I thought it about time
to send you a thank you. I have
been meaning to do it for years!
I bought Nikonis Ursus, Khan, from
Jungle book, as my daughter
named him, from you on 23/5/2001.
Khan being born on 26/03/2001
from Karanberg Enzo and Nikonis
Jazz. We should have called him
Balloo, far from being the scary
angry tiger, he is very much the
soft, daft and extremely loveable
He has given us so much
joy over the almost ten years
that he is now. He did some
local trials work in his early
days but a young family and
buisness meant that most of his
life has been as a valued
companion and family member.
Coming up to ten years he is
still very fit and active.
Myself and my family have always
had GSD's, when I was born my
mothers first dog was six months
old and we have never been
without them. I can honestly say
that through all that time I
dont think I have ever had such
a well put together
dog, (although the K.C might not
agree because of his long coat!)
His temperament has always been
outstanding, surprising even the
most hardened anti GSD (he was
attacked by one once!) dog
walker that is always around the
A true ambassador for
Thank you for giving
myself and my family such a
truly great dog that has given
us so much joy over the years
and hopefully lots more to come.
I hope that in the future maybe
once again I can give one of
your dogs a good home as I
believe that I now would not
want to be without a Nikonis GSD.
With many thanks,
I just thought I'd send you these recent(ish) photos of Nikonis Atlantic, brother of Ace (or 'Nikonis Gobby' as he was named at the puppy training classes!) His informal name is Kain, though.
Honestly, I have never met a gsd with such a cheeky/intelligent/protective and endearing nature such as Kain and I want to thank you for providing me with the fine companionship that he has given me over the years.
He's getting an old man now (8 years old on Nov 5 this year, if I calculate correctly), but he is still in good health; he's slowed down somewhat compared to his mental ball chasings of his youth, but he is still vigorous in his nature.
He still loves to play-fight/wrestle with me (as he always has), but is loving and compliant the second I tell him to 'calm down'. As a slobbery drinker, he even 'licks his lips' on command when trailing watery drool onto the kitchen floor! He has always been excellent with children and even became best friends with a stray kitten I rescued and kept.
Here they are playing together - Best £500 I ever spent.
Fighting Like Cat And Dog... - Awesome video clips here