On this page you will see some of the Russians that are now happily living with there new owners.
Thank you so much for all the people that have taken the time to take photo’s of there babies and send them to me. It is always lovely to see how they have developed or settled into there new homes
Yuri Living happierly with Libby
Boromir & Faramir brothers flew to a nice lady in Canberra Vanessa
Max living with Jane. This is the brother of Zivon they look so much alike.
Olenka also flew to a lovely lady in Sydney that already had a 12 month old Male Russian. This photo was taken not long after Olenka arrived.
About a year ago I was contact by a lovely lady in south africa - Carol wood, who saw a picture of Casper on my site and fell in love with him. She asked me if I would be interested in selling him to her, but as Casper was one of my up and coming stud boys and the son of Maks of course he was not for sale. Instead I had a mating coming up which would be the first for Casper. Carol asked to keep on eye out for a nice male when they where born.
Tasha & Casper had 5 beautiful and healthy babies on the 27/6/09, 4 boys and 1 girl. I kept my eye on this litter for Carol, but right from the beginning there was one that always stood out, not just because he was always the biggest, as they grow he also grow alot bigger then the others and you could always see which one he was.
Carol agreed with me that this is the one she wants, so the slow process of Carol having to wait until he was old enough to make the long journey to South Africa. AT 7 months old it was time for him to make his long journey, so on the 23rd March 2010, dogtainers where at my place to take Mishenka, it was finally this was it. Even though I was sad to see him go, I was also happy that finally after a year Carol would finally get her boy, that she had been so patiently waiting for.
There was a few hiccups along the way, and a lot of nerves flying around between both Carol and myself, but finally on Wednesday at 8.30pm I got that text from Carol to say he had finally arrived in her arms. I was so relieved to hear this it was great. Carol rang a couple of hours later to say Mishenka was fine, he had taken it in his stride, was glad to get a cuddle but was fine.
Mishenka is a very cuddly and friendly boy that really does not let a lot worry him, so I was pretty confident that he would handle the long voyage to South Africa. Carol enjoy him with my blessings.