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International Honors Bronze Champion

UKC CH Sympa-ly Five Stars

ASSA National Placement 2015

D.O.B. 5/2/2013

Redford x Kylee

Quincy was one of my picks of litter - Oscar had one "type" (like his sire) and Quincy had another "type" (like his dam).  Quincy was Mr. Purple and we were calling him Merit.  I had delayed selling him and had grown him out, to see who would be THE pick of the litter.  I attended a family reunion for my husbands side and his Aunt was interested in a new puppy.  They had Shelties in the past and missed them.  We wrote up a contract and she was willing to let me show him, so the deal was done - Q was staying in the family :)  

Carol did a great job training him and he was her companion at home when her husband was on the road.  As he grew, I asked her to bring him to a show Oscar was entered in so I could groom him up and see how he matured.  I had some advice, he was ready to show, and we planned some shows.  In a whirlwind of one weekend, he finished his UKC Championship - the fastest ever so far!  I decided I wanted to take him to the American Shetland Sheepdog Association National Dog Show, and we made the trip to Virginia!  I hired a groomer to get him ring-ready, so when I took him in, we placed!  I was on Cloud 9!   I entered him in some International shows and again, he earned his International Championship and Honors Championship Bronze that weekend with all V1 ratings of mostly Excellent comments (and a few Very Good). 

Since I did not continue showing him and focused on Oscar, he has been neutered and is still a very cherished pet. 




6 Generation


United Kennel Club (UKC) Show Results


Proof of Health Testing

also Normal Patellas never sent in

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