After 39 years in business, we have had our share of very happy customers. Back in the 70's, we would get phone calls, but now we usually get emails from folks who are simply ecstatic about their dogs. This lady, Debbie, called me and then emailed me with a picture of her dog, Bella. She was so happy, and her praise of this dog was so overwhelming, I just had to put her on the first page of this tab, (I almost want the dog back now:). Anyway, enjoy. I have not embellished these letters in any way. Frank Jarman III 11/21/2010
From: @gmail.com Subject: Izer Update - Thanks Date: Wed, 3 Jul 2013 15:42:09 -0400 CC: @gmail.com To: email@example.com Hey Frank, I just wanted to let you know that we are very pleased with Izer. He was obviously bred to hunt; his nose seems to be very well developed, his posture is so proud and he loves attacking empty milk gallon jugs. He is very persistent, fearless and resilient. I'm very happy overall with the quality of Airedale/dog/animal that he is. Sometime in the future I will send you a picture of him fully grown for your records, I can't speak of your past Airedales, but this one had to be one of your best. Ok, at least best of the litter. Or so it would make me feel happy, ha. Also, he seems to be growing to be a great protective family dog, just like we wanted. Again, thanks. Miguel & Danelle
To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Airedale puppy From: @aol.com Date: Sun, 14 Nov 2010 11:44:14 -0500 We bought a female Airedale puppy from you in late February. I just wanted to tell you this is the most incredible dog I have ever know. This was our first Airedale and she has far passed our expectations. I have always had dogs, but I don't think there has ever been one that I have been so pleased with. She is beautiful, happy, and eager to please. Thank you so much for my Bella.; Sincerely Debbie S.
Frank, My name is Dale and we live in MI. We have gotten 2 dogs from you, one in 1994, and the one we have now in 2003. While the first one was good !, the second is remarkable in every way. Configuration, mussel tone, attitude, personality and intelligence are all outstanding. My wife was partially disabled in an auto accident in 96 and will now frequently loose her sight, sometimes her hearing, and sometimes both -- especially when she becomes fatigued. "Abe" knows before she dose that something is going wrong and will try to intervene in her activity and tell her that it's time to quit. He also will guide her back to and into the house when she looses her sight. He tell her when she need to rest and when what she is doing is no longer a good idea (he has even unplugged the vacuum sweeper to make her stop before she passes out). He is great with the animals and considers them his to guard and protect. He will check the perimeter if the chickens, peacocks, geese or especially the guineas give an alarm call. He stays within the underground fence (about 1.5 acres) unless my wife has wondered away and needs help, or, you get the gun. He believes that no one except US should be shooting within 3/4 miles of the house and will come and tell us about it when they are. He lets us know when he hears a coyote or when he sees a coon at the edge of the woods 200 yards away. He stay close when hunting but he doesn't bark tree. I only wish I could take credit for even some of the things he dose, but the truth is he has taught himself these things. His bond with us and his ability to perceive what we need seem to be genetic, as is outstanding physical configuration (looks as though his hips are getting a little stiff when he gets up). I stopped at your "old" house north of Battle Creek the other day to see if there was the possibility of you using him as a stud so that we could get a pup from him and he could start training the pup, but I see now that you have moved to a more friendly climate. I will try and attach some photos that show Abe's conformation (I think he looks a lot like his dad), maybe you know of someone with a good bloodline that we could bread him to? Thank You for any direction you might be able to give; and THANK YOU FOR ABE ! ! ! Hope your basking in the warm weather!
Hello Frank, I was very nice to talk to you this morning. Jazmine (Airedale) is doing great. She is 24 in and 40 lb. I think she will put more weight on. Here is 2 pics of her when she was 5 months old. One question, she is a picky eater and does not have a great appetite, it is hard to make her gain weight. Are Airedales like that? She has great socialization, great temperament, a lot of energy, very loyalty and very smart. Her voice is strong but she does not bark unless somebody is really close to the house, compare to my schnauzer that barks all the time. "Jazz", is 7 months old in this picture above. Hope you like the pictures, Evelin
From: harriett@------.com To: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: REMY Date: Fri, 15 Nov 2013 17:47:38 -0500 Hi Frank – I wanted to tell how much we love Remy. Attached are some photos of him from over the past year. One of the ones called Remy was his first glamor shot that I use on some of our advertisements. The other Remy photo was of him behind a wheel of our truck. He is one beautiful dog. We have people stop us everywhere to comment on how gorgeous he is. He weighs 90 lbs. now and is a powerhouse and incredibly agile. He constantly challenges us to games of chase by stomping his front paws down. Lately he has taken to running and jumping to the point where he is starting to look like a flying reindeer here so close at Christmas. He is such a loving dog, so loyal and fierce if he thinks his people are in any danger. Sometimes I work late at our shop by myself and with Remy here, I have no concerns at all. Our employees love him and would take him home in a heartbeat if we let them. I wanted to thank you for breeding such great dogs. The Airedales are known as having a comic side and Remy has kept us laughing throughout this year with him. We look forward to many more years together with our beloved companion. If anyone wants an Airedale who is superior in every aspect, I’m sending them to you. Thanks. Harriett
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"120lb. Male, 3 Years Old"
Eddie @ 9 months
From: "Lisa, M."
Date: March 7, 2017 at 8:39:35 PM EST To: frank jarman Subject: Re: Eddie Hi Frank – I thought you may like to see Eddie and how good he is doing. Also, I can tell you he is going to be a great guard dog.... he already shows us that he is protecting us and this house. Lisa M.