Located in Southern York County near the borough of
Delta, Pennsylvania is where you'll find the End O' Lane
Farm. This tranquil setting is home to David Fisher and his
family. Where they maintain a small kennel for breeding Bernese
Mountain Dogs, Golden Doodle and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
Steeped in the tradition of their strong family heritage, the
Fishers apply gentleness and love as they provide
excellent treatment to all their animals. By the time
the Bernese Mountain dog puppies reach adoption age, they are very social and lovingly respond to human attention.
Their modern kennel provides sanitary conditions with
year around temperature control. In addition, the dogs
are fed a high quality nutritious diet for health and
longevity. Further, the dogs are housed in quiet
surroundings away from undue noise and
other disturbances which tend to excite and foster
Several years ago the price for raw milk dropped to an
all time low. All across the nation, dairy farmers either
sold their herds or sought ways to augment their earnings.
It was then that David started breeding the family pet, a
Golden Retriever, for additional income. Since then, David
has slowly expanded and improved his breeding operations
until today he enjoys status as a premier breeder, with
sales as far away as California.
More than anything else, what accounts for the kennels
success is mainly due to providing healthy puppies and by
word of mouth advertising. For, much of End O' Lane sales
results from recommendation by satisfied clients.
You are invited to visit and inspect the kennels.
Visitors are welcome every day except Sunday. Please call to
arrange for appointment and directions. When calling, ask
for list of available puppies.
OUR MISSION is to place strong healthy
Bernese Mountain Dog puppies with
kind, loving, individuals and families. We do not
require any buyer approval application. However, we ask
that you pledge to take our puppy into you life and
provide all creature comfort and care as is necessary to
insure it's well being. Also, we ask that you, at least,
return to your puppy a mere fraction of the love and
affection he gives to you. And, always remember, your
dog loves you more than it's self.