Carlotta vom Marienstätter Hof
Actually we did not want to keep a puppy from the C-litter, but shortly after their birth it was clear that if we will keep a puppy, it would be Lotte.
In the meantime Lotte has grown into a beautiful, very strong boned bitch. In contrast to her mother, Lotte is not ambitious when it comes to working or learning new tricks. But she likes to be cuddled all the time and she hugs you if you stop cuddling her. Lotte passed her licensing on August 13th, 2017. She gave birth to the F-litter by caesarean section on August 31, 2018, but unfortunately had to be neutered during the operation.
As if that weren't enough, Lotte's left eye had to be removed in November 2018 because a tumor was suspected there. Lotte had a teratoid medulloepithelioma, a tumor that is actually only known in horses and extremely rare in dogs. Accordingly, the veterinary clinic in Gießen was unable to give us much information about it. Lotte's operation went very well and the tumor was completely removed. We are optimistic that he will not come back and that Lotte still has a long life ahead of him. She recovered quickly from the operation and the scar has now healed well. Fortunately, you don't even notice Lotte's restriction.
Degenerative Myelopathie: Exon1 N/DM (Träger), Exon2 N/N (frei)