Country Bred, Farm-Raised Dogs for Show Or Play

Glenayr Farm is known for the quality of its AKC Registered Airedale terriers.  The farm has raised and sold many dogs that have won show honors or just been excellent family pets.

Glenayr Farm is not a “puppy mill.”  It is a small breeding operation that’s very careful about the quality of its dogs and how many are bred.  Glenayr Farm offers Airedale puppies as well as older dogs, and it is careful about where the dogs are placed.

Glenayr Airedales have lots of room to run, exercise and enjoy the outdoors.  The 58-acre farm provides plenty of space and a healthy environment for raising prized and happy dogs.  Tim and Peggy strive to use natural foods, which are often bought locally, and the dogs benefit from Conklin natural probiotic supplements.

A Fine Breeding Line of Dogs

Glenayr Airedale terriers have won many prized awards in national dog competitions across the country and in Canada.  Tim and Peggy began building their breeding stock in 2003, with the acquisition of Inglevalley Royal of Glenayr (a.k.a., Melrose) from Marian Murray, a Canadian Breeder.  At show, this dog became the American and Canadian Champion Airedale, and in 2006 was bred to Champion Evermay Timberwyck High Roller (Harrison) to produce a litter of eleven puppies.  One of these pups, Ch. Glenayr Lady Bing (Campbell) went on to make her Westminster Kennel Club debut in 2010.  She is now part of Glenayr Farm’s breeding line and will have her next litter in December 2010.

Airedale Terrier Champion DogAnother of the kennel’s American and Canadian champion dogs, Inglevalley McKenzie of Glenayr, has been actively shown, including presentation at the Westminster Kennel Club in NYC in 2007.  In October 2010 the farm is adding a new breeding female, Lindsay, that is co-owned with renowned breeder Susan Kuhn of Timberwyck Airedales.

Both Tim and Peggy are avid hockey fans, and all of their breeding dogs have been named for famous hockey players:

Airedale Terrier Champion Dog