4 Bar D Kennels is a family owned and operated business located in Beautiful South Central Oklahoma.
My kennel began as a partnership with my Dad , Mel Dietz and I.
Sadly, Dad passed away in August 2006 and today the business continues on with me.
Mel raised and bred many different breeds of dogs as a hobby for over forty years prior to the beginning of our partnership.
I'm a graduate of the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy in Columbia, SC. I have over 40 years of Military and civilian law enforcement and have been a K9 handler/trainer for over 25 years. I was a certified Master K9 Trainer during my time in Law Enforcement and have grown up with several different breeds during my life time.
The love and enjoyment that I share in my dogs has turned Dad's hobby into a business that I love! I hope that the love of my dogs can be shared by you as you bring one of my puppies into your family as a life long companion.
When possible I attend any and all dog oriented educational seminars to stay current on canine care. I also work very closely with my Veterinarian in keeping up with the most up-to-date vaccinations, dewormings and health protocols. I do everything in my power to insure that my dogs and puppies are healthy and happy.
My puppies all come with a written health guarantee, health records indicating all current immunizations and dewormings, micro chipped and a Puppy Packet. The Puppy Packet contains a baggy of puppy food, a new collar with her/his microchip tag attached, a new toy and brochures on the microchip benefits and on the NuVet vitamin supplements I give my puppies and adult dogs.
My puppies and adult dogs are registered with either or both the American Kennel Club (AKC), the United Kennel Club (UKC)Kennel Clubs.
I am inspected by the state of Oklahoma, License # 336 and The American Kennel Club (AKC). My goal in this business is to match the perfect family to the perfect puppy.
The sale of one of my puppies does not end when the puppy goes home to your family. I'm always an email, text or call away to answer any questions and to share any happy moments you have with your puppy.
I highly recommend that you spay or neuter your puppy at the appropriate time to ensure you and your puppy of many happy, healthy years of companionship to come.