What’s New

PCA 2014 Am Bred Dog 3rd Place Winner
Rebelstar Book of Eli Designed at Pinafore
Son of: BISS Am/Can/En Ch Pinafore Dark Design X Rebelstar I’m A Dolce Kind of Girl

Exquisitely Handled by Sherri and Jason Vidrine

Warning !! Warning !!

Due to the recent dog food recalls per Diamond Foods for VARIOUS manufacturers we are NOT feeding Taste of the Wild at this time. We recommend Fromm Four Star Dog Food and this link is the flavor we are feeding currently.

We will be removing Wellness from our approved food list after viewing this video. It speaks for itself.

Tail Docking Dilemma Solved

Historically, Standard Poodles have had docked tails. Here in the USA and Canada we still dock tails. All other countries NO LONGER dock tails. Because these countries have taken this stand on docking, it makes it difficult to ship puppies for show with docked tails. We have also gotten a huge interest for dogs that can hunt and the tails for hunting dogs are usually left long. So in the future we will NOT dock our puppy tails at birth. Rear dew claws will be removed, but we will NOT remove front dew claws (Dew claws are used to grab bones, toys, etc.). If you want a docked tail for your puppy we can have that done when they are spayed/neutered. Most people do not care about the tail being docked and then again some do and we are trying to give people a choice.

Foster Home Program

Krista and Pearl
My daughter Krista sitting with Pearl who is now in a Foster Home.

CLICK HERE to Email me and find out about our Foster Home program.


CLICK HERE to see this picture enlargedChampion Rebelstar-Jaset Southern Breeze
Finished her AKC title on November 18th 2006.
She is daughter to Mick and Kelly.
And My first Homebred Champion.

I am proud to announce that we have a NEW and FIRST Canadian Champion. Rebelstar Raincoast Quiet Riot AKA “Brio” is co-owned with Erin Greene and Cheyenne Deptuch of Vancouver Island in Canada. I have always been very hesitant in regards to selling show puppies but these two ladies have made me VERY proud. Brio began his show debut in Canada at 6 months and 1 week. By the time he was 6 months and 3 weeks he was a Canadian Champion. Shown by my dear friend Deborah Foster of Violet Standard Poodles, Brio earned his title in FOUR shows! This was just incredible for a puppy his age. I kept 3 of his sisters that we plan to show later. If I could find a wonderful show home, I would consider placing two of them. They are SeaSea-Rebelstar From Sea to Shining Sea – cream, Jaz-Rebelstar Razed Blu In The Boondocks – blue and Busy-Rebelstar The Devil Wears Prada – silver. The sisters are each incredible and I am very proud of them as well. Special Thanks to Terri Meyers for sharing my vision to find the perfect sire {AM/CAN CH Lemerle Carrington Azure Az Is(Aaron)} to breed to my Jenna.

Rebelstar – James The South Rises Again AKA “Scarlet”, co-owned by Dr. William R. Green, MD, was the winner of the 6-9 Puppy Bitch class at the 2007 PCA Nationals in Salisbury, Maryland. Scarlet went on to win Best Standard Puppy and Best Puppy in Show. This was exciting and we are very proud. It is the first for the color red (though she is now a dark apricot) to ever win a placement at the PCA Nationals. I would like to thank Terri Meyers for an extraordinary presentation of Scarlet. Many Thanks to Judge E. Bivins for awarding her Winner of 6-9 Puppy Bitch and Best Standard Puppy. I also wish to thank Ms. Helen Lee James for awarding Best Puppy in Show to Scarlet! I would also like to thank my daughter Krista for helping to condition Scarlet and for all her help every day. Without her I would be lost. Thank you Laura Aldus for having the faith in my opinion to pick the best match for your wonderful Lucy, Scarlet’s mother. Way to go for you very first litter!!!

The recent recall of dozens of pet food products has caused problems/concerns nationwide. For more on the pet food recalls and the causes of the recalls here are a couple of links: http://www.fda.gov/oc/opacom/hottopics/petfood.html http://www.itchmo.com/read/melamine-spiking-in-food-widespread-for-years_20070429