Paws from the Past

Always in our Hearts
Gone but not Forgotten...

Tolford's My Chocolate Molly CD CDX

Scrimshaw Tunes of Glory "Piper"

Click above link to read "A Reason and a Time for Every Purpose"


Hawksmoor Vixen RN NAJ CL-2
My Forever Dog 

Hawksmoor Bounty CD RN  1998-2013
Ch Tabatha's Drifter at Dickendall JH x Hawksmoor Willow Warbler
Bounty is the mother to Alex and Meadow, and grandmother to Glory and Caroline,( the 3rd generation), and Louie, Lottie, Case, Laney, Charlotte and Fern (4th generation) and now Keeper, Reed, and Wynter(5th generation) at Pondview. Her sweet temperament and willingness to please always shone through. She loved a tennis ball and a swim in the pool or pond and would do anything, for food. She was a versatile performance Lab, earning titles in obedience, rally, and agility. We miss her every day.

Pondview Hawksmoor Alexander April 2002-March 2019 
 Can.Ch Tormentil Chablais Charlie Lad x Hawksmoor Bounty CD RN

If any dog could be sweeter than Bounty, it was Alex. Our first yellow and our first boy in Bounty's first litter, we knew when he was born that he would stay at Pondview. My husband named him  Alexander the Great but he was most often called Bubby.  He adored the snow and we said that it was because of his Canadian blood since his father was from Chablais Labradors in Quebec. He was a happy-go-lucky boy, devoted to his family but definitely a clown. I never heard him growl. I don't think he had it in him. He had a wonderful deep happy bark, all the while wagging his tail.
Seventeen years is a very long life. But it seemed as though he would live forever. He will always be in our hearts. 

                     Hawksmoor Pondview Meadowlark  April 2004- November 2019
                                                                    Ch Saltmeadow Knight School x Hawksmoor Bounty CD RN

Meadow was the peacemaker in our pack, making sure that everyone is behaving and intervening when Glory and Caroline engaged in rough play. Her hobbies were eating grass, and chasing after any ball that was not thrown for her. Just like her half brother, Alex, and her mother, Bounty, she had a very sweet temperament. She had lots of nicknames, Meadzy and MeadyMoo were the most popular.
Our hearts were broken to have said goodbye to her at age 14 1/2. All the Pondview Labs came down from her, my yellow girl, who had only one litter. Her daughters, Caroline and Glory have continued the Hawksmoor Pondview line. Fly free, sweet girl, we love you.