Letters to Basswood 16
Occasionally we hear from people who have bought one (or more) of our puppies. 
These letters give us much pleasure. 
Here are a few of the pictures that have been send to us with extracts from some of the letters. 
Please be sure to identify your own dog by its Basswood name if you write to us -- we can't always remember!

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From: Eileen and Roy Miller
Re: Basswood Wanja (Dan)

Just to let you know Dan has settled in really well. It's five weeks since we collected him. Hopefully, if the technology works, you will get two photos of him with his big buddy Jet.
 

Regards 
Eileen and Roy Miller
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From: Paul Norsworthy - Sheffield
Re: Basswood Winnifred

"Life with Winnie"
I’ve been thinking of contacting you for some time as I still have your number in my phone after 11 years.  We have one of your dogs, Winnie (Basswood Winnifred – After Winnie Mandella you told me).

Winnie was born on 14/02/2003 in a large litter, I think you said 15. We actually had her sister, Basswood Oribi – 'Sadie', but unfortunately Sadie died in her sleep aged just 11 ½ months and heartbroken we approached you about the situation. You gave it some thought and offered us a replacement. Now at the time you assured us that the replacement was a near identical dog. It was rather odd however when we came to pick up Winnie, as she was a tiny little black lab and Sadie had been a big Sandy coloured girl! So with both of my daughters, then 6 and 18 months, we set off in the car back to our home. You had explained that Winnie had never really seen children and had never been in a house for any length of time, as she was kept in the kennel with the other dogs. Having brought her home she settled instantly and fell in with everyday life. She has turned out to be the most amazingly wonderful companion and is so gentle that all who meet her greet her and can recognise how lovely she is. I am really writing to say a huge thankyou for permitting us to have her through her long, healthy and happy life. She has been a privilege to own and we appreciate what a fantastically well-bred dog she is. She continues to have great enthusiasm for life’s pleasures of walking and eating, in equal measures and I hope she is with us for a few more years.

We have considered bringing home a new companion for her as she is a very sociable girl and enjoys mixing with all the other dogs in our family. We will be in touch with you again whenever we choose to bring home a new friend.

Thanks
Paul Norsworthy - Sheffield

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