Pippin and Hawthorne produced such lovely puppies last year
they are scheduled to do it all again this year. They met and
mated in April. And they seem to have a fondness for holidays.
Last year, pups were conceived on Valentine's Day. This year,
their youngsters could be born around Canada Day.

For more information,

Suzanne Zwarun at 403-279-5815

Zsuzse's Hawthorne is Thorny
Sire of 2018 litter


Zsuzse's Bombshell
Pippin and Hawthorne's daughter from their first litter

(2015) Pippin's first litter
two weeks old

three weeks old

four weeks old and meeting the wider world

Worn out by the wider world



Zsuzse's Pink Fir Apple
Born August 2011
You might well ask: Where do they get these names? From a
potato, in Pippin’s case. In tribute to a bumper crop of potatoes
in my garden the summer she was born, Pippin and her
littermates got their registered names from the many delightful
names that have been given to potatoes. The Pink Fir Apple is
my favourite variety of potato and so the name was bestowed
on my favourite pup in the litter. That proved too big a handle to
call out the back door so Pippin acquired the nickname of an
apple tree, the Cox Orange Pippin, since her legs mirror its
orange-red colour.

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Last updated May, 2018
Created by Gail H. Runge Aug 26, 2014