CHAMPION  

   SCHROEDER'S  NEVER  ENDING  STORY

                                  "STORY"

     Weight:  5lb   7oz

     Fawn Spotted on White

     Born: October  30, 2016

     DNA Certificate:   Pending

 GRAND   CHAMPION

 HEAVEN'S ALL DECKED OUT

"TUX"

  Weight: 6lb  2.5oz

  Black W/white Markings   Born: Jan 21, 2010

DNA Certificate: V650875  

    Tux is the result of careful breeding to produce the "ideal" showman for

    the Chihuahua breed, he has it all...the bloodline, confirmation, attitude,

                 all combined in the most loving and gentle little man. 

 

    CARDIAC:  NORMAL/OFA #CH-CA 453/27M/P-VPI

    PATELLA:  NORMAL/OFA #CH-PA 944/27M/P-VPI  

       This is  NEKO, my newest male. 

   His parents are Nanett and Pretty Boy

 

   11 Champions in his first 4 generations  

                       

              Weight on 12 June (@ 4 mo. of age): 3lb  2oz

                            Black W/white Markings   

                                 Born: Feb 20, 2019

                     Champion sired on the sire's side

               Grand Champion sired on the dam's side

        This is Pretty Boy - He is semi- retired and

  only used with a very limited number of girls

                     SOLD       

                   CHAMPION  

    SCHROEDER'S  24 KARAT  HEARTBREAKER

                              "KING" 

      Fawn Spotted on White

      Born: January  16, 2016

     DNA Profile #:   V846499

   Until one has loved an animal, part of their soul remains unawakened.

                                           

      WHY  DOGS  DO  NOT  LIVE  AS  LONG  AS  HUMANS.......

Humans have to learn how to love, this may take many years, dogs are born loving

unconditionally, that is why they do not have to stay with us as long.   

SOME PETS COME AND STAY FOR SUCH A SHORT TIME, LEAVING BEAUTIFUL

PAW PRINTS IN OUR HEARTS.......WE ARE NEVER QUITE THE SAME.    

“The Legacy”

(author unknown)

When humans die, they make a will to leave their homes and all they have to those they love.  I, too, would make a will if I could write: "To some poor wistful, lonely stray,  I leave   my happy home, my dish, my cushy bed, my cushioned chair, my toy. The well loved lap, the gentle stroking hand, the loving voice, the place I made in someone's heart,  the love that at the last could help me to a peaceful, painless end, held in loving arms. If I should die, Oh do not say,  "No more a pet I'll

          have,  to grieve me by its loss".  Seek out some lonely, unloved dog and give my place to him. This is the legacy I leave behind - 'tis all I have to give."