• Breezy Hill Bullies

    Thank you for visiting my Website and taking the time to get to know my family, my Bullies, and me!   I’m Kerry the owner of Breezy Hill Bullies. I have been fortunate to live on my family’s farm since I was born, and I have one daughter, Abby Lehman, who also grew up living on the farm. She is grown and Married now, but she has definitely inherited my love for animals. She has been a tremendous help to me in establishing Breezy Hill Bullies, and helping me care for my dogs. My Career, and the job that pays my bills, is Nursing. I am an RN (Registered Nurse), and I work in the Endoscopy lab. I have been a RN for 28 years, and I’m proud to say I still work for the same hospital that gave me my first Nursing Job.   First and foremost I LOVE ANIMALS!! Animals have been, and still are a major part of my life. I grew up surrounded by many different animals such as dogs, cats, rabbits, horses, and cattle. Many of my fondest childhood memories are about my pets. I know now that I’m older I inherited my love of animals from my late father. He was always on my side when it came time to talk my mom into letting me keep the stray dog that had been dumped at our home. I can remember fondly my mother telling me “We’re not keeping that dog! We already have way too many!” My father would always take my side in saying. “Oh come on now, what’s one more going to hurt?” Needless to say, I would always ended up keeping those stray dogs!! Thanks Dad! My parents always made sure these dogs had adequate veterinary care, shelter and food. Our first priority would be to get them spayed or neutered. These dogs that other people threw away were able to live out their lives on our farm as pets, and my best friends until the day they died. I have had many strays pass through my life, and each and every one of them holds a special place in my heart. Still to this day our farm is home for dogs that have been thrown away and not wanted by their previous owners. Most of these dogs were mixed breeds and products of unwanted litters and poor breeding. I would see first hand the complications canines have from inherited health issues such as Hip Dysplasia, Heart murmurs, skin conditions, and just overall poor nutrition and health. I have learned a lot from taking care of my strays. I have mainly learned the true importance of strict breeding practices. Making sure a breeding is well planned and done for QUALITY not QUANTITY, and most important only breeding purebred dogs that have had all necessary health screenings to prevent unwanted health issues.   I made a promise to myself long ago, and it was if I ever decided to fulfill my dream Read more [...]