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I really like when people interested in one of my puppies asks for references! It shows me you really care about the puppy you are getting. My biggest goal is to have new Blue Lacy owners that are incredibly happy with their puppy. I do my very best to match temperaments and skills to the right homes. This hasn't been hard to do with these fantastic puppies and there has been a perfect match for everyone in each litter. Most of my puppy owners stay in touch beyond the first raving review of their new puppy and I love that!

new blue lacy owner

"High Desert's Rosebud"

We finally came up with her "middle name" which is Halo. She is definitely a handful, very curious and wants to put anything she can into her mouth, but she is soooooooooo cute and so much fun. I attached some pictures.

New Blue Lacy Owner: Brian, AZ

New Blue Lacy Puppy owner

"High Desert's Blue"

Here are some photos of "Blue" after I made it home.  He kept me company the whole ride back. He slept a few hours as well.  He is absolutely beautiful and our kids can't leave him alone (eventually they will). He began to fit in with our family the minute our children opened the front door to let him in.  He has become a big part of our everyday lives already.  In less than a week "Blue" has learned several behaviors.  He rides in the car, walks on a leash, plays fetch, and even swims with us in our pool.  He looks after the kids almost like they are his own, watching nervously over them while they swim and take baths.  We are excited about continuing to learn with him and teach him how to be the extraordinary dog we know the Blue Lacy is.  Thanks for allowing us the opportunity to raise one of these fine dogs. Thanks a bunch.  He's in good hands.

New Blue Lacy Owners: David & Laura, AZ

blue lacy puppy"High Desert's Cody"

 Thanks again for sending him. He's been sooo great.  He had his first vet visit yesterday...he is 20 pounds!!  He looks like he's doubled in height since we got him, lol...his nose is definitely up above the table when he's standing on his back legs now. :)

Hello!  Just wanted to drop a quick update on cody!  cody is doing great!  He is more than we could have asked for, well behaved (mostly:)), a quick learner, and totally a people dog.  He is getting big so fast too!  I weighed him this morning and he is 29lbs and all legs!  He is starting to hit those adolescent years and sometimes has selective listening...especially when I'm calling him to come inside or something.  The cats and him aren't quite best friends yet, but they are trying to work out their differences...my little gray cat whoops his ass every chance she gets, lol...luckily she doesn't have claws, and now its getting to the point where it almost looks playful.:)  Cody has taken over their bed and zophie has taken over his..fair swap..i guess. :)  other that that, he's learning commands like heel, and he does high five and lay down on command...he still HATES his crate, and we have taken to just leaving him free if we are only going to be gone a short time, and that seems to be working out better...I think he's claustrophobic or something.  If we leave him out, he's good...no accidents, and hasn't destroyed anything.:)  I will attach a couple more pics..the one of him trying to squeeze his big butt on a kitty bed is my fave:)  talk to you soon!

New Blue Lacy Owners: Jessica, NY

Blue Lacy Puppies"High Desert's Sage"

She's great ! Getting big and stuff. She got her last shots today. Poor girl had a reaction to something. I was worried so I took her back to the vet. She's fine now.

Sage is doing very well. She just passed her canine good citizen test. We love her so much! I took her camping two weeks ago & had her off leash the whole two days.

New Blue Lacy Owners: David, CA

 

I am always very pleased with the new owners I get to place with and feel they are exceptional homes. I watch their interaction with the pups and how the dam of the litter responds to them when they come to pick them up. Calamity gave everyone her personal seal of approval as you can see (below).

New Blue Lacy Owner with Calamity

Pups have gone to their new homes and new owners have started to respond with updates for me. This is what they say:

blue lacy max and cat

I've got to tell you how wonderful Max is. He is amazing. Good with the kids, great with the cat, comes to his name, knows his box is for sleeping. Never runs away. Walks on the leash nicely. Just amazing. He is also so unbelievably friendly as well.  Let's everyone in the world pet him. Not to mention everyone can't get over how beautiful he is.  We couldn't be happier. (wish he'd sleep through the night but oh well). *Paula CA

new blue lacy puppy owner Stephanie, remind everyone about electrical cords!! Pistol is just awesome, I love him. One question, How many skinned up knees and elbows will it take before he learns he can't walk between my legs? LOL  Line of sight isn't good enough for this guy. He has to be right with me. We were welding up an H brace in a fence and put him in the bed of a truck to keep him out of the way only 6 or 8 feet from us. and he still bailed out of the truck bed to get in the middle of everything. Well, we're off to our first Vet visit! Luck and  Love to you and yours. *Johnny NV
Blue Lacy Owner
 Everything went great! She is Beautiful, and so sweet! We will keep you posted. Holly, FL

 

 

Hello,
Just wanted to comment on your great website, found out about it from a friend who has two. We have quite a few of them here in Dallas. They are not papered but are true Blue Lacys. The parents had papers. I would say that we have some experience with the breed. They are the cleanest dogs I have ever come across. Their skin and fur are different and really don't have an oder the way other dogs do. Even when they're wet. Their skin seems to heal exceptionally well. They become very old around 17. Texas Triple magazine did a great article on the breed a few summers ago. They say there are only about 10,000 total. It's great to see that you are doing such a great job. They are great dogs. Your website is beautiful.

Eva TX

Texas State dog ~ herding style?

I can't offer you a lot of info on this breed, only our one personal experience with them.

We were called by a friend (Festus, yup his name is Festus). He is one heck of a cowboy, but he needed help catching a cow off a place where her owner lost the lease. It is ROUGH country, and she had been running on it virtually undisturbed for about five years. Lots of dense cedar trees and brush on 640 acres --- a lot of it too thick to walk or ride a horse through. But not so thick a cow couldn't brush up in it. We had several cowboys horseback, a couple of Border Collies and Australian Cattle Dogs. The dogs would track her, but were not able to bring her out into, and keep her in the open. Singles (especially rogues) are tough to impossible to work. We were having trouble keeping track of where the dogs were in order to help them as they all worked quietly and she stayed on the move as much as she could.

After several frustrating hours, Kent called a friend and borrowed a couple of his Blue Lacys. They, along with our BC's and ACD's, trailed her up, and by listening for the Blue Lacys baying, they were able to locate them. Flushed her out in the open and roped her.

She was not amused. (c;.
Lori
XP Ranch, Oklahoma

Thanks again for all your help, that email was more than informative!! Just by speaking and seeing the effort you put forth in these dogs, its convinced us that working with you to find the ideal pup for our lifestyle will have plenty of benefits. I also talked to Dave, who spoke highly of you and your understanding and timely investment of this breed. We have no problem waiting and are very excited at the opportunity to own a Lacy pup!! Thank you once again for all your help and time, its greatly appreciated.


Vin and Kelly

Thanks to everyone for dropping me a line to let me know how much you enjoy Blue Lacys and appreciate my efforts on their behalf.

*LacyGameDog ~ Stephanie