These are our "unforgettable friends", dogs we owned, dogs we bred that lived in wonderful homes, our joys, our love, our companions. We shared such memorable times, we laughed, we played, we cried... and we did it together.
Joshua and Summer are waiting at the rainbow bridge, until we will meet again.
Too Fit left us suddenly in September 2003. We still struggle with the loss of dear Too Fit... life can be so unfair to living beings.
Brooke left us on April 27, 2005 at the age of 13 years. At that time, she was a retired great great grandmother, keeping busy by watching over her children & grandchildren. Brooke is now buried on our hill where she can continue to watch over us and her legacies.
Angel left us suddenly at the "young" age of thirteen. When she retired, she spent her days living the "life of Riley", with a wonderful family... Dorothy and Ann.
Sailer was unfortunately not able to join our breeding program, and with all the strength and courage I had, I placed her in a home in New Jersey, USA.
Chance is playing at the rainbow bridge, where she runs freely, swims as she pleases, and lazes in the warm sunshine.
Torina is keeping watch over us from the Rainbow Bridge. She had a very meaningful life, and brought us great memories to hold on to. Wimberway`s L`Torina Jaunenoir July 25, 1998- July 26, 2012.
Beth has so much love to give, likes her cuddles and showing off to anyone who watches her perform, but there's a serious side to her too where she wants everything to be kosher. When she retired, she continued her traits where she rules the parks in Toronto, and makes all the other dogs mind their manners... THEN they can all play. LOL
Gemini is retired as well, and living a wonderful life in Toronto where she is #1, a well deserved ranking!
Easton has always believed he is the "king", and now he has moved into his own castle. :)
Arriba has retired from our breeding program. After much deliberation of us being able to let her leave us, we have been Blessed by a wonderful family who have adopted her, and given her a ''forever home''.
Echo has retired from our breeding program, & is living with Bishop, Sean & Amy where she can be found lazing about and enjoying life...as she should!
Rain has retired from our breeding program, and is now living with her super family, and is ''queen bee'' of her own castle. :)
Vixen has left our breeding program as well, and has moved in with a family who love her quirky ways as much as we did! :)
Teegan was not one of our ''mommas'', but was every bit as much a part of our family as any. After 2 missed pregnancies we decided to listen to Mother Nature, and place her with a lovely older couple whom embraced her the moment they saw her. Teegan swims when she wants, strolls her property frequently throughout the day, and curls up for her massage at night... an awesome home for our special girl.
Cricket has been retired from our breeding program as she had 2 difficult births. :( But the WONDERFUL side of that is she is living with Arriba... buddies again... and a fantastic family to boot... :) ... if only ALL dogs could be so lucky!!
Cha-Ching moved to Masonridge Retrievers where she was in their breeding program until retirement. She is now in her forever home, loving life with kids... well and the adults too! :)
Jolie was taken from us prematurely, and has left a huge hole in our hearts. She was the true Labrador in every way - thank you Paul & Simone Pobega of Grandriver Labradors (Canada) for allowing Jolie to be part of our lives.
Trooper was our very special girl. She wasn't meant to be a part of our breeding program, but she was a huge part of our family. Nobody can ever be prepared for the loss of a young family friend who is taken suddenly, with no chance to say good-bye.
Libby has retired from our breeding program, and although it was very difficult for us to let her go, we couldn't be more happy with her "forever" home! Libby may have retired from being a momma here, but she has continued her motherly duties with her new "baby", Joe!!
Mardi has retired and will live the rest of her life with her new forever home... on the farm, summer at the cottage, and winter in Toronto!
Nova has retired from our breeding program, and will live in her forever home being loved by a wonderful family, and spend her summer days swimming in her own lake...no more little pond for her! :)
Dice has surpassed our expectations, and is now the ambassador for Dominium Assistance Dogs. She has a very special job - helping our soldiers with post traumatic stress disorder learn to embrace life once again, and enrich their lives. Dice has become best friends with her trainer and owner/operator of Dominium Assistance Dogs, Lisa-Marie Guernon. Before Dice went to live with Lisa-Marie, she left us a part of her... our very special boy, our gift, Dallas.
Halley has retired, and enjoying life with her new family. She is excelling in obedience training, and soon will be in the ring to compete! She has not lost her gift of making her humans laugh, and continues to be the comic at home and in class! We kept a little girl from Halley, so we will always have a piece of her with us. As difficult as it was to let Halley retire, we could not have asked for a better home - full of love, compassion and very well cared for. Halley is their only child. :)
We are very proud to introduce to you... our "unforgettables"...
And to our friends, who gave our dogs such wonderful, warm, caring, loving, homes, we dedicate to you "Memories".