17 May 2018
If you’re interested in learning more about us, just send us an email or give us a call at 781.254.9941. Know that I don’t normally respond to text inquiries. I’m just too old school. ;>)
We live in Vermont full time, enjoying life in the historic village of Stowe with a snow-loving breed. It is 60 degrees Fahrenheit today and the sun is shining. Spring is underway, complete with its heavy rains and thunderstorms. April showers brought May flowers and my daylilies, trilliums and peonies are poking through the soil. We are setting up four new cedar raised beds today and looking forward to planting seeds for peas and lettuces. It is still mud season and that brings lots of sand, flotsam and jetsum right into the house; one of the downsides of a pack of fully coated TTs who enjoy romping outdoors and walks on the Rec Path. ;>) I continue to hunt for a property in Massachusetts and in the Springfield area along the Route 91 corridor for one last project, but am in no hurry.
We have turned off the heat in our house and today, we have visits from two forever families for our 2018 litters. Peter the gardener will be here today, too, to help with our spring yard clean up activities.
Ziva is currently our reigning queen and acting as though her breedings to Beckham last month were successful. We’ll know more on 21 May, when Dr. Rossi works his magic with his ultrasound machine on her belly. Questa, ne Tahoe, is still with us and maturing nicely. At fourteen weeks on 17 May? He is looking good. We have no available puppies until next year, but Maureen Dwyer’s Star was bred to Yogi in January and her puppies arrived on March 13th in the late morning. If you are interested in finding a puppy in the very near future, please reach out to Maureen and visit yonpotibetanterriers.com
We’re out of quarantine and enjoying visits from our soon to be 2018 forever families. A potential forever family for Ziva comes tomorrow for their second visit. At this time, I am planning to retire Ziva next year. Ziva will be four in July 2018 and I normally retire my girls at four or five years of age. And I require that prior to their leaving, each will have developed a warm and loving relationship with her new humans; a bond strong enough that the human gets recognized when they visit, over and above the usual licks and kisses. Oliver is enjoying his new life with Nikki and Murray in Princeton, New Jersey. He pranced out of here in November 2017 with his favorite toy, hopped into the car and slept with his head on Nikki’s lap all the way to his new home. Of course, I miss him! And I cried. But I know that he loves having his two humans full time and I know how much they are loving him. And THAT is a wonderful thing, as his departure made room for Questa, Questa. When one goes, they make room for a new puppy in the pack.
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Kensington Tibetan Terriers
P.O. Box 102
Stowe, VT 05672