About FoxTribe K9
The FoxTribe K9 is the outcome of a love story that came alive when the rescue canine and horse caregiver and the well respected Marine Corp Sgt Fox met on the North shores of Hawaii. We wanted to find a way to help others cope with the many hardships of life, namely, military life and living with special needs. Our first breed was the English Mastiff which we had years of experience with. With several years of study we eventually grew to breeding and showing the Tibetan Mastiff. We then added a Newfoundland with the intention of staying involved in the breed. But upon the loss of our perfect Newfie service dog, we quickly realized that the majority of the breed was unhealthy and we wouldn't be able to breed to the standard of health that we believed in.
After several years we sought out our service dog replacement and imported a Czech German shepherd who is the daughter of long lines of search and rescue dogs in the Czech Republic. This has become the foundation for our police and protection k9 program.
Lastly, during our hunt for a service dog we came to know the Bichon Frise. While this dog didn't meet our needs for a service dog due to our farm life which would be unsafe for a 12lb dog to be with at all times, we fell in LOVE with the breed and saw how much happiness they could bring our home and all of the homes that NEED a service dog in a more compact package. We decided to bring in a few very special Bichon's which is the foundation to our Volpe Tribu Bichon program.
Over the years we have found everything was more tangible with a dog by our side, and we found that others felt the same way. Wether it is while your spouse is away, or long after you have come home from mental battles or physical war; animals are the medicine and we are determined to cultivate a safe environment in which these families can come to find health tested, sanitarily raised fluffy family members.
As we work tirelessly to produce puppies of sound temperament, structure, and health, we welcome you to join our ohana (family). We do not place by a numbered pick system from reception of deposit like most breeders. Instead, we stop taking deposits when we reach our projected litter count and return to taking deposits if we do have more puppies than we expected. This way, no matter where you are in the waitlist we will make sure every family is matched appropriately for their wants and needs and the puppies personality. Wounded Warriors please let us know if you are looking for a service dog, you are eligible for special private programs. If you would like to know more about us please leave your info in the home application!