Puppies - Started Dogs - Trained Dogs
Versatile - Beautiful - Smart - Biddable - Keen - Athletes
We have a very specific goal in mind for the dogs we breed and train. We want versatile athletes. Whether their future job is working stock, competing in agility or any other venue, or merely bringing joy and companionship to their two-legged friends, our dogs are bred to excel.
Our breeding program starts with beautiful partners who have proven themselves to be natural athletes, extremely versatile, keen from a young age, and smart! All our dogs are expected to work and compete on both cattle and sheep. We want partners who are tough enough to turn an ornery cow but biddable enough to handle a challenging ewe with young lambs.
Our dogs PROVE themselves every day – whether working around the ranch or in the training field. And, though they are incredibly keen, they are also great companions. Each dog is from proven lines (although not all are famous). Proven WORKERS! Proven BIDDABLE! Proven BOLD! Proven KEEN! Proven ATHLETES!
Lord willing, we will repeat the Lacy x Wizard cross late this year with pups arriving in February 2020. While this litter has a substantial waiting list, feel free to contact us if you would like to be considered for a pup. This will likely be Wizard’s last litter – and the last time for this cross. The pups from last year’s breeding are already showing themselves to be extremely biddable, abundantly athletic, and crazily keen – whether their life focus is on herding, agility, or just being someone’s absolutely BEST friend!
“She is so smart. . .very mature in her behavior . . .calm and confident. . .love this girl!” ~JM (Canada)
“Love her. Smart beyond words. Very fast and challenging every day. Very fast learner. . .solid down and hold or stay in 3 sessions” SJ (California)
“[She] is a very quick learner and the star of her puppy socialization class. She is way ahead of her classmates.” JW (Texas)
“Doing well. She’s an excellent little hiker. . .She is very happy and so are we.” TE (Montana)
“We are really pleased with her. . .” AM (Colorado)