Sherick's Bloodhounds


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Breeders Of Champion, Mantrailing
and Pet Bloodhounds

Dogs from Our Past
EZ



EZ
EZ EZ head shot
At left with Jim Adams
Ch Judiciary's BIGEZ of Sherick
Am/Can Ch Sherick's Tobias Heartland's Pride
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Ch The Judiciary's Amicus Curiae


Pedigree

CH. Judiciary's Big EZ of Sherick
5/17/91 - 10/15/03

Below: EZ with some of his favorite toys at 12 1/2
EZ EZ
Sometimes things just don't fit!
EZ EZ
EZ was one of those dogs that touched the hearts of everyone that knew him. His name was appropriate, he wasnear to perfection. Living with him was a joy since he was always happy andeverything you asked of him was EASY just like his name. You could hold on to his lead with the tip of your little finger to control him. Anyone owning a Bloodhound knows that this is very rare in this breed. I only know of one thing he ever chewed up in his entire life, even as a puppy. He loved cats & they loved him. One of our favorite sites was to watch him at the door, with the cat rubbing on him.The cat would stand on his hind feet to stretch up to his face to snuggle against him,creating a picture of pure love through the door glass. He never pounded on the door like the others, instead he would patiently wait until you asked him to come inside. A gentleman in every sense of the word. His love for toys never faded over the yearsand to watch him with them was pure entertainment. He made sure hewas constantly surrounded by stuffed toys, lots of soft fuzzy ones. One time I counted how many he had carried into his crate.........62!! He looked like ET hiding in the closet instead of EZ in his crate.

He took ill in Sept with cancer, he was one of the hardest for us to lose. We will always be reminded of him through his wonderful prodigy.

Missed sorely by Sherry & Dick Duling, Jim Adams, his manyfriends, and all of our bloodhounds and the cat too!


SHERICK'S BLOODHOUNDS
Sherry Duling
21250 S Michigan Rd
Quenemo, KS 66528-8149
(785) 453-2406
email: shericks.bh@embarqmail.com