Let me tell you a little bit about myself. My life has always revolved around animals. I grew up on a hobby farm where we had a barn full of furry and feathered critters. I have been working as a veterinary technician since 1990. I have been a therapy dog volunteer since 1993 where I have taken my previous Pomeranians to local nursing and retirement homes. I have had pomeranins for 40 years, and my Pomeranians are the love of my life. I currently have 2 precious girls; Mylee is my 6 year old blue Merle and Minnie Mouse, a 4 yr old orange pom. She is my current registered therapy dog with Alliance of Therapy dogs. My other pets are a 3 yr old Holland lop rabbit named Munchie, a 10 month old pygmy african hedgehog named Bruce Quills, a 4 month old Hedgehog named Phyllis Quiller and an 8 month old Sun conure named Mateo.
I have been an aquarium hobbyist since 1980. I currently have a 75 gallon african cichlid aquarium and one 65 gallon reef aquarium. In my spare time I enjoy colouring, drawing and painting animals and I love taking pictures as much as I love animals!
I have been raising several types of parrots since 1986, I started with Budgies, then got into cockatiels for 20 years. But since 2006 I decided to specialize in Quakers and Sun Conures. I started with greens, then introduced blues into my lines. I have been breeding only blues, Pallids and Opalines since and hopefully Lutinos next year now that I have a boy.
I think they are the perfect pets, Quakers for their fun personality and amazing talking ability and Suns for their gorgeous plumage and cuddliness.
I have been breeding Campbells Dwarf Hamsters since 2011 as well. I hope to try breeding African pigmy hedgehogs this fall.
Check my in the nest page, to see what I am currently hand feeding and Babies for sale page to see what I have available.
We are located in Innisfil, Ontario. Best way to contact me is through my email, at firstname.lastname@example.org for a quick reply. You can also text me anytime at 705-716-0585 but I don't answer my phone calls when I am at work.