:
Huge CONGRATULATIONS to Chip & Price on earning their last two legs this weekend, at the Charlotte Dog Training Club’s obedience trial, to obtain their Rally Novice (RN) and Beginner Novice (BN) obedience titles. We are SO proud of you both! Way to go!
CH. Sherick M&M’s Priceless Memories, CGC, RN, BN, MT – “Price”
Nope! It’s an AKC tracking class! Now that Fin has achieved his MTX (the highest man-trailing title available through the American Bloodhound Club) at our National Specialty back in November, I decided we’d try out tracking. So far it has been a lot of fun! Same fundamentals, of course, in regards to scent and scent theory but much different than trailing 🙂 These were taken by Michael in class yesterday.
and then Finny! 🙂