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Mar 1 2010


This is Abbie the ACD. She's tough as nails but still prefers the comfort of a queen size feather bed. She may not know anything about herding but when it comes to chasing coyotes, deer and badgers she's got it down pat. Everyday is an excise day, she goes from the early morning until noon or so then its nap time, after that more dog walks, tennis ball throwing and swimming (she loooves to swim.)

Mar 1 2010


Buela is our Blue Heeler, She turned 2 years old on Thanksgiving and I cannot imagine not having that goofball of a dog. She wakes us up with 6 am face cleanings, is tenacious with a tennis ball, grunts and whistles, and lives for a butt pat. We love that crazy heeler.

Mar 1 2010


Bruno, a Red Heeler X, was my husbands dog in high school, and found through a ad in the paper. He was his best friend, and they went everywhere together, even out on surveying jobs with his father. I have been told stories of how he used to climb up on the roof and watch them inside through the skylight, or how he'd hop in a window and crawl commando style into the living room to watch tv with them.

Mar 1 2010


Smokey is a four years old perro vaquero and is boss at the KC Ranch in Jack County,Texas.

Mar 1 2010

Cheyenne & Tuff

This is Cheyenne and Tuff. Cheyenne, the red female, is 10 months old. Tuff, the blue male, is 1 and half. These two bundles of energy are great. Tuff is my frisbee man Cheyenne loves to play with tennis balls and tear all the yellow off them. They live in Greenville, New York right now but soon we're moving upstate to a horse farm. Their mom trains horses and they love to try to help, usually causing more chaos.