|Subject: Boo Picture
Date: 5/21/00 11:56:23 PM Eastern Standard Time
From: "The Middletons"
We've been messing around with Snappy® that pulls still-shot photos out of video footage, and got this one attached. By the time it traverses the phone lines, it'll probably lose whatever detail it had; but just for the record, it started out a fairly decent picture. :-)
We're still working on a good one for your web page, and hope to get one to you fairly soon. We just wanted you to know Boo is "alive and well" and very much loved by the Middleton family. You promised us a "good dog", but you instead gave us a great one, and we will be forever grateful to you for it! He really is awesome!!
Thanks again, Carol, and as always, we hope all is well with you and yours.
Date: Thursday, May 18, 2000 8:34 AM Eastern Daylight Time
To: Carol <Angelwynd7@aol.com>
I haven't written in a while, so I thought I would catch you up on Annie. She is the love of our life. What a great little dog she is becoming!
We start our morning with one bark. That's my "signal" that it is "time to go outside." When we get back in, she runs straight into the bedroom. I put her up on the bed, and she runs up to Steve's head to say "Good morning!" to him. LOL
We walk dad to the car, and then we go for our exercise-walk. We usually walk 1 to 3 miles each morning.
The rest of the day is lots of playing and lots of naps. She loves her crate for rest time. I leave the door open and she goes in when it is time.
Her new favorite spot is on the window sills! She jumps onto the couch, and then onto the back of the couch and then climbs onto the window sills. She loves to watch the birds and squirrels and cars from her "perch". In the afternoon when it's time for Steve to come home I sit her up there to watch for him.
When he drives into the drive way the "turbo wiggle" starts! She waits for him to get out of the car and then leaps off the couch and runs to the front door. I let her out and she runs out the door, ears flying, and literally jumps into his arms. She loves her dad, and he thinks she is the cutest puppy ever.
Right now, with me on the computer, she is playing on my feet. She doesn't like to be "ignored" when she is "up and about".
Thanks again for your care in raising these puppies.
Judy, Steve and Annie
P.S. - Pleas feel free to use any of our letters on your website for folks who are interested in your pups.
|Subject: Black Female Puppy - MOLLY
Date: 5/15/00 12:35:54 PM Eastern Standard Time
From: Mary L.
Carol, as you know we had to put our 12 year old cocker spaniel down in February. We were uncertain if we were going to get another dog because we both work during the day. However, we decided that we would try to get an adult dog, who was somewhat trained and wouldn't mind being alone during the day. After searching the various rescue centers, we could only find large animals who really didn't need to be housebound all day. Then, I made a telephone call to you. Needless to say, I still believe it was "fate". You had just what we were looking for (right down to the color) except for the fact she was only a month old!! When you spoke with me, you told me about Karin and your training program. You said you could send me a picture of this little baby, and I instantly fell in love. I had some concerns about obtaining a dog without first seeing it but, you told me I should trust you. I am so very glad I did! We agreed that Karin would train her for two weeks and I would pick her up when she was ten weeks old. When I finally went to pick her up (it seemed like forever) I was amazed. She was so tiny (only 3 lbs 6 oz) but so adorable. We have had her for two weeks now and she is a "whopping 4 lbs 4 oz". She is very smart, will come when you call her about 90% of the time, knew her name in less than a week, and has only had a couple of "accidents". She has become the "queen" of the house (and knows it!) I cannot thank you enough!
Carol, I was so impressed with you, your dogs, and Karin when I was at Mulberry Farm. The pups are obviously what you say they are - healthy, well-kept, and loved. Molly is so sociable, she loves my grandchildren, has a very good disposition and is very healthy according to my vet. If you ever have anyone who would like to speak with someone who has had the good luck to obtain one of your pups, please feel free to give them my name, address, and telephone number.
Please thank Karin for all her work with Molly - it has been a good "first step" in the learning process for Molly. Thank you for making me comfortable enough to trust you in knowing that I would not be sorry that I took this little angel. I am going to forward some pictures of Molly to you via the mail (I do not have a scanner). I thought you and Karin would like to see them.
My home address is 23 Harrison Ave., Auburn MA 01501 - Telephone Number is (508) 832-9877.
Best of luck always - Mary
Date: 5/6/00 12:15:27 AM Eastern Standard Time
From: Jean & Roy S.
To: firstname.lastname@example.org (Carol Bobrowsky)
It's been awhile since we picked out our puppy, June 15, 1999. That day was like bringing a new (human) baby home. Since then Soot has grown to be a very affectionate little dog, and just loves to be around people. He is such a smart little fellow that there was never a problem with training, and our groomer just loves him (she raised cockers for several years) and also boards Soot when necessary. She even keeps him in her home with her own dogs rather than in a kennel. When our 2 year old grandson visits he looks for Soot first (guess we know who he really comes to see!!!)
We can't thank you enough for raising such quality dogs: They are gems when it comes to temperament. The kids love to play with him... believe me, I'm not sure who gets the biggest work out!
Anyway, Carol, this is a long-overdue thank you for providing us with such a wonderful companion. I have also sent a picture. He is just a little bit bigger than the last time you saw him.
|Subject: Re: [cockapoos] pup
Date: 5/1/00 7:23:49 PM Eastern Standard Time
Hi! I just joined "egroups" and would like to share a wonderful experience! Last week my family went up to Mulberry Farm to look at some puppies. The owner, Carol, was knowledgeable, professional and loving. I was so impressed with her kennel. I am going to get a puppy for my son, and I knew that I had come to the "right" place. I have never had a dog before, and I am looking forward to giving my son a new "sister". Carol was so kind to us and was very helpful. I recommend her kennel and Carol's expertise to anyone who wishes to get a Cockapoo! Her puppies are healthy, happy and so loved! After hearing some "horror" stories about puppy mills on television, I was happy (and relieved) to know there are people like Carol who truly think of the dog's benefit first. If anyone can give me some "tips" for new puppies, I welcome your input! Thank you!
|Subject: RE: Greetings and ...
Date: 3/17/00 11:57:46 AM Eastern Daylight Time
I was wondering how you and all the little puppies are doing. Zoe is doing great. She's the sweetest, smartest and spunkiest puppy I've ever seen! She loves everyone and figures they all will love her too (and they usually do!) She must have had a great beginning with you because she is just so secure. She must be all of 7 lbs. now, and yet she walked right over to a 10-month, 87-lb. Bernese Mountain puppy and started playing (... and held her own).
I can't walk down the street without at least 5 to 10 people stopping me and asking about her or playing with her. She's the "sweetheart of Central Park."
My stepmother has been wonderful, and takes her out twice a day and keeps her in her apartment for much of each weekday, which Zoe finds fascinating because there are 2 cats for her to play with and lots of rooms to explore! She's won everyone's heart and especially mine. I can't imagine my life without her. People in my building say I haven't stopped smiling since I got her.
I will send you a picture soon. I have to thank you for taking such great care of her. She's a terrific puppy!!!
Regards to everyone.
P.S. - Please thank Karin for me and tell her Zoe still sleeps with her elephant and let her know she's a very-much loved little dog.
Date: 3/16/00 5:03:25 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Hi Carol & Jim,
Mike and I just wanted to let you know we took Stroke for his rabies shot. Dr. White of Halfmoon Veterinary said he is beautiful and just perfect (but I'm sure you know this, right?) By the way, he weighed 9 1/2 pounds.
Stroke is such a smart kid! Two weeks ago I asked him where his ball was, and he looked at me and went right to his ball. Since then he brings it to one of us when he wants us to throw it for him to retrieve and also knows what it is when we ask for it. Also, the other night it was getting about 9:00. He was laying on the sofa with sleepy eyes and Mike told him it was bedtime and to go to his crate. Do you know he went right there?!
We took a trip to North Carolina mountains. Stroke went, of course, and did great; he loves to ride in the car or just go outside, period. Every time we stopped to eat, Mike would take him something to the car, usually a scrambled egg from our breakfast or a hot dog at lunch and dinner. Every morning now, we fix him a scrambled egg and he eats it along with his dog food. At night, we feed him some of our dinner meat along with his dog food. He eats just about anything (except pancakes) but we don't give him alot at one time. We put him in the crate when we eat, and he knows to be quiet so he will get something after we get through.
Well, better go. Hope you are doing well.
Fondly, Nancy & Mike
|Subject: (no subject)
Date: 3/12/00 4:52:17 PM Eastern Daylight Time
We just came home from visiting your latest litter. We were so taken with how adorable they are and what good care you give them. Even though they look adorable on you website, the pictures cannot capture their entire beauty. It is going to be very difficult to wait until June to bring home our new puppy. We spent the entire ride home thinking of names!
Our best to you and Jim.
|Subject: Miniature Schnauzers
Date: 3/10/00 1:24:42 PM Eastern Standard Time
A little over a year ago, I had to put my "precious baby" to sleep. A week later my fiance and I started to look for local breeders. We found you over the Internet. We had no intention to purchase a puppy, let alone two!! You came from the back room with these 2 little guys, and I started to cry. They were so cute. I fell in love with them immediately. Dave and I named them Pooh Bear and Tigger. They are the light of our lives. People tell me they are "spoiled" but I prefer "well-loved" I wanted to thank you for bringing these 2 boys into our lives, they are smart, cute, and everyone loves them. Attached is their Christmas picture. Feel free to use them on your website. We would be honored. Let's just say Santa was very good to them. Pooh Bear is on the left and Tigger is on the right. We want to let you know that we were doing fine and they are great.
|Subject: Remember me and the b/w Cockapoo puppy for X-mas?
Date: 3/8/00 2:46:43 PM Eastern Standard Time
Hi! Remember us... Barbara from Brewster and the Black & White Parti Cockapoo puppy? Well, I just thought I'd drop you a note and let you know how things are going... WONDERFUL!!!
We named her Daisy Mae, and she was the best Christmas present ever... she is currently 11 lbs., and the sweetest puppy in the world who loves to be cuddled! She especially loves tormenting our lab, Duncan, by pouncing on his head and chewing on his ears. Duncan doesn't seem to mind at all. Training was exceptionally easy (for some reason), which was a blessing. Everyone who holds Daisy Mae falls instantly in love! I might actually be looking for another one in the Spring, so let me know the status on pups.
Hope all is well with you, and thank you again for letting me have her. Please feel free to use my E-mail as a "testimonial". She is truly the sweetest puppy I have ever had... even better than any cocker I've ever owned, which was very hard to live up to.....She just LOVES ME TO PIECES!!! As soon as I get a good picture of her I'll send it up to you.
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