Hexcel of Magic Rock Farm Stabyhouns, called “Paxon”
Paxon lives in Saunderstown, RI.
Click on photo below to see pedigree, hip and elbow results for Paxon.
Our dog’s bio:
Paxon was born May 9, 2017. He was one of eight pups born to Stella, a beautiful brown and white female from Magic Rock Farm Stabyhouns, and sired by Jorah (Simcoe Stabys Noorden Ridder), our first Stabyhoun. When Jorah became part of our family in 2014, we knew right away we wanted to contribute to the growth and wellbeing of this special breed. We kept him intact and were thrilled when the BAC and Judy and Chris Mitchell chose him as a mate for Stella.
From start to finish, the process of pairing these two wonderful dogs was a very positive experience. The resources provided by the BAC were very helpful and the Mitchells were great partners to work with. We were able to be with the litter from the first day and to see the pups as they grew from birth to eight weeks. Needless to say, we had bonded with these happy, healthy pups and decided we really couldn’t fully part with them. And that was how Paxon came to live with us.
Since he was a puppy, Paxon has been a very outgoing, inquisitive, and adventurous dog. He is happy, playful and affectionate. He loves to be cuddled. When we’re active – hiking, swimming, playing, working on the property – he’s right there with us. But when we calm down and settle in, he does the same. He is smart and trains easily. He is very agile; loves to run, retrieve, and play with us and our young grandsons. He has a strong scent orientation and is always tracking when we are out on the property, in the woods, or on the beach. He would be a great candidate for agility training or other more formal events if we had the desire to invest the time.
Jorah, Paxon’s father, continues to be intact. We wondered if there would be dominance issues with two intact males in one household. While Paxon has a much more outgoing personality than his gentle dad, he learned to respect the pack hierarchy with Jorah as the leader. They are the best of friends. Paxon is great with our young grandsons (three and five years), guests in our home, and our two cats. Everyone who has spent time with Paxon comments on his happy, sweet disposition.