To see available puppies, go to 'Nursery'

We take pride in our Specialty breeds ............... the Sire and Dam of each breed were specifically chosen in order to compliment each other and produce pups with the best in conformation, health and personality.

We are a small home based kennel located near the tiny community of Manor in Saskatchewan. We are a family of 3 and have owned Pocket Beagles, Rhodesian Ridgebacks and Weimaraners for 9 years. 

The Pocket Beagles won us over with their smaller size and gentle demeanor.  Not only do they make a faithful, loving companion and are a pleasure to have around.....they are a  very healthy breed and low maintenance. The Rhodesian Ridgebacks are sensitive and intelligent. They like the finer things in life. The Weimaraners are a very agile dog.  They have a very unique personality,  bond very close to one person and are absolutely hilarious.
Our puppies are born indoors and cared for in our home environment. We work with them as individuals and as a group every day. Years of desire and research has gone into making our
family what it is today.
Please feel free to explore our website and become informed about the breed you are interested in to be sure that it is right for you and your family. When we sell our pups our intentions are that they are going to there forever homes.
We want you to have the best experience possible in purchasing a pup, it can sometimes be a difficult decision. I will help the best I can.  If you have any questions at all, please just ask. You can't ask too many questions.
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Early Neurological Stimulation
In an effort to improve the performance of my puppies I use a program on them starting at a very young age, called “Bio Sensor”.  Based on years of research it has been found that early neurological stimulation exercises could have important and lasting effects and give them superior advantage. I begin this program when pups are three days old and lasts until the sixteenth day. It is believed that this specific time period early in life is when neurological stimulation has optimum results.
Each workout involves handling puppies once each day. The workouts require handling them one at a time while performing a series of five exercises. Listed in order of preference, I start with one pup and stimulate it using each off the five exercises. I complete the series from beginning to end before starting with the next pup. The handling of each pup once per day involves the following exercises:
  1. Tactical stimulation
  2. Head held erect
  3. Head pointed down
  4. Supine position
  5. Thermal stimulation
  1. Tactile stimulation - holding the pup in one hand, I gently stimulate(tickle) the pup between the toes  on  any one foot using a Q-tip. It is not necessary for me to see that the pup is feeling the tickle.
  2. Head held erect – using both hands, the pup is held perpendicular to the ground,(straight up), so that its head is directly above its tail. This is an upwards position.
  3.  Head pointed down – holding the pup firmly with both hands the head is reversed and is pointed downward so that it is pointing towards the ground.
  4. Supine position – I hold the pup so that its back is resting in the palm of both hands with its muzzle facing the ceiling. The pup while on its back is allowed to sleep.
  5. Thermal stimulation – I use a damp towel that has been cooled in the fridge for at least five minutes. I place the pup on the towel, feet down and do not restrain it from moving.
*Time of stimulation for each exercise is 3-5 seconds.
Please note that these exercises are not substitutions for routine handling. This program is over and above our usual daily routine of handling, play socialization and bonding.
Five benefits that have been observed in canines that were exposed to the Bio Sensor stimulation exercises are:
  • Improved cardio vascular performance(heart rate)
  • Stronger heart beats,
  • Stronger adrenal glands,
  • More tolerance to stress, and
  • Greater resistance to disease.
We take raising puppies very seriously. We are affiliated with Champion Pet RegistryAmerican Kennel Club and the Canadian Kennel Club. Below are rules and regulations of each club that we are loyal to.

Champion Pet Registry, Inc. (CPR) Rules and Regulations

As the owner of a CPR registered dog, I agree :
  • To obey and follow all rules and regulations established for pet owners by Champion Pet Registry, Inc. (CPR);
  • To respect all my pets as feeling and caring animals deserving of my devoted care;
  • To provide conscientious care, including attention and socialization, adequate food, water, shelter, and medical
          assistance for the animals entrusted to me, being constantly attentive to their security, safety, and well being;
  • To obey all state and local laws concerning licensing, identification, and immunizations;
  • To refrain from using my animal(s) in any illegal activity;
  • To conduct myself in a sportsmanship manner at all dog shows and functions;
  • To make my pet a good pet citizen by assuming responsibility for proper training and behavior modification.

As a CPR registered kennel, I agree :
  • To obey and follow all rules and regulations established for member breeders, distributors, and retailers by CPR, Inc.;
  • To encourage responsible pet ownership and an increased public awareness and acceptance of humane and noble animal programs;
  • To provide conscientious care, including adequate food, water, shelter, and medical assistance, for the animals entrusted to me, being constantly attentive to their security, safety, and well being, and to place their welfare above all other business considerations;
  • To obey all applicable federal, state, and local laws governing animal care and concerning licensing, identification, and immunizations;
  • To never knowingly falsify any records or documents concerning the registrations or pedigrees of my animals;
  • To keep accurate records of all my animals, including registrations, matings, health, show, and, where applicable, USDA, state, and local record requirements;
  • To maintain identification of all my animals by approved methods, including, but not exclusive to, implanted microchips, tattoos, or collars with tags, and to correctly dentify the animals with the registration certificates, applications, and pedigrees;
  • To deal honestly and fairly with everyone concerning my animals and to avoid misrepresentation in any form;
  • To avoid unfair competitive practices, any slander or defamation of my competitors, and actions or business practices which would result in dishonor or distrust of my competitors, the pet industry in general, or CPR, Inc.;
  • To help and assist the potential customer regarding the basic characteristics, both physical and mental, of my breed and to determine the right breed for them;
  • To provide each customer appropriate CPR registration applications and/or certificates, unless a written contract to the contrary has been signed by the customer;
  • To offer a written guarantee to my customers stating the extent and limits of my obligations concerning the animals once they leave my facility;
  • To provide, within my ability to do so, proper socialization for all my animals;
  • To never breed any animal until it is both physically and mentally mature;
  • To refrain from using my animals for any illegal activity;
  • To conduct myself in a sportsmanship manner at all competitive and fun shows, functions, and seminars;
  • To continue my education and training, as far as available, through, but not limited to, educational seminars, clubs, periodicals, and other respected and knowledgeable members of the pet industry;
  • To conduct my business in such a way as to bring honor and respect to Champion Pet  
Go to www.akc.org/rules/ to find out more on rules and regulations that the American Kennel Club have available.
Code of Ethics for Registered Handlers
Applicants are required to sign a letter containing the following:
I agree to:
  • Ensure that the welfare of the dogs in my care is a priority, not only at dog shows but at home and on the road. Their well-being, security, and safety is to be placed above all other business considerations. The ultimate responsibility for the dogs cannot be transferred to assistants or others.
  • Conduct myself in a sportsmanlike manner at all times in my relationships with fellow handlers, assistants, exhibitors, judges and clients, which includes courteous verbal interchanges and a professional appearance.
  • Abide by all published AKC rules applying to registration and dog shows.
  • Conduct my business relationships with clients in a fair and honest manner, based on a published rate schedule and handler/client agreement.
  • Provide my clients with their ribbons, trophies and information about their dogs' placements at each show in a timely manner.
  • Provide my clients with itemized monthly billing statements.
  • Ensure that my clients thoroughly understand payment and release terms.
  • Confirm with any previous handler of a new or prospective client that a valid outstanding balance does not exist, and will not handle any dogs for a client with a valid outstanding balance with a previous professional handler.
  • Not solicit business from a current client of another professional handler.
  • Avail myself of educational opportunities as may be established by the AKC.
  • Inform the handlers department of any change in home or e-mail address, telephone number, kennel facilities or travel vehicles.
  • Never falsely represent a dog as a service animal when it is not, or as an able-bodied party, accompany a bona fide service dog to gain travel benefit due to the dog's status.
A Quick Guide to the Disciplinary Guidelines
The disciplinary guidelines approved by the AKC Board of Directors are modeled on the way true professional handlers already run their businesses -- think of these guidelines as a "breed standard for handlers." It is not anticipated that the handlers who qualify for the AKC Program will fail to follow the guidelines. But, if a complaint comes in, the handler involved will be contacted right away to review the allegations. No fines are "automatic" -- the facts will be thoroughly investigated before action, if any, is taken. The Handlers guidelines do not contain suspensions from AKC privileges -- suspensions fall into the area of Event Committee hearings, just as they always have, and all persons in the sport are subject to them.
Code of Practice for CKC Member Breeders

This Code of Practice shall apply to all breeders who are members of The Canadian Kennel Club.Its purpose shall be to provide breeders with a set of mandatory standards and requirements relating to the proper maintenance, breeding, selling and overall protection of their chosen breed(s).

It shall be the aim of every breeder to breed dogs that are healthy and sound in both mind and body, to ensure that the dogs are true to their heritage and that they meet the requirements of the CKC Breed Standards.

It shall also be the responsibility of every breeder to adhere at all times to proper and ethical business practices when buying, breeding, selling and placing their dogs.
II.Breeding Principles
The breeding of dogs is a serious responsibility; therefore, the decision to breed should never be taken lightly.To this end, every breeder, or prospective breeder, must be willing to embrace the following general principles:
  1. Be prepared to make a serious commitment of both time and financial resources in order to ensure that a proper breeding program can be carried out.
  2. Be prepared to provide for the well being of the dogs, both while in your care as well as in the ultimate placement of the dogs.
  3. Be prepared to work hard to preserve and maintain the breed for future generations through the judicious selection of breeding stock.
  4. Be prepared to share knowledge that is gained through experience with fellow breeders, particularly those who are novices.
III.General Responsibilities
The following are a set of general responsibilities that shall be understood and accepted by all CKC member breeders:
  1. Every breeder shall be conversant with and fully adhere to the By-laws, rules, regulations, policies and procedures of CKC, as well as the requirements of the Animal Pedigree Act (APA).
  2. All litters and all dogs in each litter shall be registered with the CKC.Litter registrations shall be forwarded to CKC as soon as is reasonably possible after the birth of the dogs.Upon the sale of each dog from any litter, breeders shall transfer ownership and register each dog in the name of the purchaser in accordance with stated requirements.
  3. At all times the dogs shall be provided with proper housing, nutrition, health care and necessary exercise.
  4. Every breeder shall make a conscientious effort to learn about structure, movement and behavior, understand and stay current with inherited traits, congenital and hereditary health problems related to their breed, and to have a basic knowledge of health care and first aid.
  5. Breeders are encouraged to regularly test for health and genetic problems and are encouraged to openly share the results of all such testing that is undertaken. They should also follow recommended protocols for the control of genetic disease.
  6. Every breeder shall maintain current and accurate records pertaining to their breeding program, the particulars of all dog registrations and all sales transactions.
  7. No breeder shall sell or donate dogs for the purpose of their being auctioned, raffled or to pet stores.
IV.Breeding Practices
In order to attain the goal of producing quality dogs that are healthy and sound in both mind and body, a breeder must give priority to the following:
  1. Select breeding stock that conforms to the approved CKC Breed Standard to the highest possible degree.
  2. Use dogs that are known to be of sound health and stable temperament.
  3. Choose both a sire and dam that have reached such maturity that they can produce and raise a healthy litter.
  4. Assure that all breeding documents and registrations are available for inspection and completely in order.
  5. As the owner of a stud dog, ensure that the owner of the dam has the ability and the necessary facilities to successfully whelp, raise and assure the future well being of any resulting litter.
  6. As the owner of the dam, ensure that the owner of the sire has the knowledge and experience to provide a safe and proper mating, including the diligent care of the dam.
V.Selling Practices
All breeders have a serious responsibility when selling dogs to purchasers, whether they are fellow breeders or members of the general public.In order to fulfill this responsibility and without limiting the specifics of the The By-laws, rules, regulations, policies and procedures and the Animal Pedigree Act, all CKC breeders shall adhere to the following general sales practices:
  1. Dogs must never be sold on a “with or without papers” basis. As noted in Section III. (b) above, all dogs must be registered with CKC.
  2. In accordance with The By-laws, the breeder is responsible for the submission of and payment for all registration applications.Such costs may be included in the price of the dog.Under no circumstances shall the buyer be asked to submit or pay for any applications to register or transfer the ownership of a dog.
  3. All dogs must be uniquely and permanently identified with an approved Canadian Standard microchip transponder or a tattoo, prior to leaving the breeder’s premises.
  4. Potential purchasers of dogs shall be reasonably screened for their suitability and capability to own and meet the needs of the particular breed.The concept of a dog being a lifetime commitment should always be reinforced with the purchaser.
  5. Breeders shall represent their dogs to prospective purchasers with honesty and integrity.
  6. Breeders shall commit themselves to assisting novice dog owners in understanding the breed.They shall also encourage new dog owners to become involved in the activities of the sport of purebred dogs and inform them about the values in becoming a member of CKC.
  7. Breeders shall provide a written sales agreement containing the name of the purchaser, the date of sale, a statement confirming that the dog is purebred, the name of the breed and the dog’s unique identification number.In addition, all terms and conditions of the sale, including a return or replacement policy, shall be clearly defined.The agreement shall be properly dated and signed by all parties.
  8. Breeders shall provide the purchaser with a reasonable written guarantee that protects the dog, the purchaser and the seller.
  9. Regardless of age, spaying or neutering of all dogs sold as companions should be actively encouraged.
  10. Purchasers should be provided with copies of all relevant documentation, including such things as CKC registration documentation, copies of non-breeding agreements, completed sales agreements, guarantees, health and vaccination records, and a set of instructions on the care, training and diet for the dog.
To learn more about the Canadian Kennel Club go to www.ckc.ca/