Big Sky Border Terriers​
The Lowry family

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Customer Testimonials

Dear Roy and Linda,

I have been meaning to send this email for awhile but life has gotten away from me.
We are writing to say Thank You! Bentley is everything we imagined and more. He is the greatest dog.
I know that when I originally sent you my wish list for a puppy (middle of the road in terms of energy level, not a big barker, grizzle) you had said that it would be pretty hard to ensure all of those things.
Well, Bentley is all of that and more. He never barks. And I mean never, he will occasionally growl when playing with an especially menacing toy and that's about it. He can go on a 3 mile run with us, or lay on the couch while we watch a movie.
He is a very fast learner and knows how to sit, stay, shake etc. He is incredibly social, loves to play with all dogs (especially the big ones) and is always the envy of all the other owners at the dog park.
We are so grateful to you and the friend you have given us. He is a member of our family and we take him everywhere we can.
We know that he is so amazing because of the love and care you gave him the first 2 months. We know we have a lifetime of awesome memories with Bentley, and we have you to thank for it. Please enjoy the pictures.
Nick, Saryne and Bentley​​
Dear Roy and Linda, We feel we need to tell you how disappointed we are with our puppy. For starters, all of our neighbors are jealous of us because our puppy is the cutest one on the block. Now we have no friends. Secondly, Flo is a cuddle  bug and wants nothing more than to sit on our laps and be loved. Now we can't get any work done. Thirdly, she won't let us go near her with out giving us a kiss. Now we are always full of puppy love slobber. Next, Sean is not happy that his 15-year-old son talks baby talk to Flo when he should be putting on his football pads for practice. And finally, as I sit here trying to write my report cards, I am hindered by her charm as she stares up at me waiting for a tummy rub. So disappointing. Love, Nancy, Sean, Samantha and Liam​​
Roy and Linda,

I thought we should say hello and let you know how everything is with our
border puppy we adopted from you last June. Where do I even begin?? He is
just the most wonderful dog we could have even imagined owning. Ryler just
has something about him that makes you fall in love with him. Everyone he
meets is just smitten with him especially my parents; so much so that we
even call my dad "Grandpaw".

Roy, you told my husband when we were looking at getting him that the male
borders tend to not be quite as cuddly and need as much loving as the
females. I was a little bummed about that since my husband wanted a male,
but I wanted a puppy that loved to be cuddled. I ended up getting the
cuddly puppy that I've always dreamed about. He loves to lay in my lap or
next to me and take a nap. When we first had him, nearly every evening he
would fall asleep on my lap. So I nicknamed him "Buggie" since he is such a
cuddle bug.

Now don't get me wrong, he is definitely not a girly puppy. He is
definitely a man's man dog. Ryler loves the outdoors and couldn't get
enough of camping and being at our family's cabin last summer. He loves to
play tug-a-war and hunt his stuffed animals in the house. His first snow
was an interesting experience, but after he figured out what it was, Ryler
had a hay day playing in the snow all winter long. He loves snowmobiling,
cross country skiing, and snowshoeing, and does a great job trampling
through the three feet deep snow. He may be a little dog, but I think he
thinks he is the size of his best friends which are a yellow lab and a
Great Dane. Ryler loves people and any dog.

Neither my husband nor I have ever had a dog before so we were a bit
apprehensive about training a puppy and how destroyed our house would get.
All those worries were unwarranted with Ryler. He was so easy to house
train and had very few accidents. He also was so easy to teach tricks too.
Ryler can sit, stand, lay down, backup, roll-over, play dead, shake, high
five, and wave bye. He picked up on those tricks very easy. We have ran out
of things to teach, but since it is finally getting nice outside again, we
have started working on "stay back" which is our word for heel. Once again
he is catching on like a champ. We also love that he rarely barks and never
barks back when other dogs are barking.

I could rave on and on about him. I am not too sure what we did without
him. Yesterday, April 6, was his birthday, and it was fun to celebrate.
It's like he is our kid. I love the way he hugs my arm when he wants me to
pick him up and the sweet whines he gives us when he wants to play. He is
smart and inquisitive and a definite escape artist. We feel so blessed to
have him. Ryler has taught us so many things and makes our lives sweeter by
being in them.

We pray all is well with you and your family. Hope you enjoyed our update.


Hi Roy and Linda
I just wanted to drop you a note to let you know how much we are enjoying this sweet little girl.
She has come into our lives and melted all of our hearts. It's like she has been a part of our family forever.
Stella loves her new big doggy brother Rudy and is still very curious about our cat.
She has stolen the hearts of all the neighbor hood children and enjoys running around our back yard chasing leaves.
She is seriously such a good puppy. She sleeps through the night, she is a total cuddle bug and she loves being read to,
which makes her the perfect homework helper for our kids. Thank you for giving us such a gift
The Pierce Family​​
Dear Roy and Linda,
It has now been eleven years since we got Rubble. He is ,of course,
our third child. He hikes everywhere with me in Colorado and has met
many a bear. To my amazement he has never barked at one, but has taken
refuge by a tree and or by me and doesn't move a muscle, which has
kept us safe . He does, however, love to chase marmots.  He is a
superior mouser , having bloodlessly killed 14 on bad year. He is
loving and comes camping with me always, he has his own toddler
sleeping bag. Best of all, despite his 11 years he still loves to
play.  I hope he lives to be twenty, but if not I'll be back for
All the best, Hilary​​
The Lowrys and their breeding business is legitimate and beyond reproach. We sent our money just as they are asking you to do and since we only live 3 hours away, we visited when our pup was 4 weeks old. We picked the pup up when he was 8 weeks old. The Lowrys were kind enough to allow our PudelPointer to pick out his brother and we really appreciated that. Their dogs are kept in the house and are treated like pets. The disposition of every dog that I met, and I met most of them, was excellent. Our mom is Pepper and the dad is Monte. The Lowrys know their business and take it seriously. Milla
We live in Bozeman Mt. so we were able to go to Helena and talk with the Lowary's and see how they raise Border Terriers. We were more than satisfied. I wouldn't be the least bit concerned about the business end of the arrangement. They are "the real deal." A close friend who is a dog trainer suggested a Border Terrier to us. We had never heard of the breed. They are so smart and fun--and ours (a male named KoKo) has four basic modes: They are play, food, sleep and trouble. The latter meaning that puppy's are puppy's. We love him.
Bob and Carol