Jo's Tera ~ Anniversary
was born on October 5, 1999,
my 25th wedding anniversary,
hence the "Anniversary Edition".
At 9 weeks old in the above
picture, she weighed a whopping 4 1/2 lbs.
Tera loves her Dad almost as
much as she does tennis balls.
Personally, I think it's so she can
keep an eye out for crumbs.
The biggest problem I had with
Tera, was her wish to continue nursing on my other girl Daphne, who had a
litter that was 2 weeks older than her. But through trial and error,
she eventually learned that awful
This was Tera's
first Christmas with us, and we of course had to do as all new puppy
owners do... the stupid dress-up tradition!
I don't think she's looking forward to Halloween.
Even at 16 weeks Tera was
small. But she had quite a bit going for her,
so we began training
her for conformation.
At 6 months,
Tera would stack nicely, but we could already tell she didn't
enjoy it. She absolutely would not
put her ears up in the ring. She would
also tuck her head down, giving
her a very dejected and miserable appearance.
as it was that she really did
not enjoy showing, we had to at least try.
Tera's picture below to see her pedigree.
Luxating Patella tested clear
her certificates are on her pedigree page.
On July 2nd, 2001, Tera was introduced to a
beautiful boy named
CH Advantage-Apogee (aka
and on August 30, she had
her first litter of 6 gorgeous girl babies (4 survivor's).
If you click on her picture below, you
her litter of babies
loathes showing, the only alternative left is utilizing her ball
fetish. I have never once seen her more than 2 feet away from a ball,
and she adores playing fetch.
"ultimate" ball for Tera! And I don't even have to throw
As always, Tera
is never very far from a ball.