Congratulations My Boy "Vinnie"
Honeyblossom's Tropical Peach Delight (AKC pointed)
My Beautiful Collies!
A LITTLE BIT ABOUT ME.
I was the little girl who wore coveralls, had a turtle in her pocket and a puppy as my shadow. Never being able to afford a pedigree Collie, my parents allowed me to have mixed breeds.
Of course, I would pick from the litter the puppy that reminded me most of beautiful "Lassie." Oh, the white blaze and white collar and can't forget the white tip on the tail were definite markings that you owned a Collie.
Later in life, a pedigree Collie named "Summer" came into my life. My girl loved her every minute with me and I cherished our time in play and working for those performance titles.
I became dedicated to the Collie breed and wanted to learn everything about them. I learned the Collies coat was its crowning glory and thus I learned to groom my Collies with style and perfection.
From the obedience ring to the conformation ring, I presented my quality Collies to the judges. I pride myself with homebred champions. Thus, responsibility of my Collies is totally mine. Breeding, raising the young, healthcare, doing all my own handling at the shows, is a love of enjoyment.
When you look into the eyes of a Collie, your heart takes over with their melting expression and a bonding begins that will last forever. My Collies helped me raise my four children and even helped to train my husband learning patience and understanding. You can count on the Collie to be a loyal family member that does not want to stray from home but always protective to the ones it loves.
When I put my arms around my Collies and say the words "I Love You" tears come to my eyes as they mean so much to me. God has given me a special gift in the Collie and you will feel a sense of honor by bringing a Collie into your life.
As you can see, a new love has come into my life. Four years ago, I purchased my first Sheltie named "Vinnie." What a joy to own. I have begun my show career with my Shelties and soon "Vinnie" and "Ricky" will be champions as they both only need one major to earn their title.
I am honored to have been accepted into the
American Kennel Club
Breeder of Merit Program.