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Here at The Inn at Hound Hollow we have been boarding some of the dogs since they are just young puppies. We have watched them grow out of puppy-hood, grow into that awkward stage, then into fun loving, devoted pets. Sadly, some have gaited across the Rainbow Bridge and this page will feature those who are no longer with us. Please remember each and every one of them were very special to us. If photographs are available I will post them. PLEASE SCROLL DOWN TO SEE THE PHOTOGRAPHS


These were some of my dogs.. I miss you all dearly Rainbow Bridge Just this side of Heaven is a place called Rainbow Bridge. When an animal dies that has been especially close to someone here, that pet goes to Rainbow Bridge. There are meadows and hills for all of our special friends so they can run and play together. There is plenty of food, water and sunshine and our friends are warm and comfortable. All the animals who had been ill and old are restored to health and vigor; those who were hurt or maimed are made whole and strong again, just as we remember them in our dreams of days and times gone by. The animals are happy and content, except for one small thing: they each miss someone very special, someone who was left behind. They all run and play together, but the day comes when one suddenly stops and looks into the distance. His bright eyes are intent; his eager body begins to quiver. Suddenly, he breaks from the group, flying over the green grass, faster and faster. You have been spotted, and when you and your special friend finally meet, you cling together in joyous reunion, never to be parted again. The happy kisses rain upon your face; your hands again caress the beloved head, and you look once more into those trusting eyes, so long gone from your life, but never absent from your heart. Then you cross the Rainbow Bridge together… *Author Unknown*


“Daisy” was loved and owned by the Rausch Family
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3/2016 “Gracie” was loved and owned by the Steward Family


“Dylan” was owned and loved by the Lyter Family


“Skippy” was owner and loved by the Vandergrift Family.

Murphy 2012

“Murphy” was owned and loved by the Newman Family


“Bucky” was owned and loved by the Newman Family


“Charlie” was owned and loved by Mary & George Paterno

“Goober” was owned and loved by the Clouden Family


Noelle, was owned and loved by Rebecca and Kyle Bolton


It is with a very heavy heart, we say goodbye to “Whosie” Hound Hollow’s Chit Chat. She sadly had a very fast growing tumor of the Adrenal gland. Bob and I made the decision to give her the gift of not suffering. She will be missed. Run free…. we love you.


September 7, 2014- Tucker was loved by Beth and Drew Stoudt

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July 11, 2014- Mimi was loved by Darlene and Jan Horwath

    Zane 1 12 20 2011 (606x800) 7/ 2/ 1990 – 5/ 10/ 2013 INCASFINALVICTORY “Zane”, succumbed to severe colic and a possible twist yesterday. Zane, was born and raised here on the farm. His dam Inca died shortly after his birth so Bob and I literally kept him alive. He was bottle fed and taught how to be a horse. He will be missed very much. Run free you silly grey guy… I am sure our others that have gone before you, were waiting as you crossed.


January 17, 2012- Hemi, Doberman Pincher loved by the Yeager Family


January 10, 2013- Rosie was loved by the Reitmeyer Family June 9, 2012

It’s been a very sad day here on the farm. An era has come to a end for Bob and myself. We lost our last sighthound today. L.A. was our last Borzoi. She was out of our Indy. Ch. Hound Hollow Independence. My babies can all be together again. Run free L.A. ♥ LA Hound Hollow Photography JRT MagooIMG_0924 4/17/2012 “Mr. Magoo”…yesterday we laid to rest another one of our canine family. Magoo was our last Jack Russell Terrier. I was torn or whether or not to photograph him yesterday. I didn’t, because I wanted to remember him darting out a 2 inch opening in and gate when he was young. We used to chase him until he was ready to come back in. I recall vividly the day he arrived. He reminded me so much of his sire Taz. It won’t be the same without little Magoo who as a very young puppy, just learning to walk, walked into the sides of the ex pen all the time as if they didn’t exist. We actually thought he had sight issues but oh how we were wrong. Run free my little man through the openings in any gate you might come upon. You will be missed. Buck “Buck” was owned and loved by Pam and George Brucker – April 17, 2012 Linus1 in Memory copy_edited-1 Linus was loved and owned by Rebecca Bolton March 28, 2012 Dinky 1 3/20/2000 – 12/25/2011 Rest Peacefully Dinky, don’t chase too many cats. Dinky was owned and loved by Greg Williams Precious 12/23/2011(She would have been 12 yrs old) It is with great sadness we tell you we lost our little Cockateil Precious. I woke this morning and G-d had already taken her. He mate has been calling for her all morning, I just hope he will be okay without her. I feel so bad for him. I know she is flying free now with her clutch mate Cinnamon. RIP sweet Precious. Ian Champion Jubilee Make Some Waves “Ian” 3/27/2008 – 10/7/2011 My heart is crushed. I find myself at a loss of what to say. My “gentleman” is gone. I will miss you so much free baby, I love you. Photobucket Hound Hollows Dream On ” Ditto” 10/16/1998- 7/5/2011 Run free sweetheart. You never caused us a bit or trouble your whole life. You certainly proved Borzoi can live a long life. RIP angel girl. We love you. I feel so lost…. Eli Rest In Peace Eli, we love you. Run Free sweet guy, you were always Bob’s favorite. Eli was loved and owned by Jane & Bob Grim Photobucket “Brownie” Loved and Cherished by the Jackson Family Photobucket “Birdie” Fyrefly’s Change of Direction 9/28/1993 – 5/10/2010 I am at a loss for words right now. Two dogs leaving us in just two weeks doesn’t seem far. Birdie was a special girl, loved more by Bob then anyone can imagine. She was his baby from day one, so to speak. From the first time she curled up and crawled in his lap to tonight when she left us, once again in his lap. She will always been remember for her kid, gentle nature and that special connection between her and Bob. Run free Bird… we love you and will miss you greatly. Photobucket 4/29/2010 “Penelope” Champion Jubilee She’s The One It is with a extremely heavy heart I have to tell you I laid Penelope to rest. She was my very first Border Terrier, one who will always hold a special place in my heart. I picked her out from actually two litters of puppies after seeing them several times. I saw her trot by and said she’s the one I am taking, thus her name. She finished her championship rather easily as she had that cocky, look at me attitude. She will be greatly missed. R.I.P. Penelope I love you. Hound Hollow’s Time To Fly ” Hayley” 1/17/02 – 10/12/09 Fly free Hayley you will be very missed. RIP sweetie. In Loving Memory RIP “Rosalita” Rosie was one of the feral feline colony here, however she was able to be tamed and was very loving and sweet. We’ll miss her presence here because she always greeted us at the door, meowing. “Sagan” Borzoi, Loved by the Hall Family would have turned 11 yrs old in October. Hound Hollow Farm Cherrybomb “Chessie” Borzoi who would have turned 16 yrs of age 7/4/09. She was loved by Devon Peanut aka Nutty Girl – Borzoi I am trying to find a picture of her. She will be greatly missed. She was 11 years old , from the last litter of Borzoi we bred. ” Dottie” the Whippet Loved by Elaine Palm “Kit” one of the feral felines RIP Lil one “Emerald a.k.a. Em” the Whippet- Hound Hollow Circle of Life Loved by Dee and Al Baurenschmidt “Gryphon” the Greyhound Loved by Traci Hilbert Photobucket “Toby” Shetland Sheepdog Loved by Carol and Cliff Yezefski Photobucket “Gypsy” Mixed Breed loved by the Hawk Family Photobucket “Tyler” Doberman Pinscher Loved by Peg and Zig Schmitt Photobucket “Thelma” Doberman Pinscher Loved by Peg and Zig Schmitt Photobucket “Marvin” American Staffordshire Terrier Loved by the Horwath Family Photobucket “Larry” Boston Terrier Loved by the Czysz Family

Jun 14th, 2008

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  1. Al B. said,

    Many thanks to Missy & Bob for including Emerald in their memorials. Even though she will be missed very much she will forever hold a very special place in our thoughts & hearts. Our Princess Em gave us 14 years of love & for that we will be eternally grateful. Happy holidays to all.
    Al & Dee

  2. Kathleen Florio said,

    Thank you so much for breeding my Chessica your “CherryBomb” nearly 16 years ago. Her entrance into my life inspired me to change my life for the better and end a bad marriage. Two years after I bought Chessie as a gangly, red pup, I found myself married to the man of my dreams and here we are living our dreams with our own horse farm in a special secluded place full of wild magic. It was a good place for Chessie to live out her days, chasing the barn cats, wandering around the barn while I mucked stalls and racing through the paddock. Borzois are just plain special dogs. Chessie was the happiest and friendliest dog I have ever met. She loved going places, loved every person she met and every dog she saw, she thought was her best friend. I truly think she did not believe bad things existed unless it was arthritis. She was an amazing animal. I am grateful for the time we shared together.

    Thank you so much for designing her.

    Kathleen Florio
    Pocket Pony Farm Haflingers
    home of Alexander KCH

  3. Louise Hall and Family said,

    Hi Missy,

    I’ll do that. We took some photos over the last couple weeks and the day he left us. It’s a matter of downloading them to the computer. Scott is taking Sagan’s passing particularly hard. I think harder than when Gort left us. Scott would tell me frequently that Sagan was my dog. I was his favorite. 🙂 I used to hold him on my lap on the couch.

    We’re having Sagan individually cremated. His ashes will sit next to Gort’s. We made sure to take some of his hair. There were no toys to keep, as he never played with any. All he wanted to do was run and have you chase him. Unfortunately he wasn’t able to do that for quite some time, so we did the next best thing he enjoyed – pet him and brush him over and over again. There were times he would beckon us to come pay attention to him, and he could be quite insistent. There was no way you could ignore the Czar. Sagan was one of a kind.

    Thank you for your kind words.

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