Dogs of the past!
This page is dedicated
to some of my favorite dogs that I have owned, raised, retired or
sent to new homes!
"Booger" is a foundation sire of mini aussies.
He has sired countless quality mini and toy aussies. I had the
privilege to own him for about 2 years. He passed on his great
conformation and striking color. I kept a few puppies back who
you can find on my now raising puppies here!
Brandy is one of my all time favorites! She has such a
wonderful personality! She was one of my very first minis! She
is the one that made me fall in love with the breed. She has
been retired to a wonderful pet home in Texas! Pictured with
her is Dottie, a daughter of Brandy. I also had a litter out
of her before I found the perfect pet home for her! She is
always a happy girl!
Kallie is a littermate sister of
Brandy and Kiwi. I got her from the breeder a little after
Brandy and Kiwi. She was a little more shy then they
were, but she was always smiling and grinning! What a sweet
girl she was! She is retired too! She's pictured here with her
son, sired by Canyon.
Kiwi, Brandy and Kallie's smaller sister! She
was 14 inches tall and like Kallie and Brandy, always grinning.
She's retired with Brandy in Texas!
Gigi. She is the mother of Brandy, Kiwi and
Kallie. I just had to buy her when I got the chance. She
had great conformation, 15 inches and was a wonderful mother.
She is retired from raising puppies and is now a very much loved
Cowgirl. She is a daughter of Gigi and a half sister to
Brandy, Kiwi and Kallie. She was a beautiful girl and is the
mother of Reba! She was one of the dogs I probably got the most
This is Stormy. She is another one of the first
mini aussies I owned. She was a harlequin red merle. She
was out of a standard aussie and a mini. Even though she was
half standard, she was only 14 inches tall. Her puppies had a
lot of drive and were always great quality dogs. Her outside
bloodlines, brought much needed new lines into the mini aussie
world! As small as she was, she had huge litters! 9-11
puppies to a litter! Check out her past litters on my 'Links'
This is Reflection of Stormy. She is a daughter
of Stormy. She looks so much like her mother! I had sold
her to a good friend of mine when she was a puppy. Her mother
died in an accident so I had to have her back! Thats when I
bought her, and also got 'Lindsey' back from another breeder.
Stormy's puppies had been so popular that I hadn't been able to keep
one back! I bought her and Lindsey back to keep along with
Shadow. I've been pleased with what these girls have thrown
for me. Her last litter was of 11 puppies! Her sisters
also throw large litters!
This is Nicki. She was my very first mini
aussie. She was 16 inches tall. I actually got her in on
a horse trade! She was a little bit shy, but I spent a lot of
time with her and she finally came out of her shell. She
needed some love and patience! She got me interested enough to
buy Brandy and Kiwi! That's how it started!
Sadie is a daughter of Nikki. She was kept back
out of my very first litter. She later produced a blue eyed
tri! She was nice quality and was quite a bit smaller than her
mother. She was 14 inches. Sweet girl and a great
Kenya was bred in this picture! She was a neat
girl. Lots of drive! She also threw puppies quite a bit
smaller than her. She is the mother of Maggie who is one of my
current favorite girls. Maggie can be found on my website.
She has nice litters, including blue eyed tris. Kenya is Vegas
and Reno's grandmother! I think its neat to look back at where
my dogs came from!
This is Hallie. She is retired now! I had
her along with 3 of her sisters. I sent one of her sisters to
a good mini aussie breeder friend of mine in Texas. Kelly has
a daughter and grand-daughters of this line. Click on the
thumbnails to see some of her daughters, nieces and nephews!
Diva and Whisper are her great grand neices! Check them out on
Jazz came from Arizona. She was 13 inches and
taught me a lot about aussie genetics. She surprised me with
pattern white black tri and blue merle puppies. I didn't know
you could get spotted puppies out of a normal tri and a merle.
It got my attention and I spent hours reading about genetics,
colors, etc. I kept some of her puppies, including Foxy and
Billie. Leah is a grand daughter of Jazz, a daughter of
This is Canyon. He was one of my first stud
dogs. I brought him home when I had 4 girls in heat and no
boys that were ready! Opossum was just a young man then!
He saved me and I had some beautiful puppies out of Canyon! He
had awesome conformation, looked like a standard, but in the mini
package. He was a great sire and produced some outstanding
puppies. He's retired now and enjoying riding around the back
of a pick up in Ohio!
Cowboy was one of my all time favorites! He is a half
brother to Cooter. He has a lot of toys in his background and has
thrown a lot of toys even on bigger girls. He has retired and is now a
traveling rodeo dog!
Zipper and Snickers were two of my very first
toys. I remember getting them and thinking they were the
ugliest things I'd ever bought! After they got
through the puppy uglies, they turned into a couple of nice girls!
At 11 inches tall and about 10lbs they were very cute, nice quality
girls! Both are now retired to pet homes!
Jackpot was one of my very favorite dogs. He
spent a lot of time in the house with me and also enjoyed going to
horse sales with me! Aside from producing some beautiful
puppies, he was a lot of help around the barn and was always right
there when I called him. A very obedient, protective friend.
He's now living in New York. He's loving the attention and is
Dolly is Cooter's mom. She's a beautiful
girl and is outstanding! She is 10 inches tall and 8lbs.
She was a sweet girl, a house dog and a regular at the horse sales!
She was a favorite to everyone she met! She is now a single
house dog and is livin' it up!