At Bondy, we understand dogs, all kinds of dogs. In fact, our family has been raising them, breeding them and caring for them for nearly 80 years. The tradition started in the early 1920's with the birth of the Wildoaks Kennel in Goldens Bridge, New York.
It was there that Bessie Gross Bondy, one of the founding members of the Wire Fox Terrier Club and member of the WFTCCS Hall of Fame bred over 50 champion Wire Fox Terriers. Her dogs competed all over the world from the Untied States and England
to France and even Japan.
Bessie's sons Philip and Richard bucked the terrier tradition by breeding and raising Bloodhounds. Much like Bessie's terriers, the Bondy Bloodhounds proved successful in the ring. One of the dogs, Trojan, won "Best English Bloodhound" at the Westminster Kennel Club show in 1933.