TAYLOR was a spunky little girl who was the mother of my 3rd litter of 4 puppies. Unfortunately we lost her to a terrible accident and she never had a chance to reach her full potential.
SPENCER was my best friend who introduced me to the world of dog sports and always did everything I asked right up until two days before his death when he competed in Agility, He was just starting his nose work career when cancer took him from me
CLOVER Was my 2nd home breed champion and my first little tan and white beagle who was my pride and joy. She excelled in agility, obedience and Rally but was taken from me just before her 4th birthday with a form of cancer there was no cure for.
DUKE came to us at the age of 7 months from breeder Ann Roth from Harnett Kennels in North Carolina. He was a great show dog and sired 7 litters and some of his puppies went on to become Canadian Champions. He was the father of Clover and my new little girl Lacey. We lost Duke to prostrate cancer.
Our daughter Kara decided we needed a beagle when started law school. Riley came to us from Waskasoo Kennel in Red Deer, AB and he was her constant companion. Before Riley moved to Edmonton to live with our daughter I tried very hard to teach him agility but he was always much more interested in smelling the ground than playing with me. We lost Riley to brain cancer.
My son Christopher wanted a Spencer puppy so I decided to have a litter of puppies, unfortunately this litter was born with 3 puppies affected with Musladin-Lueke Syndrome which causes a tightening of there muscles and their feet do not grow properly and makes it hard for him to move around. Carter was loved by my son, his wife and their two little boys until his death.