We are a small kennel on the Fundy coast of New Brunswick, Canada. I became the proud owner of my first sheltie, Sasha, when I was 18, quite a number of years ago. Below is a photo of Sasha. I acquired my husband a few years later and Sasha grudgingly agreed to share. Sasha unfortunately developed cancer and shortly after the birth of our first child, Sasha passed away. Over the years we have had other shelties and in 2005 we decided it was time to expand. After many litters of puppies and breeding I began to wonder why none of the dogs looked like the original sheltie. I looked far and wide in North America and visited many sites with championship dogs. They all looked more like collies than shelties. Large dogs with heavy faces. After many hours spent on line looking for the small delicate shelties that I knew had to exist, I started searching outside of North America. That led me back to the United Kingdom which makes perfect sense since that is where shelties originate. I was very fortunate to find a breeder that would sell me a puppy and our first trip to England was made. In fall of 2017 Sir Tristan joined our family. It has been the best decision I have made. He is everything I have been looking for in a sheltie for years. He is not only outstanding in looks, but his temperament and personality are also outstanding. Now that we have one we will be importing more "British type" shelties and we will be concentrating our breeding program on producing the true British type.