Sequoia Collies photo Massachusetts

Sequoia Collies

Russ & Cathy Petter

Sequoia Collies are bred and raised in a family environment in suburban Boston. For 20 years we have selected for elegance, soundness, and temperaments. We have roughs and smooths and puppies and adults are frequently available.

Impromptu Collies photo New Hampshire


Barbara Schwartz

I have bred collies for 50 years. During this time we have bred many champions and performance collies. Our dogs have won Best In Show, many BOB at Specialty shows, and Winners at Collie Nationals. I was a founding member of the CCA Health Foundation, Founding Chair of the CCA Health Committee, AKC judge, AKC Delegate. We strive to produce healthy, beautiful collie that can win at shows and live as part of a family. Our web site is:

Sanshor Kennels photo North Carolina

Sanshor Kennels

Beverly Ruskey

I have a small hobby kennel in Western North Carolina , I only have 1 or 2 litters a year occasionally I do have puppies for sale. I breed mainly for health and conformation, and breed for myself, and of course can't keep all of them.

Shamrock M Ranch photo Washington

Shamrock M Ranch

Shannon Mulhall

Washington State rough collie puppies and dogs. No inbreeding or line-breeding. All dogs are bred for health and intelligence and make great family pets. CERF checked healthy ranch raised dogs an hour north of Seattle.

Tairis Collies photo Texas

Tairis Collies

Debbie Jones

Tairis Collies is the home of some beautiful, spoiled Collies that bring us joy everyday. We breed with our vision of the ideal collie described by the AKC standard in mind. Puppies are occasionally available to responsible collie lovers for show or companionship.

Elisheva's Lil' Cuties photo Tennessee

Elisheva's Lil' Cuties

Christen Elisheva Smith

Six sweet collie pups available. 2 males, 4 females. Dam and sire are sable and white.

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