Celtic Farms &
A SALUTE TO OUR DEARLY
Dear Family, Friends, and Pet Lovers: It is with great sadness that I share the news of Jaz’s passing. She leaves a paw print on our hearts forever and an emptiness that will be hard to fill. She was a source of Comfort, Love, and Joy. Words alone cannot express how much we will miss her. ~ Ellen & Danny
She was a gift from God – May 9, 2009
Returned to God – August 7, 2020
(Memory Book below)
One of our oldsters has moved on to the Quail Patch in the sky.
Queen Died last night. I want to thank you
for giving me the most wonderful friend.
Yours Truly, Colin
Queen is the one on the left in the photo.
Attached are some photos of our Lakota, the best dog I have ever owned, we miss her.
I had to write to add our dog Bailey from your 1/7/05 litter that we lost last week to your memorial page.
She had the best disposition, traveled everywhere with us and didn’t meet another dog that she didn’t want to befriend. She was loved by all that met her.
She was anxiously walking with me to the beach to watch the sunrise we I lost her, at 14 quickly with a heart attack.
I thank you for breeding quality dogs that became a treasured family member and will be greatly missed. Below are pictures of her on the boat and modeling for our sunglasses store.
You truly have the most amazing dogs. We loved both of ours and still miss them to this day. ❤️
This was Celtic's Highmeadow Daffodil Dixie. Grand daughter of Celtic's Dixie Lynn Hilty. Sad to say we lost her today due in part to Lyme disease and age. Quakertown Vet Hospital did their best, but she is gone now. I’d like to thank Paul for all the years of having had his Irish Setters. So many good times in both the field and at home. Very intelligent and loving dogs. They just don’t come any better.
I wanted to share some pictures of our handsome old man. We brought him home as our family dog in 2003 from your kennel, and he has just passed to the rainbow bridge last week.
He was the absolute best dog to grow up with, as we got him when I was 9. He continued to run around and act like a puppy up until the last few weeks he was alive. We were truly blessed to have this handsome Irish boy in our lives.
He may have been the runt of his litter, but he sure left a big mark on our hearts. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to have this happy little guy in our lives for the last 15 years .