Shetland Sheepdog breeders
The Shetland Sheepdog is a loyal, affectionate, intelligent little dog that makes a wonderful companion. However, this is not the breed for everyone. The Sheltie is a very active and athletic dog that needs regular exercise, both physical and mental, and is at his best when given a job to do, whether it is competitive obedience, agility, herding, or any other sport or activity.
As a Herding breed, the Sheltie is a natural barker when working with a herd, the Sheltie uses barking to help keep his herd in check. With proper training, however, the dog can learn to keep the barking under control.
For more information about this breed, see the Breed Info section.
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Ile des Chênes, Manitoba
Tel.: (204) 878-2957
We are a small hobby kennel located in the heart of Canada, just minutes from Winnipeg Manitoba. All our breeding stock is screened for genetic defects, and only those which test clear are included in our breeding program. Puppies are born and raised in our spare bedroom, and move into our living room at 3 weeks of age. At Skyehaven we strive for the all-around dog a combination of beauty, brains, sound temperament and good health. Skyehaven Shelties compete successfully in conformation, obedience, performance or just plain family lovin'!
For further details, visit our website at: www.skyehaven.ca
Wasaga Beach, Ontario
Tel.: (705) 429-0833
At Herdabout Shelties Perm. Reg'd, our dogs are a lifetime commitment, and NOT just a part time hobby.
We believe that Pedigree indicates what the dog Should be, Conformation indicates what the dog Appears to be, and that Performance indicates what the dog Actually is. As professional dog trainers, we actively compete with our shelties in Conformation, Agility, Obedience, and Rally.
We raise our puppies with an extensive socialization and desensitivity program that starts when the puppies are just 3 days old. Our shelties are sold with a lifetime money back gaurantee against Hip Dysplasia, Collie Eye Anomoly, Auto Immune Thyroiditis, and VwD Affected. All puppies are tested for temperament and working potential at 7.5 weeks of age.
For further information, please visit our website - www.herdaboutshelties.com.
Cargill, Ontario N0G 1J0
Tel.: (519) 366-1016
Long time breeders with a proven track record. We are the breeders of top Agility and Obedience dogs. We are also the breeders of many conformation champions with multiple dogs obtaining multiple Bests of Breed and Group and Puppy Group placements and Specialty wins. Litters are carefully planned to ensure puppies that are sound in mind and body. Maximum socialization to ensure proper development. We are just as proud of our pets who bring years of love to their owners. Our dogs are a lifetime committment and we are always available to their owners. We rarely have more than one or two litters per year.
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