Visiting with Puppies
We take each litter to the local senior center for a little visiting time.
Baby and Puppy
Cindy's grandson William and one of Tasha's first litter posing together for the camera.
Our puppies receive love and affection before they've even opened their eyes.
Have a Puppy New Year
Puppies at play
It's important to make sure the pups have plenty of opportunity to exercise (and wear themselves out).
GSD Christmas Naptime
If only that one on the end had stayed asleep a little longer...
German Shepherd Puppy with Boy
Learning to go up and down the stairs is much more interesting when there are toys involved.
Eldest of Tasha's Fall 2017 litter.
Flood Farm's Kipper waits for permission to run on the beach.
Kipper and Lena's pup Zanzibar all grown up and loving life.
German Shepherd Pup Stocking
The best kind of stocking stuffer.
Zanzibar Mountain Climbing
Hiking Dog Zanzibar even carries his own gear!
Sasha on the Beach
Kipper and Lena's Sasha has her first day on the beach.
German Shepherd in the Garden
There's nothing a dog loves more than a host of new smells!
Flood Farm's Tasha
As a puppy, Tasha liked to play peek-a-boo with her humans.
Lena and Pups
Flood Farm's Lena is a natural mother to both canine and human pups.
Lena's Last Litter
In January of 2016, Lena had her last litter, and was very pleased with herself.
German Shepherd Pup with Ball
It doesn't matter how big the ball is - it's a ball. :)
Rocky and Cat
Rocky weighs 150 lbs, but knows how to play nice with the household cat.
Logan is a beach dog, all day every day.
Zoe the Hiking Dog
Zoe is attentive and intelligent, and loves to see what's beyond the horizon. Or in your pockets.
Pups are taken to the local Senior Center for socialization.
Training with Puppies
We invite new people to come interact with the puppies, instructing them to come, sit, and lie down so they become accustomed to new voices and new hands.
Zelda and Matilda
Anything you can do, I can do better!
What better place for an adventurous dog than the beach?
Socializing and handling our pups from an early age makes it easier later on when we need to groom them or clip their toenails.
Flood Farm's Tasha
After being with the pups all night, it's time for a morning nap.