What Critter Are You Based On How You Work?

Meet Rock

I can’t say enough good things about this dog.  He is very intense, talented and has an absolutely no quit attitude.
Rock will work whatever livestock is in front of him and do it with authority.

He also has one of the best personalities you could want in a dog.
We’re looking forward to many great years with Rock on the ranch as well as the trial field.

Meet Jess

Born September of 2009, Jess is a full sister to Rock, out of the second litter of Jag and Reece.  She has all of Rock’s intensity
but with a bit more eye.  Jess is a very natural, biddable girl with beautiful moves. She is just loads of fun to work and train.
It doesn’t hurt that she got so much of her mom and dad’s personality.
Jess is not only fun to trial but she is my go to dog for pen work or moving big bunches. If you need push this little gal is your dog. She is proving to be a very good producer as well.

Meet Ty

Born July of 2010,Ty is a ball of energy who fears nothing! Ty is off of Tim Naasz’s good female, Zoey and by our Jag. This is repeat cross and the first litter turned out so well we did it again. I trained one from the first litter that I just loved so when Tim wanted to do it again I jumped at the chance.

I’m just blessed to have Ty in my life! He has a huge heart and will give me everything even when I’m not sure I I’m asking. He’ll work for anyone but as my son’s say, “He’s mama’s boy”. He is very level headed with great feel for his stock. Plenty of push and just the right amount of bite… Can you tell I like him!?

Meet Teal

Born October of 2010,Teal’s name came from her breeder, Jamie Spring, and we loved it. Thanks Jamie for letting us keep it for her as it fits her perfectly!!

Teal is from the third and final litter from Jag and Reece.  Can you tell we like them? I hadn’t planned on keeping one from this litter with Ty coming but it proved to hard to resist. I LOVE both Rock and Jess so I just couldn’t pass up the chance at Teal.

Teal was slower to mature than her siblings but has really turned into a nice dog. She’s Mike and Brady’s favorite. She has a nice amount of eye and good feel.

She has the sweetest personality and thinks kids were put on this earth for her to love!

Livestock Guardian Dogs

Since deciding to get into the sheep business in the spring of 2001 we also decided we would need some sort of protection from the coyotes, mountain lions and stray dogs. We chose to incorporate guard dogs into our situation.

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