…That's what owners of our old fashioned farm collie puppies say. We love the way our farm dogs think, work and nurture!
Brina: I am a teenager- and the owner of Emma’s and Eva’s farm collie litter of Scotch collie pups of 2017. That is me with a few of the fantastic puppies from our last litter. It’s a good, match for smart, easygoing, country farm dogs who are true shepherds, not marauding menaces. They are bred for all-around competency in two or more of the following: Herding, Guardian, and Hunting as well as Nurturer, Protecting, and Tracking. They try to read the farmer’s mind, and support his rules-the perfect farm dog.
(click on the puppy names to the right, or scroll down this page to their parents.)
Aiden, sire of the farm collie puppies, of Cartangel Farms, bred from show collie turned hard worker farm dog, Rockwood’s “Morning Star Mitzi” of Arkansas and purebred English Shepherd “Cimarron Buccaneer” of Elaine Reynold’s Cimarron English Shepherds of Oklahoma. Aiden is Registered as a Scotch Collie.
Eva dam, bred to Aiden of Cartangel Farms. Eva is out of Aiden, and Emma-descended from the best bloodlines in the nation, Butcher, and Cimarron. Eva is a registered Scotch Collie.
Emma Dam, bred to Aiden of Cart Angel Acers. Emma is a Butcher English Shepherd out of Butcher’s BJ, and Cedar Creek’s Callie. Emma is dual Registered as a Scotch Collie, but is eligible for Es UKC registry.
Click on the individual PUPPY BLOG DIARY posts to the right to find a puppy that fits your life.
Brina: While I am posting the new puppy pics, I will just post a few prominent traits for each. When I am finished, I will update each puppy pic with the full observation diary I have kept, working over weeks with each.
Click on the page links to the left to get more background stories and pics on the PARENTS, the Farmcollie type and English Shepherd Breed, and find resources for training this uniquely thinking, independently acting dog.