AKC/UKC CH KPort Ruff Sport of CnSand AWD NA CGC TDI AOM"Rugby"
03/10/1995 - 02/03/2008
Rugby epitomized the motto, “Attitude is Everything”. He had a certain presence that was obvious even when he was a young puppy. If you had the opportunity to meet Rugby, you never forgot him. He was an amazing mover, with tremendous reach, drive, and carriage. I was lucky to be able to call him mine. I miss his sense of humor, his enthusiasm, and even how annoying he could be when he wanted something and I was not smart enough to figure out what it was. Bless you Roo Roo.
Falcor Hytide Pied Piper"Chessie"
01/01/1970 - 10/12/2011
Chessie was the joy in our life for 9-1/2 years before hemangiosarcoma took her from us. One evening we were anchored outside of St. Michaels on the Chesapeake and the next day she left us. She bounced out of the bedroom every morning waiting to see what trouble she could get into and delighted us the entire day with her Portie antics… Oh how we miss her.
CH Sunnyhill Dom Benjamin"Benjamin"
05/05/1997 - 02/19/2011
His heart was as big as the universe with antics of determined independence. After a minute of staunch resolution and great joy, he would give a big smile, tongue hanging out, and do exactly as you asked quietly knowing he had won. After all, he would hear “Good Boy” and get that special place scratched on his back!
See you soon my friend.
Beacon Hill’s Tidal Wave CDX"Figo"
06/13/2001 - 12/29/2006
Figo was our first PWD. We asked his breeder, Debbie Gressle, for a family pet and therapy dog. She chose the perfect puppy for those jobs. However, Figo didn’t stop there. He took us to places, like water work and serious obedience, we never dreamed of going. His sudden early death from lymphoma was, and still is, devastating. He was not our last PWD, but he was likely the best.
Pennkrest Sam I Am CDX CWDX"Sam"
03/06/1998 - 11/07/2006
Sam was a wonderful dog. He loved water and obedience and was the ONLY dog I ever owned that completed his CDX in three tries. When Sam was happy, he would jump up and down on his back legs over my head, much to the astonishment of the obedience judges and others who didn’t know him. People would stop ringside to watch his antics. Sam loved everyone, other dogs, people, and especially children. And Sam loved us. I can’t begin to tell you how much we miss him. He died at 8 years of age of hemangiosarcoma (Georgie project autopsy). We are so thankful to the PWD Foundation for their commitment to the research into this devastating disease.