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Beautiful pure bred black and white medium coat border collie, 8 months old, male, not desexed. Lovely temprement, great with older kids but not good with small animals or horses, he's fine with cows and sheep but jumps up at horses / donkeys and will follow the cat around and try to play with him b...ut can be too rough, he jumps up alot. Ideal farm dog, he's come from a farm, mum was a sheep dog trial champion. We are on 400 acres now but with our set up he has not got a secure yard and sadly ... show moreThe pups4sale Facebook Page displays all litters of puppies for sale from our site. Border Collie Breeders who are located in Australia and New Zealand. We also have 55 Puppies for Sale Notice(s) and 10 Mature Dogs for Sale Notice(s) for this region. - Restrict search to Please Note - If the region is not displayed in the dropdown list above,then we have no breeders in our database for that particular region.DANARI Contact : Tiffany Wheatley Location : Picton NSW Ph : 46830303 Email : Send Email Danari Border Collies - Breeders of Champion Border Collies, consistently producing Royal and Specialty winners as well as obedience and agility performers.
Our aim is to breed Border Collies with outstanding type, conformation and temperament. All breeding stock hip/elbow scored, we utilise the latest CEA and CL testing now available. Photo : "Zali" - Ch. Danari Datewith Destiny SHOWIOZ Contact : Kellie and Paul Vardy Location : Karalee (Ipswich) QLD Ph : 0411240655 Email : Send Email I have had borders for 18 years, with the last 18 years been actively showing. My first litter gave me my much loved "son" BIS RUBISS GRAND Showioz Makin Waves "Breaker". Breaker was Qlds #1 Border Collie for 2005 & 2006. He is a strong dog with gorgeous substance and head and is passing these traits as well as his fantastic "i love life" attitude to his progeny. He is a BEST IN SHOW all breeds winner and has multiple group/show wins and has had multiple RUBIS speciality wins and highly awarded by many breed specialists.He has a lovely temperment and is hip scored 3:3 and DNA Clear CL CEA & TNS.
His son although not enjoying the show ring like his dad has already sired some stunning dogs in limited studs. He has two blue and white champions in Ch Showioz Sapphire Martini who is already the most successful blue and white bitch in breed history and Ch Showioz Rider Of Last Shadow who is maturing I to a handsome young dog. For further details please see my website! I only breed for my own purposes so will occasionally have puppies available for loving family homes. All puppies come from hip/elbow scored, eye tested and dna tested parents, who are sound in type, structure and temperment. All enquiries be it stud or puppy enquiries always welcome!Please see my website for updated on my dogs, puppies available and show results!Photo : A few of the Showioz "Team" Kellie, Ch Showioz Breakn Th Rules "Treason", Showioz Just Cause "Connor" and PaulFind pets for sale at allclassifieds. Local pet classifieds, buy and sell your pets for free.Browse dogs for sale near you.
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This combination makes for a dog that is very obedient, quick to learn and utterly devoted to his family. He is not only gentle, playful, amiable and companionable, but also excellent with children, although he can nip at heels in play. He barks a lot.Shetland Sheepdog Dog Care The Sheltie is energetic, but his exercise needs can be met with a good walk, short jog or active game and training session. teacup yorkies for sale in salisbury nc
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Shetland Sheepdog Dog Health Major concerns: dermatomyositisMinor concerns: CEA, PRA, trichiasis, cataract, CHD, hemophilia, Legg - Perthes, patellar luxationOccasionally seen: PDA, deafness, epilepsy, vWDSuggested tests: eye, hip, DNA for vWDLife span: 12-14 yearsNote: may be sensitive to ivermectin. Merles should not be bred to merles because homozygous merle is lethal or detrimental to health.The ancestors of the Shetland Sheepdog were the herding dogs of Scotland that also provided the rootstock for the collie and border collie. Some of these dogs were quite small, measuring only about 18 inches in height. The Shetland sheepdog almost certainly is derived from these early collie type dogs, which then were further developed on the Shetland Islands. Some Iceland dogs may have also played a role, and perhaps even a black and tan King Charles spaniel. The paucity of vegetation favored smaller livestock, and the animals needed to herd them were proportionately smaller. In a land with few fences, an adept herder was essential to keep livestock away from cultivated land.
As all-around farm dogs, they herded not only sheep but also ponies and chickens. In some remote areas, it was customary to keep all animals in the family's home building during winter, and the amiable herding dog no doubt worked his way right into the family part of the home. Because of its isolation from the rest of the world, the breed was able to breed true in a comparatively short time. The British naval fleet used to frequent the islands for maneuvers and often bought puppies to take home to England. Early dogs were referred to as 'toonie dogs' (toon being the local Shetland word for farm), but they were initially shown (around 1906) as Shetland Collies. Collie fanciers objected to the name, so it was changed to Shetland Sheepdog. The breed is far more often referred to by its nickname of 'Sheltie' however. In the early years in England, breeders often discreetly crossed Shelties with rough-coated Collies in an attempt to improve on their Collie characteristics.