Welcome to Camp Sundown!
This is lovely Camp Sundown road - sometimes a bit rough once you pass the pavement so drive slowly and enjoy the beautiful scenery along the way. It is actually one mile on a dirt road to "Sheltie Heaven" as we like to call it. You will be greated by the pack at the gate. Come and visit anytime. Linda
Until one has loved an sheltie, part of their soul remains unawakened
Flash, I have new puppies born in May 2013 and already for new forever homes. very socialized call
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Oh My Gosh there is everything here you would ever want for color. 50/50 black and white, almost all white with dark ears, blue merel, last but not least, sable and white. mostly boys. So darling
the blue clothes basket is how we carry them outside or from place to place till they are to big... so cute!
I began raising shelties about 20 years ago. all of my old dogs are in heaven a sad departure for sure. Now I have about 10 adults some are sppayed there time for puppies is over but they stay with me in Sheltie Heaven. I just recently lost a husband so I am on my own with my dogs but my husband was ill a long time so really nothing has changed. I love my dogs and they are really trained except when visitors arrive they are very excited to meet them .... Making a fuss is a sheltie trait and mine really do get involved in fussing over anything new. we have a farm and I am alerted to any problems that might occur. They mostly reside in the house with me.