|If you have a Redinbrin dog and you would like to have a photo and/or a blurb here, please email a photo and/or a blurb to either
Amanda or Lis, our Webmaster [links below].
Who is eligible?
Anyone caring for, and loving, one of the Redinbrin Golden Retrieves or West Highland White Terriers.
Angus and Lis
one Friend of
Angus, one of
dogs - and his
Brown - who
also be friend
As a Redinbrin
Angus has his
own page but
as a white
so that you
of his travels
country of ours.
Lis is currently
in Brisbane for
a while, so
Angus lives in a motor home [Mylittlebus] with his carer Lis, and his bus mate Ami - a
fourteen year old Australian Silky who is definitely the alpha dog. Lis has a website
Hi Amanda, Just an update on Sam. We
have made it through our first week with
always. He has really entrenched himself
well and truly in our family. What did we ever
is just a delight and changing every day, right
before our eyes.
He is really easy to train. Sits and stays and
knows which areas of the house he can and
can't go - most times!!!
Occasionally when he is gone for a little
while we know he is up to mischief ie loves
my sons dirty socks that he leaves on the
floor, and has done the Labrador puppy ad
with the toilet paper!!!
He loves all his food and chicken necks. He
is quite good at night now. The first night he
slept upstairs (Geoff slept with him in the
end). So we knew that wasn't going to work
so he is now downstairs in the garage and
after a couple of nights complaining (15 mins
max) he now barks twice and settles down.
He wakes about 6ish and is so very excited
to the start the day. He plays very
energetically, then has his porridge etc and
sound asleep again for an hour or so and
then is ready for the next game...
He loves his sandpit and not too bad in the
bath. Actually there is nothing of him when he
is wringing wet, he is all fur.
He has three favourite fluffy toys, dolly, wally
and footy. It is quite hilarious watching the
antics with these three.. I'll get Jen to forward
some photos of that.. He gets the sleeper
hold on them and then falls asleep himself
and actually just passed out with footy in his
mouth yesterday afternoon.
Well as you can probably tell, little (not for
long) Sam is very much loved and cherished
in our family and we are looking forward to
each stage in his life. I'll keep you updated
from time to time with information and
Thanks for producing such a beautiful pup
and all the information you gave us has been
.......Update on Sam below
Sam - one of Zara's recent litter - and a Friend of Redinbrin
Hercules - also from Zara's litter. Another friend of Redinbrin.
With Mum - at home
With Dad - at home
Collection day at
Saying goodbye to
Making himself at
Friend of Redinbrin
The most important decision you make as a Westie mum is finding a discerning breeder with the interests of the breed at heart. The moment I laid eyes on Redinbrin Westies I knew I had
found the professionals I was looking for. In December 2007 Amanda and Stephen presented me with a well-socialized pup who interacted perfectly with both humans and other dogs.
Tessa embodies the true character of the West Highland White Terrier. She is feisty but gentle, robust, incredibly intelligent and so very loyal. She spends her busy days playing with my
nieces, visiting my primary school classroom, chasing anything that moves in our backyard - and that includes the airspace above – and she spends her nights snuggled up in bed with me.
Tessa is one of Baxter’s girls and can’t you tell! Her coat is strong and white, her eyes shine like diamonds, she has a magnificent gait and just look at her stance. No, she isn’t a show dog
but there’s no doubt she could have been a champion – yes, I’m biased, but take a look at the pictures and see for yourself.
|Thank you Amanda and Stephen
for providing me with the perfect
little girl to share my life and my
Hi Amanda, Here is an update on Sam.. He is coming up to 12 weeks now, as you know, weighs 9.3kg and is delighting us everyday with his antics and intelligence. He is doing very
well with toilet training and now takes himself outside during the day. He was sleeping in the garage (at night) to start, but the internal stairs were proving a problem and when he
house, except our bedrooms. To my utter surprise he was brilliant. I woke at 6am to find him still asleep and only a small wet mark down the hallway. It's been a week now, upstairs at
night and during the day, and he waits till he is let out in the morning and does his business.
We couldn't have wished for a more beautiful dog.
I realise it is early days and he is probably yet to destroy my lounge suit/ and garden but to date he is brilliant. I've attached some recent photos.. as you will see he collects the paper in
the morning, loves his sandpit and enjoys nothing more than a game with anything!!!
He is booked in for his 12weeks vaccination Thursday.. So we are looking forward to taking him to the beach and dog parks. Geoff is enjoying his retirement and Sam has just added
to that enjoyment.
Good luck with the next litter, I'm sure they will be as beautiful as the last, (with the exception of Sam). ha.
|Phone:  3206 6460
Mobile: 0428 722 577
Friend of Redinbrin - Georgie. Goergie was not bred at Redinbring BUT has mothered a beautiful litter of ten with our own Hunter.
|Redinbrin Just Harry. Harry simply broke hearts at Redinbrin. Harry is Bella's
litter mate and was meant to stay to join the stud line up at the kennel.
Unfortunately he did not come up to show standard and instead of a working
life he has landed in the lap of spoilt luxury with ............... in Brisbane.
for women in Brisbane
As Angus is a Redinbrin Stud dog, he has a page here.