We bred our bitch, Diva, and dog, Breck, together for a repeat breeding from 2+ years ago and resulted with a singleton mantle bitch which we named “Sky.” She was born July 15, 2014. We will co-own her with a woman who lives in Texas. The woman is scheduled to arrive October 2 and will stay the night. Then the two will start their new adventure together by heading back to Texas. We will definitely miss her as she has the crazy spunk of her mother! Here are a few photos from September 28, 2014.
Scout was bred to Fender and the litter of six was whelped September 11, 2014. Please visit our Facebook page (Glacier Danes) for puppy photos.
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From left to right: Ch. Glacier’s A Toast V Dublin W A Freckle (Breck); Ch. Glacier’s Smooth Smirnoff Ice (Ice); Glacier’s Super Trouper (Trouper); Ch. GMJ’s Tallier Stacks the Deck (Tally); Morningstar’s Divine Inspiration v Glacier (Diva); Ch. DTVS Regina’s Ala AJ of Glacier Danes (Reggie). Humans: Brian Seiber and Loren Bengston
Tally took 2nd in her class and Scout took 1st in her class at the 2012 Great Dane Nationals held October 22-27 in Topeka Kansas.
Photo taken May 6, 2012
We took in Olympia (Glacier’s Going for the Gold) yesterday (9/9/12) to Animal ER which is connected to our reproductive veterinarian as she was 5 1/2 weeks pregnant and was having black discharge which we knew was not good. An x-ray was taken and was confirmed there were six puppies. Unfortunately, not one of them had a heartbeat.
The focus then turned completely to our girl. With a very accelerated heartbeat and breathing, she could not be put under to extract the dead fetuses. Thus, attempts to initiate contractions while awake had to occur. After spending most of the day yesterday fighting for her life, we finally had to make the decision to relieve her of the trauma and stress she was enduring. It was an emotional roller coaster to the end as she fought and she fought hard damn it. We are awaiting results from the reproductive veterinarian. While our hearts ache badly today, we are relieved she is not longer suffering. We miss you precious Olympia.
The staff at the Animal ER in Littleton are to be commended for their heroic attempts to save our little girl. They are phenomenal. Thank you, Dr. Derek Paul who was with her in the beginning and Dr. Kate Long who was with her through the end. Thank you to all the vet technicians who were assisting in making her comfortable.
I was looking up Laramie show information to put on here today and the first thing which populated was this video with our dog, Breck, getting Winner’s Dog in Laramie two years ago! I have no clue who shot the footage, but thank you to them for the nice surprise!
2010 Laramie – Breck
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