Breanna’s Page

Why we now have Breanna

Because Kiehtan loves me!




A story about my friend, companion and master, our Airedale of some six years Sabrina.

 She is what people call a rescue dog, sometimes I wonder just who rescued whom?

 Soon after the big scare from the Chinese poisoned dog food ( one of too many times that this communist country has been finding ways to kill off Americans) in which the only way we kept her alive was to carry her out into the car every few hours for that complete holiday weekend and drive her around the neighborhood, Sabrina loves going for a ride.

 We thought that after that the only way to insure that she remained healthy was to make our own dog food, sounds good right?

A few months ago she showed up with a bleeding spot on her side, we took her to someone who we though was a friend, our Veterinarian for help.

 To keep from fighting a lawsuit let us just say we chose to try a friends Veterinarian.

Nothing there either, so we took her to the’ said to be best pet skin specialist in Florida’ who told us that now she has skin cancer!

 At this time in on grief it would be so easy to blame Kiehtan (God), why did god let this happen?

Does this mean that god does not have interest in animals because they are lower than humans?

Good thing I never went down that road because the more we read on the internet the more that we find out that we and our many money hungry vets are the ones to blame!

We bought the best ground lamb that our supermarket could get once a month, brown rice and frozen vegetables mixed them together, steamed the Lamb, add some vitamins and served it to her three times a day, she now eats like a Queen!

Brown rice and the vegetables break down as sugar and the vitamins are full of yeast, all built up in her system and are killing her!

 Kiehtan (God) will soon take her home to be with angels and if we believe we will get to see her soon!



Sabrina has crossed at 02:38 this morning

Where am I going?


Am I coming back?

With-in a few days Kiehtan directed us to Breanna to help with our loss

No she is never going to leave her new pets.


She have a qualified Veterinarian, no more cow doctors!

Are you going to be good parents?

The rest of the trip to my new home

My new Mommy drove the car


My new Daddy held me in his lap.


O. K. I guess I can be happy

with my new family.

This is Sonny a national champion Airedale.


Breanna’s Airedale Mommy.

This is Banter also an Airedale national champion.


Breanna’s Airedale Daddy,


It is so hard to name a new puppy; she changes every hour.

However, if the shoe fits?

So, we named her “stop that, don’t do that, move, get out of there,

be a good girl, don’t eat that”,

and we shortened it to.


With some protesting on my part!

Soon after I had to change her name to Breanna.


Breanna came from the Cornerstone Terriers

Malon & Kim Ward

Her mommy is Sonny.

Her daddy is Banter.

 If you cannot find a rescue Airedale

or if you just want a puppy

you can trust them to be at a top care place.

Banter is at the Kyan’s Kennels

Dianna G. Fielder

Same deal, if you need a place that

can be trusted with well cared

for Airedales, this is the place.



This is an update about Breanna’s progress.

Breanna has been going to the door for about

two weeks now to let us know that

she wants to go potty.

We bought her a new Papasan bed.

As soon as it was set up at her window

she jumper in like she has been doing this for years.


The Small Animal Hospital at the University of Florida

Veterinary Medical Center


 Breanna’s new doctor is at the best place on earth to have your pet.

The Small Animal Hospital at the University of Florida

Veterinary Medical Center

You want a close up? I can give you a close up.


How’s this for a close up?

You got any food in that thing?

 I think I like this place.

Date May 12, 2010


 Breannas pets

Donna Jones and William Storey of Paisley walk their Airedale terrier puppy, Breanna,

during the American Cancer Society Relay For Life at Leesburg High School.

Breanna’s companion, Sabrina, died of cancer in February at age six.



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