Welcome to the Swallows' Guestbook

Dear Friends, Please feel free to write a greeting in our guestbook. We'd like to know you've been here to visit us.

Written by Shirley Robertson on Nov. 23, 2014

Hi Pat,

I need your address and email for MGRC as I am doing TD/TDX this year.




Written by Sharon Groves on Aug. 1, 2012

Jeff Overman gave me your webpage. Love all thw pictures. If you make it to Columbus Oh for a match tell Jeff to let me know.




Written by Kent on Sep. 18, 2011

I have just visited your website. Really nice :-) Best regards from Sweden.

Written by Tanya on Apr. 21, 2010

Nice website! Tanya

Written by Shirley Massey on Jul. 23, 2009

I love your dogs. Your website is beautiful and I have enjoyed it immensley. Thank you for sharing your family.




Written by Sherry Goff on Apr. 4, 2009

Hi Pat,

They are all so adorable. It's great when the new owner keep you in touch with your grandpups. Thanks for sharing with us too.




Written by Vista & my mom, Nancy on Dec. 8, 2008

Hi Pat, Kerri & family!!! We really miss our golden friends & are so thrilled to read of your new venture! Hope to see you at agility this summer, Vista & Nancy (& Chloe, Dot, E & Hottie!)




Written by LeaAnn Frank on Aug. 5, 2007

Hey Swallows- nice pups!!!!!! It was nice to talk to you last week. I miss you guys..now at least I can keep up with your kids!!!!!!! see ya.




Written by Kate Hutchinson on Jul. 21, 2007

Hi! I'm a friend on one of the future puppy homes, you might call me Aunt Kate! When an Irish family has five children they fondly refer to it as a "Full Quiver", congratulations on your Full Quiver litter, they are adorable! I can't wait to meet Sandy's puppy in a few weeks!




Written by Gary Van Dam on Mar. 7, 2007

Hello Pat & Tom, You have a great website! I live in East Lansing, Michigan, and have a son of Canyon who was born 11/04, and I also enjoy pheasant hunting with him. "Seger's" mother is "Sugar" from Crockett, Texas. I am just beginning work on a JH title with him and was wondering about your experiences. Thanks, Gary Van Dam