Entelbucher Mountain Dog
Picture of Bayla, a female Entelbucher Mountain Dog

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Age: 16 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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Bay, Baybay, monster, napolean, BoBo

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:

November 14th 2000

Loves agility, toys esp balls, food, people esp kids, going places

doesn't like rude, bossy dogs or rude, bossy puppies

Favorite Toy:
any ball or her special tug (rip apart jail guy)

Favorite Food:
Arby's Roast Beef

Favorite Walk:
In the woods

Best Tricks:
back up, do figure eights in & around my legs, bravo (bow)

Arrival Story:
I had done alot of research on the breed & decided to fly out to Utah for a big breed gathering. I met many dogs & really liked Bay's mom. Her breeders picked her out, for me. I told them traits I wanted... Bayla is perfect (for me). We have been an inseparable team, ever since!

Bayla is very talented & athletic. She's achieved beyond my initial dreams & goals for her. She has made me dream bigger & aim higher! Bayla competes at the Elite level in NADAC agility working toward her Agility Championship . She has been herding instinct certified on sheep (HCT-s). She has earned her UKC Novice Obedience title (CD). She earned her AKC Canine Good Citizen certification (CGC) & recently became a certified therapy dog through Therapy Dogs International. She earned her Therapy Dog Internationals Active Volunteer title (TDIA) after completing 50 visits to the kids reading program, Special Olympics, plus other fun & educational events. In June 2007, Entlebuchers were allowed to start competing in AKC Companion & Performance sports. Bayla picked up her agility AX, AXJ, NJP & NF; obedience CD; & rally RE. She was 1 DQ away from her RAE. Bayla died this spring- from Lymes Nephritis & Anaplasmosis. Two tick borne diseases that overloaded her system. She had a lot of heart & fought hard but the tick diseases were too much for her. She was my soulmate... my once-in-a-lifetime partner. I think about her & miss her everyday but I am also grateful for the time, adventures & love we shared on this journey! Until we are back together again- God Speed BoBo!

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I've Been On Dogster Since:
July 3rd 2006 More than 10 years!

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