Nan had pups late last night. She popped out seven pups in about 3 hours. I wasn't home but Getty helped with the labor. The vet did the x-ray and saw four so I only sold four. She obviously hid the three others. She also carries the red gene as six of the pups are red and white.
Girls - all spoken for...
Roo is an Open winner on Cattle and Sheep. Roo ran in the USBCHA Cattledog Nursery Finals and in that same year, qualified for the USBCHA Sheepdog Nursery Finals. He also ran in the 2009 USBCHA Sheepdog Open Finals. He is an consistent dog on and off the trial field. Roo is the best son of Pleat and a pleasure to have on the field. He has stellar stock sense and uses good judgement.
Roo is very powerful and not afraid of anything. He is biddable and has tremendous work ethic. Additionally to his outstanding work ability, Roo has a very playful and gentle temperament. He has the rock solid temperament for his dam, DeltaBluez Tess.
Roo's sire is Scott Glen's Pleat. Pleat is the only dog to have won all of the top four trials in North America. He was voted "Most Promising Nursery dog"at the Bluegrass classic in 2001 and fulfilled that prediction by winning the open in the same trial in 2006. Prior to that, Pleat and Scott won the Meeker Classic in 2005 and in 2004, Pleat won the USBCHA National Finals in 2004. He won Soldier Hollow Classic in 2008.
Roo shedding a large flock
Nan is an outstanding female in her own right. She has qualified and ran for the USBCHA Sheepdog Finals in Nursery and the Open division. She is a big go forward type of female and has lots of push. She has also worked cattle and llamas. She has a nice scopey outrun and a nice line drive. Nan has a loving personality and willing do anything I ask of her.Nan's sister is Tommy Wilson's Sly and her brother is Laura Hick's Jag. Nan's sire is Imp Spot-owned by Michelle Howard and was 2002 Scottish reserve Nursery Champion.
Nan and Roo are DNA CEA Normal, hips are good, CERF clear and have gentle, loving personalities. They are easy dog to live with.
The puppies will have CERF exams, ABCA papers and shots. They are available to ranch, working or trial homes. A female and two males are available. No AKC.