My name is Diane Bero and I have a very small Sheltie kennel. I have been showing and breeding Shelties for more than 25 years. I belong to the Evergreen State Shetland Sheepdog Club and was Club President in 2008 and 2009 and also in the early 2000. Contact me at

Sunday, June 7, 2015

Upcoming litters

I am planning a breeding this summer with my blue female, Sil so if you are interested in a blue, tri or bi puppy this Fall, please send me an email to get on my wait list.   Please tell me a little about yourself in your email, i.e.,  Have you had Shelties before? Other breeds?  Do you have Cats?, Other Dogs?  Other Pets? Kids?  Do you have a fenced area for the puppy?  

All my companion pets are sold on spay/neuter agreements.  All puppies will have their dewclaws removed and will be up-to-date on shots before leaving and will have had appropriate wormings. Puppies leave with enough food for a couple days and a towel or toy with a familiar scent.  We recommend you have a 300 size crate, though a 200 size crate is big enough for puppies, a martingale type collar and a leash so you are ready to welcome a new puppy into your home.

Sil is pictured below

Sire will be Ch Farwest Family Ties pictured below

Little "Tink" finds her forever home

Our little female with the eating issue has found her forever home with Linda and Dave.  We are going to miss our little "Tink", but we know she will be well cared for and loved.  She's joining her sister, Emily, so they can be best buds forever.  You've seen Tink in pictures with her siblings earlier, but here she is on her way to her new Oregon home.

Tink at 11 weeks and 3.5 lbs

Update.  Tink had her surgery on 6/23 and is back home with Linda and Dave.  She's doing great and we couldn't be happier them.