Lucy and Cymry
Waltzing Matilda’s I Love Lucy and Waltzing Matilda’s Crimson Cymry
Lucy and Cymry are had 7 beautiful babies, 4 handsome boys and 3 beautiful girls. Lucy and Cymry are both solid mediums so they should be true mediums from these two stunning parents! They also both have very sweet, loving personalities and are great with kids so this should be a fabulous pairing with some amazing puppies! Please check back or Like us on Facebook for updates
Lucy is absolutely stunning with a beautiful light caramel fleece coat. She is a solid medium. Everyone who meets her adores her! She is beautiful with a very sweet, caring and playful personality. She has a coat that people can’t resist touching. Lucy is great with small children and loves everyone she meets. She is routinely a participant in various tea parties, dress up activities and play dates. She passed her Canine Good Citizen test at 12 months old on the first try. She was also admitted to PAWS for People’s Therapy Dog program at 13 months!
Cymry (Pronounced Kim-ree) is a Crimson red boy who is absolutely stunning. Cymry is a perfect medium size, and his conformation is amazing. He is a nice stocky, blocky, solid boy, with a stunning relaxed crimson red fleece coat. Not only is he gorgeous, but he is the sweetest, most gentle dog imaginable. Cymry lives with his wonderful guardian family in Ellicott City, MD. His family can’t say enough about what a great dog he is. They absolutely adore him. People stop them everywhere they go to ask what kind of dog he is. His guardian has said that he has literally stopped traffic. You can certainly see why. Cymry has two 2 legged brothers and two 2 legged sisters. As you can see, they absolutely love each other. He is a wonderful, amazing, smart, loving, loyal dog.
Spring Valley accepts 5 to 6 non-refundable deposits per litter and reserves the right to retain puppies for breeding.
On rare occasion we may have to use a different male than originally planned due to unforeseen circumstances using a particular stud. We may decide to go with another male simply to improve a litter. Mother Nature participates in all breeding, thus the unforeseen can and does occur: small litters, non-conception, reabsorbed puppies and/or miscarriages, still born puppies, etc.
Upcoming litter arrival dates are estimations based on prior heat cycles. Actual due dates can not be determined until the dogs have been bred.
Sometimes a breeding dog becomes ill or fails to perform. We will work with you to make satisfactory arrangements if these circumstances occur.