Honorable Mention & Memorials
We created this section of our website to showcase dogs that are part of the PrideNJoyz family that may not be an active part of our breeding program but, still contribute to the passion of the breed. We always encourage our families to get out there and show the world the amazing qualities of the breed. We have families that participate in rally, lure coursing, herding, conformation, obedience and many other fun events. This is one of the ways we thought to say thank you.
Resident Mini Horse
Ragu is not part of our breeding program but, does live permanently at PrideNJoyz. He is a giant boy with a goofy personality. Ragu is from our Dayday x Glow breeding. Ragu is currently working on his trick dog novice tile!
Ragu is from our Daitan VDL x Glow litter .
PrideNJoyz In Dispute.
Beside being a social media superstar, Brinks and his momma have outdone themselves. Canadian champion, Canine Good Neighbor, Coursing Ability, Herding, CHIC certified and therapy dog.
Brinks had a wonderful life in Canada and was another fantastic puppy from our Saggio and Aria litter.
BISS. CAN. GCH. PrideNJoyz Bank Heist Eh, HIC, CGN, TDI, TT, CAX2
While Zuchi has no titles....yet, she is a wonderful asset to her owner as a helper when he trains dogs. Zuchi and Ryan travel and help train dogs with behavioral issues. She lives her life in the city and enjoys trips to the suburbs and country to stretch her legs. We look forward to see what they will achieve.
These are the ones who leave us in physical form but stay with us in our hearts and memories.
So many pets touch our lives, here we would like to capture those who are part of our family in one way or another.
January 30, 2020
Ragu (Daitan x Glow)
Ragu lived most of his life here at PrideNJoyz. For health and temperament reasons he was not including in the future of our program. Those in his small circle loved him dearly and laughed at his antics. His floppy cropped ears just added to his personality. Ragu loved playing with Yatzi and being with Scott more than anything. He even obtained his trick dog title! Unfortunately, we had to make a difficult decision to let him cross the rainbow bridge sooner than we would have liked.