Animal lovers unite

Animal lovers unite

We love our furry family members. Yes, they are not pets to us they are family members. Dogs, cats, chickens, cows, horses or the occasional rodent all possess the ability to bring great joy into our lives. 

The animals in our lives are the bosses of us. Yes, they depend on us to provide them with the basic needs of life but really our pets provide us with the ability to experience the one true purpose in life.....companionship.

This is one major reason why we have chosen to manufacture in synthetics. Another reason is to keep the cost of our products down.

To offer a high-quality product at a lower price... First Class Look with an Economy Price!

Gunther: Lab/Mastif (featured image)

About 4.5 years old, Gunther lives with George's family in Victor, Id. We adopted him from a neighboring community so don't know exact age. He's the biggest lap dog know-to-man (currently 95 lbs.). Just learned to swim and now tries to any second he can (we figure he grew up on a farm that didn't have any water on it).

Lab Mastiff 

Bill: Beagle/Hound

Lives with Tom and Stella in Alabama. We rescued Bill from a Arkansas pound that a friend of Stella's helps support. When we brought Bill into our lives, he had two torn ACLs but that hasn't slowed him down. Alittle older now probably around 10 yrs old, he still patrols the farm daily to make sure no groundhogs infiltrate his perimeter. Loves to eat and howl.

Bill the Beagle

The Lions: Charlie, Jackson, and Bosley

The Charlie's Angels live with Tom and Stella. Stella was a fan of the Angels back in the day. Charlie the largest of the 3 brothers is the Alpha but is also the most personable. Jackson likes to keep to himself, usually finds a nice quiet place to rest. Bosley is constantly hunting in the yard with Charley and trying to figure out how to get away from Daisy.

Cats & Dogs

(The Lions, Skittles, Bill, and Biscuit. Biscuit was another Beagle hound dog that was recued near Greensboro, AL. She was the definition of a survivor.)

Skittles: Yellow Lab

Skittles (name was already given, haha) when she came into our family back in the early 2000s. We adopted her through some family friends who just couldn't give her enough attention throughout the work week. Originally, the plan was to make Skittles the bird dog of the pack; however, we quickly realized that was not going to happen seeing that at first sight of a gun she would be found in the furthest away bathroom (inside the tub, lol). She is the sweetest girl in the world and the perfect snuggle buddy. When not found doing wind-sprints in the yard due to her serious issue with squirrels, her spot is in a sunny yard spot. Older now at 12~13 years, she has taken the role of the matriarch of the family.

 yellow lab cuddling

(pictured with Stella & Tom's grandson)

Sally Lue: Chocolate Lab

Lue used to be the youngster of the pack until Daisy showed up. She is a sweetheart. Small bodied bird dog that has the best facial expressions I have ever scene. When she's not in the water swimming in circles, she's begging for someone to play fetch. At about 2 years old she is a wonderful bird dog that loves it when Tom knocks ducks out of the sky.

Bird dogs

Daisy Mai - Blue Tick Hound

Now this dog is WILD...Daisy is the newest member of the pack, much to all the dogs' dismay. Daisy was found at the entrance to the family farm by Stella while she was picking wild flowers for a party Stella was getting ready to throw. Daisy walked out of nowhere and stumbled upon the right person. Stella has a hard time turning the other way when I stray dog is in need. It has taken awhile but Daisy has found a place among the pack. 

 Blue Tick Hound Dog

 


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