Little did I realize those many years ago how much of a difference one television show could make. The year was 1976, Isabel Sanford was on and she was sharing about an organization she belonged to. She said her group tried to "help where they were needed," in whatever way they could be of most help. The name of the organization was Kwanzaa. She did not say how it was spelled but stated that it meant "The Spirit of Giving."
From that moment I knew "Quansa" was the right and proper name for my kennel. This was and is the message we have always tried to convey.
It was years later that I found out about the celebration of the Kwanzaa season. I learned also of the 7 principles of Kwanzaa:
Unity * Self-Determination * Collective Responsibility * Cooperative Success * Faith * Purpose * Creativity
It is the mission of Quansa Kennels, Inc. to promote the values of responsible pet ownership. Through our ongoing commitment to pursuing quality training programs and community education we strive to enhance the bond between human and canine.
We recognize that it is our responsibility to set a good example, which will demonstrate our commitment to proper care and quality training for canines.
Quansa is committed to the spirit of giving so that the positive, rewarding and therapeutic relationship between human and canine is maintained and strengthened.