I will partially agree and partially disagree with John Wohn's comments. I have met the Righters and one of their males was the stud when we wanted top breed 135-lb Katie, and Airedale who - except for size - looks more like the pre-1940's Airedales. We bred her to get a large male puppy (Archie = Archimedes Amadeus Airedale), and he is absolutely gorgeous. He actually meets the breed standard for the "beauty contest" (conformation) shows except for the fact that at 4 years Archie is about 31" at the shoulder and weighs 105-110 lbs. He is a real sweetheart and he is EXTREMELY intelligent even for an ADT. (He learned to ring a bell to have the door opened so that he could go outside to go potty after ONE repetition of pushing his nose into the bell to ring it. He learned to shake hands, play dead, and SIT/DOWN on command by watching Katie for about 5 minutes. Other boring examples abound but I hope those suffice. He is very high energy and is a natural hunter, and even though we have a large fenced-in yard, he is the primary reason that on our cul-de-sac, no one has squirrels, chipmunks, opossums, raccoons, moles, voles, or coyotes any more (OK, Archie, Katie AND Obi participated in driving them off - but after 18 months they haven't been seen again).. Overall Archie is a typical Oorang ADT, and I have to disagree with Mr. Wohn's comments.
Honestly I was inclined to agree with his comment, however, because at first glance the couple does come across as unprofessional. BUT, one must also note that such is an opinion and not a statement of fact. OTOH I once worked for a man who seemed very "unprofessional". Or that was my opinion. My opinion notwithstanding the man started and ran at lest 3 multi-million-dollar (annual revenue) companies, got them to the self-sustaining point and then sold them. I believe he died a millionaire many times over, so obviously my opinion was just that, an "opinion." That and $1 will get you a coffee or soft drink at McD's any day. But beyond that it is meaningless. :-)
I do believe that they are sincere and while they did go through some rough times when the husband suffered a severe back injury they do seem to have a program in place and from the few reports I've seen it seems to be working. Beyond that I am a retired physicist, not a business analyst, so here again my opinion would be just that: an "opinion."