Atchafalaya Tristar DLyt
This is Tristar as a baby. Tristar was a tricolour BC, which means she had
tan markings in a trim around her face and legs. When they are this age,
however, the markings are usually confined to a pale patch beneath the tail,
so they can be difficult to recognize as tricolour pups. It was several
hours before we noticed Tristar was a tri!
Here, a few weeks later, the tri colour is starting to show through.
This colour gets richer and more extensive later on, but even here it's
hard to miss!
All the pups are very good about sitting on the scales to get weighed,
and they learn to 'stay' very early in life.
Anything that looks like play is fine with the little guys, even
if it's trying to learn how to beg...
But a good rough and tumble is still more fun!
Or watching the chickens or the other dogs play.
Or finding some bug to stalk. That tail is already up, which shows
of the go-getter attitude of this little girl!
Tri as an adult...
|Glendale Sono Amos
||Trumagik Mr Amerous
||Ch. Tuckonie Quiet Achiever
|Trumagik Canny Lass
|Moorama Lady Jesica Rose
||Bawntawn My Lenny
|Bawntawn Loveme Tender
|Kalakoli Princess Jazmin AD
||Tullaview Bounty Hunter
|Ch. Crestvale Ovation CD