Hello there I'm Carole and my husband is Terry, and we are located in Kent UK.
Our dogs are part of our family, first and foremost. All
different with different needs, they keep us busy and on our
toes that's for sure.
We're both as you've
guessed very much dog people and always have been, I've had dogs since I was a
child and loved every one of them for their own special reasons, characters and
antics, I could write a book really I could, but wouldn't change any of it for
ago I bred GSD's I had no Affix it was just something that I loved doing,
circumstances changed for me and I was unable to carry on at due to
bereavement, but my love for dogs never died, my dream was always to breed, good
strong, healthy pups, for pet and/or show.
Faithful Bobby, the best friend I'll ever
have 1997 - 2007
In 1999 my
circumstances changed yet again and I married Terry, we were brought together by
the internet and dogs, ie Bobby!!!! Since then we've worked toward Terole
Boxers, it hasn't always been easy but it's always been worthwhile. Sadly
my beloved Bobby passed away and made his journey to Rainbow Bridge in October
2007 aged 10 1/2 years, leaving us heartbroken.
our dogs are loved and cared for in a warm friendly, well socialized manner,
they are part of my life, part of me, I/we want them to know love and respect, not
suffering the all too common pain and abuse that sadly seems to
rule the age in which we live.
2005 Solstice (Sol) came into our lives. I'd always wanted a Standard
Poodle but knew also that Standard Poodles like any other Poodles need an
enormous amount of time, and so for years I'd been waiting patiently for the
right time. Sol for me was to be a huge learning curve, not always the
easiest of dogs being very, very stubborn, but I'm determined and after a while
Sol realised what was and was not acceptable lol. I soon found myself
suffering from MPS....multiple Poodle syndrome and we agreed that as nature took
it's course we'd take another Poodle. Sadly and totally out of the blue we
were to lose our Chubbs in June 2006, at only 4 years old, he was taken after
fighting a five day battle for life after suffering GVD. We were left
heartbroken and totally distraught, life would never be the same again.
By September 2006 we'd started our search for our
second Poodle, we wanted a girl and this time black. We were introduced to
Sandra Pennell, she was hoping for a litter by the end of the year. We
remained in touch and got to know each other, and on November 30th 2006 we had a
call to say the pups all 10 of them had made a safe arrival. We couldn't
get our hopes up it was still early days, but in our hearts we knew Ebony had
made her long awaited arrival. It was a very cold, frosty day, it was January
27th 2007, the start of the new year, and we were on our way to pick up our baby
Ebony. We were excited, we couldn't wait, we weren't even sure if we'd get
there to pick her up as all week we'd have falls of snow, but when the day came
so did a very weak ray of sunshine and off we went.
I knew my emotions would get the better of me when I at
last held her in my arms knowing she was mine, and I was right. Terry fell
in love with the bundle of warm fluff that nestled on his knee, they were going
to be firm friends and it was only a few hours before Terry found himself
wrapped around Ebony's tiny paws! Ebony is now almost 3 years old , and
enjoying life to the full, and yes she still has Terry wrapped around those
paws of hers!
In July 2008 Cassie came into this world, and on a warm
September afternoon we went to collect her and bring her home.
We knew from the moment Cassie arrived that she was to become a
great mischief maker, and much to Terry's delight she's turning
into a real 'Daddy's' girl!!! Due to Terry's ill health
this year, things have been forced to progress slower than
usual, Terry, now much better is looking forward to working with
I'm sure they'll have a great deal of fun together, but I have
to wonder who's training who here!
Now you've met us and some of our family I do hope you'll enjoy
your visit with us.
As the whole site is being refurbished I've left the old
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Old Sitemap still available here
until update complete
The Boxer Breed Council Code of Conduct states
abnormal puppies should be humanely put down at birth"
*Needless to say we
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