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Hello, my name is Ben I do the website stuff around here so if there are any mistakes you notice first please let me know, second I take full blame for it. My wife's name is Linda both of us over the years (I in my late 50's the wife around the same) have had many pets of different types that we have raised for pleasure not just for money alone but because we love one and all of them.
Dogs have always been the for front of our joy. Having out lived now since we have been together 3 types of dogs. Our first one's where a loving pair of Miniature Schnauzers a great pleasure they where when they where with us, long since passed on now. The second where a wonderful pair of Great Danes oh how I miss them both now gone from us about a year and a half now.
Growing up on a working farm is what both the wife and I did with all that goes along living and breathing farm life. I was active in 4H as well as my wife. My father and I raised, broke, bred and sold horses as well as cattle, the wife the same along with other farm animals.
Right or wrong other than a dog my first real pet I had was a racoon kit I found by his mother who had a mis-fortunate accident. I raised this little one until adult hood at which time one day he was just gone I am sure nature called and he had to go check it out, I was glad at the time I could do what I could for him.
Since that time and mostly while married to Linda we have raised a lot of different things besides dogs. I got a passion for birds so I built a Aviary room in another house we owned in the basement area. It housed from Cockatiel's to Parrots and some things in between. I also jumped into reptiles about the same time having from Snakes to Lizards of all types around the house. Then I got into Ferrets, Prairie dogs and other things. I think you get the point here, have always been around some type of animal, just love them all.
HoneyCreek Australian Shepherds
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