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The "Music" Litter

Belgian Sheepdog Puppies

Whelped June 6, 2013 - 5 Boys & 4 Girls

Annie Music Litter Day 2

Annie with the puppy pile Day 2

Ch. Shetara's Celebrate the Dance ("Dancer") 


Ch. Image's Rags To Riches ("Annie")

Litter Pedigree


MOVEMENT VIDEOS (at 7.5 Weeks)

Week One Pictures

Week Two Pictures

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Week 19 Pictures

Six-Nine Month Pictures

This is Annie's second litter and she certainly outdid herself!  She whelped 4 girls and 5 boys over the course of 3 1/2 hours.   Since the vet had only identified 4 heartbeats by ultrasound, it was a big surprise!   We have evaluated the litter and there are a few puppies available that will make nice show or performance prospects.  So if you are considering getting a Belgian, feel free to contact me.

I was so happy with the results of Annie's first Belgian Sheepdog litter last year, I decided to repeat the breeding in hopes of getting another really nice Belgian show girl.  The puppies from the first litter were uniform in look, conformation, and temperament.  I am expecting good things in the show and performance rings from those puppies. 

Annie is a wonderful mother and loved her last litter so much it was hard to get them weaned!  She is a high energy girl with tons of ball drive, which is typical of Belgian Sheepdogs.  She has a beautiful coat, nice square body, and good movement.  She's a natural at agility.  She is 6 years old and in excellent health.  Dancer is the happy-go-lucky 4 year old Belgian Sheepdog male I kept from Sheba's litter, who easily finished his championship from the Bred By Exhibitor class and is now working towards his HSAs herding title.   Both these dogs LOVED to show and I showed them both to their championships myself. 

Dancer received OFA Excellent hip & Normal elbow scores just like his mother. Annie's OFA xrays came back with a score of Good hips and Normal elbows.  Eye exams were done on both dogs with no hereditary eye problems found.  All my  dogs are seizure free.  Epilepsy is a problem within the Belgian Sheepdog breed, but thankfully I have not yet experienced that issue with my dogs.

I expect this breeding to produce medium to high drive beautiful healthy Belgian Sheepdogs with good coat, good movement, attractive heads, and happy, willing attitudes.  The previous litter was very consistent in size, bone, temperament, and look, which made it very difficult for me to choose the puppy I wanted to keep. 

If you are interested in a Belgian puppy from this litter, please complete the prospective puppy owner questionnaire to get on the waiting list.

Puppies are sold with a written guarantee and lifetime breeder support.  I adhere to BSCA (Belgian Sheepdog Club of America) breeder guidelines.  A puppy contract is required.  All companion Belgian puppies are sold with limited AKC registration, with spay/neuter requirement.

Contact Barbara Roy

Email: info@shetara.com


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