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Calamity is the most beautiful Blue Lacy I have ever seen. When she jumps it brings to mind the graceful beauty of a deer. She is an incredibly fast tracker and we swear she has an extra sense that is tuned just to birds. Whether in the car or in the house she knows any time a big bird is around and goes after it if she can. This comes in very handy when you  have little Frenchies running around that are perfect size to be carried off as lunch. She has perfect conformation and is what I strive for each of my female Blue Lacys to look like. She has the incredible smarts, great temperament and the superb cleanliness Blue Lacys are known for. With no noticable shedding. She is an
unbelievable mother to her pups. With all of her socialization she isn't shy at all and loves everybody. She is an incredible dog and you can see more of her in the slides at the bottom of this page.

         red lacy

"High Desert's Sage at Passion Moon"

"Stephanie,  Sage is absolutely a delight,  she fits in so well.  We have had a lot of laughs watching her interact with the other dogs.  She is really soft and gentle with them, they like playing with her.  The only time she cries is when she can't find me, and she sleeps in her crate just fine, knowing I am right next to her.  Now I know what you meant when you said there is nothing like a Lacy,  she is very unique, and so much fun to see what interests her at the moment."

New Blue Lacy Owner: Tricia, CA

 

Just wanted to check in and let you know that we have decided to call our little lacy girl "Zuni". You must have been adamant about crate training because she loves it in her crate and has never had an accident in it. In addition she has never pooped in the house and has only had a couple of pee accidents (for which I blame myself for not reading her properly).

She has quickly picked up many commands including sit, stay, down, wait, and heel. I am amazed at how trainable she is. I have taken volumes of photos and videos of her being clever and cute, but I have yet to download them to my computer. When I do I will pass on a few.
All the best!

New Blue Lacy Owner: Rachel, WA

 

 

One of my sources on the history of the Blue Lacy was the great, great, grandson of the Lacy brother's who lives just 4 hours from me in the hills and country of California. He has an autistic boy and has one Blue Lacy that is trained just for his autistic boy. It is too bad he has no interest in taking a more active role with the breed, but he has great stories. The original main purpose of the breed was for wild hog hunting. They would make these huge pits and send their Blue Lacys out to tease and herd the animals back to these pits. Then the Lacys would jump out the other side. This is the reason real Blue Lacys are such incredible jumpers. Mine have no problem going over a 5 foot fence, but I have never had a higher fence either. If the Blue Lacy couldn't jump it obviously didn’t survive the wild boar. They would then round up all the hogs and take them to market. They use them as trap line dogs and to flush out coyotes also. So they of course had to be very fast. They love to run making them perfect for Agility and active sports.

The reason the Blue Lacys look like all those other breeds is because some breeders are letting their dogs run free on their property with those breeds and when an accident happens they just change the name of the sire so they can register them with other registries and sell them as Blue Lacys. You can understand real Blue Lacy breeders frustration with them and what they are doing to the breed. We had no choice but to break off and to separate ourselves from these breeders by forming the American Blue Lacy Association. They really are an incredible breed. You will have a hard time thinking of new tricks to teach your Blue. Here is just part of what Calamity does on top of her Agility training and Obedience: Speaks (loud bark), whispers (her lips and mouth move with no sound), hand shake, high ten, dances up on hind legs, out (runs out and circles whatever you point at), Up (up on whatever you point at), spin left, spin right, go left, go right, I can walk and have her weave through my legs with each step, get around (she circles me and sits next to my left side), which one ( she chooses a closed fist for treat), comes from afar and downs at a distance, incredible stays where I can leave the room for minutes on end and she won't break it. That's all I can think of right now. It's hard to remember them all to even have her do them. lol

As you have seen I trust my Blue Lacys to be as gentle as can be with tiny new French Bulldog puppies. They can also be as rowdy with the adults as the Frenchies want them to be. It is easy to see how Frenchies were once bred to bait bulls as he is pictured here enticing Calamity to play with him. Mikie and Calamity are the best of buddies and he can hold his own with his very acrobatic, flying through the air moves as you can see in the slides below:

         

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Here you can see Calamity growing up:

             

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As you can see my camera has improved greatly. I am sure you can appreciate the change. lol

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