Our Dogs



UKC CH Compass' Dracaena Cinnabari, NA Prize II, TKI, ACT1

Rheese came to us in May 2018 from the wonderful Compass kennel in Kentucky. Sired by Moricroft Arpad (UK import) and out of Compass' Turning Point, Rheese showed us her sense of humor and easy going attitude at 8 weeks of age. At just 5 months old, she earned her first title - Trick Dog Novice! She passed her Natural Ability test at 12 months of age with 100/112 points, earning a Prize II. Shortly after that, she upgraded her Trick title to Intermediate. In November 2019, she finished her UKC championship with a Group 2 placement. On the horizon, we are working on our last few tricks to earn the Advanced title and we continue to train in agility. We hope to trial a bit when COVID permits. We also have plans to dip our toes in the AKC breed ring, but showing isn't our favorite sport when there are so many more fun activities to spend our time on. During quarantine we picked up Nosework and hope to compete in that sometime soon as well. Rheese is a sensitive and smart girl. She looks to her people for guidance in any situation she is concerned about and has learned to approach the world with boundless enthusiasm. She is our hiking partner, snugglebug, and always wanting to learn more so we can go on more adventures. When time permits, we will be back out in the field, hopefully chasing a NAVHDA Utility title in the near future. She is a petite girl at just about 45 lbs and 21.5 inches. 

Test results for Rheese: HUU clear, OFA: Hips- Good, Elbows- Normal, Eyes- Rt eye: Cataract, Suspect not Inherited CHIC #148309 OFA Listing: Click here.



Glenlair Smiling's My Favorite, TKI

Jovie is our little Border Terrier. After meeting several happy little Borders on two trips to the UK, Amanda knew this breed would be in her family some day. Jovie fulfilled that dream. Jovie and Rheese are best buddies, playing, wrestling, and snuggling together. Jovie is on her way to a Trick Dog Advanced title having earned her Intermediate title in 2019. She has one leg toward an altered UKC championship. She also enjoys training in agility with one leg toward her ACT1 and we are looking into trying some Barn Hunt with her as well. She recently started Nosework and couldn't be happier learning this fun new game.