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Karl & Linda Mohr – Fogelsville, PA

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Lola aka Mohr the Merrier has her last litter…

March 3rd, 2015 · 1 Comment · Latest News & Litters

Many of you are familiar with our sweet Lola. This past November Lola ended her breeding career by having one last litter of four adorable brindle girls. Lola had her babies two days before Thanksgiving so the names of the puppies were easy. Our theme was Thanksgiving which meant we had a Thanks, Giving, Cranberry and Sweet Potato.

The litter decided they wanted a little excitement so with a power outage (at one day old) we took to the road in search of warmth. We ended up at my daughter’s home. All nestled in Katy’s room with heat lamp above and a blanket on the floor they spent their first Thanksgiving.

I am pleased to report all four little girls have very special, loving homes. We look forward to hearing about all their new adventures.

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Kiffle aka Mohr the Merrier becomes a Mom in a BIG way!

March 3rd, 2015 · 6 Comments · Latest News & Litters

Kiffle decided that if she was going to have a litter of puppies she was going to do it with the same gusto she does everything else in life!!! So after waiting 63 long days Kiffle whelped 10 puppies in just less than two hours!!

To say Kiffle and Charger aka GCH CH Poker Face From The Dogsfarm CGC created adorable puppies is an understatement. The puppies are all either black or dark brindle with adorable personalities. We had 10 families waiting anxiously for their turn to pick out their new family member.

Karl and I decided to keep one special little female to join our family of five Bouviers. Her name is Lista aka Need I Say Mohr. We are going to for the first time try our hand at showing which should be fun. After which Lista will be bred to raise her own puppies.

Needless to say we are anxious to bred Kiffle to Charger again in the spring of 2015!!!

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Welcome to Hussi’s First Litter!

August 22nd, 2013 · 5 Comments · Latest News & Litters

Hussi, from our 2007 litter and owned by our son, Kory, and his wife, Tracey, had her first litter on 8/1; three girls and two boys. They’re starting to get their personalities and continuing to entertain!

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Welcome to Our Latest Mohr Bouvier Families – Spring 2013

July 26th, 2013 · 5 Comments · Latest News & Litters

We would like to welcome four new families into the Mohr Bouvier Family. As everyone knows Lola had a very sweet litter of puppies this spring. They were Chunky Monkey, Chubby Hubby, Cinnamon Bun and Rock Road. Now if those names sound familiar you normally find them in the freezer section at your local grocery store. Lola’s version of the famous ice cream flavors came in rather large, fuzzy, snuggly packages with four paws.

First, we would like to welcome Kate and Darren Dreher and their two daughters, Chelsie and Callie. Normally an entire family comes over to pick out their puppy but in this case Darren was unable to join in the fun. So the women of the Dreher household set out to find their new family member on their own. And I must say the new family member didn’t wait too long before letting them know he was the one! Chunky Monkey soon became Othello or Otie for short. I think I am safe in saying Otie has become a loving member of this new Bouvier family.

Next, we have Joann and Pete Matiko. Joann and Pete have been patiently waiting for us to have a puppy for them and their patience paid off. They both came over to meet the puppies and once Pete lay down on our living room floor it took Cinnamon Bun two seconds to start climbing over him in a less-than-subtle attempt to let him know “PICK ME!!!!” Well the decision was made to add this adorable little girl to their family. Miss Cinnamon Bun was destined to become Coco.

Next, we have Donna and Charlie Gorman. After losing their beloved Bouvier last year they have been waiting for a puppy to help start building new memories with. And their new family member, Chubby Hubby, soon became Noah and is ready to fill their home with laughter. Noah is starting his new life learning from two very special loving people.

And that leaves our 4th family, Maria and Paul Hadjiyane. After losing their Bouvier Bob, it took some time for hearts to heal and allow them to open up to a new addition. But the time was right and a cute little fawn boy by the name of Rocky Road was looking for the right family. So the drive was made from VA to PA and Rocky Road became Louis. Louis is now not only surrounded by toys but surrounded by lots of playing, walking and most importantly love.

Welcome to one and all. We look forward to hearing lots and lots of stories and seeing loads of photos. Thank you all for opening your homes and hearts to your Mohr Bouvier puppy!!

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CGC Titles – January 2013

January 24th, 2013 · 3 Comments · Latest News & Litters

I am pleased to announce we have five new Canine Good Citizens joining the ranks. Each of these pairs worked very hard to achieve this goal.

First we have Amanda Hadley and Phoebe. Amanda and Phoebe have shown their ability to do fly ball and decided to try for Phoebe’s CGC title. Well that goal was met with much success. The pair did an excellent job completing and passing all 10 points of the test.

Next we have Valentine Croft and her Bouvier, Reagan. As some of you may remember Reagan was brought back to us from her original owner. Valentine came over to meet Reagan and it was love at first sight! Well the CGC test proved to be no problem for this pair.

Next we have another Bouvier that needed to be re-homed due to her owner’s health issues. Molly lives with Kay and Dave and her Bouvier brother Egor (already a CGC). Dave and Molly took the CGC test and passed without any trouble.

Our next pair to pass the CGC test may not be a Bouvier but is just as mighty and is part of the Herding Group. We have Angela and her Miniature Australian Shepherd Mars. Mars has come an incredibly long way from the first time I met her in Beginner Class. She was afraid of children, other people and many dogs. To watch her overcome her fear and not only take this test but pass it with no problem warmed my heart.

And our last of this group is a very dynamic couple, Sarah and Pyro. Pyro was the youngest puppy I have tested for their CGC title. But I am proud to say after all of Sarah’s hard work with Pyro he passed flawlessly.

To say we are proud of these four wonderful Bouviers and one Honorary Bouvier would be an understatement. It shows what dedication and hard work can do and what joy it can bring to you. Anyone interested in the CGC program sponsored by AKC, please let me know. I can test your dog and help you train your dog to take the CGC test.

To say we are proud of this group is an understatement.

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