I appreciate your inquiring about TBC Border Collie puppies, and those born and residing on the Base Farm where I live, and the Main Farm adjacent to me plus 2 other farms. My goal is and always has been to import, work and breed top bred sheepdogs, who have solid structure, temperament and  genetics that can be seen when they work. Although, I’m strictly a sheep farmer, the pups, that I’ve sold in 40 years have done well as companions, obedience dogs, sports, search and rescue, trick training, freestyle dancing and farm and trial work. Equally, important to the structure, temperament, sheepdog genetics, is doing their hips and DNA testing to ensure healthier puppies/dogs. If, you have any questions or need additional information, then please contact me preferably by telephone at 804 357-8059 or email at drkarent1946@icloud.com.

The American Kennel Club wishes to acknowledge those individuals that have excelled at breeding dogs that have proven to be outstanding in AKC sports.  The commitment to preserve, protect and improve a breed represents the very essence of the AKC.

The 2019 AKC Breeder of the Year by Sport Award is given to those who have dedicated themselves to improving the health, temperament and performance of dogs in a given sport.

The 2019 Breeder of the Year by Sport award recipients are:

Pointing Breed Field Events Dave and Lee Walker German Shorthaired Pointers
Retriever Field Events Brenda and Ken Neil Labrador Retrievers
Spaniel Field Events Jane Haworth English Springer Spaniels
Hound Field Events Sandra Russell Dachshunds
Herding Karen Thompson Border Collies
Lure Coursing Chuck Boyd, Gail Boyd and Jenny Boyd Whippets
Earthdog Margaret, Arnold and Kathleen Henning Border Terriers
Coonhounds Ronald Holt Treeing Walker Coonhounds
Agility Donna Polka Border Collies
Obedience Maureen and Trevor Tobias Border Collies
Rally Ann Callahan Rottweilers
Tracking Helen Hittesdorf Belgian Tervurens

“Knowledgeable breeders are critical to the continued success of canine sports.  These breeders have shown a long-term dedication to enhancing breed instincts and breeding sound dogs with good temperaments,” said Doug Ljungren, Executive Vice President for Sports and Events. “Their accomplishments represent the highest level of commitment to their breeds and sports.”

Each recipient received a Breeder of the Year rosette mounted in a shadow box.

The American Kennel Club salutes these individuals for their dedication and success in breeding purpose-bred dogs.

MY 12-17-19 FACEBOOK POST:

I want to commend The American Kennel Club for acknowledging we Breeders, who strive to breed dogs, who are able to demonstrate their genetic abilities throughAKC sports.

The following statement from AKC is powerful, and it’s followed by a paragraph from my website of my mission statement as a breeder of working border collies:

“The 2019 AKC Breeder of the Year by Sport Award is given to those who have dedicated themselves to improving the health, temperament and performance of dogs in a given sport.”

I believe wholeheartedly in preserving the abilities of the border collie to work and have a desire to please, therefore I strive to breed individuals with proven working STOCKDOG bloodlines, who themselves have the qualities, that make the border collie unique within the realm of the dog world! Such dedication in working and breeding border collies makes it a pleasure to stand behind the individuals, that I breed and sell at TBC Border Collies Farm.

Critical to every breeder are those individuals, who have the dogs from their kennel/farm. I’m blessed to have well bred sheepdogs, and equally blessed to have people, who love and work them in many various sports, as well as on their farms/ranches. I’ve said for years, that it’s 50% genetics and 50% enculturation. Also, I’m thankful to those individuals from the U.K., who’ve exported grand dogs to enable to me share their genetics here in the U.S.. Thank you, Kevin Evans and Simon Cottrell for helping me achieve the goal of solid working sheepdogs.

 

Spring litters due May – June,  2020.  NOTE you may have to copy and paste some of the links

Imported Coal and Imported Katie pups due on another farm around 5-25

Imported Coal is sired by Kevin Evans’ Prince, whose a son of Ross Games’ Roy, and his dam is a daughter of Mosse Magnusson’s llanfarian Jim

Coal

https://youtu.be/-7CZJbxneyk

Prince

https://youtu.be/fjHtVjDWRs0

Ross Games’ Roy

https://youtu.be/6HpN4cccTGI

https://youtu.be/nOWih3jO_YU

Kevin Evan’s Prince

https://youtu.be/fjHtVjDWRs0

Coal’s dam Liz’s sire, Llanfarian Jim 283346

https://youtu.be/mkH8K1j8Zzo

Imported Katie when she was in Wales

https://youtu.be/x4xLJDzV4x8

Imported Coal mated to Imported Jet due on Lone Hickory Farm around 6-1

https://youtu.be/doeg8ZoESTk

Imported Coal mated to Maggie (Imported Jimmy & Imported Jan) due on my Base farm around 6-4

Imported Glen to Imported Meg due on my Base Farm around 6-13

https://youtu.be/Zy3zR-O5_Hc

Imported Meg

https://youtu.be/k0QCy_l8lbo

https://youtu.be/rQKaLBgkkVU

Imported Coal mated to Imported Jill pups on my other Farm due around 6-21

https://youtu.be/SoPK4QIIlNE

Sire and Dam History

Videos are available on the pups on my UTube Channel (in the search box type drkarent1946) and Facebook.

Reserving a puppy

If you’ve already sent in a puppy reservation, it has been posted on my litter information. If you’ve sent in a deposit, then a copy has been made of the check and it’s been noted. I will call or email you when the litter is about 4 days old or you can call me in the evening. Reserve a puppy

Videos of Recent Litters