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All pets deserve love, comfort, good food, good care, and lots of snuggles.

ReHome with LOVE!

We love and adore each one of our pets. Whether they have been for show, or for breeding, or for both. But we also know that each one deserves to retire to become the best pet you will ever know. They deserve to be able to go on walks without fear of disease, or what they may "bring" home on that walk. They deserve to sunbathe on the porch, or on the back of the sofa. They deserve to go for that bike ride that is so fun! So once our beloved pets are ready for retirement we start looking for the perfect family that will succeed in becoming the best family for our pets.

Its not easy, its actually one of the hardest things to do as breeders. We have poured our hearts, money, time, training, education, and life into each one. It is so hard to say "Happy Retirement". But they deserve to be rewarded in the best possible way. 

We love them and want the absolute best life for them. It is not a first come first serve process. If you are interested in one of our adults up for rehoming, you will be vetted extensively. Do not take offense at the questions we have for you if you are interested in one of our retirees.  If you let us know about your history and care of your pets, that is a huge help. That enables me to not have to ask so many questions.  I am ok with texting after we have visited over the phone or in person. Do know with the canine influenza spreading all over, we are not allowing at home visitations without exception. We are also trying to pick areas of meeting that most people will not bring their dogs to. Canine Influenza is highly contagious and will kill our puppies if brought home. 


Cowgirl has found her placement. She is going to an absolutely wonderful couple that have loved Miniature Schnauzers and Cairn Terriers. 


We love the name Rufus! We have had many puppies through the years named Rufus, but they go to other families. So he is nicknamed "Rufus, Bufus, Dufus Doo". 

 We got Rufus almost a year ago to be friends with Cowgirl. Rufus is not purebred; he is 50%Miniature Schnauzer and 50% Cairn Terrier. Both parents were health tested.

Cowgirl and Rufus would make when bred together; Avon Terriers. But after lots of research and visiting with Families who have an Avon (many adore them and are looking for another), we decided to not breed Avons. Not because the cross breed isn't lovely, but because we do not want to get ahead of ourselves. We are a small kennel and want to stay that way. We love what we do day in and day out, 27/7 365 days a year. Everyday is an adventure and lots of hard work mixed with lots of love. 

Rufus loves to be with you, where ever you go. He loves walks. He is leash trained. I do not allow him off the leash. Leash is required.  He is still on a puppy schedule due to him doing better on a schedule. That is the easiest way for me to continue his training. He is $250 rehoming fee, you are required to have him neutered and show proof of neutering within 60 days of ownership. 

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