Hello Sandor and Zoltan,
It was a long trek to Denver on Friday (721 miles round trip). The temperature reached 107 degree F (42 degrees Celcius). The traffic going through denver was terrible and it became apparent that we would be late picking up the puppy. I was also concerned about the effect of the temperature on the puppy. We arrived 45 minutes after the scheduled arrival time but discovered that it takes about 90 minutes to transport cargo to the cargo terminal - so we were just fine - and so was the puppy. Lufthansa did a wonderful job and made sure that all the puppies on the flight received plenty of water when they arrived in Denver. When we picked her up she was in very good condition. Alicia is in Japan and will be there through the beginning of October; however, I believe she will be very pleased with the puppy. The puppy has beautiful symetrical markings, good energy, a great gait, and a playful (not fearful) disposition. I believe she will grow well and show well. She was also a good little girl in the crate during the trip with only a small stool in the back corner of the crate. And the corrugated paper that you placed in the crate absorbed all the urine so she was pretty clean - even after such a long trip. It was a pleasure doing business with Euro puppy. We will definitely look forward to doing business with you again in the future.
Oh my...what can say. He is great and huge! When we picked him up, he was wagging his tail and he was so excited and just wanted to play. He has been running non-stop since we got home and finally settled down to sleep. Our other dog, Tanner (who was way more calm as a puppy) and him are already getting along well and playing nicely. Our cat really can care less at this time.
Thank you for such a smooth transition. I really think he will enjoy it here.
We hope you enjoy our special story about two Euro-Puppy bernese mountain dogs:
That's right! When you view the photos, you are NOT seeing double...Stanley's REAL brother has joined our family. Now there are over 200 pounds of canine fur living at our house...YIKES! If you think you are surprised, our heads our still spinning! Through an amazing twist of fate, we discovered that one of Stanley's littermates was in need of a new home. The story is incredible....It involves two countries, three states, three families, and two brain tumors (yes, you read that right). The odds of all of the things that transpired over the course of a mere 4 day period are astounding. We would have had better odds of hitting a major Powerball jackpot than discovering this one dog.
Parker is just as handsome and loving as his brother, Stanley. Parker and Stanley were both born in Budapest, Hungary on October 1, 2002 (also, Tim's birthday!). They were both exported to the U.S. the week before Thanksgiving on separate flights to their new homes: Stan to ours, and Parker to New Jersey. Parker went to a married professional couple with no children. He was left all alone 12 to 14 hours a day, while his owners were at work in New York each day. The owners decided to place him up for adoption using a private advertisement...Read the rest of the story