Flat-Coats at Heart

Patches
Patches

10/05/1984 — 02/21/2009

Penny Woodward

A throw away from a puppy mill became a loving companion and a life long friend.  I am so glad you came into my life.  What a great dog.

Ch Lee’s Frisky Business
Becky

01/08/1989 — 04/09/2001

Dawn Buttion & Marty Archambeault
Lycinan’s Indian Paintbrush WC CGC
Cody

02/06/1991 — 07/11/2001

Mark & Linda Reynolds

If anyone ever fit the part of the comfortable English gentleman sporting a pipe and smoking jacket, it was Cody. Cody always lived life with a wink and a nod, yet with never a moment’s concession to another’s way. He loved to retrieve, but only at his discretion. He was modestly adventurous, inconspicuously confident, and always his own man. And he never let having a good time stand in the way of a serious nap. He insisted on enjoying life on his own terms, and he usually did. He loved you from a distance, but you knew that he did. And when he really needed you, he let you know. He knew he was deeply loved. Cody left us suddenly and unexpectedly on July 11. He was 10 1/2 years old. Thank you, Cody, for your gentle humor, and the many good and happy years together. We miss your serene presence terribly.

Jack NA TDI
Jack

02/28/1993 — 05/16/2008

Beth Garland

Jack was a part of our family for fifteen years.  He was a beautiful mixed breed.  His soft spaniel eyes spoke to me the day that I first saw him at the SPCA.  He was cherished by all of my family.

Bravewood Sundanze Surfer Girl
Gidget

12/14/2008

Marcie Baer
Color: Other
Sex: Bitch
Adirondac’s Six Million Acres SH WCX
Parker

12/14/2011

Bob and Jill Kurtz
Sex: Dog
Weebe Peppermint Patty
Patty

03/09/2018

Janet and Greg Boss
Color: Other
Sex: Bitch
Breeder: Megan Baker

Golden wannabe FCR

Lucy ONYX
Lucy

12/31/1996 — 11/01/2010

Janet Boss
Storm
Storm

April Senseney

My first love when it came to dogs was Shetland Sheepdogs. Although I’m very active with Flat-Coats now, I still have shelties and Storm joined our family back in 2006. I think he thinks he is a herding, retrieving FC-Sheltie cross breed. He likes to run in the field with the big dogs and even though he is a small guy, he has the heart of a lion.

Northfield’s Let’s Moon ‘Em
Cheeky

Karen Wiley