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We wanted to give you an update on how Saffy (Callie) is doing in Chicago. She is now well over 30 pounds and loves going to the park, playing with dogs, and eating treats. She is such a sweet dog, nice to people and dogs alike. We take her to obedience class where she learns quickly until she falls asleep. We can not imagine life without this little one! Thank you for letting us have the best dog in the world.
December 6, 2014
I just wanted to drop a quick note and let you know how Huey is doing. He is an awesome dog!! He has blended into our home very well. It took us a few weeks to train ourselves as to how to take care of him ... lol ... but now we are doing fine. He received an A+ at his first vet check a few weeks ago. He was a bit underweight so we are giving him a powder vitamin with his food twice a day. He seems to be filling out better now. They were unable to locate his chip, they scanned a few times all over but were not able to find it. We will probably have it replaced here in Columbus at some point. He said sometimes they do come out ... oh well no biggie. I am amazed at how quickly he grows. He is a beautiful dog and I know we love him for many years.
Thank you again
Lisa, Paul, Bailee and Brady
November 12, 2012
Hello Connie -
I am not very competent at sending emails with photo attachments (first time) so let me know if you get the two photos of Sasha. Sasha has been a beautiful dog that receives many compliments. She is great with all of the neighborhood children and everyone she meets. I am fortunate that she is able to come to work with me at the Milwaukee Police Department Mounted Patrol Barn rather than staying at home alone during the day when the kids are in school. I have been working tons of hours this summer. Things are slowing down now and I plan on joining the German Shepherd Club in Big Bend, Wisconsin to work with Sasha. She walks at my side without the leash on and obeys well. She is very fit at fifty-six pounds. She is a very much loved part of our family. Thank you for a beautiful German Shepherd Dog. One of these days we would love to stop by with Sasha and say "hello."
September 3, 2012
Here's a couple of pictures of Ruby after 4 weeks in
our home. She's fitting in nicely and getting along with our 5 year old
GSD. Both of her ears are staying up all the time.
November 28, 2011
Steve & Connie
Dear Connie and Steve:
Mary and I want to thank you both for your friendship and the
privilege of owning a beautiful German Shepherd Dog, Dolli. I am sure she
will do us all proud in the AKC conformation ring, the WDA conformation ring and
in schutzhund not to mention the (hopefully) gorgeous pups she'll whelp!
Charles and Mary Lackovich
I just wanted to let the Miller’s know how much we enjoy and
love our German Shepherd dog, that we purchased from you back in 2007!! He
is without a doubt the best Shepherd we have ever had and what a privilege it is
to have him as a part of our family. He is so intelligent and
affectionate. It almost feels at times he knows what were about to
say before we say it!!! Thank you for such an incredible friend.
Without people like you there would never be such great dogs. Bob and I
plan on purchasing another from you once we move to a larger (more private) area
in Wisconsin. I have attached a picture so you can see how beautiful he is
too!! Well thanks again & keep up the great work.
We are so happy that we went with Vom Haus Miller as our breeder. When we went to visit our puppy we were able to play with many of the pups and that was important to see the socialization. Both Connie and Steve took a great deal of time with us answering our questions. We could also see the love they had for all of the dogs. We are thrilled with Hawk. He has become a member of the family already...Thank you again!!!! We are absolutely in love with him!!!!
David and Beth Brehm
Steve and Connie,
Vera is three now. We added a companion to the club.
She has the mothering instincts to keep our new Boxer in line. His name is
Rebel; she takes on the challenge of raising the pup as if it were her
own. She is more than we could have hoped for as a true addition to the
family. Thanks for connecting us with such a great dog. I have
attached a picture for your pleasure.
Well, your little girl did you proud! We made it all the way to the Best in Show puppy in show #4. We didn't win, but what a thrill to do so well at our first outing. Falon walked away with one Group 1, one Group 2 and two Group 3 placements.
This is a small show, but ideal for her first introduction. Falon was judged by 3 Americans and 1 Canadian so she won her National and International Puppy Title by receiving 4 SG1 ratings. All of them had very nice things to say about her! LOL They seem to think she has great potential, and as an inexperienced handler, I leave something to be desired! VBG But I'm learning.
Attached are a few pics. I have had several people come up to me and tell me they think Falon's head is extraordinary and they say when they think of a German Shepherd head, Falon has just what they envision. And several people approached me and told me this. We also received very nice comments on her topline, but all the judges really, really loved her expression and her ear set. They said she has perfect ears. Her greatest weakness is probably her front feet. She has those long toes and is pretty easty/westy. I am working on learning to stack her better so it is not so obvious. She is also getting a pretty long coat, but all four judges LOVED it and said it has really nice texture and pigment. I love the thicker coats myself.
At 6 months, Falon is 58.5 lbs. and 23.5". I will start health testing on her in late January when I have her OFA prelims and PennHip done as well as a cardiac and CERF. I can't wait to see what Falon looks like at about age 2. I think she will be a real beauty!
I will probably be starting Falon in agility in the spring as our fun activity. She is a hoot! Temperament wise, she is very friendly to people and other dogs. She doesn't like big dogs running up on her, but once they get out of her face, she is sweet as can be and will play with everyone. I am going to try again to hook up with a local Schutzhund club as I would love to see how she would do at that. The first group I met with was too hard core and made it very clear they were not interested in showline dogs, so I am going to check into the club in Austin. It's a pretty long drive from here, but maybe I can get some pointers on how to start training her properly.
Enjoy the pics and hope you have a wonderful holiday.
dd and the girls
We got the papers, thank you! And we couldn't be happier with our dog. The kids named him Charlie -- he's handsome and smart. We're constantly getting comments about him and are referring people your way. Charlie is great with our kids and is constantly playing around - he has a great sense of humor. He's getting lots of socialization and one-on-one time since I'm home with my kids this summer. It's been great and couldn't have been better timing for our family.
We appreciate the contact. We will certainly send pictures soon!
August 6, 2008
Hi Steve and Connie!
I hope you are both doing well. We just wanted to let you know that Quinta made the trip and is settling in just fine. We absolutely adore her! She was a regular pro at the airport and of course she charmed the American Airlines staff who had to inspect her and her crate. She flew on the same plane with us and made the connection just fine.
We got home early enough yesterday to enjoy the beautiful weather and before the end of the day we took her to Petsmart with us to get a couple of things. While we were there we got more compliments on her beauty and temperament. I even had referred one couple to your web site. They said they have been looking for a GSD like her for a couple of years.
Quinta adores Jacob and the feeling is mutual since he wanted her to sleep with him last night. We can't get over how quickly she is adapting to our family and routine. She is so high energy/drive but yet she is very mannerly in the house and eventually likes to lay at your feet! We cannot thank you both enough for allowing this wonderful girl to come into our family .....
We really enjoyed watching the event on Saturday and it was such a pleasure to meet your both. The added bonus was getting to see Tim work. I can see why you are so high on him. He is a rare dog, structurally correct and beautiful and with working ability and drive .....Thanks again and have a wonderful day!
Steve and Connie,
I hope your weekend went well. Vera has adapted to
her new environment. The cats, well lets say they have not come downstairs
yet. The house breaking is going ok. She knows that it is wrong but
she is not able to get our attention yet. We are without a leash in the
back yard. We have met all the neighbors and have been a real star.
She fell asleep at one neighbor’s house late last evening during our short
visit. The walks have been solid. She understands the lead processes and
walks like a trooper. The fetch is good for eight to ten throws before she
wants to find more activities. I think it is the newness of the
I am attaching a picture. We have more but I want to keep in touch and send new information. I would be interested in the classes you mentioned. ...
Take care and I will email soon.
David D. White
Connie and Steve,
David D. White
Hi Steve and Connie -
Just wanted to touch base and send you a current picture of Risky (Lucy) out of Boomer/Biene and our Uno Bullinger daughter. I cannot thank you enough for this gorgeous girl. She has a rock solid temperament, nerves of steel, calm assertive grips and flashy obedience work. In addition, she is such a sweetheart, sleeps on her back with a stuffed animal!!! Gotta love this girl. Solid, beautiful conformation - she gets prettier with each passing month. When you said you would get us a "good one" you weren't kidding. She will excel at therapy work and has an amazingly intelligent, intuitive and inquisitive personality. Truly a joy to know and to be around. Thank you again for this lovely girl.
Hi Connie and Steve:
We'd like to let you know how Rudy (Rowdy vom Haus Miller) is doing.
He's a fantastic boy with lots of prey drive and good interests in tracking. At 12 months (he's 14 now) he was right at the middle of the weight chart at 76 pounds. Folks compliment us all the time about how handsome he is. I'm sometimes surprised at how athletic he is for his sturdy body.
He's a very loving, confident, mellow dog. The strong and silent type. Very family friendly. I like his intense concentration and focus during obedience. We've really just started getting busy with him at one year, but already we've done three classes of Agility, one of Obedience and I've started tracking. I've also had him in my first Conformation class. He excels at everything. People think we've already taken the classes before.
When we have our other dogs in the yard and we bring out his toys he's so intense, focused and dominant. He travels well in the car and gets along very well with our other dogs. Recently we had a major car accident. All our dogs being in crates were very safe. The Highway Patrol was very impressed with Rudy patiently waiting in our wrecked car in his crate.
John, Karen, Paula & Stephanie
Hi Steve and Connie,
I just wanted to tell you again how delighted again I am with this little guy. As you can see, his ears popped up the day after he got here, and he's already learned to sit and watch me for 15-20 seconds. We started obedience class Wednesday, and last night he impressed the heck out of some neighbors with a very out-of-control 1 year old GSD. Everyone is amazed at how friendly, fearless and good-looking he is. Not to mention those huge paws....
March 31, 2006
Hi Steve and Connie:
Thought you guys might like to see some pics of Uzee (Mom calls him Jaeger).
He is an awesome little guy. He is super smart and has a great temperament. He is already barking for the rag/toy in bitework, shows tons of prey drive, but is also a great house dog. I just adore this pup and my mom loves him to death! We couldn't thank you guys enough for this pup.
He is also beautiful. He is about 60 lbs. already and we are keeping him thin. He will be a big boy. He has a huge head on him for his age. Hope all is well with you guys!
Quick update Diogi is doing great and rode in the car like a champ he comes to work with me everyday and so far we have not had one mess on the floor....
Thanks for the information, will try to start getting out there ASAP. I must tell you, Risky has grown to be a very "big" girl, pushing 80# at not quite 8 months, wow, she is a solid little lady, great temperament, also very solid. I cannot seem to email pix but will try to mail some and also will update Pedigree Database. I cannot thank you enough for the perfect pup, she really couldn't be a better dog for dual purpose, therapy, companion, obedience, schutzhund, etc. We just love her, she is as sweet as she is protective, never "nervy" or shy. Really a very nice breeding with Boomer and Biene, thanks for letting me have the only female. Wishing you all well, noting your MANY pups!
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