Sunday, March 20, 2011

airedale pups

Got an email request for pics of the current litter of Airedale pups.  Here ya go!  Click on any picture for a bigger version











8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Your farm always looks like such a mess.

Nancy Olympia WA said...

They are SO CUTE!!! And look like they could get into trouble together given the chance.

How old are they now?

Bruce King said...

Thanks Nancy. They're 5 months old right now.

Anon: I keep telling those pups not to play with buckets and to clean up their toys.

They just bark at me.

Anonymous said...

how much am i looking at to get one of your dogs to OK besides the $300.00 price tag witch I say is great

ballen;Oklahoma

Bruce King said...

To ship to OK I'd need to have a health certificate signed by a vet ($40), buy an airline-approved brand-new kennel ($70) and pay an airline to ship it (around $250), and $25 to me to get it to the airport (45 miles from Everett).

All said and done, about $700 total. Anyone shipping a dog will be about the same price; the biggest expense is the airfare.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for posting pics of Bowen's siblings! To all potential buyers, Bowen was from this litter and literally the sweetest, best-natured dog I have ever owned. He's such a ham and an extremely well behaved little guy. Airedales are known to be hard to train and high strung. Bowen is so calm and easy going, he is definitely from good lines. Really hope Bruce finds a home for the rest of these amazing little friends.

Anonymous said...

I would have to agree with Bowen's owner. I have one of Bruce's airedales from a previous litter and he is an AWESOME dog. He has a great temperment, very good natured, learns quick, and he gets along great with our cat and other dogs. Yes, he has a high energy level but he gets plenty of training, excercise, and play time. He is by far the BEST dog ever!

christy said...

Hi Bruce,

Just out of curiosity - Are you still breeding Airedales? We are thinking about getting another one from your next litter to keep Bowen company. Cheers - Christy