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Glendamar Collies is located in South Leduc, Alberta. We pride ourselves in breeding for temperament, health, and beauty. Our dogs are part of our family and we are very proud of all the accomplishments they've obtained in and out of the ring.
A lot of thought and care is put into every litter. Quality is more important than quantity.
Please feel free to contact us about upcoming litters and
for more information, visit our website: www.glendamarcollies.com
We are a smalltime, serious hobby breeder of Rough Collies. We only have 2 dogs, from exceptional CH lines with awesome pedigrees. Our dogs are fully health tested. Our main purpose is to breed for health and temperament.
These dogs excel in Obedience, Agility and as Therapy dogs as well as farm helpers and best friends.
We only breed from the best, to hopefully produce the best and only sell to the best homes.
Colours we expect from our 0% COI are sables, merles and tris. We will have two stunning tri girls available in a few weeks. The pups are born and raised in the home with my five adopted kids, on an acreage with dogs and cats, and handled daily.
For more information, see our website at: www.malvoncollies.com
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