|Fox Meadow Ástrós Blómálfur
"Beloved Rose the Flower Elf"
Is out of our Thordunu
Leppatuska "Elsie" and
Runestone Toblerone Kaffisson.
There has never been a puppy
more Elf like than she. She has
become a silly little thing like her
mother and she may be the best
snuggler in the house.
For some reason she and Jon just
clicked, so she became his 40th
Birthday present. As far as he is
concerned she can do no wrong,
and in truth she really rarely does.
Rosie is the granddaughter of our
AKC Ch. Isi Kaffisukkolathi, we
are thrilled to have a second
generation on Kaffi. She certainly
has inherited his easy going
outlook on life and her mothers
incredible drive. The combination
makes a really fun dog to live with
who is just too stinkin' cute.
Rosie has a very nurturing
personality, we could see this
even in the whelping box as she
made an effort to keep her two
tiny sisters warm, seeking them
out. She is the first to befriend a
visiting dog and she just loved
"helping" take care of the 2011
Rosie became an International
Champion in 2014 and is just a
few points away from her AKC
champion. Her daughter Meadow
is a German Kennel Club and
German Club for Nordic Breed
Champion, Meadow is the fourth
generation of owner handled
Champions beginning with her
Great Grand sire Kaffi for Fox
|Rosie at 1 year
|Rosie at 6 months old, our Card
for the 2010 Holidays
|Rosie, training as one of Santa's
Elves at 6 months old, our
holiday greeting in 2011.
|Rosie at 4 months old
having fun at her first
|Like her mother and half brother
Jolasveinn, Rose has great drive
and no fear! Rosie taking on our
Shetland rams at 10 weeks.
|Rose at 6 weeks, don't mess with
|Rosie ready to take on the world
at 6 weeks
|Say your sorry Kjartan!
Rosie and Kjartan 6 weeks old
|Rosie with littermate Thorn
demonstrating their interest in moving
the sheep. This was the first time
they'd seen sheep at 10 weeks old, not
only did their natural instinct kick right
in, they had the young rams moving.
|Rosie 2 years
Mjoll, Elsie and Rose
|Chubby Chicks Rule
Rosie after her Best of Breed win
|Rosie looking for some fun in the