This is a great article by the late Richard Beauchamp and has some valuable insights as to why breeders choose certain stud dogs. Show Dogs and Stud Dogs – Richard Beauchamp
This is a great article from the website: Discover Something New About Dogs Every Day www.dailydogdiscoveries.com. New (and even old – lol) puppy owners will find the sections on Preventing Growth Plate Injuries and the Effects of Hormones (on the … Continue reading →
I am certainly a believer in climate change. Over the years, I have seen many differences from when I was a primary school kid, regularly smashing ice in puddles on the way to school during winter. These days, it is … Continue reading →
Now that is a leading question…. no, I’m not talking about the ‘birds and bees’. I am talking about the Australian dog population. THIS IS A SNAPSHOT OF THE AUSTRALIAN DOG POPULATION – 2016 The latest estimated number of … Continue reading →
Toonian Smooth Collies in Croatia have a very interesting webpage that talks about the genetics of the collie colours and the coat patterns in an interesting and easy to understand way. If you are really interested in this work track … Continue reading →
Collie hair can be spun and knitted or it can be felted to make many different types of garments. It is 80% warmer than wool. We are just coming to the end of Summer and heading in to Autumn but … Continue reading →
Brochure – Reward-Based Training – Aust. Veterinary Assoc – 20120109 … Continue reading →
Click on the title above or the icon below to open the video – you need sound for this one: Joey and Regent’s babies enjoy music. This little girl is just too cute!