SkyDancer Kennels

Owned and operated by Lori Latimer

SkyDancer Kennels is dedicated to breeding the highest quality Saint Bernard. We strive for excellence in type, structure, and temperament.

We are members of the Saint Bernard Club of America, Sacramento-Sierra Saint Bernard Club, Lake County Kennel Club (President – Office currently holding at LCKC), and Clumber Spaniel Club of Southern California.


Ch. SkyDancers Chandelle

Award Winning!

Ch. SkyDancers Anne Bonny

2007 Top Twenty Winner
Saint Bernard Nationals

Presented by Martin Glover


First Saint Bernard bitch to
win best in show since 2001!

Anne Bonny and Martin Glover

at the Awards Ceremony for
Top Twenty

2008 SBCA National Brood Bitch Winner

Ch. SkyDancers Anne Bonny – Handled by Martin Glover
With son Ch. SkyDancers Cosmos Gazr Rathleague –
Handled by Zena Brenner – Loved and owned by
Robert and Susan Carter
and daughter Ch. SkyDancers White Lotus Rathleague –
Handled by Allison O’Keefe

Our Dogs

SkyDancer Kennels has been involved with Saint Bernards for more than twenty years.  You may view some of our local and national winning dogs in Our Dogs > Our Saints > Our Wins.  Saint Bernards are part of the Working Group and are known for rescue and carting.

SkyDancer Kennels expanded its breeds by adding Black and Tan Coonhounds.   The Black and Tan Coonhound is part of the Hound Group as categorized by the AKC and is used as a hunting dog.

Clumber Spaniels joined the SkyDancer Kennel in 2018.  Clumbers are described by the AKC as Mellow, Amusing, and Gentlemanly.  They are part of the Sporting Group.   Nexus Dancing in the Moonlight is a welcome addition.

Coming Soon

As part of its expanding site, SkyDancer Kennels will be adding listings for additional features and services.  Stay tuned and visit often.

Upcoming or New Litters

SkyDancer Kennel will occasionally have puppies for sale.  This includes show and pet quality puppies.  As new litters become available  notices will be placed here.

Rising Stars

Many of our dogs are local and national winners but they don’t start out that way.  It takes a lot of time and training to get them to this level.  As our new show dogs advance we will be sure to post photos of them here.