Princess, a loving and patient beauty, inside and out
Ch. Coburn's Knight in White Satin, (Blue)
Blue had a gentle spirit, and love of life, and we still feel his loss keenly.
Just 3 weeks after he finished his Championship, 3 weeks after this photo was taken, he was attacked by 2 rescue dogs who got out of their pen. Blue became a parapalegic. Through many hours of therapy and hard work, Blue was able to walk again. We were allowed the joy of having him with us a few more years, but his injuries eventually caused deteriation and pain. With great sadness, we allowed him to go free, so he could be whole again.
Ch. Coburn's Bright Spirit
Spirit was found in our yard shortly after finishing her title. Her co-owner, Nancy Oliver and my family were devistated by her loss.
An autopsy did not find a specific cause of death, and she had been health checked just shortly before. It is suspected that she died due to an aneurysm from rough house playing.
Endora was unfortunately lost do to veterinary misdiagnoses. She had been seen by more than 4 veterinarans over a year, both at the emergency clinic and two veterinary clinics, who treated her with antibiotics for tick related fevers. It was discoverd by autospy that she had thorasic infection which had become antibiotic resistant.
Endora was a wonderful girl in so many ways. She was just one 3 point major from finishing her Championship.
She is missed here, and by her breeder Laura Hyatt.
We had so many dreams, but circumstances did not allow them to become a reality.
Chloe' was a wonderful girl who had to leave us too soon.
Ch. Coburn's Amazing Grace
Gracie was an exceptional bitch who went BOB over top specials (with ME handling her!). She finished with 3 majors, and presented us with two beautiful litters to carry on her many qualities.
Colby began his life with the Wahlig family shortly after this picture was taken at 18 months. They had many loving years together until this beautiful boy left them at 11 1/2 years.
Flair was the "grand dame" of our home. Her sweet, laid-back temperment has made her a joy filling our lives with her loving ways. She was my daughter's dearest companion.
Flair is a lovely girl who made us proud when she took 2nd in the very competitive open bitch class at the 1998 National Specialty. Her dark eyes and black pigment give her a wonderful expression, and it's nice to have a dog so well put together she self stacks. I will miss you forever.
Maria's movement was flowing and she had an athletic body full of speed and agility.
AKA "Sweet Maria" is the Queen of the pack at Nancy's Oliver's loving home.
She is the "brat" of the pack, which includes Ch. Coburn's Gold Strike, and Coburn's Gypsy Gold V Muzik, and a large Turtle . Always looking for something to do. Her bright little mind never stops working <grin>. Owned by Nancy Oliver
by Ch. Oaklara's Espresso x Ch. Coburn's Solar Flair
**Ch. Coburn's Suntea JOR, T.T.
Mouse is my daughter's most dear friend. The first dog Sarah has ever shown, the first she ever finished. Her gentle spirit just shines.
Mouse now resides with her daughter in the loving home of Linda Richardson.