UKC AKC CH Sharmik’s Paradise @ Harvestime RN CGC THDX
Certified Therapy Dog- Therapy Dog Excellent- over 200 visits!

(Ocean X Neon) BIS BISS BVISS Am GRCH Rush Hill’s All Fools on Deck SDHF OS X UKC CH St. Andrew’s Riveria Splash @ Sharmik

AKC#SR67941002 DOB 5/21/11- 8/18/2021 cause of death-Lymphoma
CHIC# 91939
Hips: “Good” GR-108965G26M-VPI
Elbows: “Normal” 29461M26-VPI
Heart: Normal GR-CA22099/12M/C-VPI
Eyes: Pass GR-369392 GR-EYE4379/55M-VPI (last exam 5/14/19)

Peak is from Sun Golden Kennel and was bred by Sharon Long. Sharon and I co-own Peak, with her doing the Conformation end and me doing the Obedience and Rally portion. Peak has a lovely plush, straight coat of medium/light gold. He has excellent pigment, a good bite and solid structure. In the first few months of conformation showing Peak has earned nearly all of his needed points for his AKC Championship! His sister won Best Of Breed at a Specialty show under one year of age, which isn’t surprising when you look at his outstanding pedigree! Peak won a 4 point major his 3rd weekend in the show ring and finished his AKC Champion title in record time! He went Best of Breed and won his UKC Champion title in one weekend! Peak is a lovely dog with natural athletic ability. He earned his CGC and Rally title at 10 months. Peak is passionate about tennis balls and loves kids! I’m sure I’ll adding many accomplishments to his page as time goes on!

Peak has matured to be a lovely, sound and incredibly friendly dog! He catches onto things very quickly; whether that be agility tunnels and ramps, finding scented dummies in long grass, and swimming for bumpers.

He earned his Therapy Dog Advanced title in 2018. This included over 100visits to nursing homes and mental care facilities! This is what Barb, his teammate has to say:

“I have been given one of the most rewarding opportunities to work with a dog… not just any dog… but a dog named Peak. I volunteer at a homeless shelter and was asked about maybe working with a therapy dog. I didn’t know anything about the possibility, but was given Deb’s name and number. Then I met Peak. What a wonderful, amazing boy! This turned out to be the greatest “job” I could ever asked for. I take him to the homeless shelter and to an assisted living facility… what smiles and laughter occur when Peak walks in. He gives love to everyone, knowing just the right way to greet each person. Thank you, Deb, for letting me work with Peak.”


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