Jacques shares his love for animals with Annie
and is the Master mind behind all the
construction for Heavenly Days, designing the
cozy cabins and walk in shower, and now the
store and training area. Jacques is the owner of
Schiller Construction Services which builds an
array of things from custom homes , barns,
fencing, to custom made dog and cat habitats to
match your decor.
Annie has been a business owner for many years,
and has specialized in clicker training . Annie is an
CPDT-KA, AKC Canine Good Citizen Evaluator,
Therapy Dog Inc. Tester/Observer, member or
R.E.A.D,( Reading Education Assistance Dogs)
and member of the A.P.D.T (Association of Pet
dog trainers) She also competes in Obedience
and Rally Obedience with her dog Preacher.
Annie is very active in the community. She spends
her extra time going to schools participating in
the R.E.A.D program and teaching dog safety
classes, as well as visiting the elderly at local
|Ruby, Jacques, Annie, Snickers, Shaddi,Preacher and Amos
As Annie's mother, Grandma Sharon shares the love and
compassion for dogs. She is a wonderful stand-in at
Heavenly Days when Annie has to step out for a while.
Without her Heavenly Days would not be the same!
She is a familiar face you will see popping up at classes,
checking in and out our guests or just stopping by for a
You will immediately feel welcomed with her warm
greeting and her cheerful personality.All our guests love
Grandma Sharon who never is without treats in her
Grandma Sharon and Zeke
Dec 28th 1996 – Sept 30th 2011
Amos went home to be with the Lord at his home on Sept 30th
Amos was well known in the Tecumseh area for his many years
of service to the community. Amos was a Registered Therapy
Dog , R.E.A.D. (Reading Education Assistance Dog) and Canine
Good Citizen. He was also nominated in 2009 for the MVMA
Therapy Dog of The Year Award.
He visited local nursing homes and always put smiles on the
resident’s faces. He read with kids at different elementary
schools, as well as helped the children learn about Dog safety.
He was Annie Schiller’s constant companion and partner in
Therapy work as well as performing and doing his Famous
Amos tricks demos . He was featured in the Hometown 2010
addition and as the Therapy Dog for the Tecumseh Best
Schools in Michigan commercial. He will be greatly missed.
Family would like to thank Dr. White at Companion animal clinic
for his wonderful care to Amos over the years, Dr. Dean
Kirkland, and all the many wonderful friends who have sent
their condolences. There will be a special Amos award given in
his honor next year to another Therapy Dog who exhibits the
wonderful blessings of unconditional love to help others as
Amos the Golden Child
Preacher is a yellow Lab and a big Mamas baby!
Preacher does Therapy work at local nursing homes
and schools. He loves performing all his tricks and
newest dance moves. Preacher also loves to Track
and do Rally Obedience, in which he has earned
numerous titles. He is also a registered Therapy Dog,
R.E.A.D Dog , Crisis Response dog, and an AKC Canine
Preacher on vacation
Oliver is unique and stands out from other mules,
and it's not only because he is a Draft Mule that
towers above other mules as well as people...
It's because he loves to perform his special tricks
that Annie taught him using clicker training. He can
"stick out his tongue," do the two step, wave the
American flag while standing on a pedestal and he
can even do math!
And that’s just a few!
One look at Oliver and nobody would ever know
he came from an abusive background. His life
instantly became "Heavenly" the moment Annie
welcomed him into her life.
Snickers came to Heavenly Days as a severely
abused horse with not even a name only open
wounds from his neck to his flank from spurs,
and a major distrust and dislike of people.
Thanks to positive reinforcement training and
natural horsemanship, he has evolved into a
Super Horse. He loves to show off all his
tricks,and is always excited to learn something
new. We even started to do some ridding
Tinker Bell went home to be with the Lord after
a short but wonderful career in Therapy work.
She visited many schools and nursing homes
and brought many smiles wherever she went.
Especially when she sat in her bean bag. She will
be greatly missed!
Oliver as Super Mule
Snickers and Annie taking a bow