'09 Treve and Lyndie Pups
Xavier Now Trevi (Colorado)
Iceman now Samson (Ohio)
Marigold now Dottie (Ohio)
Petunia now Maggie (Illinois)
Zinnia now Patches (Ohio)
Blossom now Dannigan (Indiana)
Yarrow now Riley (Ohio)
Salvia now Pepper (Ohio)
preserve the breed and for others to experience a really
good dog, we have puppies occasionally from our English
happy to announce a repeat breeding from our Lyndie and
born June 27, 2010.
We received fine reports from puppy owners of their 2009
litter and pups did well on working farms, acreage and a
select few did well in suburbia with active families. We
were able to see four of the pups at their homes or ours
and at their dog classes! That has been a pleasure for
us and we learn alot!
Lyndie and Treve are excellent examples of the English
shepherd breed. Their pups should be about 50-55 pounds
for females and about 60-65 pounds for males. They both
are flashy black and white ES, and have the shiniest,
easiest care coats of about any English Shepherd we have
known, with little shedding but a once a year seasonal
shed and no odor. A “rake” is about the only grooming
tool you will need!
Both Lyndie and Treve have exceptionally sweet
temperaments, learn very quickly, have a strong desire
to please, and are medium energy level. They are
excellent watchdogs and alert us to all visitors and
critters! They both have shown strong herding instincts
They get along well with other dogs when doing their
classes and having dog visitors out to play in the ponds
and creek. From visits, reports and photos, we have seen
that their pups received these qualities!
We take great pleasure in our puppies and look at our
eight weeks with them as preparing them for their new
roles with new families.
They are raised in our home, and we spend a lot of
individual time with them each day. We socialize them
with adults and children and they are acclimated to the
sights and sounds of home and farm.
After weaning, we keep our pups in an exercise pen in
very clean surroundings, and they become paper-trained.
We acquaint them with a crate and to use the dog door
and ramp to a fenced yard at five weeks so they begin
their housebreaking very early! Our puppy owners thank
us for that.
At 7-8 weeks old, we take the pups for rides in the car,
we teach them to come when called, to sit and walk on a
leash all for treats and praise. We like to stimulate
their minds as well as bodies with a mini agility
station that Tom builds for each litter, which gives the
pups a chance to think, problem solve and make up games
which is as entertaining for us as it is for the pups!
Pups will be ready to go to homes at eight weeks. The pups will be wormed
three times and have their first puppy shot.
no limit to what you can do with your English Shepherd
and the fun you will have together. They have strong
instincts to herd and will follow you all day long
helping with farm chores. They excel at rally obedience,
agility, therapy dogs in hospitals, nursing homes or
libraries—(Wags and Tales), search and rescue, Frisbee
competitions and swimming after a frisbee, hiking,
biking, trail riding, fishing and ice fishing, tracking,
hunting squirrels, or an English Shepherd shadow and
companion who wants to sleep at your feet.
forward to hearing from you and welcome calls and
questions. We know when you give your time to love,
exercise and train your pup, you will say your English
Shepherd is “the best dog I ever had”
We are located an hour north of Cincinnati, Ohio and an
hour south of Columbus, Ohio and have had success
shipping pups on Delta Dash out of Cincinnati on a