English Shepherds

Also known as the Farm Collie, the English Shepherd is an all-purpose and versatile farm dog. Quibeyn English Shepherds are bred for temperament, physical soundness and working ability.

English Shepherds are not for everyone. In the right home, a well-bred English Shepherd will be the dog you never forget. In the wrong home, an English Shepherd will be a nuisance and potential liability.

For more information on English Shepherds, visit the English Shepherd club website at www.englishshepherd.org*

*Quibeyn Farm supports the English Shepherd Club and it’s mission, but we would like to caution you that not all litters or breedings listed on the club site meet our criteria for responsible breeding. This link should therefore not be taken as an endorsement for these listings.

Brandywine Tuck TT

Brandywine Tuck TT

Brandywine Tuck TT* – born 05/08/07
Shaded Sable with Irish White Pattern / watch eye
Registration: ESC-433
OFA: Hip: ESP-213E36M-PI (excellent); Elbow: ESP-EL26M36-PI (normal)
MDR1 status: normal/normal (by status of sire/dam)
CEA/CH** – normal / clear
prcdPRA** – normal / clear

Tuck-10 2014 09 27

Tuck-11 2014 09 27

Tuck-9 2014 09 27

Tuck-6 2014 09 27

Tuck-5 2014 09 27

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Sidhe

Shepherd’s View Sidhe of Quibeyn TT* – born 09/17/11
Black Tri-Color
Registration: ESC-1638
OFA: ESP-291G27F-VPI (Good)
MDR1 status: normal/normal (by status of sire/dam)
CEA/CH** – normal clear
prcdPRA** – carrier

*passed the American Temperament Test Society (ATTS) test on 04/27/2013
** CEA/CH (collie eye anomaly)- genetic test through Optigen
** prcdPRA (progressive retinal atrophy) – genetic test through Optigen


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