My husband and I were both born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. We bought our 70 acre farm almost 40 years ago. We are located about 60 miles from Milwaukee and about 30 miles from Madison, Wisconsin. We've raised three children here and animals too numerous to mention. All of our children are married and have stayed in the area. We have nine grandchildren ranging in age from 6 to 25. They are all frequent and most welcome visitors here on the farm.
We have a 6 acre pond on our farm that we
have stocked with bass and pan fish.
Grandson Adam caught a big one.
.Often a pony
and of course a horse or two,
Always, always dogs and puppies
I have loved animals all of my life, most especially dogs. My mother would gladly tell you "she brought home every stray in the neighborhood". I have always been amazed by their unquestioning love and devotion. The question in their minds is never "what can you do for me", it is always "what can I do to make you happy". When you feel as if the whole world has abandoned you, your dog will be there. When the rest of the world feels that you aren't fit company on that certain day, your dog will be there. From a very young age if it had been up to me there would have been a whole lot of dogs in our home.
We don't assume the roll of veterinarian and our dogs all get regular veterinarian care. We breed our dogs only once a year, if that. They are retired young and immediately if they have any problems. We have done extensive testing on all of our dogs to assure that you get a wonderful, healthy, quality puppy. We can't possibly eliminate all the problems that could occur but we have tried to eliminate the ones we can.
We want all of our puppies to go to loving pet homes. We want everyone to think carefully about getting a puppy but we realize that even the best laid plans can go awry. We do have a welcome home policy and any puppy born here is always welcomed back should you need a home for him.