are located in SE Kansas, by the Missouri, Oklahoma borders.
I have been
involved in dogs for over 35 years, have always loved cockers, and finally
got the chance to get my 1st cocker in the early 90's and have been hooked
Some of my dogs are
shown in conformation, some in performance, others are rescues we have.
Our dogs have done well in conformation, performance as well as registered
Therapy dogs and seizure alert dogs.
We strive for quality
and breed for the total package; health, temperament and adhering to the
I am very involved
with Cockers in most aspects and also have a particular interest in pedigree
and health & genetic research in Cockers.
I'm a member of the
Tulsa Cocker Club.
I am the Co-Founder
of Cocker Spaniel Rescue of the Mid Plains.
I also run the longest
running Cocker list on the net: Cockers@yahoogroups.
I also run the SHOWCOCKERS
List which is comprised of Show and Performance fanciers from all over
the world. (Both lists are also on Facebook)
We breed 1 or 2 litters
a year-often less.
My goal is to do my
best to help direct the producing of healthy, happy, quality, loving Cockers
that are also bred to the Standard
We mainly breed for
the solids, in both varieties, concentrating mostly on black & tans
Although we do have
Pups are available
to approved show, performance or pet homes.
Pets go on spay/neuter
Our cockers are
pets and family first and live in our home.
a semi retired RN, and I also work from home.
am home all the time with our dogs. Vacation? What's that? LOL
are my 4 legged "kids" and with "kids" you spend a lot of time,
with, grooming, cleaning, picking up toys, training them
loving and enjoying them :-)
have always been my dream dog since I was a kid,
the love I still have for them 50+ years later,is just as strong.
Photo of me and a Cocker named
"Sarge" in 1958
are well adjusted, loving happy SPOILED dogs
I spend and enjoy time with all of them.
run and play together (when no one is in season),
they love and respect me as their pack leader.
enormous amounts of time watching their behavior,
they interact with each other and their doggy language.
it is important to know dog behavior and be able to
can learn a lot if we do; not only with behavior but understanding unconditional
love and acceptance.