Possible Frenchton Litter
Due February 7-11, 2020
In 2019, I retired from my full-time overnight management position of almost 27 years, and decided to take the early retirement option to have more time to spending doing what I love.
Over those past number of years, I sacrificed not being able to do the things I've enjoyed such as showing the mini horses, spending uninterrupted time with family, and enjoying my animals on the farm. I was constantly tired, and could never get enough sleep.
It's such a tough shift to work and is so hard on the body because it's not normal.
Now my family, animals, and acreage are finally able to be at the top of my priority list,
and I'm incredibly grateful for this opportunity to have that time with them.
I never thought I'd raise another breed of dogs along side my Mini Aussie program; I especially wouldn't have considered this with full-time employment. We found Molly from friends of ours that date back to my Arabian horse showing days.
I wasn't looking for her, but she somehow found her way into our family, and she fits right in.
I would never consider raising full-blooded Frenchies, but our daughter raises Bostons and it's definitely a cross that is desirable.
If meant to be, we will have our first Frenchton litter in February 2020.
And let me tell you, Roger and Phoenix are very excited about these puppies.
Early retirement has been good for me and my family.