How We Raise Our Pups

We use Training and Working Dogs For Quiet Confident Control of Stock by Scott Lithgow as our main guide to raising pups.  We also follow elements of the "Puppy Culture" method of early puppy training techniques for confidence building and socialization.  Additionally we add/change training elements based off personal experience.  My pups start training and imprinting from birth with "super puppy" training protocol.  As they get older they are constantly given more socialization, desensitization, and opportunities to overcome new challenges.  They start basic housetraining, explore new places, hear and see a variety of stimuli.  We use both positive and negative reinforcement in training our dogs.

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We ask for a puppy application and will then notify you once litters are bred, pups are available etc. 

What's included at puppy pickup?

-1st shot

-4 wormings 

- records & schedule for future shots and wormings

-training and care instructions

-OTSCA puppy registration

-puppy contract

-lifetime support

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"Maggie Mae is an outstanding example of what a Scotch Collie is all about. She is intelligent, inquisitive, very observant, and has a great curiosity about the world around her. She loves people, rarely barks, and is not fearful of loud noises and new experiences. I attribute these qualities to the good temperaments of her parents as well as Helen's training skills, and the socialization she received growing up on a farm with children, dogs, and many other types of animals. I couldn't be more pleased with my new puppy!"

- Frances in NY

Available Pups
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Scotch Collie litter expected December 16 from Ian (pedigree here) and Mesa (pedigree here)

Toy sheltie litters planned for December/January