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New Champion Watson

We are so thrilled that Watson is the first CHAMPION for 2022 for Kazuri.

CH Kazuri’s Time For A Mystery.

He finished with WD under judge Mrs. Pamela Waldron Friday.

As a move up special, he received Best of Breed on Saturday under Mr. Ken J Murray for his first “ch defeat” and “5 GCH point major”. On Sunday, he got select dog for second “ch defeat” and “3 GCH point major”. On Monday he got select dog again under judge Ms. Pat Putman for 2 more GCH points. So – 10 points towards his GCH is a wonderful start.

I am so proud of this young dog.

Emmy & Brie’s pups eyes open

Emmy and Brie’s pups have their eyes open. It’s so cute when this happen as they start to move around and growl and play. I can’t wait to to start solids this week and for them to start to show their personalities.

Enjoy their latest photos.

BENJI – Emmy x Nick

JOEL – Emmy x Nick

SOLO – Brie x Nick

Padme – Brie x Nick

Sobe – Brie x Nick

Dorme – Brie x Nick

Penny’s pups are growing up

Penny is full recovered from her surgery and fully in love with her puppies. They are getting full bellies and growing bigger every day.

I hate to admit it, but they are so dang cute. <3

Penny and Watson’s family named them – so without further ado – here are:




I have a current waitlist. These pups wont be available – thank you for understanding.

Penny and Watson have pups

Sometimes you plan litters so carefully and they don’t work out, and other times Mother Nature has it’s own plans and you get an accidental miracle. I am not here to point fingers at anyone as there is no point in that. But, this wasn’t quite a litter I planned, but nevertheless it came – Penny was younger than the ideal age for breeding.

Under the guidance of Dr Thoreson from Klahaya, he felt Penny would be healthy enough to carry the litter despite her age. And thankfully, she had a healthy, complication free pregnancy.

Unfortunately during her labor, greenish goop came out which is not a great sign. I called Dr Thoreson and he agreed to do a c-section. One of her pups had died a day or so before, and so was un-saveable. But we got 3 healthy pups out alive – 2 boys and a girl.

Penny is starting to recover well and though she thinks the babies are aliens, I am sure she will fall in love soon. Funny story, we put one of the beagle pups on her boobs to make her nipples easier to latch onto. Oh the things we do as breeders.

At this stage none of these pups are available. Thanks for understanding.

Emmy & Brie’s beagle pups at a few days old

I just wanted to take some nicer photos of the pups -so enjoy them <3

Emmy x Nicks babies – I went with a famous “twin” theme – Benji & Joel Madden from “Good Charlotte”.

Boy 1 – Benji

Boy 2 – Joel


Brie x Nicks babies – Since they were born on “May 4th”, I went with names of Star Wars characters.

Boy 1: Now known as Solo (as the only boy)

Girl 1: Now known as Padmé

Girl 2: Now known as Sabé

Girl 3: Now known as Dormé

Brie welcomes her new babies into the world

Brie (Hailstorm’s Allouette) usually lives with Mike and Karen in Tennessee, but with Karen having surgery they asked if she could whelp here in WA. She is a maiden at 6 years old and was bred by them, but of course I am happy to help out. She is closely related to my dogs and Emmy’s BFF so they will be “sister moms” together whelping so closely.

This is the pedigree of the litter for those interested:

She went into labor late Monday night and then labored Tuesday. It wasn’t till Tuesday evening that we really started to see things start to transition. She started to squat to pee a lot so we knew the sensation of pressure was starting to get more intense in the evening and so we kept her isolated and away from the other dogs

Her first baby was born at 10:45. A big bonnie boy – he got a little stuck but we got it out. He was 9.28oz

Just over an hour later, she started to push again.

I was delighted to see our blue streak had been broken with a girl – 9.49oz

We then had a big gap. Brie was relaxed. I took her to go bathroom, and she pottied and she settled in with her 2 babies. Occasionally she would get up and move around but it felt more like she was moving a baby down than pushing. I kept checking on the dopplar and heartbeats were a steady 220ish so that was good. It took everything inside me not to be panicking that something was wrong. Around 4am she starting pushing again. Brie pushed out a giant girl – 10.97oz – this one was a dry birth making it extra hard and so i had to help her a lot. The poor baby had a purple face for quite a while. But she was okay.

Our last baby was another girl, born just before 5am. She was 8.78oz. Her birth was textbook and easy and I was grateful.

Brie has settled into motherhood beautifully. She fiercely loves her babies and cleans them and cuddles them. I am grateful.


I guess it’s time to make it “Official” 🙂

“Kazuri N Van-Mar Raising The Reef” aka Crush will be staying here at Kazuri (this was formerly Magnus for anyone following the litter on Chelsea’s page).

We will be keeping a close eye on him as he grows. Finding Nemo was one of my favorite movies when it came out, so it was a natural choice for him to go with our ‘beachy’ theme.

We love so much about this puppy – most of all his confidence. Thank you Chelsea for raising such a confident happy little guy. I am so proud of Pud x Nick.

Our eternal thanks to Leigh and Helen for sending sweet Pud to us in the USA. She has added so much to Kazuri – I know Chels feels the same way. Thank you also to Mike and Karen for facilitating the breeding with Nick during the snow storm – we appreciated it so much.

Pictured below at 9 weeks

Watson makes a wonderful debut in Lewiston ID

We decided to debut Watson (Kazuri’s Time To Solve A Mystery) at the Lewiston ID cluster as we figured the 4 days would give him a chance to see what this whole “showing” thing was all about.

Well – figure it out, he did. He surprised us all with his success. On Friday he went WD/BOW under judge Mr Larry C Abbott. On Saturday, he went WD/BOW/Best of Variety for a 4 point major under judge Ms Lee Whittier. On Sunday he did it again by going WD/BOW/Best of Variety for a 3 point major under judge Mrs Vicky L Abbott.

What a debut indeed garnering both majors and over half his CH points! Thank you to all of these judges for finding Watson and overlooking his Covid enthusiasm – it is for this reason we hadn’t shown him yet – just wanting him to mature a little 🙂 HAHA.

Watson is the son of my imported girl from Debbie Kerr, “Kiss” (Kinvaar Kiss This TKN) and “Denny” (GCH Covington Designed By Time). Thank you to Heidi Mohn and Carla Mathies for letting me use their sweet boy on my Kissaroo.

Thank you to Tammie John Sommerson-Wilcox and Octavia Stensen for presenting him so beautifully this weekend. And thank you to Megan Hogan and Jeff for letting me borrow “our” boy so he could start on his CH title. I appreciate it so much.

Daisy gets her first points in Lewiston ID

Miss Daisy, Dutch’s “little sister” (only ’cause she is a 13) had a good weekend too in Lewiston (she didnt go to Albany).

While there weren’t as many points to be won in 13s, Daisy (Kazuri N Van-Mar Oops A Daisy Here Comes Trouble) walked away with 3 x Winners B and 3 x Best of Variety wins in Lewiston under judges Mrs Vicki L Abbott, Mrs Pamela B Peat and Mr David J Peat.

Thank you to them for awarding our little lady. Not too bad for her 2nd weekend in the ring. Thank you again to Sarah Smith-Falker for presenting her so beautifully this weekend. Thank you also to the Chamberlin family for looking after Daisy so well and allowing her to go for these weekend trips so she can work on her CH title – we appreciate your support so much. I was travelling and so couldn’t take her to these shows myself.

Back to back Best In Show

What a weekend to remember for Nick

At the Pensacola Florida shows, Nick wins Back to Back Best In Shows for his 6th and 7th BIS wins.

On Saturday we are thankful to judges Mrs Vikki L Abbot for the Variety win, to judge Ms. Jocelyne Gagne for the Hound group win and to judge Mr Gary L Anderson for the Best In Show.

On Sunday we are thankful to judge Mr Gary L Anderson for the Hound Group win and to judge Ms. Jocelyne Gagne for the Variety win and his Best In Show win.

Nick is MBIS MBISS MRBIS GCHG Kazuri’s All I Want For Christmas CGC TKN. The USA #1 15 inch beagle (Breed and All Breed) and #2 Hound.

He was bred by and is co-owned by Sarah Sweetman (Kazuri) and Mike and Karen Kurtzner.