CH Wildwood's I'm No Angel "Jade And her daughters Wildwood's Rant 'N' Rave - Wildwood's Scantilly Clad AND CH Wildwood's Priceless Parasol

Jade was my heart and soul. I lost her at 10 1/2 years old but that was FAR too soon. She gave me such pleasure. I know everyone says they have the best dog ever but in Jade's case it was true. She never met a stranger, I could take her anywhere and if it wasn't for leash laws, I would never had to put her on a leash as she listened very well. Her love in life was food. I've never seen a dog that loved to eat as much as she did. She was a joy as a puppy, a joy to show and a joy as a senior. I will always miss her. She filled every day with love. She blessed me with one litter of puppies (3 of her daughters are below). She out lasted all 3 and I would like to think it was because she didn't want to leave me. I sure didn't want her to go. Rest in Peace my beautiful girl.
  She is now my Angel in the Sky.

Raven was a large dog in a small package. I use to call her my pocket pup. She didn't like to show but while she was showing she obtained the ABC's Most Bred By Exhibitor Plaque and the Charlotte Bradshaw Award. Raven only needed her majors to finish her championship when we found out she had Dilated Cardio. She was pulled from the ring to minimize the stress on her. I promised her I would not let her suffer and in March 2007, just after turning 4 years old, I helped her to the bridge. She is so missed as she was my lap puppy, sleeping buddy and just a joy to be around.

Tilly is semi flashy, so therefore the name "Scantilly Clad". I tried showing her some as a puppy but she just wasn't exactly what I was looking for. Although she is really nice, I thought she could use a little more leg and attitude in the ring. She showed well...but didn't ask for it. So I decided to spend my time and money on finishing Raven. She now just spends her days as my house dog along with her mother Jade and our newest member of the family Brody. Tilly's Echo came out great and her holter showed
89 VPC's but she will not be bred...she will just be loved... and I'm hoping to spend many years doing just that.  I lost Tilly in March 2009 after a short battle with Lymphoma.

Penny, was actually my pick puppy but when Margie Hennessey approached and said she was ready to get back into showing I decided to let her go as I knew it would be the best home and she would finish her championship...of which she did, despite a broken leg. Penny was a dream to watch in the show-ring and would have made a beautiful special. She was bred twice, the first resulting in a puppy we are now showing and the 2nd time resulted in tragedy. Penny passed during a c-section/spay. We will never forget that beautiful face and the personality to go along with it. But she left Margie, Lise' & Joyce with 7 beautiful puppies to carry on for her.  Three who have obtained their Championship.

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