Retired Boys

All retired boys have been placed in pet homes.  Some people have a bad view of breeders in general, and breeders who place their breeding dogs after they are done producing puppies are just the devil incarnate.  These people feel like breeders "use them and throw them away when they can't make you money anymore".  Let me say that it is never easy for us to place our retired dogs.  They have been in our home and loved on for several years by the time they retire and we grow attached to every single one.  That is the main reason I feel that placing them is so important when they are done.  If I kept every single dog that has been kept for my breeding program, I could easily have 50+ dogs and just how well cared for and how much attention can be given to that many dogs without a full time staff? And how would my breeding program progress if I kept the same 3 or 4 dogs in it for their entire lives?  Each breeding is done with the hope of producing something better than the parents in every respect.  They get to be a single dog or only have to compete for attention with maybe one or two other dogs instead of a dozen dogs.  They get more attention than we can give.  It's a "retirement" after all and should be the best years of their life where they get completely spoiled.  They've earned it!

Glojan Belle Vista King of Titans

Born July 2, 2013
Color: Black

Sire: CH. Char N Co Glojan Fast N Furious

Dam: Glojan Rock-A-Hula Rose

 

RETIRED

 

Cosmo is a handsome fellow with a super personality who focuses all of his attention on people.  He flew through obedience school at 8 months of age and earned his Canine Good Citizen title with flying colors.  I was encouraged by the obedience instructors to take him on to obedience and agility titles and although I would love to do that, I just never seem to have the time.  He has the best darn sit-stay I've ever seen!  He is loving and cuddly without a dominant bone in his body when it comes to people, although he can be dominant with other dogs.  He stands around 13.5" and is 16 pounds at his optimal weight. 

Belle Vista Schnauzers

Belle Vista Schnauzers

Belle Vista Schnauzers

Belle Vista Tanuki

Born August 13, 2015
Color: Black

Sire: Glojan Belle Vista King Of Titans

Dam: Belle Vista Pip's Lucky Roll

 

Retired

Tanuki is a super sweet and loving boy.  13" tall and 14.5 pounds.  He always thinks he needs to be on a lap!

 

Belle Vista Schnauzers

Belle Vista Schnauzers

Belle Vista Schnauzers

Belle Vista School's Out For Summer

"Cooper"

Born November 11, 2017
Color: Salt & Pepper

Sire: Ch. Wards Creek's Head Of The Class

Dam: Augustas Be Good Vibrations at Belle Vista

Cooper has been retired