For people interested in our Ba-Shar puppies this page is intended to give an idea of what they are like to live with.
These are the reports kindly sent back to us by the owners of Ba-Shars we have previously bred.
Please find attached some photographs of Toffee as
promised I would send.
She has a lovely temperament and is very healthy. Ever
growing she is now 13 weeks and weighs 1 stone 6
pounds. She is lazy most of the day and has a half and
hour active fit one or twice a day. So all in all she
is a great family dog.
Also would there be any chance if you would be kind
enough to send me a photograph of her mum and dad? I
would like to add to them to my collection of
photographs that are building up?
Many Thanks for a wonderful pup.
A black Ba-Shar girl.
Also to the same family we sold a Sham-bull girl, Lizzie, who is in one of the pictures.
no thats not a problem glad to show everyone we are so proud of them, dudley is very bassetty and huge he already weighs 4 stone!!! babs is beautiful a real bully though think the whole fighting for position as she was the smallest is firmly in her brain! she barks at every dog she sees cant seem to stop gher dudley just wants to play constantly. we couldnt ask for better dogs with the children duudley puts up with everything getting pulled around and cuddled and everything bless hiom and never growls or anything he is a superb dog. im looking forward to see if they change any more im wondering if the wrinkels will start kicking in now dudley seems to be full length.x thankyiou again so much for them they are the best thing that ever happened to me and i tryuely believe that. i hope to add more dogs to our brood we are waiting for a house then will add some lol!
Norbert is one of our Ba-Shar puppies. These pictures were taken in August 2010 while he was boarding here and his people had a holiday. He was an absolute joy to have here and ran about all day with our own dogs - no trouble at all. He met mum and dad again plus all the other old friends - and a couple of new ones as well. His temprement is just as we wished it to be. He is not at all shy but neither is he over forward, he is friendly toward everyone and anything. He probably would not be an ideal guard dog but he does have the deep Basset bark. Physically he obviously takes after the Basset side more than the Shar-Pei - although he does have the up-and-over tail carriage. His eyes are perfect and his ears, although long, are quite thick to the feel. They still flap about when he runs though. His body length is shorter than a Basset, and he is broader across the body as well. He has the powerful legs and big feet of the Basset. A lovely to feel smooth coat, two-tone tongue and plenty of skin finish off the picture. He moves well, especially his trot when he really looks the business. His run is not a thing of beauty though - amusing yes, but beautiful no. He gets quite a bit of speed up but there is a lot of flapping going on. Built for comfort, not speed, is Norbert.
This picture would not be complete without mentioning the excellent way that Norbert has been brought along since he left here. They have done a marvellous job and have made a dog to be proud of.