Zane came as a surprise!
I had a litter by his sire (Coal) and was looking to keep a black and
white boy from it, but I only got brindle boys.
Kim had this boy she had committed to a companion home, but as luck
would have it, that family backed out. She tested him for DM and
fluff and he came back clear for both (which my litter was as well).
She offered to bring him for me to look at in person, as she was coming
to Arizona to pick up Coal from Herding Camp.
Zane is argueably one of the easiest puppies I've ever raised.
He's easy going, has an off button, observant and wise all at the same
Much like his father, Zane is wise beyond his years and just has a
presence of an older puppy.
He fit right in with the pack (Cami claimed him as her own and he's
been attached to her tail ever since!) and didn't flinch a bit.
I very much look forward to what adventures Zane will take me on.
Zane was named for Zane Grey's 13th novel, Desert Gold