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"Our experience with Proffers' Kennel began with a very detailed and thorough description of the Boerboel breed by Randy. We decided on the piebald male named Enoch. After driving 10 hours, we were amazed at the sheer quality and craftsmanship of the kennels. We were given a lengthy tour of the grounds and were able to view all the Boerboels on site. The ease of getting our new puppy was wonderful!

Since returning home, we have received numerous calls from Randy regarding the well-being and status of our boy. We are very, very pleased with the quality of our puppy and how he is growing at a fantastic rate.

Proffer's Kennel is one for the record books and I would definitely recommend them to anyone interested in getting a high quality and awesome specimen of the Boerboel breed.

Thanks Randy and Proffer's Kennel for your dedication, hard work and preservation of this magnificent breed."

S. Fontaine;  Louisiana


You may wonder why “Fass” as we lovingly call him, gets his own page? The story of Randy’s kennel couldn’t be told without giving this gent the spotlight.

Fass was one of the original seven puppies personally selected by Randy on his first trip to South Africa and has over the years become a true member of the family. In his prime, Mufassa was an impressive and imposing figure of strength whose self-confidence was evident in the way he carried himself at all times and in any place.

Because of his stature and strong appearance, Fass’s puppies have always been in high demand yet Randy wisely chose to keep a few of his females back for himself. As Fass is getting older now, it was time to select a prodigy; we are so happy and proud to introduce “Nufassa.” of course, he will be the new “Fass” to us.

Fass is approaching 11 years of age now and although he “still loves the ladies” he spends most of his time relaxing under the shade of the pines in the back yard ever loyal and woofing to the man he has shared his lifetime with; Randy.

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Update 3/01/2010

Sadly, Fass passed away on December 1, 2009.  To say it was a sad day is a terrible injustice.  Fass was a true member of the family and will be forever missed.