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. 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
Riker (Celhaus Jeghbe’ tlh Inganpu) at 6 years
Name Story: It means “Never Quit”, from Startrek)
“Blue bird powder day!”
Riker at 5 years 10 months
Riker at 5 years 9 months
Photo 1: “Crashed out after a very busy training seminar in Cody, WY”
Photo 2: “Alerting on source hidden high”
Photo 3: “Channeling his inner Rin Tin Tin”
Photo 4: “Just passed another test. We are now field-certified in wilderness, live find and recovery (land cadaver). Onwards and upwards!”
Riker at 5 years 8 months
“Taking a break on top of Towgatee Pass. We have been trying to log a lot of training miles in preparation for our next step in testing. A 120-acre Area test for our final wilderness field certification.”
Riker at 5 years 3 months
“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.”
Photo 6: “Christopher Howie Scheid taught Riker how to pan for gold today.”
Jamboree (Celhaus Jamboree to Celebrate Life) at 6 years
“Playing with Veda (Celhaus Vivacious) from the VV litter, who just came to be trained as a service dog”
Jamboree at 5 years 8 months
“Getting some extra love from Sophia, one of our case worker’s daughters, at work.“
We made trading cards to give the kids who participate with Jamboree in Reading Dog.
Teresa at Epiphany Printing in Sheridan did them. She had done trading cards for Berakah, GloryToo and Lovely, and is now (January 2022) working on a set for Spirit.
Jamboree at 5 years 5 months
“So proud of our girl. Jamboree qualified 3/3 searches this past weekend at the RMDS UKC Nosework Trial this past weekend in Sheridan Wyoming under Judge Tracy Patton. Jamboree earned her Superior Interior Element Title and Novice Containers Element Title to finally complete her Novice All Around Title.”
Jamboree at 5 years 3 months
“Jamboree and Scott at advocate training. Scott, Jamboree, Laurie and 2 others will be officially sworn in as Advocates and will be assigned cases for children needing a voice as they go through the process of the legal system. May 11th by the Honorable Judge Tomas Rumpke. Lots of homework to complete before then, but very excited to be moving forward. My cousin, Gail Symons, is a court advocate in Sheridan and also works with the Wyoming Legislature. She is currently looking for Legislators who will help introduce the Underdog program during their next legislative session.”
Jamboree at 5 years 2 months
Jamboree waiting patiently at monthly Rotary Club luncheon before our VAC Advocate and Fundraiser presentation last week at the Rib & Chop House. She was lying behind our table and nobody knew she was even in the room. So proud of our girl.
Jamboree 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.
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.”