Please pardon our dust while we remodel. Updated June 19, 2014
"Our passion for raising Toy Aussies
& Nubians is rewarded by the joy our
animals bring their new families. "
We are located in Davenport, (central) Florida 12 miles SouthWest of Disney. We have been raising Australian Shepherds since 2006 and Nubian Dairy Goats since 2009.
The story behind WillaBerry's...
After a few years of raising Poodles I decided to expand into a few other breeds. An opportunity arose to purchase 5 Mini Aussies and one Toy. The Mini Aussie male produced Miniature, Toy, and Tiny Toy offspring. The Toys quickly became a favorite and I decided to change my focus towards raising Toy Aussies.
In the meantime... In search of suppliments for the Mothers and puppies I discovered that goats milk was very beneficial. With the high cost of purchasing goats milk, I decided to get two Nubian does of my own. They had such wonderful dispositions that I decided to start raising Nubians. The milk has been and continues to be an excellent suppliment for the mothers and puppies.
A few years into raising Aussies I was fortunate enough to meet my good friend Charlotte with Peace Creek Mini Aussies. Peace Creek Mini Aussies raises primarily high quality Mini Aussies with the occasional Toy & Standard Aussie. Charlotte has been gracious enough to allow me to use her Toy and Mini Australian shepherd males for service. A few years into raising Aussies all of our girls and boys were Toy Aussies. We've continued to focus our breeding program around raising High Quality, Toy Aussies with good bone that can be excellent companions.
The name WillaBerry was inspired by a few members of my family. My Grandmother was dear to my heart. She lost her battle with cancer when I was 12. In her memory, I chose her middle name Willa. Berry comes from my Great Grandfathers first name. The combination of the two were put together to form WillaBerry which in plural form is WillaBerry's.
Through a life long admiration for the miracle of life, raising Toy Aussies and Nubian Dairy goats has continued to be a joy.