Our Story

Archer is a five year old Golden Retriever. He lives on a farm and loves his family and friends. His favorite treat is whipped cream, his favorite dog toy is anything with a squeaker in it, and his favorite activity is to play…..all day long. Archer is owned by Sarah and Kristin Jones. Sarah is definitely Archer’s favorite person. Archer and Kristin are a Therapy Dog Team, which means they visit hospitals and schools, they provide comfort and support for a lot of people. Archer has worked very hard to earn his American Kennel Club certificates in Canine Good Citizen and Advanced Canine Good Citizen, this means he knows how to behave around people and other dogs. He also has his Novice, Intermediate, Advanced, and Performer Tricks certificates. Archer can do all kinds of fun tricks like roll over, turn around in circles, and growl really soft. Grrrrr. He also has three children’s books about him; Archer Is, Archer’s Hats, and Archer’s Little Thoughts, all written and illustrated by Kristin Ann Jones. These books are also coloring books. Archer has his own Instagram page, go to archerjk9 and see what he is doing. Click on Books and check out Archer’s books and more.

Kristin has also self-published Tuttle's Puddle, Theo's Story, and One Busy Little Tree.  Tuttle’s Puddle is a story about a young elephant who falls into a puddle and finds himself in a big city. He has a wonderful adventure in the city, then makes his way back home sweet home. Theo’s Story is about a real Golden Retriever who is born with a cleft palate and has to be brave through surgery. Theo is now a healthy and happy puppy. Click on Books to see all of our books, and they can be found on Amazon.com.

Kristin is a professional artist who can paint your favorite furry friend and more! Click on Art Work and select commissioned art for more information, or Art Gallery for some of my selected paintings.

In the last two years, archerunleashed has made donations to charities;

2017: $120.00 to Dornebecher’s Children’s Hospital in Portland, Oregon

2018: $100.00 to American Red Cross