The kennel’s story began in February 2009 with the advent of a quadruped friend at our home. The friend was a 10-month old tiny creature named Gerda. At the time I desperately needed a permanent and devoted friend, and when Gerda showed up, everything in my life turned for the better.

Half a year later, puppy Labrador Ron joined us. Ron and I laboriously worked through the basic training course, getting ready for future dog shows. Thanks to Ron’s trainer and striving for victory, we did achieve the set goal and Ron became Champion of Russia.

In the spring of 2011, a white-snow puppy, charming sweetheart Elis arrived from Moscow. From the very first days, she demonstrated her self-reliance and reserve.

The tiny Chihuahua Aiva, despite her insignificant size, bluntly takes command over the Labradors.

Also, we take care of and train the charming Spitzes and Yorkshire terriers.

About the breed

Labrador, or Labrador Retriever is a highly popular breed in Europe that dates back to the 19th century. The Labrador Retriever was born by crossbreeding of Newfoundlands with Retrievers (according to other sources, possibly, with Setters or Foxhounds).

The Labradors are large and strong. They have an “athletic” body and well-developed musculature. Despite their impressive size, Labradors are tough; they patiently endure long-lasting work in hard conditions. Thus, they are used as a hunting dog or a service dog.

Thanks to a combination of good physical abilities and balanced mentality this dog is a truly universal assistant. It is for a reason that it can be a good companion in life and a reliable service-animal working for the state.

The breed’s advantages:

  • exceptional mental stability,
  • quick-wittedness,
  • devotion to the owner and the owner’s family,
  • sensitivity to human tone of voice,
  • friendliness towards children.

Among the disadvantages only one feature should be mentioned: super loyal attitude to everything. So, Labradors may not be used as guard dogs.

About chihuahua, yorkshire terrier and spits


Looking at this breed, the first impression you get is: fast and furious.

Peculiarities: compact body and apple-shaped head. Chihuahua’s eyes are large and expressive, but not bulging. These are its distinctive physical features.

Chihuahuas are mannered ones. Typically, a chihuahua point its tail up, which narrows upwards and is curled in a semi-circle.

The dogs can be long-haired and short-haired.

German spitz

A wonderful dog breed somehow resembling a small-sized fox. They can be of different sizes and colors; beautifully built. They have distinctly fuzzy fur that does not hide the body’s outline. The fur’s hairs are hard, under hair, on the contrary, is soft.

With due care, the German Spitz will be perfectly healthy. The breed’s advantages are: calmness and cleverness. Thanks to these, the dogs are rather easy to train.

You can call the German Spitz a faithful friend and smart dog.

However, any owner should keep in mind that the Spitz needs a correctly selected diet. Otherwise, the dog will gain excess weight because of its proneness to obesity.

The york, or the youkshire terrier

In general, the York is a decorative breed. They can be placed in the group of dogs, as they say, “for one’s pleasure”.

The breed is very popular in both Europe and Russia, and its noble appearance inspires admiration. They are playful and kind.

The Yorkshire terrier and liveliness are synonyms.

The Yorks are characterized by:

  • High intellect and devotion to their owners.
  • Self-reliance and cheerfulness.
  • Mobility and stamina.
  • Displaying love.

The advantagers of the chihuahua, the yorkshire terrier and the spitz:

  • Small-size dogs,
  • Lively and energetic, loving,
  • Curious and smart,
  • Dog care does not cause much trouble,
  • Can be taken along on a long trip.