Fox Creek Farm believes breeding dogs should not live in a kennel. They deserve to live in homes with families and to be treated like family members. Kenneled dogs tend to be skittish as they lack exposure to ordinary life situations and this skittishness is typically transferred to their puppies. While a few dogs reside permanently at Fox Creek Farm, many of our breeding dogs are placed in guardian homes as puppies where they live their entire lives. Our guardians are carefully selected and our pick of the litter puppies are placed free of charge with these families to raise as their family pets. These dogs produce a limited number of litters before being spayed and retired from breeding and they live out the rest of their lives with their guardian families. Contact us if you are interested in being a guardian family for a puppy.