The other day I visited Tenro Kensha with my friend Ogawa-san of Gotenyama Kensha. We took one of Ogawa-san's females for a breeding, and also got to take a look at the latest Tenro litter. This litter is a Gin/Sakura litter with 4 boys and 1 girl. As is the norm with Tenro litters, most of the pups were reserved from a while back, but there are still 1 or 2 of the boys available.
The litter looked terrific, great bone/coats/brindle as I always see in Okabe-san's line. They do a great job of caring for the pups as well, and they get a lot of time with the Okabe's kids, in and out of the house.
It's always a pleasure to visit Tenro Kensha, and as usual they were terrific hosts. They're great people, and run a great kennel. My Nikon is out of commission (as usual I broke it in an incident involving boar) so all we got were some snaps on my phone, and a few I pulled from Okabe-san's blog http://kaiken-okabe.cocolog-nifty.com/kaiken/
I'll just add here that I'm sending a pup over to Oregon this week, and I have a family member going over later this month. If anyone's interested in importing a Kai pup, there are a few available, and the shipping will be loads cheaper than usual.
Here's Ogawa-san's female. She's a littermate of Kumi who is owned by Yamabushi Kensha in New Mexico.
Here's the pups playing with a glove covered in boar scent. They went right at it.
Here's the female of the litter.
Here's a picture of a female from a different line of Kai. I love the way her ears form a 'T' in this pic. She's available at the moment.
Here's one of Ogawa-san and I.