Virginia Reed-Mehr
Jewett, Ohio
Robin Reed
Blairstown, New Jersey
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We are very proud of our dogs. We don't breed to sell our dogs as an income. Every litter we have has been carefully planned and thought out for our next show dog. We are always striving to breed as close to the Collie standard as possible. That being said, since there are usually only 1 or 2 out of the litter that will make it to the show ring, we make it a priority to breed and raise happy, healthy well adjusted dogs that we are equally proud to place in pet homes.  

There is nothing that makes us happier than when we receive a letter, or email and pictures of how the puppies are turning out. We encourage owners to keep in contact with us throughout the dogs lives. We like to know the good and bad. As we only keep 1 or 2 puppies from the litter, it's important for us to know if something happens to them as they get older. Although, some things we can't genetically control, we certainly don't want to breed unhealthy dogs that end up with problems and don't live to a healthy ripe old age. 

Before they are ready to go, they will have their eye's checked and be up to date on shots and de-worming. We don't let them go until they are at least 8-10 weeks old. 
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UPDATED 10/13/19
GCH Pleasant Acre Sugar Daddy "Bryce"
CH Overland Richie Rich 
Danica had 4 puppies:
1 smooth sable girl
1 smooth tri boy
1 rough tri boy
1 rough sable boy
Muffin had 3 puppies:
2 tri rough girls
1 sable rough boy
These puppies will be due mid-November.  It's a dual sired litter and we won't know until the puppies are several weeks old which one sired the litter.  They could be either rough or smooth and can be tri, sable or blue in color.  They won't be ready to go until mid-January.   We co-own this litter.