Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Possum Playing

Old Possum in the cherry tree was aggravating Spud, Cora, and Opal in the summer heat.

Thursday, July 16, 2015

Sissy Goes To New Home

Sissy has moved to Johnson County, AR.  She will be living on the cattle farm of Gene and Elaine Leeds.  We are excited about the 500 acres she will have to run free on.  Gene is a retired Wildlife Biologist.     We will miss Sissy but are so pleased with her new home!  Gene's brother is King Tut's master!

Saturday, June 27, 2015

Young Female Feist For Sale

 Sadie had two pups and I am keeping them.  One male and one female, but I am going to sell Sissie.  She is out of Spud and Opal.   Spook is her grandmother on both sides.  She is just turned two and is only what I would call a started Feist.  I am getting old and will not have many more Galla Feists for sale, but since I am keeping the two pups and am letting this one go.  I will be picky about who gets her.  She is registered NKC.  I sell 6 week old pups for $ to give you an idea...I will probably need twice that. call........479 890 8090. She is trained to a zip line, pen, and I have let her run loose.

Friday, May 29, 2015

Taking Care of Business

 If you love snakes you will not like this...Cora hates snakes and goes after them with a vengence.  It's shake, they rattle and roll!  Cora takes care of business.

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Happy Birthday, Lady

 Belle's little grand puppy, Shinn's Lady To The Max, turned 12 this month.   She lives in Virginia with the David Shinn family.  She is special--not because of her cock ear, smooth bark on the tree, excellent nose, eyes like a hawk!  No none of those, Lady is special because she has the same big heart that her grandmother, Belle Starr had!

 Here is David's email to us!
Mr. and Mrs. Renfroe,

Hope all is well and you have been spared from all of this years storms, flooding, and tornadoes.

Attached are a few pictures we took of Lady today - celebrating her 12th birthday this year!!  

We are still in Virginia and the grays continue to get her undivided attention.  She is doing great - still learning tricks and playful as ever!

David Shinn