A special delivery!

A couple of months ago, Sybil (Eroica vom Rickental) took a short holiday in Cornwall, where she had a bit of a holiday romance with the handsome Leo (Torfheide D’Artagnan)! Today, Sybil gave birth to a beautiful little girl puppy and we’d like to congratulate the proud parents on her safe arrival. Pup is from Skyeannroos kennel and is yet to be named, but we think you’ll all agree that she is absolutely gorgeous!

The patter of tiny paws …

We’re please to let you know that the Club has had two matings recently. Sybil and Leo had a romantic encounter in Cornwall a few weeks ago, and Izzy and Bandet (pictured below) got together in the South East over the weekend. Everything seemed to go well for both couples, so we are keeping our fingers crossed for the patter of tiny paws in mid November and again in early December. Further pupdates to follow!

Puppies!

We are very pleased to announce that yesterday (27 April), Lia (Ophelia Vom Gspan) gave birth to five beautiful, healthy Entlebuchers. The three boys, Bach, Brahms and Bartok and two girls, Berlioz and Bliss are all doing well, as is Mum. Congratulations to the proud parents, Lia and Tsjerno and also to Lia’s humans, Vanessa and Steve.

Breeding Update

We have exciting news for our breeding programme this year, with the possibility of several litters coming up.

Lia (Ophelia vom Gspan) visited Belgium towards the end of February and successfully mated with Tsjerno. Izzy (Cara-Isabella vom Kornried), meanwhile, is just getting ready to head to the Netherlands to meet her intended, Tyga. She’s currently expecting to travel on Thursday, so we wish her and Tyga well.

If all goes to plan, that means we’re hoping to be announcing the arrival of two litters and lots of lovely puppies in April and May. So, if you’re thinking an Entlebucher might be the dog for you, now is a great time to join our puppy list. Let us know by contacting our Puppy Coordinator (puppies@entlebucher.co.uk) and, if you’re planning on visiting Crufts, please pop by our Discover Dogs stand and say ‘Hello!’