|Subject: Re: Kiki's Anniversary
Date: 12/2/2002 8:10:33 AM Eastern Standard Time
It has been a year today since we brought our wonderful cockapoo home! Kiki is the most amazing, beautiful, sweet, and beloved dog imaginable. She has brought such joy into our home. People and dogs alike just love her! You definitely breed the most fantastic dogs, and we are so fortunate to have purchased one from you. We could not imagine life without her.
She is now 14½ months old (d.o.b. 9/14/01, from Kandi Man and Emmylou's litter) and weighs approximately 13.5 lbs. She is mellow and playful at home, and very energetic and active outdoors. We take her to a Riverside Drive dog run nearly every day, and she has many, many 2 and 4 foot friends there. You should see her do "laps" around the run! Last spring, we took her to 10 dog training classes and she did very well, learning everything easily.
Thanks to the great start that Karin gave her when she took her home for 2 weeks before we did, Kiki sleeps soundly through the night, every night! Better than our kids ever did! We cannot thank you enough for this most wonderful addition to our family... we adore her!!
All the best,
Hindy & Reuben Taub,
Julian, Alex, and Melissa
Date: 12/6/2002 7:58:31 AM Eastern Standard Time
I LOVE MY PUPPY!!! I took her to the vet for her first shots, and i saw the vet's son who is also a vet, and he said she is unbelievable in temperament. She just stood on his table, staring at him, perfectly behaved. (...after i made the tech clean the table for me in front of me and i put my own towel on the table.)
i think she is the cutest puppy in the whole world.
I put her booties on her and let her play in the snow for a few minutes yesterday... she loved it. Her little black face had a white beard. I took pictures. I will send you them soon.
How are you feeling? Ever do any of the advice i gave you? I know you forget easily but i will remind you again...
okay now you can do what you want to do...
- call my dad's friend in florida, Jerry Sirota, he had Lymes so bad he was in a wheelchair, then he found these incredible doctors and they practically cured him, he is walking perfect, playing tennis etc...
- an iv injection of the antiobtics give you a fast rush of medicine and helps tremendously. It worked for a friend of mine.
I told my husband i want another puppy in the springtime so let me know if you will have any? I can drive to you or fly next time so don't stress it. talk when you have time.
p.s. tell jim i said hello!!!
|Subj: Re: cockapoo
Date: 12/11/2002 12:05:29 PM Eastern Standard Time
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Hi Carol --
I just have to tell you, what a beautiful, smart, intelligent dog you sold me. We named him Benji since his face looks so beautiful. I can't tell you enough what a great puppy he is....Just so smart...I am just so amazed that he is clean...he only had 2 "accidents" in the house, everything has been on my terrace. Of cause I am taking him out there alot since I know its important for his association. But he has not once dirtied his crate, and he wakes me when he needs to go....what a joy, and I've had him only 4 days now. My whole building wants a puppy...I tell them only to get it from you. I love this guy, but he is also trying to get his own way, but I will be the "Alpha dog" in this relationship!! LOL....
By all means use my testimonial....its all I said and then some. He is just so smart, and everyone is so amazed at his behavior...
He is so affectionate, and loves to kiss and play. Everything is new to him, and he expects and bounxes around like a little ball. And he sure knows i am his mommy cause when my girlfriend came over he did not go to her right away, but kept on looking at me to see if it is ok to do so and then he did. Ohhhh he is just so smart and cute.
I will tell all my friends to get a dog ONLY from you, cause for a dog to train himself is unheared of cause he hates the crate.
Right now, he is laying next to me on his bed just to be close...soooo cute. I just love him sooo much.
Thank you for raising such a wonderful puppy for me.
|Subject: Tigger - Born 2/06/00
Date: 01/11/2003 7:57:05 PM Eastern Daylight Time
What a sweatheart our Tigger still is. He was born to Maggie and Candy Man and is now approx. 26# - too heavy for our vet's choice - but healthy and active as a new born puppy.
We love checking your website to look at all the puppies and to see the other people that your kennel has made so happy. Tigger is loved by everyone that has contact with him - I've recently been told he's the "neighborhood dog". We rarely have to place him in a kennel (or "puppy palace" as we call it) because we have friends who volunteer to take "the baby" instead. He's as lovable, playful, and angelic as he's been from Day #1. Thank you again for taking the measures necessary to breed such wonderful dogs.
Hope you had a wonderful Holiday Season!
Subject: Tigger - Born 2/06/00
Date: 02/9/2003 6:49:53 PM Eastern Daylight Time
It was so nice to hear from you. You must have to spend so much time emailing all your happy customers. We had just talked about you today! Friends of ours got their golden retriever pup yesterday. This morning, they were tired from being up all night - the pup's not happy anywheres... the reason (I'm SURE you'll agree) is because it's only SIX WEEKS OLD! I told my daughter that that's actually cruel, and that Tigger's breeder would never allow that.
Yes, of course, use my words of praise because we sing them ALL THE TIME. Tigger had a wonderful b'day party with his friend, Tito, a Chihuaha. They both had vanilla ice cream with bones hidden in it. 'Course Tito brought a present of bones for Tigger. They had their own fun chasing each other around the house (as usual). All and all a big night - we ate the cupcakes.
Man, do I wish we could get another pup of Maggie's and Candy Man before they retire. I'm convinced it would take attention away from our baby though. One plus though is the 2 kids would stop fighting over Tig'. Sometimes he's just loved too much!
Enjoy your day/night, and thanks for writing back.
Chery, Don, Chelsea, Shaun, and Tigger.
|Subject: Chocolate cockapoo with white feet
Date: 2/11/2003 8:47:26 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Dear Carol - I have been meaning to drop you a note and let you know how "Bailey" (the chocolate Cockapoo with white feet - born 5/24/02) is doing. You may recall I had back surgery the week after we took him home. I took the rest of the summer off, and he was a wonderful companion, and I am sure speeded my recovery. He crate-trained easily, and did well in puppy class. He still loves to travel in the carry case you suggested and gets very excited when he sees it, and crawls right in. He loves the snow. He's very social, and has been to our out-patient cancer treatment center where he is a big hit with the patients and staff. He is a real joy.
I have referred several people to your web site.
Hope all is well with you.
Don and Myrna
ps: He now has only white toes on his hind feet, but still has a white beard.
|Subject: From Betty P.
Date: 03/08/2003 3:49:46 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Just writing to let you know that everything is going great with our puppy! We named him Bailey. He is just beautiful. We all love him very much.
I have been pretty careful to stick to the schedule that you gave us. It really works! Also, our vet is also the vet that takes care of many of the Cockapoo puppies living in Rockville Centre, and she said that you are a wonderful breeder, and that all of the puppies that she has examined from your farm are all great.
Thanks for everything!
Date: 5/11/2003 7:52:51 PM Eastern Standard Time
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Just a short note to let you know how well Bandit is doing. Well, he has "stolen are hearts", and definitely is the center of this family right now. He has really bonded to all of us, but especially loves the children who dote on him and play with him whenever they are home. He gets so excited when the children come home from school! He definitely has learned "fetch" and will play for hours. Mike had a slight reaction to him the first week, but it has subsided and we plan on bathing Bandit once a week, and have him sleep in our room and not Mike's (and Laura's) as was the original plan. Bandit is doing great with crate training, and we've had very few "accidents". He is now sleeping 10:00 to 6:00 (very important since I rarely stay up to 11:00).
The thing that is so special is his disposition. He is so playful yet very mellow, and so very loving. Everyone who comes to our house wants our puppy! Everyone (even "non-dog people") comment on how calm he is for a puppy, and what a great disposition he has. We think we have the cutest, funniest, smartest, most playful, loving puppy in town. We know your "hand" in his breeding and raising him had a great deal to do with this. We have given your name to several people that asked where we got such a terrific dog!
Just thought you'd like to know...
Maria Ippolito and family
|Subject: Just wanted to let you know
Date: 6/29/2003 1:02:56 PM Eastern Standard Time
I thought you might enjoy this story, while I anxiously await the arrival of our Cockapoo.
Yesterday, as I was coming out of the pet store ("NJ Pets"), I saw this gorgeous Cockapoo coming towards me. I told the owners I was getting a Cockapoo in July, and they asked me "Mulberry Farm"? I said yes. They told me to tell you that "Snickers" (and Snickers' parents) say "Hi". They were like proud parents, beaming, talking about how smart their dog is. I'm sure he is... and friendly and sweet and adorable! It's amazing how you can always spot a Mulberry Farm dog!
Have a great day!
|Subject: New Puppy
Date: 7/16/2003 3:43:46 PM Eastern Standard Time
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You were right, you have the BEST puppies! We have changed his name from Cory to Jake because it was too confusing and he deserved his own place. He stole our hearts the moment we put him in the car. He curled up on my shoulder and I was in Heaven. He is even almost housebroken already. He has never "gone" in the house. He likes grass, so whenever I take him out (every 2 hours) he "goes". The only hard time was at night. He cried the first and second night all night long except for an hour or two. He paid no attention to the "beating-heart puppy" [toy] but that's O.K. It makes a cute pillow on the bed in my guest room. We finally took Jake into bed with us at 6:00 AM and he went right to sleep above my head and didn't move till I got up. Oh happy days! He is now going to sleep with us every night. The crate is now for only when we go out for a short time.
I can't begin to thank you enough for breeding such good puppies. Two customers in my store already offered me a thousand for him. I'm giving them your number.
Hope you are feeling well. My best to Jim.
Date: 8/17/2003 7:58:00 AM Eastern Standard Time
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Hello Carol & Jim
Benji just turned 10 months old, and I wanted to give you an update on how he is doing. First, thanks again, Carol, on your fast response when I was worried about Benji's bloodshot eyes. You layed my fears to rest when you told me its just allergies and you were right on the money with the treatment.
I can't begin to tell you what a joy my Benji is. He loves everything and everyone! People keep on stopping me on the street because he is so beautiful (as you will see in the picture I am attaching.) As you well know, he was totally housebroken by the time he was 3 months old, and never had an "accident" after that. I am amazed. He tells me when he wants to go out, to sleep and anything else he wants! He is very verbal which I love, and when I talk, he listens... LOL. He loves to play ball, and training him is a breeze. After 2 or 3 times of repeating a "trick", he's got it, and does not forget it either after a few days. I am amazed at his intelligence. This little guy captured our hearts completely!
Carol, it was well worth the wait to get such a healthy, beautiful, smart, sweet pet as my Benji.
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