May 3, 2013 - September 4, 2015
January 5, 2006 - September 15, 2015
This page is dedicated to the sweet
doxies that were taken from us way
too soon.  They will forever be in our
hearts! Till we meet again sweet
Sunny was one of my very first moms.
She was a part of my entire family. We
got her from a sweet lady named
Sonja Burroughs in Cochran Georgia.  
When I brought her home, my husband
said I had too many (3). LOL!! Now 15!!
We laugh about this!! So my daughter
(Lora) kept her until her dad let me
bring her home. She blessed us with
many precious puppies.  Sunny had
the most expressive big brown eyes,
sure to melt any heart.  Sunny was our
peace maker!.   Sunny has lived her
last years with Lora and her family. .
Sunny always remembered Tommy
and I when we visited and stuck to us
like glue and cried when we left.  RIP
sweet girl!
Dolly was taken from us way too
early.  She blessed us with only
two litters of precious babies.  We
got Dolly fron the Griffin Family in
Tennessee!   They did such an
awesome job socializing our sweet
Dolly.  Dolly became the hostess of
our home.   If anyone came to visit
she took it upon her self to sit with
them and make them always feel
welcomed.   If any of the other
Doxies took toys outside Dolly was
sure to help clean up and bring the
forgotten ones back in!  Dolly was
the sweetest doxies I have ever
had.  RIP Sweet Dolly!!
Hershey was one of our
own from Dixie and
Trooper.  I will always
remember Hershey every
time I see a butterfly in our
back yard.  He loved to
case them flying around,
tho he never caught one.  
We lost him to a tragic
accident at home.  We have
learned and it will not
happen again , ever!  We
are sorry Hershey! Taken
way too young! RIP IN
peace sweet Hershey!
January 14, 2014 -
Ginger Gretchen
February 7, 2004 - April 20, 2018
Gi-Gi was our first dog in our
breeding clan.  I remember
her first litter she would not
nurse.  Vet told us to hold her
down and make her, within a
week she loved them.  Gi-Gi
also liked to eat alone and
feed her ball in the second
dish, and she made everyone
stand back.  Gi-Gi loved
chasing a ball as long as you
would throw it for her.  Gi-Gi
was very protective over
Tommy.  She died of old age.  
RIP Gi-Gi!