Jaeger, Ernie’s 110 pound rescued German Shepherd. Jaeger was in two different homes and kept jumping their fence.  He had free run of Rossford, Ohio for a month until the local police captured him and we were called in to find him a home. He bonded to Ernie like a magnet, so we couldn’t let him go anywhere else. He found his forever home right here. He’s been a faithful companion ever since. Jaeger has traveled with Ernie on trips totaling over 12,000 miles

We regret to say that we lost our Jaeger after he suffered from seizures since May of 2016 and finally died of complications due to them. He died on October 25th, 2016 after Ernie faithfully took care of him all those months, getting up at all hours of the night to attend to him and giving his many medications that he was on, sometimes lying next to him through the night and keeping him as comfortable as possible. Out of 13 German Shepherds that Ernie owned, he claims Jaeger was the finest of them all. Jaeger is sorely missed by all who knew him. He was a gentle giant who could always be trusted to be a gentleman in the presence of all surrounding him, human or animal. Rest in peace my good and faithful partner!

This is Hank, our foster Dober Boy. He is currently looking for his permanent home. He came to us early in 2013 from a kennel in Belfontaine, Ohio and knew absolutely nothing. He had no focus on people, didn’t respond to any name or calling and was a total basket case. He was intact and he had every kind of worm imaginable which resulted in intestinal inflammation, so you can imagine the messes we had to clean up when he couldn’t get outside in time. He went through intensive training and is now a great boy, but he still has an occasional issue with small dogs or dogs that are submissive. He is good with children, but we are not recommending him to a family with small children because of his size.  He really wants to be your only pet. He is very loyal and follows us around the house at a heel all on his own without direction. If you are interested in this boy, please call Carol for more details. Hank found his new home in the spring of 2014 and is living in Wisconsin, and the new family just loves him and it’s mutual for him also!

This is Henna in September of 2003. She will be celebrating her 17th birthday this coming August 6th 2013..  She is still very active and gets lots of exercise by going out the dog door and walking in the enclosed “potty” area we have for them. She gets her share of sleep also.  Her appetite is still excellent, so we’re expecting her to make it another month and then some. we regret to report than Henna passed on in January of 2014.

This is our group in 2015. From left to right, Keith, Giana on the chair, Trinke in front of chair, Carly, Isaac (14+ years old), Jaeger, and Chelsea

A spring day at A Promised Friend Dog Training.

Our twelve (plus two not pictured)

Our six German Shepherds with training facility in background. Top photo from left to right, Isis, Saul, Greta, Scout, Shadow, and our latest addition, Chelsea, below

Carol’s Dobermans, Madchen and Kyle

Winnie on the weave poles

Henna through the tire

Henna on the teeter with Isis watching

Carols favorite breed, the Vizsla. Henna, Winnie, & Star

No outdoor dogs here!

Carol walking her dogs.

Greta, our cadaver search dog, at work.

Greta as she appeared in Dog Fancy Magazine.

Our Wolf Hybrid, Cheyenne.