Exported to Mexico
Zorro’s owners share his story:
“Zorro was such a beautiful dog, it was like looking at a painting or a sculpture or any other expression of art. Wherever we went with him, to our daily walk, or traveling, we ended up tired, because everybody wanted to pet him, asked thousand questions … He was a Show Stopper!
And his character! So big and so sweet, my boy. He was always giving you “the look” asking for your permission to kiss you. Here in Mexico family and friends renamed him “el Besucon” (the kisser). Zorro was always on guard when strangers approached, standing between the stranger and us, protecting our space.
Zorro was such a joy after dinner time– cheerful and playful, as if thinking “Let the toy parade start!!!!” He would bring you any number of toys to play with you!! Running all over the place beeping his toys, every night!
Family’s Sunday brunch revived his herding instinct. Zorro did not to let the younger members of the family do crazy things. As soon as things escalated, he began to circle the children, not allowing them to run or fight. It was so easy to integrate other dogs of the family, because Zorro always trained them to perfection. At family gatherings, Zorro’s favorite activity at was to accompany everyone singing Happy Birthday or “Las Mañanitas” with his barking!
In his 12 years of life, Zorro lived healthy, in good spirits and in good shape to the end of his days.
We have never, never, had a dog as loving as our Rainshade Bellagio in Blue, Zorro. Thank you, Dr. Sharon Vanderlip, for the time and expertise you invest in producing this beautiful, exceptional specimens. Hopefully, soon we’ll have another Rainshade Blue Boy in our Family, adding again to your long list of exports!”
Delia & George Garza
Non-carrier of progressive retinal atrophy/rod cone dysplaia type 2
Non-carrier of canine cyclic neutropenia