That'll Do Again
Marshville, NC 28103
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Noel was found after giving birth to a little of pups along a heavily traveled road just before Christmas.  So Noel and all the little reindeer came to stay with us.  Noel was recovering from surgery to remove the collar that was embedded in her neck.   What a trouper this girl was.  She raised those pups and trusted us enough to allow herself to be cared for.  Noel more about Noel
Boots is an extraordinary dog.  He will be a great athlete.  Check out his video.  This was Boots very first FlyBall Box Turn lesson.  It only took one hotdog and 1/2 cheese stick to convince him that getting on the box was a good thing.  Many dogs take weeks to learn this much, and Boots could do it within 10 minutes.  Boots also shows his Border Collie herding more about Boots
Albert is a very earnest dog.   Albert has come a long way from that soft eyed dog sitting in the back of a shelter kennel shaking.  His dog friend at the farm, Noel, is helping him to relax and have fun.  They play and run and jump into the air with such joyful abandon. I don't think I have seen a dog that so obviously enjoys freedom and play.  Albert has decided more about Albert
Wiggy was found by a dog lover who happened to see him after he was abandoned by his person in a park (with his leash attached).  He is a lovely happy happy boy (thus the name Wiggy as that is what he does when you talk to him).  He meets other dogs in a quiet self confident fashion, ignoring their silly growling and posturing by giving an invitation to play.  He is quite energetic more about Wiggy
Greta was hanging around the golf course trying to make friends and beg a little food. She wears a smile all the time and her entire body wiggles with joy when you give her attention and love.   She is about 6 months old, in good health and up to date on shots. She is being neutered this week.   She has a great temperament, and gets along with all the dogs in our pack (large, more about Greta