Elizabeth Taylor
1954

"Beau Brummell
"
A Desert Willow Aussie Production
Starring

Cool Hand Luke "Newman" & Elizabeth Taylor


Newman & Elizabeth

This litter produced 4 Natural Bobtails and 4 with full tails

We will present this litter online after we temperament test and work with our waiting list. This process
begins in 2 weeks. Check back then to see if there is availablity in this litter...





"Lady Patricia"
Played by Elizabeth Taylor
Black Tri - Female

New Home: Jacque - El Paso, Texas
Owners of TWO Desert Willow Aussies!





"Beau Brummell"
Played by Stewart Granger
Black Tri - Male

TAIL
New Home: Eric & Nancy (and Emie) - Las Vegas, Nevada
Owners of TWO Desert Willow Aussies!





"Rosemary Harris"
Plays Mrs Fitzherbert
Red Tri - Female
TAIL

New Home: Christian & Erica - Albuquerque, New Mexico

Erica is a Personal Training Coach at Big Barn Crossfit in Albuqueruque





"Madam Binard"
Played by Yvonne Andre
Black Tri - Female
New Home: Teresa - Albuquerque, New Mexico
Owner of Southwest Delivery






"Prince of Wales"
Played by Peter Ustinov
Black Tri - Male

New Home: Leroy, D'Nelle, Trevor, Deambra, Elaina, & Sera - Albuquerque, New Mexico





"Lady Manley"
Played by Ann Hanslip
Black Tri - Female
TAIL

New Home: Sean, Tatyana, Aidan & Elizabeth - Phoenix, Arizona





"Bessie Love"
Plays the Maid
Black Tri - Female

TAIL
New Home: Crystal - Appleton, Wisconsin
Owner of 4 Desert Willow Aussies
Foundation Service Dog training with Limitless Pawsibilities





"Countess Marie"
Played by Margaret Withers
Black Tri - Female

New Home: Scott & Nicola - Tempe, Arizona

"Litter Notes"

Puppy Visit Day

Hedy Lemarr, Lucille Ball, Elizabeth Taylor & Belle Starr puppy parents...A HUGE thanks to Anna Lisa Photography for...

Posted by Desert Willow Aussies on Wednesday, February 17, 2016
 



Puppy Mush




The quietest time of the day. MUSH!

 

Posted by Desert Willow Aussies on Thursday, February 18, 2016



Beau Brummell  

The family relocated to Los Angeles, where Mrs. Taylor's own family had moved. Mr. Taylor followed not long afterward. A family friend noticed the strikingly beautiful little Elizabeth and suggested that she be taken for a screen test. Her test impressed executives at Universal Pictures enough to sign her to a contract. Her first foray onto the screen was in There's One Born Every Minute (1942), released when she was ten. Universal dropped her contract after that one film, but Elizabeth was soon picked up by MGM. To read more CLICK HERE


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