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"I bought my first Boerboel pup in 2003 from a slick talkin' breeder who convinced me his dogs were the biggest and best and heck, for 'just a couple hundred dollars more I could even get the pick of the litter'! Long story short; BIG MISTAKE! My pick of the litter had more problems than I can remember, and my breeder? Well, while he was busy making my sale he took every call I made but once the puppy was with me, he was no longer 'available to accept my call.'

In 2007, I decided it was time to try again. This time I researched the breeders and am happy to say I went with Randy. My entire experience with Proffer has been a great one. My puppy arrived healthy and has grown into a magnificent male.

But the thing I like most about Proffer is even 3 years after my purchase, when I call, he always makes me feel like he is glad to hear from me. He's genuine! Randy has my utmost respect and I highly recommend his kennel to anyone considering a Boerboel."

A. Muldock; Georgia

Randy's Kennels

Upon his return from South Africa, Randy began construction of the kennel with the help of his sons Mike, Randy E. and Dustin. They first built the main kennel, and when it was completed, the outdoor boardwalk of eight (8) 35 ft. long runs was constructed. The walkway is illuminated at night by electric lantern lighting that truly makes the boardwalk a real sight when the sun goes down.

The facility was skillfully planned to include electricity, two individual water hydrants along the boardwalk, one inside the main kennel and a septic system that services the kennel only.

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Most often, puppies that are sold move to their new owners directly from the whelping area. However, puppies reaching around 12 weeks of age that remain, or the ones Randy has chose to keep back for himself, “graduate” to the outdoor fenced lawn that adjoins the boardwalk/outdoor runs. As you can see from the photos, this is a lovely area that allows ample room for exercise and play, complete with toys, balls and a low-hanging tire that they seem to love! More importantly, it allows the puppies to acclimate themselves to the outdoors as well as becoming accustomed to the older dogs while in a safe environment.

Randy often gives scheduled tours of his facilities and in fact, encourages those who are interested in a puppy or retired dog to do so. Call 573-238-3470