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ANN DEBO SHELTIES
AKC fully registered Sheltie (Shetland Sheepdog) puppies.
Parent's pedigree papers & DNA available.
Contact Ann for availability and pricing.
830-825-3101 (leave message)
POB 37, Round Mountain, Texas (near Johnson City)
Email: [email protected]
Our most recent and available puppies
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Check back here for our next litter photos and availability. We expect to have pups again in March, 2020.
Our Sheltie puppies are raised in our home and will go only to forever family homes, as we have been doing since 2003. Pups are with people and other Shelties and cats all day long. Not available for re-sale by you.
All our Shelties are sable and white in color, and will have a health guarantee, first shot, and dewclaw removed.
After birth, our Sheltie pups are nurtured and typically are available to you in about 8 weeks.
Half deposit to hold.
Background Information: "The Shetland Sheepdog, often known as the Sheltie, is a breed of herding dog that originated in the Shetland Islands of Scotland. The original name was Shetland Collie, but this caused controversy among the Rough Collie breeders of the time, so the breed's name was formally changed. This hard-working small dog is intelligent, vocal, excitable and willing to please. They are incredibly loyal to their owners to the point where they are often referred to as "shadows" due to their attachment to family. This breed was formally recognized by The Kennel Club (UK) in 1909.
Like the Shetland pony, Shetland Cattle and the Shetland sheep, the Shetland Sheepdog is a hardy but diminutive breed developed to thrive amidst the harsh and meagre conditions of its native islands. While the Sheltie still excels at herding, today it is often raised as a farm dog and/or family pet.
The Sheltie's origins are obscure, but it is not a direct descendant of the Rough Collie, which it largely resembles. Rather, the Sheltie is a descendant of small specimens of the Scottish Collie and the King Charles Spaniel. They were originally a small mixed-breed dog, often only about 8 to 12 inches in height at the shoulder, and it is thought that the original Shetland herding dogs were of the Spitz type, and were crossed with Collies from mainland Britain. In the early 20th century, James Loggie added a small Rough Collie to the breeding stock, and helped establish the breed that would become the modern Shetland Sheepdog".
Quoted from (and see more at): Wikipeida