Welcome to Camp Sundown!
This is lovely Camp Sundown road - sometimes a bit rough once you pass the pavement so drive slowly and enjoy the beautiful scenery along the way. It is actually one mile on a dirt road to "Sheltie Heaven" as we like to call it. You will be greated by the pack at the gate. Come and visit anytime. Linda
A bit of history while you enjoy the music of "Red River Valley":
I STARTED RAISING SHELTIES IN 1980 WHEN MY DAUGHTERS WERE TEENAGERS. THEY ASSISTED IN THE WHELPING, CLEANING AND SELLING PUPPIES. OUR HERD SIRE WAS A LITTLE GUY LOVEINGLY NAMED PAL. I HAD A COUPLE OF MAJOR SURGERIES DURING THAT TIME AND PAL WOULD LAY BY MY BED ON GUARD ALL DAY WHILE I RECOUPERATED. WHEN I BROKE UP WITH MY HUSBAND I SEARCHED FOR A SAFE PLACE TO BRING PAL IN HIS OLD AGE AND FOUND THE FARM IN PORT ORCHARD FOR SALE. IT WAS FENCED AND SECURE. HE SPENT HIS RETIREMENT THERE TILL ABOUT 15 YEARS OLD.
PAL WAS THE LAST OF THOSE DOGS. TOM AND I WERE MARRIED IN 1995 AND BEGAN LOOKING FOR SHELTIES ON THE WEB. WE BOUGHT IN 2004 HOLLY FROM OHIO, BELLA FROM OREGON, PUMPKIN LOCALLY AND SENT FOR DANIEL AND SHEBA AND COOPER FROM TEXAS. THEN PURCHASED OUR PURE FOR SABLE LITTLE MALE CAPPY FROM OKLAHOMA. SO THERE IS NO INBREEDING IN MY DOGS.
TOM PASSED AWAY FROM A HEART ATTACK in 2006; SHORTLY AFTER I PURCHASED SASSY A PETITE BLUE MEREL FROM OHIO ... I REMARRIED TO KEN MOYER IN SEABECK. HE ALSO LOVES THE DOGS AND PUTS UP WITH A LOT FROM THEM. IF YOU CAN IMAGINE AT LEAST 8 DOGS IN THE HOUSE AT A TIME!!
SHELTIES ARE MY LOVE, MY LIFE AND ALWAYS WILL BE. I AM 72+ YEARS OLD AND KEEPING UP WITH MY DOGS IS KEEPING ME YOUNG. Linda
Until one has loved an sheltie, part of their soul remains unawakened
New arrivals: End of August Scarlett presented the new amazing litter of color I have ever seen. pictured are some of them ..
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Oh My Gosh there is everything here you would ever want for color. 50/50 black and white, almost all white with dark ears, blue merel, last but not least, sable and white. mostly boys. So darling
the blue clothes basket is how we carry them outside or from place to place till they are to big... so cute!