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Brownie the Shetland Sheepdog

Brownie (ID 421414)

Brownie is a male sable & white Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

He was born on June 4, 2015, so he's 8 weeks old now.

Brownie is full of life. He is the spunky one, yet still sweet too! He thinks he is the boss of the house. He loves to play and will quickly make... [read more]

$1,625.00

Peanut the Shetland Sheepdog

Peanut (ID 408991)

Peanut is a male blue merle, white & tan Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

He was born on April 9, 2015, so he's 16 weeks old now.

Peanut is a handsome boy! He is as sweet as they come. He will be that perfect cuddle buddy you have been looking for. He is always the first to... [read more]

$1,775.00

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Denver the Shetland Sheepdog

Denver (ID 410117)

Denver is a male black, white & tan Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

He was born on March 22, 2015, so he's 19 weeks old now.

Denver is a fun loving outgoing pup that was raised in our home! He's very eager to learn and so happy all the time! Denver has little tan... [read more]

$1,795.00

Cheyenne the Shetland Sheepdog

Cheyenne (ID 416170)

Cheyenne is a female sable & white Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

She was born on May 23, 2015, so she's 10 weeks old now.

Meet Cheyenne! Isn’t she just gorgeous? This little girl will definitely brighten up your days. She will be the talk of the town. Wouldn’t... [read more]

$1,825.00

Panda the Shetland Sheepdog

Panda (ID 418633)

Panda is a male black & white Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

He was born on June 15, 2015, so he's 7 weeks old now.

"I'm a special little boy that would love to belong to you! I'm also the cuddly one of the litter and waiting for your lap. Everyone here calls me... [read more]

$1,825.00

Flower the Shetland Sheepdog

Flower (ID 418634)

Flower is a male black & white Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

He was born on June 15, 2015, so he's 7 weeks old now.

Wow! What a cutie you have found here! This little guy will be sure to steal your heart away with just one look into those puppy eyes. Flower is... [read more]

$1,825.00

Emily the Shetland Sheepdog

Emily (ID 409001)

Emily is a female black, white & tan Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

She was born on April 9, 2015, so she's 16 weeks old now.

This playful girl can’t wait to go on adventures with you. Just picture it now. Emily is the best of both worlds with her beauty and loving... [read more]

$1,875.00

Lola the Shetland Sheepdog

Lola (ID 418631)

Lola is a female black, white & tan Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

She was born on June 15, 2015, so she's 7 weeks old now.

Just take a minute to stop and look at this stunning girl! Lola is the cutest. Both of her parents are sweet, lovable Shelties. She has a... [read more]

$1,875.00

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Parker the Shetland Sheepdog

Parker (ID 421033)

Parker is a male sable & white Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

He was born on May 2, 2015, so he's 13 weeks old now.

Parker is a gorgeous little sable puppy. He meets new adventures everyday with confidence and interests. Parker’s parents are wonderful,... [read more]

$2,050.00

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Aspen the Shetland Sheepdog

Aspen (ID 421205)

Aspen is a male sable & white Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

He was born on May 2, 2015, so he's 13 weeks old now.

Just check out this adorable little guy, Aspen! He has a very affectionate and loving personality. He is the smallest of his siblings, displaying... [read more]

$2,050.00

Sebastien the Shetland Sheepdog

Sebastien (ID 422241)

Sebastien is a male sable & white Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

He was born on June 23, 2015, so he's 5 weeks old now.

This is Sebastien. He is ready to come home and be your best friend. As soon as you walk in the door he’ll be right there to greet you with his... [read more]

$2,050.00

Sweet Boy the Shetland Sheepdog

Sweet Boy (ID 416894)

Sweet Boy is a male black & white Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

He was born on May 8, 2015, so he's 12 weeks old now.

Sweet Boy is the perfect, little guy! He has both great looks and a great personality! This little sweetheart will bring tons of love into your... [read more]

$2,095.00

Sammy the Shetland Sheepdog

Sammy (ID 422155)

Sammy is a male sable merle & white Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

He was born on June 23, 2015, so he's 5 weeks old now.

Your search has ended. Meet Sammy! He is the true definition of man’s best friend. Sammy loves to play and is ready at any moment to play with... [read more]

$2,150.00

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Jasmine the Shetland Sheepdog

Jasmine (ID 421263)

Jasmine is a female sable & white Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

She was born on May 2, 2015, so she's 13 weeks old now.

Jasmine is a gorgeous little mahogany sable puppy. She is sweet and affectionate. She meets new adventures every day with confidence and interest.... [read more]

$2,250.00

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Penny the Shetland Sheepdog

Penny (ID 421597)

Penny is a female sable & white Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

She was born on May 7, 2015, so she's 12 weeks old now.

Penny is a beautiful and cuddly little Sheltie puppy. She is small, fluffy and very loveable. She just pours on the kisses! Both of Penny’s... [read more]

$2,250.00

Lexi the Shetland Sheepdog

Lexi (ID 416953)

Lexi is a female black & white Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

She was born on May 8, 2015, so she's 12 weeks old now.

Lexi is a quick mover! She has been quick to explore her surroundings since the day she was born. Lexi is full of energy and loves to scrap with... [read more]

$2,350.00

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Landon the Shetland Sheepdog

Landon (ID 399489)

Landon is a male sable & white Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

He was born on December 23, 2014, so he's 31 weeks old now.

How can you say no to this baby face? Landon looks like his daddy and has his very sweet and happy personality. He likes to lay in your arms like... [read more]

$2,395.00

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Hunter the Shetland Sheepdog

Hunter (ID 399493)

Hunter is a male sable & white Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

He was born on December 23, 2014, so he's 31 weeks old now.

"Hi! My name is Hunter and am a very happy boy. I must have my lap time for cuddles, belly rubs and people time. I'm red sable and my mom has a... [read more]

$2,395.00

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Blake the Shetland Sheepdog

Blake (ID 407337)

Blake is a male sable & white Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

He was born on December 23, 2014, so he's 31 weeks old now.

Blake is a lap dog, but yet has a get up and go mode when outside. He is very fast and might do well in agility or activities with his family. He... [read more]

$2,395.00

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Darling Daryl the Shetland Sheepdog

Darling Daryl (ID 420901)

Darling Daryl is a male sable & white Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

He was born on July 3, 2015, so he's 4 weeks old now.

This puppy will turn anyone's head with his flashy white ruff and his curiosity of the world around him. Darling Daryl comes from a famous line of... [read more]

$2,395.00

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Baby Boo the Shetland Sheepdog

Baby Boo (ID 420921)

Baby Boo is a male sable & white Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

He was born on July 3, 2015, so he's 4 weeks old now.

This puppy is probably going to be on the smaller size for a Sheltie. He is a little go-getter. He is not afraid to plow himself in between his... [read more]

$2,395.00

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Jazzy Junior the Shetland Sheepdog

Jazzy Junior (ID 420935)

Jazzy Junior is a male sable & white Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

He was born on July 3, 2015, so he's 4 weeks old now.

Jazzy Junior is a beautiful looking sheltie with his big white face and ruff. He likes to show his independence by checking everything out. This... [read more]

$2,395.00

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Vibrant Vinnie the Shetland Sheepdog

Vibrant Vinnie (ID 420943)

Vibrant Vinnie is a male sable & white Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

He was born on July 3, 2015, so he's 4 weeks old now.

Vibrant Vinnie is a brave puppy that does not mind leaving his litter mates behind to explore everything he can. This puppy enjoys to be held.... [read more]

$2,395.00

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Champ the Shetland Sheepdog

Champ (ID 392715)

Champ is a male black, white & tan Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

He was born on November 9, 2014, so he's 38 weeks old now.

Champ is energetic with a delightful temperament and is very people-oriented! He is friendly, loving, and nothing seems to bother him. He is great... [read more]

$2,450.00

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Max the Shetland Sheepdog

Max (ID 392721)

Max is a male black, white & tan Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

He was born on November 9, 2014, so he's 38 weeks old now.

Max is a super snuggly and laid back ball of sunshine. This gentle and calm sweetheart adores people and is looking for a person to call his own.... [read more]

$2,450.00

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Willow the Shetland Sheepdog

Willow (ID 417151)

Willow is a female blue merle, white & tan Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

She was born on May 4, 2015, so she's 13 weeks old now.

Willow is a dazzling blue merle Shetland Sheepdog. She has an outstanding coat with a beautiful white collar. She will definitely be the center of... [read more]

$2,775.00

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Lenox the Shetland Sheepdog

Lenox (ID 421254)

Lenox is a male sable merle & white Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

He was born on May 7, 2015, so he's 12 weeks old now.

Lenox is a unique puppy! He will be dazzling with his dominant white and beautiful soft sable merle. He is gorgeous! Lenox's personality really... [read more]

$2,875.00

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Barney the Shetland Sheepdog

Barney (ID 417965)

Barney is a male white Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

He was born on May 20, 2015, so he's 10 weeks old now.

This handsome little guys is a color headed white. Which means Barney is all white except for the sable on is head. He is gorgeous. Barney has a... [read more]

$3,195.00

Beau (Going To My New Home!) the Shetland Sheepdog

Unavailable - Found a new home!Beau (Going To My New Home!) (ID 421409)

Beau is a male sable & white Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

He was born on June 4, 2015, so he's 8 weeks old now.

Beau is a very playful puppy who loves to run. His personality is playful, yet calm and reserved too. He has a beautiful full white collar. He is... [read more]

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Molly (Going Home Soon!) the Shetland Sheepdog

Unavailable - Found a new home!Molly (Going Home Soon!) (ID 416159)

Molly is a female sable & white Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

She was born on May 23, 2015, so she's 10 weeks old now.

Look at me! I'm Molly and I am just the sweetheart that you have been waiting for! I absolutely love to have my tummy rubbed! I love it so much... [read more]

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Shreck the Shetland Sheepdog

Unavailable - Found a new homeShreck (ID 410112)

Shreck is a male blue merle, white & tan Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

He was born on March 22, 2015, so he's 19 weeks old now.

Shreck is full of energy and spice! He's very intelligent and raised in our home! Shreck has tons and tons of coat and shine too. Shreck has been... [read more]

$1,795.00

Elvis (Going Home Soon) the Shetland Sheepdog

Unavailable - Found a new home!Elvis (Going Home Soon) (ID 420793)

Elvis is a male sable & white Shetland Sheepdog puppy.

He was born on June 15, 2015, so he's 7 weeks old now.

“Hi, my name is Elvis. I am so anxious to meet my new forever family. Could that be with you? I sure hope so. I am a gorgeous puppy with a... [read more]

"I can't wait to see California!"

Welcome

Thank you for your interest in our Shetland Sheepdog breeders and their Shetland Sheepdog puppies. Also called the Sheltie, this active dog is a loving companion to a family as well as a farmer’s best friend. In the past, Shelties were known for driving away animals that stray in a garden or field and bark to warn their master of anyone entering the property. They make perfect watchdogs because they are protective of their territory. And, they are also popular in show rings because of their obedience to commands and their impressive agility.


Find Shetland Sheepdog Puppies for Sale

The decision to buy a new dog is something you will never regret, especially if the Shetland Sheepdogs for sale are adorable as babies. The task, however, will not merely involve buying and taking the pet home. It all starts with the mission to find Shetland Sheepdog puppies, which could be a taxing job. That is where our company plays a vital role: we will help you meet our network of breeders so you could take a look at their Shelties for sale. Our systematic procedures have never known to cause any inconvenience. So if you want to skip the hassle, we’ve got you covered.


Breed Summary

Knowing the Sheltie’s dog breed info will help you get to know the breed even before you decide to buy one. Although small and looks a bit like the Collie, the Shetland Sheepdog is an entirely unique breed and has his distinct characteristics. One of the Sheltie’s characteristics is his protectiveness, which makes him an excellent watchdog. The Shetland Sheepdog is also known for his keen intelligence, enough to land him the sixth spot among 132 dog breeds. With lots of mental stimulation and physical exercise, your Sheltie becomes a happy dog. To know more about this breed, take a look at our Temperament & Personality page.


Perfect Matched Breed

Now that you are familiar with the characteristics of the Shetland Sheepdog, the next step is to look for trusted Sheltie breeders who take care of the pups and groom them to become perfectly matched Sheltie puppies. Let us do all the work as we deal with the Sheltie adoption process to bring you and your new pet together. This will greatly eliminate issues with your pet regarding his personality, temperament, or health because the breeders see to it that the pups are happy and in the pink of health.


Facts - Overview

Part of making the decision to adopt a Sheltie is to know the Shetland Sheepdog breed very well. This includes reading the Shetland Sheepdog’s breed info to help you see how you and this dog would get along.

Aside from being excellent watchdogs, Shelties are also very intelligent. In fact, a study yielded that among 132 dog breeds, the Shelties rank sixth in mental capacity. This intelligence gives them the ability to follow commands given to them the first time. They also excel in tracking and herding.

Shelties provide a good choice for working people, because the former are contented at home. Give them a toy to play with and they’re good to go.

Because of the Sheltie’s herding nature, they must be kept on a leash when you’re walking with them. This prevents them from chasing cars or anything that moves.

Shetland Sheepdogs are friendly, but they also tend to be shy around strangers. It is best to train them to socialize as a puppy. The Sheltie can easily get bored with routine, too, so vary the exercises you give him. He will appreciate the activity because he has lots of energy to use.

In terms of appearance, the Sheltie is oftentimes compared to a Collie because of its thick coat and its agility. The Sheltie has alert almond-shaped eyes and a black nose. They are also muscular, which makes the male Shelties more masculine. The female Shelties, on the other hand, look feminine. Their long mane (resembling a lion’s) and double coat may be blue merle, sable, or black. To keep the Sheltie’s coat mat and tangle-free, regular brushing, at least once a week, is a must.

Shelties are also good with children, so you don’t have to worry in case you have children in your house. They are also comfortable living in an apartment, as long as you take them out for a walk daily.


Facts - Personality

Knowing the Sheltie’s temperament is important because it will make you understand the specific needs of this breed. The Shetland Sheepdog loves being with his family. His gentle nature makes him a perfect addition to any home, especially that with kids around. However, Shelties tend to be shy when they are with strangers. That’s why early socialization is a must to help them become more relaxed when they are with people.

Another aspect of a Shetland Sheepdog’s personality is its agility and ability to follow commands quickly. The Sheltie is undoubtedly intelligent. He can be very competitive as well, and his herding nature adds to the distinctness of his character.

They also enjoy both indoor and outdoor activities. An everyday walk suits them fine, but remember to keep them on a leash. They can run as well. Keep in mind that the Sheltie is really smart, so he requires activities that both address his physical and cognitive needs. Make him find stuff, play fetch, or learn new tricks. Anything new for the Sheltie to learn is A-Ok with him.

Moreover, the Sheltie has a high-pitched bark that can alert you if there is someone who enters your premises. However, he will not bark if it’s someone he knows, or if it’s an animal or a biker that passes by. The Sheltie just seems to know who is a friend, and who is a foe.

Regardless of what the Sheltie can do, always put premium on training and socialization. Give your dog positive reinforcement as well.


Facts - Care

Shetland Sheepdog care includes training them by using gentle words and tones. During exercises, they love to receive treats and praises – these are the sources of their motivation. Sheltie training should start when they are young, and if possible, should continue until they are adults. Advanced exercises are good for their physical and mental health. Because this breed is highly competitive, giving them lots of activities that stimulate their brain while making them physically strong would make them really happy and excited. For instance, you could teach your dog new tricks every week. You could also make the Sheltie find an object or solve a puzzle.

Their “herding” nature also makes them chase moving objects. Thus, keep them on a leash when they’re walking with you. If this option is not available, then build fences around your area to keep your Sheltie within a safe perimeter.

Sheltie puppy care also requires that you groom him by brushing and giving him a bath. If you are unsure as to how to clean delicate areas such as the eyes and ears, use a damp cloth to pat around his eyes, and a cotton ball with veterinarian-approved cleaner for his ears. Take him to the vet every now and then to check for signs of diseases.


Facts - Grooming

Sheltie grooming is easy if you’re going to follow these steps. Ultimately, grooming will make your Shetland Sheepdog healthier and happier.

Appearance

The Shetland Sheepdog may resemble the Collie in terms of his coat and body, but the Sheltie is actually a different breed. For one, he has a head shaped like a wedge. His nose is black and his dark eyes are so gentle you’d want to cuddle the dog the moment he looks at you. They may have blue eyes, but only for those whose coat is colored blue merle. They also have a muscular build which makes the male Shelties masculine-looking. However, female Shelties look feminine. This breed also has a long tail and mane.

Size and Weight

Generally, a Sheltie should weigh 18 pounds and stand between 13- to 16 inches. Such measurements are common in both male and female Shetland Sheepdogs.

Coat and Color

The thick double coat of Shelties consists of two things: a short undercoat, and a hard topcoat. The Sheltie’s mane also covers his legs and tail, that’s why he is often described as having the hair of a lion. The Shetland Sheepdog’s color has three kinds: blue merle, sable, or black. Sable is defined as a shade between gold and mahogany.

Grooming Needs

Brush your Sheltie’s coat once a week to eliminate mats and tangles. Also, brushing helps keep the coat shiny. Pay attention to the hair under your dog’s ears as well as mats may be forming in those areas. If your Sheltie sheds heavily, the brushing should be on a daily basis. Bathe your dog only when necessary.

The ears should be regularly checked for signs of irritation, infection, or wax buildup. Use a veterinarian-approved cleanser. Keep tartar at bay by brushing your Sheltie’s teeth. Trim your Sheltie’s nails regularly as well to prevent them from gathering dirt.

If you need more ideas on how to groom Shetland Sheepdogs, don’t hesitate to ask the veterinarian for suggestions. They might also give you powders or other grooming tools for your pet. Likewise, don’t forget to groom your Sheltie when he’s still a pup so he would get accustomed to the process.


Facts - Health

Your Shetland Sheepdog’s health is very important. As simple as it sounds, it actually covers the food you give and the possible diseases that you and your dog should be wary of.

First, your Sheltie’s nutrition largely depends on the quality of dog food you feed it with. Check if the product complies with nutrition standards, or if the dog food contains vitamins and minerals that address your dog’s needs. Be careful not to feed your Sheltie too much, though. An overweight Shetland Sheepdog is as alarming as a malnourished Sheltie. Around ¾ to 2 cups of dog food would sustain your dog’s hunger.

Similarly, look for the symptoms of the following diseases and help your pet steer clear of them.

Collie Eye Anomaly: Also known as CEA, this condition causes blindness, in which both eyes could be affected. This disease is said to be an abnormality in genes, and there is no known treatment as of now.

Hypothyroidism: This happens when the Sheltie’s body cannot maintain the level of thyroid hormones, thus giving your dog dry skin, a thinning coat, a slow heart rate, and weight gain. There are medicines to neutralize the effects, but since this is progressive, it will continue until the dog reaches old age.

Hip dysplasia: The femur is displaced and cannot fit into the hip joint’s socket. This can give pain to your dog.


Facts - History

The Sheltie’s history begins in Shetland Islands, a region in the middle of Norway and Scotland. The farmers of Shetland Islands bred the dogs, which they called Toonie at first. Even during those times, these dogs were known to be herders because they protect the sheep, hence the name Shetland Sheepdog.

The Sheltie was brought to England in the 1800s. Back in Shetland Islands, farmers began breeding Shelties – only that time they were smaller in size.

Because the Shelties were rumored to have been crossbred with the Cocker Spaniel, people wondered what the original Shetland Sheepdog looked like. There were breeders who even suggested that the Shelties should be bred with Collies.

In 1909, the Shetland Sheepdog was recognized and accepted by the Kennel Club of England. However, some of them were named as Shetland Collies. On the other hand, the American Kennel Club had its first Shetland Sheepdog in 1911.

Despite being accepted in breed clubs, there was much controversy about the appearance of the Sheltie and its crossbreeding. Even the breeders of the Collie disliked the fact that the Sheltie was once registered as “Shetland Collie”. In 1930, after disagreements and debates, the English and Scottish kennel clubs agreed that the Sheltie should be like a miniature Collie. This just proves that the history of the Shetland Sheepdog is as colorful as interesting as the breed itself.


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