The Queen busy bee of the Koping hive has left us........ "TAYLOR"Ch Daroca's Tale to Tell CD, TD, FDJ, AGMX, CGN, Am CD, OA, OAJ, RN, CGN -- MBPIG & multi group placing
June 21, 1996 - March 20, 2013
In August, 1996 when Rosemary entrusted me with a feisty puppy that on my drive home I named Taylor with a Tale to Tell, who would have thought she would have almost 17 years of 'tales to tell'?!! Taylor touched the lives of many Weimaraners as well as their owners as she produced two beautiful litters of 5 puppies and now has great great great grandpups to carry on with stories. Taylor was 'the little weim that could' -- at 23" tall and 52lbs she ruled the Koping clan of Weimaraners -- well in her mind ALL Weimaraners. And YES with just a look sometimes she could gain control of any group in the house, hotel, dog show or on a run.
She was the PERFECT nanny for raising litters as she let pups know the rules of the house without ever physically hurting anyone (ok some of the pups would say her 'roar' hurt their feelings) and I could trust her with any age of pups. Taylor always 'knew' when moms were about to whelp pups and after the births she would be on her tippy toes in excitement to smell and clean a puppy if held up to her -- she was most respectful to the moms and never would go into the box and would instead wait for one to be brought to her. Taylor would get on her tippy toes in excitement to meet any breed of puppy.
The past three years her number one job was being "Jimmy Choo's keeper' -- yup lil' Taylor ruled and kept rambunctious 83lb Jimmy Choo in-line :-) She was his BFF and vice versa. She was in control of the household throughout her whole life and no one challenged her for that position! How are we all feeling?? -- Blessed and Sad-- blessed to have had her in our lives for almost 17 years and sad because we just simply miss her........ As I've said, Taylor was an in charge classy gal who loved life and lived it to the fullest and yesterday was no different when she demanded her two group walks and ate her perfectly prepared meals, shared kisses, reminded others of manners and then relaxed in front of the fireplace and then later in the evening peacefully left us......