Boomer was our first Aussie purchased from Ric Pittman in 1976. He was a cute little ball of fluff that captured our hearts instantly. Boomer went everywhere in the truck with Ron. He was Ron’s faithful companion for many years.
Thank you Ric for getting us started in this wonderful breed.
Foxie was our first show dog and foundation for our kennel. Our kennel is named after our beloved Foxie. She was a gorgeous girl with beautiful movement and a lovely temperament. These traits were passed on to her offspring, assuring her influence in the Foxpointe boys and girls of the future. A Special “thank you” to Carol Earnest of Starswept for the privilege of owning such a special girl.
In her retirement Foxie was our companion and house dog. Foxie was our “Grand Lady” and the start of Foxpointe Australian Shepherds.
Good bye dear friend….
We are so proud of our Daisy. She accomplished her Hall of Fame status from one litter. As one of our foundation dogs many of our successes at Foxpointe can be directly attributed to her. Daisy was our very special girl and will always have a special place in our hearts.
Lexie Sue was also from Foxie’s first litter. At 2 years of age she moved to Northern California to live with my sister and brother in law. My brother in law was ill and wanted a dog in the worst way.
Lexie was exactly what they needed. She was the love of their lives. My sister has lost both her husband and Lexie now, but will always remember all the love and happiness she brought to them.
Lexie was owned by Harry & Peggy Schroeder.
Katie was a gorgeous red tri girl, with intelligence to match. With her stunning good looks and sound movement she finished her ASCA Championship with ease. Katie had proven to be a very versatile Aussie. She has excelled in Agility and Obedience. She also earned started herding titles.
Katie passed on her versatile qualities to her kids and had titled offspring in various areas of competition.
Katie was still competing and earning titles in Agility as a veteran. She was Best Opposite Sex Veteran at the 2004 ASCA National Specialty a day I will never forget.
Kandee’s wonderful temperament and personality won over everyone who meet her.
Sally finished her championship in grand style, putting our kennel Foxpointe in the ASCA Hall of Fame.
Rudy was born at Foxpointe and left at 8 weeks of age with his new owner Gary Albino.
Gary passed away in November, 2007. Rudy moved back home to spend the rest of his life with us.