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Australian Shepherds

Our male is a beautiful, registered red tri Australian Shepherd (Aussie) named Chief. Intelligent, hard working, and versatile, the Aussie is a no-nonsense dog who thrives in a home where their brains and energy are put to good use. You don't have to keep a herd of cattle if you live with an Aussie — although it doesn't hurt — but you do have to keep them busy. They're a high-energy dog who don't know the meaning of couch potato and wouldn't approve of it if they did. Because they have got energy to burn, they need plenty of exercise and at least a small yard to play in.


Border Collies

Truvy Jo is our rare female, full blooded, blue Border Collie. Dolly Faye is our newest edition, a blue merle Border Collie. The Border Collie, a medium-sized dog at 30 to 45 pounds, possesses a seemingly supernatural amount of energy and stamina — a hardiness that was developed when they were required to work all day in the hills and valleys of the rugged Scottish border country, sometimes running 50 miles a day. When it comes to the ideal working dog, it doesn't get much better than the Border Collie. The Border Collie is a good match for an owner who is as active as they are. With the right training, this breed excels in any activity it tries.