From San Diego Alta-Tollhaus Just a Singer “Singer”, formally known as J-boy:
Who are the lucky owners and who are the dogs on his shirt?
Cool!!! Singer is already following in his Momma’s footsteps!
He is soooo handsome and look at those pads on his feet!
Wow, talk about cute overload!! I love the ones of the two of them just strolling along. What a great diptych-style photo it will make when there’s similar pictures of him doing the same thing but all grown up! And wow, plum tuckered out at the end!
Stacy you are right about doing a diptych photo. I think the one walking in the field would be the easiest to do it with.
He will make Funny proud when he grows up and starts herding.
Funny is going to be 10 years old this August and she is in perfect shape and condition. She would be so happy if she could be working sheep everyday. It makes me think about getting sheep.
Like I don’t have enough to do….
How cute is Singer!!! I am so happy he is joining big bro Gavin as a California boy! I met his new owners in December and they are wonderful people, they lost their old German Shepherd unexpectedly and they missed him so much, they are big time herding enthusiasts and in fact he is an instructor and his old Shepherd was kicking some major Border Collie butt in big competitions, Singer is his new weapon!
I was invited to bring Gavin this summer to test his herding instinct and will have to definately take him up on that now that little Singer is on the scene, maybe they can convince Gavin herding sheep is more natural than herding fly away shavings and water!!!
Lies, The two dogs on my shirt are Diva on the right. She is 13 going on 14 and the mother of the other dog, Solo. Solo was my boy I just lost at 10 years old. He was one of only four GSD’s to earn the Triple Crown of Herding. Singer has some big paws to fill but I’m sure he will make us all proud.
Gavin has to come out and run on some sheep. Let us know when you’ll be in the area. Julie you are welcome anytime. We are having so much fun with Singer, he’s just a wonderful boy. Can’t wait to really put him to work on sheep.