The couple also offers free training classes on Saturday mornings with a focus on obedience and developing social skills. This training teaches the animals how to act in public giving peace of mind to the owners that the animal won’t bite someone, bark, and growl or even lunge after a cat. It also lays the foundation for more extensive training if the owners opt to pursue further specific training in another area. This is a free service to anyone who is interested.
“Sometimes I think I was crazy to get into this and I have no idea why I chose to do it, but I must admit how rewarding this experience has been,” he quipped with a laugh. He added, referring back to his crazy statement, that they are not getting rich doing this and most people don’t realize how much money and effort goes into raising dogs correctly. As crazy as they may think they are, one can quickly realize how much the couple truly cares for the animals by simply visiting the kennel and seeing how happy and healthy these dogs are in their environment. The couple even refuses to put an animal down because he/she is too old to show or sell. Instead, they choose to feed and care for those animals until they pass on from natural causes. Most breeders will not do this because of the cost, the couple said.