Rayna and Patron's Litter:
Sequoyah German Shepherds
Take a look at the page below to see some orphans that need a loving home!
vom Banach was bred with Sequoyah's Gran Patron
I hope all is well. I saw on the website that yall are
doing a repeat
breeding. I just wanted to let you know how "Laynie" is
let ya'll I know that I think a repeat breeding is a great
is an absolute sport model. I will have to attach some
has grown up very fast. She is extremely smart and
absolutes looooooves the water. I am going to enter her in
jumping contest as soon as the season comes, she is
jumping and swimming. I haven't worked any protection with
she has done very well on obedience. This a great dog from
bloodlines, thank you.
Absolutely you can give my address out.
Nothing but good things to say about Icon and you guys.
Hated to miss training last week, but my schedule is
so easily interrupted with everything we have going on.
It is my goal to be at 2 training sessions a month.
We'll see how that goes for me.
Took Icon to "dog appreciation day" at a park in Oak
Ridge last week. While I realize he is only a pup, and
is apt to let that come out in his behavior sometimes
(pet store trip) he acted like he was on display. We
covered the whole park which was VERY well attended by
many people and lots of dogs. I was completely amazed by
his behavior. He stayed on my left and at my knee
everywhere we went, sat when I stopped, and walked with
his head held up taking everything in as we went
along. Several people commented on his good looks and
manners. A couple asked if he was really only 7 months
old. We went to the flea market Saturday morning, and he
performed exactly the same way. It seems he knows people
check him out and he wants to put on a show for them. He
was perfect when a gentleman asked if he could pet him.
No jumping up or moving around. Sat perfectly by my said
while the guy rubbed him on the head.
I was so proud of him I called Jennifer on the way
out and said "you're not going to believe how good he
I am attaching a couple more recent pics on this
email. I think my photobucket account for him is "open"
and it has 70+ pics and about 5 videos if you want to
Thanks and I will see you soon.
Dear Shari and Sherle,
I just wanted to give you a quick update on our new puppy - Glock.
I could not be more thrilled with him. He appears to be brilliant-
probably smarter than me! His ears are standing most of the time
now, he's growing like a weed- 24 pounds at 11 weeks! I think he's
beautiful. He makes me laugh much of the time I watch him. He's
full of energy of course, but gets lots of exercise with Mya- the
60lb. 5 yr old Boxer I already had in the home. The 5 yr old poodle
mix and 17 yr old Dachshund "tolerate" his boisterous playing,
nipping at him when he gets too rough. The 5 yr old German Shepherd
(female)- Freedom, tolerates him as well. She hasn't really warmed
up to him as Mya has. As I told you before, she's quite docile.
There hasn't been even 1 fight among the crew. Glock is almost 100
percent housebroken already- he's proven himself to be an
extraordinary pet. Glock and I start organized training lessons
this coming Monday- that should be a hoot! I'm sure he's going to
try to chew on every other dog in the class! He's already been to
Winder Animal Hospital to see Dr. Powers for his last set of shots.
Of course, he checked with no health issues. He already reacts VERY
well to "come, sit, no chew, stop, go potty, and no". He seems to
be driven strongly by the desire to please me. I am so fortunate to
be able to spend all day every day with him- as I'm not having to
work at this time. He has been a blessing. I love him dearly.
Thank you so much for carefully choosing him for me and arranging
things so you could place a puppy that fit my needs with me so
quickly. I couldn't be more pleased with your selection.
I just wanted to give you an update on Isis. She’s been with us for 4
months now and is doing absolutely wonderful. She has been such an
awesome addition to our home and she and our other dog, Ethyl (a basset
hound) are as close as litter mates! Isis bonded really well with my
husband, Mike, who came home from Afghanistan in June. He runs with her
every evening and Isis looks forward to that all day long! Our friends
who live just around the corner recently purchased a GSD and Isis enjoys
playing with him as well.
Isis is current on her vaccinations and takes
Frontline and Interceptor monthly. She is on Science Diet large breed
husband has received orders to move to Germany. He will be reporting in
October, but the kiddos, puppies and I will be staying at Fort Campbell
for a while. Housing isn’t readily available and Army won’t move us
until Mike can sign for a suitable home. We are excited about the
upcoming move and will keep you posted as we find out more when we’ll be
leaving the country.
If you have any other questions about Isis,
please feel free to contact me. We are so lucky to have found her and
grateful she is such a loving, family dog.
Hope all is well with you. Jessie dog is
an AWESOME girl...I can't tell you how many people stop to ask
questions about her and tell me how beautiful she is. We were at
Starbucks in Wisconsin Dells over the weekend and three separate
people got out of their cars to admire her.....
She is a fearless girl. Likes running
through tubes already (the kids have a little fabric crawl through
thingy and she's does laps in and out of it). My concern is that she
will jump over things in her way, and she has already mastered the
stairs. She barrels up the stairs an down the stairs without a
hesitation. I try very hard to slow her down..... Other than
that, she is learning quick. She is very good at sit-stay. I already
can walk a few feet away and wave her favorite toy in her face or
drag it in front of her, all it takes is a few No's and stay and she
won't go after it. Sit and down are pretty good too but haven't
really gotten to the correction or testing stage with any of her
commands yet. Thanks for a perfect pup!