We live in Oakhurst, CA, Southern Gateway to Yosemite National Park. Visits at this time are only at shows/events, listed below.
Join our mailing list! We send occasional updates to our subscribers, especially breeding updates. Our primary "visit" opportunities in the near term will be at dog shows and events. We only offer home visits when we have a breeding in progress, to applicants that we are considering for a puppy from that specific current litter. With no litters currently in progress, we do not have home visit opportunities at this time.
Upcoming shows and events in or near CA Holly plans to attend include:
Vallejo, September 15, 16, 17, 18, 2022 (this is a large event with over 30 Swissies entered and over 40 to be on the grounds).
Morgan Hill, CA, October 7, 8, 9, 2022
Other shows in CA or nearby where you can meet a RODEO Swissy, but we do not plan to be present:
Dixon, CA, September 24, 25, 2022
Caron City, NV, October 1, 2, 2022
We travel for shows throughout the US, mainly in western states. Only CA shows or near to CA are listed here.
Most shows are added to this public list only 14 days prior to the show date, so check back regularly, or email us if you would like to connect at a show and we may be able to provide information on shows farther out than 2 weeks. We still offer meet-and-greets at shows we attend, even when we do not have an upcoming breeding in progress.
In person events offered in 2022 so far, year to date, in California and NV = 36 days
(Updated September 23, 2022)
Due to no breedings pending, and high volume of email, our response to new inquiries will be delayed.
We prefer e-mail for a first contact, over any other method. We suggest you look around the site, including our Puppy and Upcoming Breeding pages before reaching out, as we keep these pages 100% up to date and the pages answer many questions.
During this time that we have no pending breedings, we are not accepting applications. We no longer keep applications "on file" between litters.
The question "when is your next litter' is ALWAYS answered at the pages above.
(Updated May 30, 2022)