Shelby has been around dogs as a household business her entire life. Raised in a family that bred and raised Dobermans, she learned early on how to interact with animals. She possesses a way with animals that is rare. She has trained dogs to high levels of competitions, with numerous awards and titles to her name. With her vast knowledge of dogs in both areas of health and training, your dog will be very well cared for.
Shelby trains the board and train dogs. Gives private lessons, and teaches advanced obedience to clients.
Cody is a retired Army veteran who served in the Iraq war from 2003-2008. Prior to that he served our community as a Deschutes county deputy. He has also worked helping our local veterans. His take charge and clear communication skills are extremely helpful when working with dogs and clients alike. Coming home from Iraq wounded and with PTSD, the dogs give Cody the healing and comfort that dogs are so good at.
Cody manages the boarding dogs. All incoming and outgoing dogs and keeps our books and records in order.
Alexis comes from a long background of dogs and horses alike. She is very skilled with dogs and her firm and effeciant manner helps dogs feel at ease with her. She helps us out with the kennel. Providing the highest care and ensuring your dog has a comfortable stay here. She walks the dogs, keeps the kennels clean and feeds the dogs. Helping with all daily chores.
Sierra grew up with dogs and is an avid barrel racer. Her quiet and efficient demeanor makes her an excellent helper in the kennels.
She helps with all daily chores, walking, feeding, and general care of dogs staying at the facility.
NEUMOND means New Moon in German. A name chosen for our passion for the dark rich shepherds, but also in appreciation for the continued opportunity to start fresh with every New Moon. To renew ones spirit and continue forth even through trials and tragedy.
In astronomy, new moon is the first phase of the Moon, when it orbits as seen from the Earth, the moment when the Moon and the Sun have the same ecliptical longitude. The Moon is not visible at this time except when it is seen in silhouette during a solar eclipse when it is illuminated by earthshine.