These are our family pets. They are the critters who have either retired from breeding or weren't suitable for breeding (and we fell in love and include them as part of the family). They are all spayed or neutered. We raise lizards occasionally when we have time and resources to devote to them. We have had frogs, crested geckos, leopard geckos, chameleons and day geckos in the past. Currently we do not have any as time does not permit, but my project for 2019 is to put together an amazing vivarium which will bring a tiny rainforest into my kitchen.
Meadowlark Lil Jazz Exercise
In early 2013 we were lucky enough to find "A Lil Jazz Exercise" who was about 5 or 6 months old at the time. Jazz is a gorgeous little dog with an awesome temperament. We used him as our main parti colored stud until early 2018, where we decided to retire him after keeping back several of his babies. We hope to work with him to start a new career in agility.
His puppies have inherited his incredible athleticism, smarts and great temperaments, not to mention they are physically very tough and strong boned.
If you have met Maestro, you don't soon forget him. He was one of our first poms and never sired any litters. He was originally purchased as a stud hopeful, but we realized early on that he was going to be too big. Both his parents were about 5lbs, and Maestro was an average size pup - but then he kept growing and growing and he now has the kingly size of 17 lbs! Never the less, he is my best friend and he will stay to the end of his days. He has his own page as there is so much to say for this feisty boy. It is sad seeing him aging now as he is slowly losing his sight and his hearing and doesn't move as quick as he used to. He is still top dog here though and rules the roost.
This is Stewarts Spectacular Toy. He is a precious mini horse who is about 33" tall. He was our show horse and herd sire back when we used to breed mini horses. He has competed in all kinds of shows including combined driving and halter. Now he is a gelding and enjoying his retirement. We lost his long time buddy Earl Grey at the age of 18, sadly due to colic, but he now has some new friends where we keep him. We still enjoy getting out for a drive in the cart, the occasional parade or toboggan ride. He has taught others to drive and how wonderful the mini horse breed can be.
Pom Beach Cinnamon Splash
Cinnamon was our first female out of our breeding. She is a very special girl, as was her mom Jillie (who was our very first registered pomeranian). Cinnamon has had many really nice babies and is now enjoying the fat and retired life here with us. She deserves it. She was always a super mom and still maintains the spot of Top female in our pack, keeping everyone in line and teaching the pups like a grandma does.
Jandala Happy Honeybear
Honey is another of our senior boys. He has always been just a pet. He plays kind of a grumpy old uncle and companion to Dolly and Ritz. He likes a cuddle and always tells you when he thinks it is time for bed. Honey stays with my mom on her end of Pom Beach and has been a good companion.
He had a better name, but due to his funny habit of answering back if you say Tweet or point at him, he gained the nickname of Tweet. He is a cockatiel that we rescued from an exotic auction where pretty well no one wanted him because of his deformed feet. He has such a comic attitude and though will never be a shoulder bird, he lives basically free and rotates mainly from the top of his cage to inside.
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