Built in the late 1700's, we are the seventh
generation to live on the farm. Wildwind has hundreds of acres of
field and woods consisting of typical New England style apple orchards
and stone walls with spectacular views of the White Mountains.
Some sheep remain to assist in maintaining the
fields and brush, but the main focus is on producing quality grounds for
dog training and wildlife management. Deer, turkey, grouse, and geese
frequent our walks with the odd pheasant from training.
The name "Wildwind Kennels" originated from my late grandfather who
appreciated a good view and a good stiff wind from the western exposure.
Suzy, also known as FC Amelda of Green Isle,
relaxes in the kennel.
The main farmhouse remained from the original farm and we have added on in phases. The two
story garage has full upstairs living accommodations and we can access the upper
kennel from the lower story. The upper kennel goes into the kennel office, grooming
and food prep area. From the office you can access the lower kennel. The kennels are
indoor and outdoor runs with eight large pea-gravelled outside excercise areas. It
is a modern and clean facility.