My road to showing and breeding dogs began in 2003 when the breeder of our then Bichon Frise invited me to attend a dog show in New Jersey. I was unsuspectingly thrown in the ring with a crazy little bitch who ran in circles while I was inappropriately dressed wearing shorts, a t-shirt and sneakers. Of coure we lost, but somehow, I was hooked. Less than a year later, I had my first show dog, a bitch named Rosita. She finished her AKC Championship and had 3 litters co-bred with Karen Graeber of Whitebred Bichons.

Although I loved Bichons (and still do), I knew I wanted a larger breed if I was ever going to start my own breeding program. After 6 or 7 years of going back and forth with different ideas and talking to breeders, I decided the Doberman would be a good fit for me. I was put in contact with Michele Lauzon of Mick Rick Dobermans in Bennington, VT. After visiting with her twice and having various phone conversations, she entrusted me with a 4 month old red bitch named Ruby in 2014. Its been quite the journey already in my time with the breed but I look forward to the future. Please visit the individual dog pages to learn more about the dogs I own and bred.