Rocky Mountain Dogs Utah
Location:Highland, Utah, United States
Email:Email Rocky Mountain Dogs Utah I'm the breeder behind Rocky Mountain Dogs - Utah located in Highland, UT. Our dogs are bred for temperament, sporting and just being an all-around great family pet. Mom's parents are avid shed and waterfowl hunters. One parent is a K9 dog at the Idaho/Canada border. Our stud is an avid hunter, pointing lab, and works at a gun club helping hunters with their upland game hunting.
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I'm the breeder behind Rocky Mountain Dogs – Utah located in Highland, UT. Our dogs are bred for temperament, sporting and just being an all-around great family pet. Mom's parents are avid shed and waterfowl hunters. One parent is a K9 dog at the Idaho/Canada border. Our stud is an avid hunter, pointing lab, and works at a gun club helping hunters with their upland game hunting.
We made it all the way home and she was a champion. She did about three little yelps at security and not a peep the rest of the seven hour trip. Such a good girl! And she adores her blanket. Thanks so much for your frequent videos and updates, and for meeting me at the crack of dawn. She’s going to be a good girl.
She’s having a ball. Zoomed everywhere after being cooped up. She even whined and pottied outside! …
Oh my gosh, she’s the best little thing! She has another girl and boy to play with and they all get along famously. Not one fight! She is half their age but holds her own. She snuggles up with me and is just adorable.
Thank you! She’s a great little dog. She doesn’t cry at night and never messes in her crate. I just love her to death.
Hello. I bought Lucy from you about six months ago. I thought I’d share some pics of her first trip to the water. She is an incredible dog. She’s very serious and quite skilled. While my other puppies are awkward teenagers, Lucy is insanely agile and powerful. She now jumps my four foot high baby gate that keeps them out of the living room like it’s not even there, while none of the others even come close to clearing it-not even the male who’s older and taller. She’s a stout, compact powerhouse with a massive neck and broad chest. She is all business, except first thing in the morning, when all the others get released from their crates and bolt out the door, Lucy rockets into my bedroom, shoots onto my bed and absolutely revels in morning tummy rubs and scratches. Anyway, she’s just the best little dog and we are still just as tight as we were the day you handed her over and she licked my face. She is my GIRL. I just thought you’d like an update.
– Happy Puppy Owner, California