Nice to meet you! Let me tell you a bit about us. Bobby Marr fell in love with goldens when he was younger and his mother, Cindy Marr, started breeding them. Later, him and Julia adopted Thor from Cindy Marr. Thor was Julia's first dog and she realized what a good, lovable boy he is. We decided to keep his son, Sol, as the premiere stud of our breeding program to continue/expand Cindy Marr's bloodlines and to pass on Thor's temperament. Our love of Newfoundlands began when Thor was around 2 years old. We adopted a Saint Bernard named Ben, and a Newfoundland named Cash. Although we loved Ben very much, Cash stole our hearts. As he got older we wanted a puppy to soften the blow when he eventually passes. However, we were having a hard time finding a reputable breeder in our area so we decided to take on the role.
Julia Ries has a degree in Biology from Guelph University which she originally planned on using to become a veterinarian. Those plans changed however when she decided to take a more natural approach to pet nutrition. She decided to look for alternative ways to help animals and landed on natural medicines. Julia is currently taking courses to become a certified Clinical Pet Nutritionist and Doctor of Natural Medicine in order to better help her customers
Bobby Marr has worked in both the retail and manufacturing sides of the pet food industry and have learned more about pet products then most people have access to. Bobby is originally from Stevensville and grew up breeding and boarding dogs at Second Home Pet Boarding. He has helped to care for thousands of dogs in his lifetime and has learned much about breeds, health and general care. Bobby also managed production for True Raw Choice learning much about how products are made, inside information about brands and met various representatives of companies.
The rest of the Crew
Cash, Our Rescue Newfoundland
Lari the spunky Himalayan
Maple, Our extremely friendly rescue Calico
Tara the Tibetan Mastiff, Our Family Guardian
Macaroon, the laid-back Maine Coon
Kashi, the crazy Bengal