Guardian Homes Needed

Finding Forever Homes for Our Breeding Canines

PLEASE NOTE: Guardian Home dogs shown below on this page already HAVE A HOME, so if it says 'retired' next to their name, it does not mean they are available for adoption; it means they are retired from breeding and are living their life with their Guardian families.

To see what pups and adults are currently available for Guardian Homes, jump to the BOTTOM of this page.)

Briefly stated, a Guardian home is a “forever” home - not a "foster" home -  for one of my breeding dogs. A Guardian Home is reimbursed for the dog. (see the photos below of our guardian homes).

Because I want all of my dogs to have a quality home-based life, Guardian homes allow me to expand my breeding program while giving my pups and their Guardian families the very best.

As a Guardian home, you get a pup - or a young adult - who is the very best of breed.

I retain breeding rights for a clearly specified amount of time. Females will have 3 litters, and be retired by the age of five or earlier. Males will be retired in their fifth year, as well.

If you would like more specifics, contact me about the possibility of getting on the Guardian Home Waiting List.

To see what pups and adults are available for Guardian Homes, jump to the bottom of this page.

Here are a few of our Guardian Home families, below.

Chloe and Willow: (retired)

Penny: (retired)

Percy: (retired)

Sadie: (retired)

Mimi: (retired)

Atlas (retired)

MacGyver (retired)

Tulla: (retired)

Kinsey: (retired)

Bailey: (retired)

Maggie Mae (retired)


If you live within a one hour drive of Cape Ann (Gloucester/Rockport) and would like more information about becoming a forever Guardian to Skye or to Harper, please reach us here.
Skye was born April 2023 and Harper was born November 2022, so both of these sweet girls are very young. They are affectionate, playful, and have very tolerant temperaments. They were both born and raised here in my home, where they live with me. They are used to a home-based life and are very well behaved. They are crate trained and house broken, enjoy human company very much, and enjoy dog company, as well. These girls would be on a two litter contract, then retired and staying in their forever guardian home for the rest of their happy lives!