Price, Guarantees & Conditions


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Breeding/Conformation Show Dogs:

Pups and Adults are available from time to time. Please contact us directly in regards to information about our pricing, policies, and guarantees concerning a Breeding or Conformation Show dog. All our show / breeding dogs are sold out right. We do not sell any dogs on co-owerships.


A five week old puppy uses the big doggy bed in the puppy pen as a pillow.

OUR Pricing:

As of August 1st, 2020 the price of our companion puppies is $2500.00 CAN ($2212.40 plus 13% HST $287.60)  Show/Breeding puppies are more of course because the purchaser will be breeding them in the future.

Please note pricing is current to today's date but subject to change at any time.

Once the first deposit is received, the buyer is safely locked in to the price at the time of deposit.  No increase will happen once the first deposit has been received.



We offer a lifetime health guarantee on our Shelties for 5 of the genetically inherited disorders that we screen our adult breeding dogs for:  Collie Eye Anomaly, Chordial Hypoplasia, VwD Affected, Degenerative Myelopathy, and Hip Displasia. 


Our show/breeding pups under 6 months old are guaranteed for height (to mature between 13 and 16 inches tall), to have correct sciccors bite and correct occlusion of teeth, and in male puppies to have 2 descended testicles.


Our 100 page puppy training manual containing information on all things specific to raising and training a Herdabout sheltie puppy, which includes our 4 week "Puppy Preschool" obedience training program designed so that new puppy owners can start their formal obedience training even before the pup can be enrolled in an obedience class at a formal training school.


A four pound bag of Fromm's Four Star All Life Stages food (either Whitefish & Potato, Duck & Sweet Potato, or Chicken A La Veg), as well as a bag of Fromm cookies. We strongly recommend Fromm foods as they have never had a recall in 30 plus years of business, and source their ingredients from North American suppliers. 



Full set of first inoculations (DHPP), three sets of dewormings.


Microchipped, and Canadian Kennel Club Registered, copy of full pedigree.


A certified health inspection along with a fecal parasite clearance by a qualified veterinarian.


Insurance for the first six weeks at his/her new home with $750. worth of coverage.


All puppies are temperament tested, with a Puppy Temperament / Personality Test as well as a puppy Performance / Working Potential Test.


Puppies are ready to go to their new homes between 8 and 9 weeks of age. At that age they will have been well socialized and started on their crate training (for house breaking and traveling purposes).


Initially we provide  the 100-page Manual on how to raise and train your sheltie puppy (written by us). But we also provide lifetime technical support and are always available to answer any questions or concerns about your puppy, or adult sheltie.


You will also receive a Puppy Starter Kit which includes: training treats, toys and a proper leash and collar supplied by Herdabout K9 Academy (our training school) to help start your puppy's education off on the right paw!

Nap time in the Puppy Pen

Our puppies love the food we feed them so much that they will even hang out in the food bowl in order to not miss the next serving.

Our conditions are:  


Pet puppies are sold on a spay/neuter contract, with a Canadian Kennel Club non-breeding agreement.


We require two letters of reference from pet professionals as to how you have cared for your past or current pets, such as a veterinarian, groomer, or trainer. If you have not previously owned a pet, then two letters of reference from a current employer and co-worker will be acceptable. We are very willing to provide references to you from trainers and pet owners who have purchased dogs from us. We require these references because puppy placement is very important to us and we want to make sure our pups get the best homes possible.


We also insist on the right of first refusal, which means that at any time in the dog's life you cannot commit to the dog, for whatever reason, and need to re-home the dog, you must offer to return him/her to us first, no questions will be asked, and we will take the dog back. We are concerned about the dogs we breed and want the best possible for them, we do not want them dumped into a shelter or rescue centre, or placed with someone whom we would not be comfortable selling one of our dogs to.


The health guarantee does not cover accidental death due to owner's negligence (hit by car, etc.).

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Located in the Southern Georgian Bay

Region of Ontario Canada

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