Meet our girls
RISING STAR.....AP RANCH LADY
AP RANCH LADY is a Jackie and Josh daughter and such a sweetheart, she is the last litter of Jackie’s and will be taking her moms place. I have high hopes for her as she is a chocolate based red and will produce an array of beautiful doxie colors, including shaded creams, chocolates, reds, and could even have black and tans too.
RISING STAR.....AP RANCH PEANUT
AP RANCH PEANUT is Molly and Cash’s daughter who was my pick puppy in that litter. She is a red dapple and very tiny, originally I was going to place her for sale but we have all fallen in love with her little(huge) personality and Jemimah has adopted her as her very own puppy. Jemimah has not as yet had puppies but she mothers this one like it is hers. Peanut does not know she is tiny, she plays with aussie pups 10 times her size and even they believe she is big.
RISING STAR.....AP RANCH BEANIE BABY
AP RANCH BEANIE BABY is a Joleen and Josh daughter and will be Joleen’s replacement. She is Andy’s little girl just like her mom is and she just goes nuts when she hears his voice and wants to be in his lap most of the time. She is a little ball of energy and loves to play with Lady, Brutus and Peanut.
JEMIMAH OR JEM FOR SHORT. Isn’t she cute. She is 8 ½ weeks old and she is by Josh and out of Libby who belongs to my friend Karen. When she grows up she will probably have puppies with Cash or Jake who both carry for Chocolate.
Longhair sable (11 lbs) Jackie is our only long hair and a daughter of Jamie and she is now 4 years old. She has had three litters, all smooth coats even when bred to a long hair. She has beautiful full coated puppies that feel like silk or velvet. She also has at least one or two puppies in each litter that are a bright red, red nosed, red toenails, and green eyes that turn amber later. They are beautiful, with really long ears and the true hound look and are usually the first to be chosen. Jackie is a love, she loves to be held and hugged and have her belly rubbed, she actually goes totally limp when you pick her up and her puppies are just like her. They love everyone and know no strangers.
Jazmine is a dark mahogany color and she is one of my smallest females at 7 lbs., Jake is her dad and Jody is her mom, she had 3 puppies in her first litter and now has two dapples in her second litter by Frankie. Jazzie is three years old and loves everybody, she is the first to approach a stranger to make friends with them. She is a love and everybody loves Jazzie, I have to be careful when she goes to horse shows with me as she would let anyone pick her up. We kept a female puppy, Cammie, out of her first litter.
Smooth red (10 lbs) Jamie is now 10 and due to get spayed next month. She has had five litters of puppies for us and we have kept one of her boys, Jake The Man, and two of her girls, Jackie and Jenny. Jenny is spayed as she is not a great example of the breed and Jackie is our only long hair, who has never had a long haired puppy. Jamie is next in line for Alpha but just can’t seem to make it there. She and Jessie are friends but every once in awhile you’ll see raised hairs and walking on tippy toes but no actual fighting, Thank God. Jamie has always been a worry warts hence the grey face. She is also a midwife, when her grand-daughter Jazmine had her pups, Jamie was in the whelping box with her washing the pups and even eating some of the afterbirth and trying to nurse the pups.
Joleen is black and tan and is also a small one at about 8 lbs. and Jake is also her dad and Hazel is her mom. Joleen is a little shy at first but warms up to everyone pretty quickly. She is not quite three and will be bred on her next heat cycle to Frankie. She has chosen me as her personal human, she wants to be with me at all times and goes with me in the truck or car as much as she can and she is beside me every night in bed. She has gone with me to several horse shows and travels well and stays at my heels without a leash.
It is with heavy heart that I post this “IN MEMORY” of my beloved Jessie. She was 16 years old, blind, and just about totally deaf. I hoped that she would live forever, she was my constant horse show companion and protector, she went everywhere all over the country with me. She slept beside me every night and kissed my face at every chance she got. To say that we loved each other is an understatement.
Jessie, you are missed by everyone of your other doxie friends and of coarse by me who loved you most.
Jorja Girl is Jackie’s puppy from her second litter and is the bright red, super hound type. She is what is known as a clear red and should produce chocolates when bred to a male carrying the chocolate gene. She is now 11 months old and will be bred her next heat cycle. She is truly a loveable pup. She trusts everyone implicitly, you can hold her on her back in your hands and act like you’ll drop her and she never flinches. She loves to sleep with you and is a real snuggler. She just doesn’t understand why it’s not her turn every night. She is also a great traveler, she has been to Oklahoma already and loved it. She also loved motel living as she got to sleep with me or my friend every night.
Tiger Lilly- she was my pick puppy for breeding Josh to an outside female and of coarse I fell in love with her right away. She is a dark red brindle and will not be a year old until August. She is borderline mini and tweenie, she is kinda chubby and very food oriented, she’ll do anything for a treat. Her mother was a brindle and her father was a red who carried for Piebald which is why she has the white spot on her chest. I will breed her to either Josh or Jake the first time and then I have a Piebald male picked out to breed her to on her third heat cycle. I’d love to get some brindle pies. I have high hopes for Tiger Lilly, I think she will produce lovely long eared, big pawed pups.
Jenny is also a very tiny dachshund, she used to weigh about 5 pounds but now is a chubby 7 pounds since we had her spayed. She was my daughters pet and we spayed her because she had fly away ears which is not a good example of the breed. She is a real character and Janene has taught her many tricks and Jenny is a fast learner. We love the little munchkin just for being her, they don’t have to be bred just because they are female is my motto.
Jodie is a Jessie daughter and the mother of Jazmine. Jodie is an under the covers dog and loves to be inside of the dog bed so she either makes a hole or she figures out the zipper and gets it open. Jodie is retired and was spayed, after she had her last puppy which was Jazzie, because she had breast cancer. We operated on her and removed two breasts and decided to spay her because of the hormones produced during their heat cycles, we didn’t want to take any chances of the cancer returing. Our dogs are our pets and we love them very much, which is why you will never see our older retired dogs for sale. They were born here, loved here, and they will die and be buried here. Once in awhile I will place an older female if I feel she will do well in a new home but I have only done that one time and that was Cassie, she was young when she had to be spayed after a c-section. Later we had visitors and she fell in love with them and they with her so I let her go on a trial basis and she loved it with two twin boys to take her for walks and sleep with so she stayed. I still miss her but she is happy.
Cammie was a surprise, we bred Jazmine our dark mahogany red female to Frankie a black and tan silver dapple so chocolate dapple with four different distinct colors was a surprise. I knew she wasn’t leaving when my husband started calling her “Desert Storm” so she became number twelve even thought I had put my foot down at number ten. We do love them all and Cammie will be bred to Jake in March of “09, she is now 8 pounds as an adult. Keep watching for her pups, they could be any color or pattern, more surprises.