Where to begin with keeping up with the undeniabulls... The last year has been hectic for us! And it continues this year, too!
With Rilla's pups, with Mobi's first offspring, for our "show team" and for the shows abroad this & next year...
Let's begin with our bad news.
We lost both Alpo Kurkinen (Undeniabull Aramis) and Arttu (Undeniabull Nightlock) this summer. Both died due to accidents, wish we could have prevented them! They were so dear to us, talking about losing them both in such a short time from each other is impossible for us at this moment.
We have to move on and look forward. We all cry, when we feel like it and need to.
So, let's get on to more positive notes!
Rilla gave birth to eight wonderful pups on 20th April.
She did it like a pro, just plopping those wonderful puppies out to the world!
Sadly, we had to let the last puppy go over the Rainbow Bridge the same night with the precious help from our own vet. Always grateful for having such an amazing vet like Maria in our own village!
The seven puppies left, more than a handful, are all happy & mischievous & full of joy like their parents.
We would like to thank both Rilla's breeder & co-owner Aleksandra Jastrzębska and the sire Flash's breeder/owner Yvette Caprino for making this litter come true!
We weren't supposed to keep any of the pups home (could have kept any one of them, such a lovely litter), but due to the loss of those two precious older boys, we decided to keep our special eye-patch girl Maisa (Undeniabull Wreckingball Timar) home with us.
Maisa is the first puppy with a classic eye-patch we have bred! Plus, she is the easiest pup we have bred. Maisa is just one cool bubba!
All of the pups from Rilla & Flash have both our Undeniabull affix as well as Timar affix in their official names, as this was a litter we bred together with Aleksandra.
It was an amazing experience, to have the Timar knowledge helping our knowledge!
We are more than happy to have this chance to have Aleksandra a part of our breeding.
We hope she knows and acknowledges how important her breeding has been and is for Bull Terriers around the world.
...to be continued... too many news for one post.