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Our Rescue Work


Our Rescue Work

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Our Rescue Work


Our Rescue Work

Opening our home to Chesapeakes who needed a brief place to stay was a rewarding experience and that shaped our knowledge of how these dogs find themselves in trouble. They find themselves in need through no fault of their own and we feel it is the responsibility of their breeders and their owners to provide for their needs and to protect them. And, in cases where the owner does not or cannot uphold their responsibilities to their dog, the breeder should step in as a safety net. We hope to see a day when the majority of breeders would be the ultimate protectors of their own and where rescue volunteers can stand for the dogs who have no one to look out for them. 

Over the years, we brought a lot of foster dogs into our home. Each one taught us a great deal about training, structure, and the breed. and the photo gallery below pays tribute to them. Not all of them are represented here, but they are all very dear to us.

We are no longer able to foster rescue dogs. We maintain space in our home so that we always have room for dogs of our own breeding that may need to come “home.”

If you are interested in adopting a rescued Chesapeake, please reach out to: