Our Breeding Program of Red Border Collie Puppies
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Our breeding program philosophy evolved over time as a result of over twenty years of breeding World Class Quarter horses and about fifteen years of professionally training horses for people.
What we have learned above and beyond everything else is how incredibly important bloodlines are. As a trainer, often times George could tell the horse owner what bloodlines their horse came from just by riding it. Before we started breeding red JE Border Collies, we knew to make sure that we only used the best bloodlines. The results have been nothing short of outstanding. We know that our dogs will stand up with the best this country can offer.
Another thing that we strongly believe in is that the first eight weeks of a pups life are very important. We normally have one litter at a time so we are able to spend a lot of time with the pups in each stage of their life while here with us at Journey's End Ranch. We observe each pup closely in personality and working ability in order to make sure each pup match appropriately with its new owner and lifestyle.
To give Journey's End Border Collies the best start possible, we handle and interact with each pup daily starting at birth. As they grow older and are able, they are taken on walks daily allowing them them to run, explore, play. Our pups are loved and cared for, giving us such a wonderful experience that we are so fortunate to have. We take the time to start leash training and they are crate trained before leaving to go to their new home. Journeys End pups are also adapted to traveling in a vehicle and socialized. We give them the best start possible which carries on with the pups to their new home and new life.
Journey's End pups are health checked by our vet and vaccinations are giving by our vet also. They are started on a de-worming program early in life, again giving the pups the best start possible.
All Journey's End Border Collies are registered with the American Border Collie Association. They also may be registered with the American Kennel Club.