Shallow Creek Farm, LLC
Our Service Dogs are used by Guide Dogs For The Blind, as well as for Diabetic, Seizure and Autism Alert services.
While we find our greatest happiness in raising Service Dogs and providing families with their future companions, we are also active in conformation showing, obedience and hunt. We are members of the Labrador Retriever Club of the Potomac and Shallow Creek Farm is also an AKC approved Canine Good Citizen (CGC) evaluator.
Therapy Dog Evaluators--this certification is through Therapy Pet Unlimited. After contacting Therapy Pets (therapypetsunlimited.org) you and your dog can be tested here as a new therapy team!! PLEASE email for more information on this wonderful program!!
Certify with us as a Therapy Dog team!!
Conformation, pedigree and beauty are so important. But, temperament is of equal concern to us. Whether for therapy service, your family or with our own children, a terrific attitude is a must!!
Faith-Seen here after her service placement as an Autism Alert Service dog.
Below is one of our latest additions to the Service world. She is now a Diabetic Alert dog for a lucky young man. This puppy is from Grandby's second litter, inheriting her wonderful temperament and attitude!!
One of Grandby's pups during a diabetic alert test!!
Tess, a fantastic girl with a story of her own...
Tess came to Shallow Creek through a rescue situation and now, after receiving some much needed love and attention (and a little training:), she is ready to help others!! Tess is now a Diabetic Alert Dog (DAD) for a young man in much need of assistance!!
Tess is just as happy as she can be!!
Raye is on his way to providing help to a family in his new capacity as a Service Dog.
Born in April from Lexi's litter, he will remain at Shallow Creek for a short while for some basic training before heading off to work!!
As of 8-24-12, Raye has begun his service career!!
These two brothers are on a special journey. They are both going on to their service careers for the Guide Dog Foundation For The Blind. Born in April from Lexi's litter, we are so very happy our dogs can serve in such a wonderful manner.
Starting their new jobs!!!
Grandby, seen below, has produced a number of service dogs for us--all of whom have her fantastic disposition!!
This is Max, a young puppy from Gump & Spike's last litter (2014). Max is headed to Ohio to serve as a young lady's Diabetic Alert Dog (DAD).
One of our latest Service Dogs, Joan, is shown here on vacation with her partner!!
June 24, 2015
In 2016, Ann found herself in a wonderful home as Companion Dog in with her new family !
Claire finds herself in a new environment, a little bit colder than what she is used to.
Still, Claire is quite content with her role as a Companion Dog with her new best friend !