Special Announcements

We take pride in our dogs, so from time to time we will spotlight some of them and the special things they have done after leaving our Kennel.
We hope you will check this page often to share their accomplishments.


All Puppies Have Homes!

Thank you to all the wonderful families who took home a puppy from our last litter. We do not have a planned litter at this time. Please continue to check our website for updates on Piper.

New Puppies!

We are pleased to announce the latest litter born April 21, 2019. Piper and Beau made a great breeding pair and gave us 9 healthy and beautiful babies. We have 3 yellow females, 2 yellow males, 3 black females, and 1 black male. Some deposits have been sent in so contact us to find out what is available. Watch this site for updated pictures as our puppies grow – and they will grow fast. This litter will be going to their new homes around the first/second week of June. Thanks for your interest in our puppies.


New Therapy Dog Certification!

Knox Hall

Face of Pet Therapy Program Retires
by Connie Cone Sexton – Nov. 10, 2009 07:53 PM
The Arizona Republic

For his last hurrah, Sundance returned to a familiar place to walk the halls, kiss a few hands and raise his head for many loving pats. The 8-year-old Labrador was back at the Beatitudes Campus, the care facility in north Phoenix where, more than three years ago, he made one of his first visits as a Hospice of the Valley pet-therapy dog. He was the top dog, the only pet when the Pet Connections program began in 2006. Now, 175 pets make regular visits across the Valley. It’s a healthy following, but one that Sundance is leaving behind.

Sundance has been the “face” of Hospice of the Valley’s pet therapy program, appearing in television ads for the facility with Hugh Downs.
He retired from his job in November, 2009.

Chisum Guinn Wins Awards

On his way to achieving his Junior Hunt Title – April 2009

Here is a picture of Chisum after winning the ETRC puppy stakes event.
He did very well on the retrieves. He was four for four, at about 20 yards.
We look forward to sharing Chisum’s future accomplishments.