My name is Kay and I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to my website showcasing our beautiful breed. We are a small kennel located in Greenbank, Queensland, where our dogs live as part of our family and are an important part of our lives. I am a stay at home mum and my children and I spend much of the day playing with the dogs and various other animals we have, along with running our small online store supplying quality pet products direct to the public.
I have had English Staffords for many years as pets and unfortunately my oldest Stafford Sara (18 years) passed away early 2012 due to an accident while doing her favourite thing and having the time of her life. I only started showing my Staffords in 2010 but was forced to take a break due to the pitter patter of the 2 legged variety. In the short time that I was in the show ring, we had some great success in the Brisbane and surrounding areas championship shows - even though I was an inexperienced show person, having spent my entire life around the horse industry. I have been very fortunate and found that I have had plenty of support and encouragement from other show competitors, whom I can’t thank enough for all their help and advice right from the beginning.
Our dog’s health and happiness is most important, our dogs run together happily on our acreage along with the chickens, horses and children. They also have outings on weekends and I have had many comments on how well behaved they are.
We believe that first and foremost Staffords should have exceptional temperaments and physical soundness, our dogs are health tested CLEAR for L2 HGA and HC, eye screened and immunized and health checked regularly. We strive to breed Staffords who are lovable best friends that will provide years of enjoyment as valued members of your family as they are ours.
I came across the AHT in 2015 when looking for a House Dog as my eldest son whom is dog mad, is allergic to the Staffords and so badly wanted a dog to sleep on the end of his bed. We introduced my son to all the “Hypoallergenic” breeds and other hairless breeds in a controlled environment. He reacted to each one and each time our hearts sank with the realisation that we may never be able to have an inside dog again.
So, off to the Internet I went, in search of a breed for my dog-loving son and I came across the American Hairless Terrier! Not so long after my discovery, I got talking to a lovely lady at a dog show (Jane) and I don’t know how it came up, but it turned out that she had an American Hairless Terrier at home. Jane was more than happy for us to come and meet her AHT and we were ecstatic when my son did not react.
From this time I was on a mission to get this wonderful breed recognised in Australia as a pure breed. I found out the AHT was to be approved to full status in America on the 1st January 2016 at which time I would be able to start the process of getting this wonderful breed Recognised in Australia. On the 17th January 2017 I got the fantastic news the AHT was accepted as a registerable Pure Breed in Australia.
The rest from there is history and we are now anxiously awaiting the arrival of our AHT girl later this year (2017). I would personally like to thank Lynn K Poston and Terri Murphy for all the tireless work they have done for this breed over the last 30 odd years and all the help they have given me personally along our Journey so far. I would also like to thank Patty Smith for allowing us the opportunity to own an AHT and we will endeavour to do you all and the Breed proud.
Please enjoy our site, visit our family photo’s page to get a feel for our loveable best friends and check back regular to see what we have been up to.
We welcome any and all inquiries on our Bloodlines, Stud Dogs and any Puppies or Adults that we may have available