Tani ...

... was born in a litter of 4 puppies on December 25th 2008. She spent the first two months of her life in the Loubajac kennel in the French Pyrenees. Her mother is Pecquelette de Loubajac and her father Hob-Nob's Victor.

When she came to stay with me, we started Silvia Trkman's puppy school, followed by Sivia's tricks class and later on agility handling classes in LoLaBu training center. We do everything using only positive training techniques. We are very fond of Silvia and her dogs, specially the crazy little La who is Tani's 3/4 sister. We also attended handling classes with Daša Zakotnik and Polona Bonač.

Tani has many passions in her life. The biggest one is agility, of course, but she also loves playing with her beagle sister and BFF Xsara, hiding her toys in the most odd places, running through the fields and meadows, playing with sheep and eating.

Tani's Videos


Friday, November 6, 2009

New Photos

Yesterday we went for another walk with Polona and her toller Wi. Polona took some new photos of my dogs, they are all amazingly beautiful like all of her photos. As you can see, there is no snow left, only rain (but we were very lucky because it wasn't raining during our walk). Here are some photos of Tani in autumn colours:


Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

I have to woo that running in the field with a stikhk looks like SUCH fun!

Tank woo fur sharing!


melinda said...

I fell in love with Tani when I was researching Pyr Sheps and I wanted one like her. I finally got him, and it's funny how much he is like her! He's 10 weeks old and so much fun (except when he wants to go outside at 4am!). You can see pics of little Mica at http://www.terrablue.net/pyrshep/dogmica.html
I still need to learn how you get them to get all feet in a bowl!
Melinda & Mica

Xsara and Tani said...

Wow Melinda, Mica's pedigree is absolutely amazing! And he is very very cute :) Congratulations again.

I teach most tricks by free shaping, I just sit and wait for any step in the right direction. And make sure that the first bowl you try with is really big enough, then proceed by using smaller and smaller ones. Best of luck to you guys, looking forward to seeing more of him soon :)

manymuddypaws said...

LOVE that last photo with the fall colors behind her. Wow. Tani sure is growing up beautiful!