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We are located on 25 acres in Roxboro which is in North Central North Carolina. 
To view litters go to our Puppies Page,  To read what our puppy owners have to
say about our puppies go to our Testimonials Page.


Best way to inquire about a puppy is to fill out our contact form on the Contact Us Page



Here is a little bit on how we got into breeding these amazing dogs,
We have owned Australian Shepherds for over 16 yrs., not including my childhood pet.  when I was a child, my Aunt bred and raised Aussies and so we ended up with a Blue Merle named Hippie.  However as an adult I bought a Collie that we had for many years and my son grew up with til age 10.  When our Collie passed away we looked into many breeds over a couple of years before deciding what we wanted.  After doing much research I felt the best dog was my childhood Aussie, so we looked into breeders of Australian Shepherds.  We contacted the breeder of a dog that was exactly what I wanted and she referred me to a breeder that was expecting a litter from her Stud.  We put a deposit on a puppy before the litter was born.  Below are our two boys that we had until just recently and miss dearly.  Our goal is to replicate these beautiful Std Size (Larger) Aussies with great temperaments, healthy and intelligent.


Chillie and Bruiser (on the left) were with us for about 14 yrs.  As they got older we looked into buying a couple of puppy Australian Shepherds.  We talked to several breeders and finally set out to look at some in person.  I started to see these smaller versions of Aussies and had a difficult time finding Aussies that were Std size.  We bought two pups with the assurance that they would be Std size, however as they grew, they were much smaller than I had expected, and hyper.  Again I talked to several breeders and again bought a new puppy where the breeder said this would be a Std size dog, and this time she did meet the criteria for a Std size female and has the character I wanted, active but not hyper.  I continued to look into the breed and could no longer find the larger dogs like my old boys, even though they met the criteria for a Std size males, just at the top of the scale at 23". After long hard searches we have added a couple more dogs and found a few that meet my idea of a great Aussie, beautiful, happy, healthy, intelligent, loyal, active but not hyper and most of all LOVING.
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