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Litters

This is where the dreams of the future become plans for success.

ON THE GROUND:

  • None at this time.
  • FUTURE PLANS (Sometimes plans do not turn out quite as hoped so we will see what really happens.). I hope to have a litter born in the FALL/Winter 2017. I am not sure which girl will be bred, but following are the options at this point. The first two to come in season will be bred and the other two skipped for their next season so this list represents litters for Fall/Winter 2017 and Spring/Summer 2018. Honestly, I am super-excited about each and every breeding listed below. I think there is loads of potential for some outstanding show dogs and super nice companions. If you have thought about showing dogs and are in Arizona, I am very open to working with someone to help them get started in this fun, frustrating, wonderful and also heartbreaking sport and hobby. Showing and breeding is not for wimps! Lol

  • Reina to Sunnyvale Istari Campaign Trail, a GCH Boston son. Istari Shelties is leasing Reina for a litter to their handsome Boston son. I will be receiving second pick. They will be retaining their pick(s) and then placing companions. If you are on my waiting list, I will be in touch when I know if they might have something that suits your wishes. This litter has the potential for all the AOAC colors -- tri, bi, blues.
  • Aria to ???. Aria will be bred when she comes in season. Will it be July? or will it be next year? I just do not know yet! I have a dog in mind for her, but I want to be sure it will work out before announcing. I will retain at least one show prospect from this litter. In order to determine the very best from the litter, I may grow out a few for a few months. Other picks may be available to show homes eventually. This litter has the potential for all the AOAC colors -- tri, bi, blues.
  • Libby to ?Gunner?. This litter will not occur until 2018. I will retain at least one show prospect from this litter. In order to determine the very best from the litter, I may grow out a few for a few months. Other picks may be available to show homes eventually. This litter has the potential for all the AOAC colors -- tri, bi, blues, and possibly an overly white puppy or two.
  • Winter to Gotcha. I am not sure if Winter will be in season this Summer or if she will make me wait until the Spring. I bought Winter specifically for Gotcha and as it turns out they have a fun little friendship going so I would say this breeding was meant to be. At least that is what Gotcha says! Lol. As usual, I will retain at least one show prospect from this litter. In order to determine the very best from the litter, I may grow out a few for a few months. Other picks may be available to show homes eventually. This litter has the potential for all the AOC colors -- tri, bi, blues, color-headed whites.
  • Shimmer to ... not sure yet but I bought Gotcha for Shimmer so it will very likely be him. Shimmer will not be bred until she finishes her AKC championship. I anticipate that she may have a litte in 2018. Gotcha is definitely wanting it to be sooner rather than later. Lol.
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    Here are some pics of our yard. There is lots of shade. The pens have toys and obstacles in them when we have puppies.

    Suri enjoying the cool shade.

    Shimmer outside the larger pen. I have Trex decking in this pen --easy to clean, lasts forever.

    I have some outdoor furniture outside the larger pen. If we are out at mid-day we will put up an umbrella. You can see here that even at noon, the pen still has shady spots.

    Our smaller pen with concrete tiles and gravel in the middle. I use this pen for puppies the first week they are out. And that is Shimmer heading into the pen, Aria next to her, naked Libbie under the branch and a peak of Reina at the very bottom of the photo.

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