BernEden – Bernese Mountain Dogs

The Bernese Mountain Dog or “Berner” is a large breed dog and a member of the Working Group. The breed originated in the Canton of Berne in Switzerland and was introduced to North America in the mid 1920’s. The Bernese Mountain Dog is friendly, devoted, faithful, has a strong desire to please and is very affectionate towards his family. This ... Read More

Caviolia Cavaliers

The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is an active, graceful, well-balanced dog with a gentle expression. 12″ – 13″ in height, weighing between 13 lbs and 18 lbs, the Cavalier is a versatile little dog, fearless and sporting in character, yet at the same time, gentle and affectionate. The Cavalier is a true companion dog, equally at home on the couch ... Read More

Fireback Labradors

Fireback Labradors is committed to breeding healthy English style, for conformation, working and pet. All of our adult dogs must have health clearances and temperament. Grand-champion and Champion- titled dogs, winning at both Specialties and All Breed Shows, Best In Speciality Show, Best of Show Puppy and Best in Show Baby Puppy wins, Group wins. contact us at Check ... Read More

Iz (perm reg) – Cairn Terriers and West Highland White Terriers

GCh Grayfriar’s Max CGN RA , sire of multiple champions, is available at stud to approved bitches. The Cairn terrier is a feisty little dog with a big attitude. Intelligent and independent, yet loving and loyal to his family the Cairn terrier is an alert and active little dog. He is surprisingly robust for his size and enjoys most outdoor ... Read More


Laponderosa Beagles

Brodie – Can. Int. Ch. Laponderosa’s Road To Lenwin Top Beagle in Canada 1997 – 1998 Appeared in the movie Best In Show Shown by Handle and friend Sandy Bryce Bradie – Ch. Laponderosa’s Weathervane a Brodie son, Co-bred with friend Heather O’Hara Many puppy group and specialty wins Aava – Ch. Galadriel – Born in Holland A Bradie daughter ... Read More

Starway Kennels

The Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever was developed in Nova Scotia in the early 19th century to toll (or lure) and retrieve waterfowl. The tolling dog runs, jumps, and plays along the shoreline in full view of a flock of ducks, occasionally disappearing from sight and then quickly reappearing, aided by the hidden hunter, who throws small sticks or a ... Read More