Hello Everyone! It's been a little while since I have been on....I decided it was time to make another addition to the family. Here is my little Blue and Tan female Miniature Pinscher!!! I do not get to pick her up until December...:( She's worth the wait though! Her name is going to be Eddy's Blu Diamond In The Ruff.... Call name Diamond or DiDi or something haha.... Let me know what you think of her... I CAN'T WAIT...LOL! Thanks!
HI everyone! Thank you! She is really beautiful, one of the reasons I am so happy to be getting her. To whomever stole her pic and put it on their desktop, that is fine! LOL ...I'm honored... HAHA... Her mother is BLACK/TAN and but is blue factored, and her dad is RED but is blue factored too. Well yes, if I do get another female from this litter, it will be the really dark blue on that is in the bottom left of the group shot.... I will keep you all updated... I am suppose to be getting new pics of them all.. They are only 1 week old right now... Talk to you all soon...
***Edited By: EddyV763 on 10/19/2006 9:51:02 AM*** Reason: error
Hello. Well my girl Diamond is one week old today! She is looking grown already. As I said, I might be getting her sister as well. I won't know until the end of this month though, but I will keep you all updated. Diamond is the one with the PINK collar and her sister that I might get is the one in the YELLOW collar. And then I threw in some pics of the litter all together! Enjoy! Thanks!
she is beautiful eddie congratulations !!!! blue happens to be one of my favorite colors in dogs. in a lot of breeds it is associated with skin problems. is that true with the min pins ? in shepherds it is not and the blue GSD's are grogeous !!! do you have plans to show the girls ?
Hey everyone, Thanks for showing some love...I am just as amazed with these girls as the next person!
Scout, as far as the blues go in Min Pins, it can relate to skin and coat issues. Many breeders are trying to avoid breeding dilute to dilute to decrease the possibility, but it's not a guarantee. They still are liable to have skin and coat issues. However, many breeders are now trying to just breed a dilute to a carrier or a carrier to carrier to see if the skin and coat issues lessen even more. Either way, it takes love and care to surpass any obstacle, so if my blue girls did have skin and coat problems they would be treated and would not be loved any less for it. Also, blues cannot yet be show in the U.S. as far as I know but have been shown successfully in other countries. Maybe one day they can be shown here....Thanks again everyone!
PS. I keep forgetting things... I think I decided on a name for the other blue girl I intend on getting....Her name will be Unique Shade Of Blue...Call name Uni...Or Nique (pronounced NEEK)....
***Edited By: EddyV763 on 10/19/2006 7:45:14 PM*** Reason: add
What a beauty Blue pup! I have a Blue Doberman, full size. She is my princess. Hazel, is her call name (registered name is Lavelle's Watership Down's Number One named after the hero in that book). There is a simple solution to skin problmes in dilutes. My Hazel has never had a probelm and has a thick beautiful coat. If you have any concerns, I can email you the "secret formula" (a mixture of Pantene shampoo and Pine Sol!) Anyway, December will come quick enough and you will have the best Blue! You can check out mine at Lavelledobermans.com (NO puppies for sale, just for a look!) P.S. Hazel has no skin color mutant alpecia (sic!'kay it's late and I can;t spell! (I have been counseling crazy teens since 8 a.m.) I think it has alot to do with nutrition and stress level. She has delivered 2 beautiful litters and is 5 months into her recoup period after her last litter. She has never looked better. My vet raves about her!
***Edited By: Fergusmagee on 10/19/2006 8:13:44 PM*** Reason: spelling is rotten!
Thanks alot FergusMagee.... I will check out your site in a little while, and I will keep in touch.... As well as keeping everyone updated! I think these next couple of months are going to be good ones... LOL...Thanks!
Pretty! They look like my dilute Dachshund pups! Mom is a blue/tan, dad is chocolate /tan carrying dilute factor (father was isabella/tan). Boo's coat is not quite as thick as my standard color doxies. This is her first litter and I will be following up on the pups for a long time to find how their coats turn out. CDA can take up to 3 years to have the full affect.
WOW LuvMyDoxies.... Your pups are cute!!! See, I never knew that Doxies could have blue/tan and fawn/tan coats... They look great though, and their coats look pretty good as far as the picture goes... Good luck with them!!! Keep me updated... I have always loved the color blue on dogs as well, too bad it can relate to skin and coat problems...It's great that we are trying to find ways to better the coats with dilutes because they really are amazing! Thanks!