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Breeding might just be the perfect combination of the things my heart loves most. One, of course, is dogs and puppies. How can you not love puppies? But, the mamas are so so special. I get to bond with them in such a powerful way as they deliver and raise their puppies. I get to watch them mature after their first litter of pups and become wiser and more confident in themselves as if motherhood made them stronger. The second love is being a caregiver. My mom says I have always been a caregiver, and I found my passion when I found nursing. When I graduated from Nurse Practitioner School and left being a Registered Nurse in a level 1 Trauma Center, I found myself in an Internal Medicine Office. This was obviously not as crazy as the ER, but it certainly had its moments of adrenaline and posed its own challenges. It was there that I really got to do another thing that I love, and that is caring for elderly men, or grandpas. 😋 I just love them and I can’t help it. I am unapologetically partial to sweet old men. They just make me happy! (I even love the grumpy old men. Most of them have earned their right to be grumpy.)
The third thing that my heart loves most is being a mom. (This may or may not be in order of importance. Depends on the day. 🤪) My husband and I have been married 12+ years and have 2 daughters that keep us on our toes. This career path allows me to be a mom first. I am home when I need to be home and work everything else out around that, and I am so thankful for that. I am so glad that my job is to take care of my patients which are dogs, and I get to do it at my home. The only thing that could make my job more perfect is if I opened a coffee shop in our puppy nursery so the old men would come hang out with me every morning. 😂. Seriously, I would! So...if you want to know why I am a dog breeder, this is why. Or, if anyone has ever wondered why I left the field of nursing which required 6 years of college, this is why. I am so blessed and thankful that I have the privilege of being your breeder!