Saying goodbye is always hard, but today we and I had to face an especially difficult one.
Our first baby girl, our sweetest Lexi, our intro to the dog show world. We will cherish many sweet moments from the past 4 years. They went by way too soon. Cancer stole her from us way too soon.
V(NBS) Alexa la Clarochel A+ AD BH Breed Survey. Mother of our I, J, and K litters. Very first puppy born at Clarochel. A legend never to be forgotten.
21 March 2017 - 22 July 2021
Fly free angel girl.
Cimberly la Clarochel
Not long after Alexa's passing, we were shocked and gutter to the core by the passing of this sweet little girl. Lee was born under harsh conditions, the only puppy to survive a way too early whelping, and, having been tube fed and hand reared by a wonderful team, eventually stabilized and started growing.
Lee was a feisty, solid, loving character, and her noisy bark will be sorely missed, by myself, and her handler alike. Lee made the excellent dog for beginner obedience trainers, and taught us a lot!
Kidney failure won the fight. Another girl gained her angel wings! Fly free girl.
May 2018 - July 2021
Castle vom Pfalzer
January 2020 started off with heartbreak. My soul dog, my heart's friend, the dog that taught me so much, my introduction to the dog world. My first own show dog, my first BH, the dog that I shared so many first memories with.
Castle vom Pfalzer Wald 16/06/2016 - 03/01/2020
Castle left an empty space in this little kennel. He's sorely missed. Castle only ever produced one litter, the G litter la Clarochel.
Run free special man!
Olina of Cadeau
Life is not always fair. And sometimes it's especially unfair...
The unexpected, sudden and hopeless death brought by Red-gut, s something breeders pray to never go through, and something we had to face very suddenly in 2020.
A lion, a legend, a dog very near to my hear, a dog that could never be missed, and will now forever be missed, was taken from me by this dreaded disease.
Fly free my Ollie girl, and bark at everyone on the way!