Sheba was my first Belgian Sheepdog. In fact, she was the first I had ever met. She came to me through a stroke of good fortune and I was hooked! Sheba was successful in both conformation and herding, but her first love is definitely those sheep!
Annie arrived Thanksgiving 2006. I'm sure my household will never be the same! Check out Annie's page for some cute puppy pictures.
Ace also came to me in 2007 as a rehomed show dog at a year old. He was a big gangly boy with boundless energy and I had trouble getting him fattened up. Now at 8 years old, he has no trouble keeping weight on!. He was shown in Canada as a puppy, but the breeder did not tell me that the entire litter had temperament issues. To say he did not appreciate the attention of strangers was an understatement! He is now neutered and is happily hanging out here at the farm where he is my fearless protector.
Sheba was bred the end of February 2009 to the handsome Ch. Elancer's British Invasion ("Boston") and whelped 7 gorgeous puppies. I kept a very special male puppy out of that breeding. Dancer (Shetara's Celebrate the Dance) finished his conformation career with 19 points and 3 majors to his credit. This was my first Bred By Exhibitor dog, so I was bursting with pride!
Annie was bred to Dancer several times and whelped some gorgeous puppies that were very consistent in type, temperament and conformation. I debuted two of his puppies at the BSCA specialty in 2014. We had a terrific time with both placing in their respective Bred By Exhibitor classes. I took Dancer and he enjoyed showing in the Stud Dog class and I loved the gorgeous ribbons he earned.
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