JJ Litter Photos
Quasi bred to Soleil (who is from the GG litter), whelped 12/20/15
Mr. Blue (Riker) went to southern Colorado for Search & Rescue; Mr. Green (Connor) stayed here in Sheridan to train for Search & Rescue; Mr. Sparkle (Ruger) went to Utah for Search & Rescue; Mr. Red (Charis) went to northern Colorado for obedience, herding, tracking and agility competition and to be a therapy dog. Miss Pink (Jamboree) stayed in Sheridan, is a service dog and is competing in agility and nosework. See Jamboree’s page for info on how she was owner-trained as a service dog. I kept Miss Purple (Celhaus Jubilee Year of Mercy) for breeding, nose work and agility competition and therapy dog work. See Mercy’s page.
See JJ litter pedigree
See JJ litter background information
See JJ litter Search & Rescue Test Results and Police/Narcotics Temperament Test Results
See How I Raise My Puppies: JJ Litter First Time Alone with Toys and Stranger
Charis (NN Celhaus Johann RAE TC ATD) at 4 years 10 months
“Charis & I spent a lovely early November morning at Resurrection Christian elementary school having several classes of children read to him. We were outside & socially distanced except for one class photo (can you find the dog?) Charis was as good as gold, patiently going from child to child & lying next to each as they read to him. The teachers marveled at how calm & well behaved he was & I was very proud of him.”
Riker (Celhaus Jeghbe’ tlh Inganpu) at 4 years 7 months
Name Story: It means “Never Quit”, from Startrek)
Riker is doing very well in his Search & Rescue training.
“Riker and I are now members of Jackson Hole Search Dogs (same group as Janet who tests my puppies). We joined after field certifying this fall.”
Riker at 4 years 8 months
“Riker and I completed our Big Area test yesterday, the final step to field certification for Wilderness Area.”
Jamboree (Celhaus Jamboree to Celebrate Life) at 4 years 11 months
Jamboree and Laurie are working at the Visitation and Advocacy Center in Gillette, WY. This is their reception when they were able to return after a shutdown due to covid.