WORKING SHOW DOGS "...Intelligent, primarily a working dog...versatile and easily trained, performing his assigned task 
with great style and enthusiasm." 
 ASCA Breed Standard - Effective 1977


Litter due April 22, 2020

"Charger" WTCH Deja Vu at Large & in Charge DNA-VP


"Swindle" WTCH ASCA Ch / AKC GCh Laconia Buff Cap Midnite Rustler at CarMel AFTDm OFTDsd CD GS-N JS-N RA

This is a co-bred litter with CarMel Aussies

All puppies will be black-tri in color

We are accepting puppy inquires at this time

Puppies will be ready to go to their new homes in late June

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I first met Charger at the 2015 Tennessee ASCA National Specialty and have been fortunate to be around him on many occasions since then.  He is a great representative of the breed.  He is biddable, structurally correct, masculine head and does very well at his job.  When he is not working sheep, cattle or ducks, he is the consummate family and house dog.

Charger earning many awards at the 2015 ASCA National Specialty including Most Promising Started Aussie.


Swindle is to be a great representative of the breed.  She is a versatile Aussie; able to work livestock, perform in agility and obedience; and earn conformation titles in ASCA and AKC.  I am more than proud she is a WTCH and an AKC conformation grand champion (and AKC group placer).  This puts her in rare company in the Australian Shepherd world.  Swindle and her mom (Wynona) are the only two Aussies to earn such a distinction.

In this picture she moving sheep out of a pen on her way to earning a farm title.

Swindle after one of her many ASCA Best of Breed awards.

Swindle working cattle at the 2017 ASCA National Specialty.
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