Kennel Club Assured Breeder Scheme Members since 2004

2013 was a sad and unlucky year, and 2014 has been no better. On 9th September 2013 my husband Jim found peace at last after years of disability and pain. A month before his death, Vera, my beloved Tibetan Spaniel, died in an accient. A year later Dora, a sweet and much wanted and adored little pug - tragically lost her life too. If only it were possible to turn back the clock. In addition, not one but two whole litters of puppies were lost that year - presumably to CHV although post mortem did not confirm the cause.

Life, however, has to move on, and a new chapter in our lives will soon begin. The anticipated house sale fell through when the buyer pulled out at the last minute! So No 8 is back on the market.

Cherrill Deans
Great Gonerby
NG31 8PP
01476 400724
Mobile: 07914 300183

Fallon at 4 months Brownface.web


Introducing Toraylac Fallon, born 2.5.14, bred by Caroline Gibson and cuddled here by Evie Deans.

Fallon will not be shown due to uneven head markings, but has a wonderful temperament, the only one to lie still on the sofa, content to rest beside me, rather than make a scarf of herself like some others I could mention!

Her name (you probably guessed already) is a bit of a play on the name of her father - Aranel Colby.

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Frankie has An A Grade MRI scan at 2.5 years (from Stone Lion Vets), clear eyes, Grade 1 heart 2013.  He was DNA tested in August 2011 for Curly Coat/Dry Eye and Episodic Falling and is clear of both.

He passed his Good Citizen's Silver, and has his STUD BOOK number. He's affectionate and fun to be with and we are proud of him.

Frankie's 7th birthday was on Armistice Day 2014 and now that he's a Veteran I shall take him out to some shows. I am sure he
has missed being part of the show team.


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HOME - Covill Close, Great Gonerby

At last, a sunny view of our bungalow (Spring 09).

After years travelling the world courtesy of HM Forces we came to a stop here in Grantham over 25 years ago. Which means we are very handy for the A1 - the road to everywhere - and very handy for Newark showground.

The neighbours are friendly and we aren't the only breeders in the village - Bev and Jim Hanna live here with their Soft Coated Irish Wheatens too.

The Gang's all here!

Note: Daniel, Freya and Carmen are now in new homes, only one tri now.
(Photo taken at Helen Moffatt's)