I run a very small family breeding Kennel in the heart of the beautiful Worcestershire countryside under the imposing Abberley Clocktower, hence my Affix 'Clocktower'.

I breed Flatcoated and have one pair of Sealyham terriers.

As a trained Midwife therefore I take great joy in the pregnancy, delivery and rearing of my puppies. I scan bitches for other breeders as well as offering advice on pregnancy, whelping and the care of puppies so I suppose I am now a 'canine midwife!'


I believe that the first weeks of a puppies life are so very important for its future health and behaviour. Cleanliness, the best nutrition, health care and gentle handling are just some of the components of a healthy start.

Black and liver puppies at 6 weeks old





Whelped and reared in the house and my spacious puppy pen and garden when they need more space



My breeding dogs have all undergone the relevant hip and eye checks as recommended by the kennel club.



Peggy and our first Sealyham terrier litter 2020


Many of my puppies have become guide dogs, canine partners, dogs for the disabled and hearing dogs for deaf people. This is something I am very proud of.


I am always happy to discuss the owning, training, breeding of dogs.

Me and my lovely Jim in the Bluebell wood.


 Please have a browse through this web site and have a look at the gallery pages where you will find pictures of my dogs and the photos that people who have one of my puppies send me of them in their new homes. 

Puppy sent to Canine partners