Please Note that all puppies or dogs no matter the intended purpose are $2500 unless otherwise publicly noted. Health tested, titled, and/or started adults may vary.
Julep is available to a performance/companion home. She is food driven, very biddable and has the ability to learn very quickly. Her ideal home would be someone that is willing to competitively title her in either sport or conformation venues as she enjoys a challenge. She is a COVID puppy so she can be a little apprehensive of new situations, but she is learning to take them in stride and has attended a few conformations shows with us for socialization with her most recent being the Kentuckian Cluster where she recovered quickly when startled and actively sought out attention in exchange for cookies from exhibitors. She is house trained, crate trained, has great car manners, knows basic obedience commands, a few tricks, and walks well both on and off leash.
Julep is an active puppy that enjoys being engaged in activities so she needs a home that can fill this need. She is currently working towards her Trick dog Novice and CGC titles. I will consider active pet homes, but I prefer a competitive home willing to title her and engage her mentally and physically. All homes companion and otherwise will be chosen through careful screening and a co-own and contract will be required.
Pet only ( No breeding)
Fenn is available to a companion or show home.
Fenn is a 4-year-old male with an exceptional temperament. He is a wonderful dog, but he will not excel in performance events due to lack of drive. He is a much lower drive aussie than the other dogs here and he needs a home that can match this drive. He enjoys walking, hiking, and most of all cuddling.
Fenn has excellent car manners and has made multiple long trips with my fiancé and myself some of which were 9 or more hours long. He has excellent leash manners, knows basic commands, does well with other female dogs and is over all very laid back for his breed. He is not a couch potato though and still requires a home that is going to give him both mental and physical stimulation. He would do excellent in a home with only a few other dogs or in a home where he is the only dog and can be the center of someone's attention. He is crate trained and accustomed to being in his crate while we are gone at work or when we leave the house for a few hours, and he is a little quirky as in he will not eat his food unless you crate him with it.
Fenn has his canine good citizen title, his farm dog title, and his trick dog novice title, and he has been shown on a limited basis. I will consider placing Fenn in a companion home with a neuter contract or I may consider a small hobby breeder where he will be shown prior to breeding and a co-own will be required.