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  1. It was a pleasure seeing the Shelties that you are raising. I lost my oldest Sheltie in January at the age of 15. Today, I lost my 8 year old Sheltie. It was so unexpected and I am at a loss as he was the companion of Blaze, who is a rescued dog just as Frisky was. I am not sure how Blaze will react being alone. Wherever he was, so was Frisky. They had separation anxiety if they were split up and we always took both of them to the vet, even if only one of them were being seen. I love my dogs. I am a retired nurse, and I spend many, many, hours alone. They are my companions and to lose them is unbearable. Frisky was black and white, had a delightful personality and easy going. I am curious how far away from Charleston West Virginia you are. If you have an upcoming litter, possibly a black and white one, I may be interested in purchasing one. I would like a male. My dogs always have had their teeth cleaned, appropriate shots, and regular check ups. If you currently have some up for adoption, please send pictures to me at my e-mail address of or phone me at 304-577-6524. Thank you for doing what you do. This breed of dog, to me, is like no other.

  2. Your shelties are excellent prospects for anyone that wants to adopt. I lost my sheltie, Skye to Urinary Cancer last November. I am looking for an older sheltie, Male/female 5-7 years. Probably a male that has done with siting. Skye accompanied to many Bagpiping events; Weddings, funerals and presentations at assisted nursing home where I provided playing with History of the Bagpipes.

  3. HI
    Jewel.. I have not been on here for a while computer problems.. we are planning a black and blue litter this year.. where about 1/2 hour from Charleston wv.. call me back on 304-533-0408 cell, 304-595-1820 house phone.. or email me at
    thank you. Linda

  4. Your Shelties are absolutely stunning. My husband and I lost our beloved Sheltie, Dandy, several years ago. He was a sable and white and the sweetest, most loving dog. I definitely have a place in my heart for these wonderful companions. We currently own a Bichon who is 16 years old and his little sidekick (a Shichon) who is three years old. The Sheltie that I lost was very compatible with my older Bichon and they loved to chase each other. I would be interested in a female sable and white Sheltie puppy for a companion preferably sometime in the near future. My dogs are very active and love to play in our fenced 1 acre backyard. I am a stay at home active Grandma, so my dogs are definitely my “children”. Susan from Sykesville, Maryland

  5. My very first dog was a Sheltie from Banchory lineage. He was the perfect first dog for a 12 year old girl. Since that time I have had shelties, border collies, a rough collie and many Australian shepherds. I currently have 3 Aussies and a rough collie/border collie cross. I’m not looking to add another dog for a while, as I have my hands full with the 4 I’ve got now. But someday . . . . After the two older dogs are gone to the rainbow bridge, I might look at getting another sheltie. While I love my Aussies and border collies, I find that my middle aged body is not as resilient as it once was, and the rough and tumble, bounce and grittiness of the Aussies is beginning to challenge my physical limits. While I will always have an Aussie around, I’m beginning to think I might be ready for the sweet, light footed and light hearted charm of the little shelties once more. I will continue to look in on your site from time to time, and when the day comes that I’m ready for a new furry best pal, if you are still breeding them, I might see about adding one of your sweet pups to my family. I particularly like the black tricolor ones. But the temperament is the main thing I look for. I live in Grant County, West Virginia, near Petersburg. You’re welcome to visit my Facebook page if you wish, to see the adventures of my pack. Most posts are public. Good luck with your lovely dogs!

  6. Your dogs are beautiful – my favorite breed! Hope to be able to have a Sheltie of my own in the near future.

  7. I was the owner of Mystic Rose at the time of her passing. I purchased her from Bella and Belmark Kennels. We loved her dearly. We have a flower shop and she was a shop companion in a college town. Very popular, very beautiful. We distributed postcards of her dear face to customers and friends.
    If you have any information on her history/pedigree I would appreciate learning more.
    Thank you,
    Francine Toss

  8. We have had many dogs over the years and have loved them all as members of our family. We lost our last dog Paris in January and are now thinking of another. We have owned 2 shelties in the past and would like another. They are very special dogs. My husband and I have retired now so our dog would hardly ever be alone. We have a large home and live near a nice 3 acre park for lots of walks. We would love a dog ,a new puppy to train and love

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