Valaurora Decker Terriers (January 14, 2017)|
|Welcome to the wonderful world of Decker Rat Terriers or Decker Giant Rat Terriers, as they are also known! |
Whether you are looking for the perfect hunting dog, show dog or family pet, you have chosen the right breed!
"This specific type of Rat Terrier was developed by Milton Decker in the 1970’s as a hunting dog and a dog that was a joy to be around and own, in the family/farm environment. It turns out that they are so much more than that…this is a dog that can be at home with just about any job or task, in just about any environment. We have found them to be very smart, easy to train, loyal and loving."
Once you've done your research, a Valaurora Decker Rat Terrier may be in your future.
For your peace of mind and for the continued good health of the breed, we raise our pups in the home environment and we health test our breeding dogs.
Please take a moment to get to know us as well as our Decker Line Rat Terriers.
Valaurora Rat Terriers Folder (Nov. 27, 2012)|
|SOME OF MY DOGS ARE LOOKING FOR NEW, FOREVER HOMES. SOME ARE AVAILABLE TO APPROVED BREEDERS. SOME WILL BE SOLD AS PETS ONLY TO BE SPAYED OR NEUTERED. |
LOVING HOMES A MUST, FENCED YARDS PREFERRED.
I HAVE NO PUPPIES AVAILABLE!!!
I DO NOT SHIP!!
PROSPECTIVE NEW OWNERS MUST MEET MYSELF AND THE DOG IN PERSON!!
CONTACT ME FOR INFO ON AVAILABLE DOGS
All of my Rat Terriers are AKC and UKC registered. Some of them have some amount of the Decker bloodline in their pedigrees.
Dixieland Walking Horses (June 23, 2009)|
|Welcome to Dixieland Walking Horses! |
Along with my collies & rat terriers, I also breed, ride and love naturally gaited Tennessee Walking Horses, Spotted Saddle Horses and Racking Horses.
I don't show my horses. Just trail ride occassionally and love them! They are as spoiled as my dogs!
They are all naturally gaited and are not stacked! They have no artificial gaiting devices used or applied to them. Their smooth gaits are bred in, not nailed on!
I use Natural Horsemanship training methods with them to produce sound and sane horses.
They are never ridden before they are 3 or 4 years old. I believe in giving them time to mature, physically and emotionally/mentally.
I hope you enjoy the pictures! I'll be adding more later!