Pet Link-up animal welfare organisation
Catching Rhino Poachers
Breeding Miniature 'Teacup' pigs
More than 21 years later we still think so, but the public's ignorance about these pigs and their expectations that pigs exist that are the size of house cats when they are fully grown has led to a huge problem of pet pigs becoming unwanted. Much suffering is caused when pigs who think that they are children in a family are exiled to a strange, frightening place often leading to their violent deaths.
We therefore have only bred one or two litters a year for the last few years and are considering stopping altogether.
Breeding Olderhill German Shepherd Dogs
Julie with our imported male Wolfram (front) and one of his first daughters (behind) 22 years ago
We imported Olderhill German Shepherd Dogs in 1994, and have bred them ever since then. They are large working dogs originating from the german army dogs used in the second world war, and selected for real police work in England.
We only breed one or two litters a year and most of our puppies go to families who have already had our dogs.