I wasn't really planning to get Centa. But still; From the day I knew that Gerd and Steinar Johannessen had a black bitch in their litter that was from the same combination as my dear Moyo, I really wanted her. I even went up to Gerd and Steinar to visit the litter a couple of times. But on this particular time, I didn't have the capacity for another dog, and on top of it all she was already promised to someone else. When Gerd phoned me a couple of months later, when Centa was 4 months old and asked me if I still wanted her, I couldn't say no. I took her in for a "test-period" just to see that she went along with Bambi. When the two girls became good friends, and Centa started to charm everyone around her, Centa was finally mine.
This is a decicion I won't ever regret. Centa is such a sweethearted dog. She is a lady withclear opinions, but it seems like as thogh she doesn't have a single worry in the world, and this reflects her personality. She is always happy, and ready to be cuddled or perhaps play?? She is though increddibly jelous. If Bambi gets some attention Centa is there in a second... She is a dog with immense amounts of energy, which she loves to use on running, playing and trips in the woods. She is also very trusting, and she loves people. Even most strangers and kids. If I for example bring her to a meeting e.g. she gladly jumps upon a strangers lap to be cuddled... She is also a great mum, and is the proud dam of our D and E litters.
She was put to sleep late in 2010 after a long period of being very ill, overweight and tired.
After several rounds with the vet's and countless bloodsamples it was agreed it was for the best. The cause has never been clarified, but the most likely reason is a rear allergic reaction she had to an abortion shot. We will miss you, Centa. Always.