Welcome to the Hawaii Shelties blog…

In Hawaii we’re lucky to have several excellent breeders of many different lines of Shetland Sheepdogs.  This blog has been created to celebrate these wonderful companions, show dogs or simply pets.  I look forward to you sharing your photo’s, experiences and fun stories with your Shelties.


3 thoughts on “Welcome to the Hawaii Shelties blog…

  1. CH Lynroc Ringside Gossip (Rumor) featured in the header is the Aviator Group’s ten year old lady now retired from the ring. She is a wonderful companion and enjoys her life playing ball and just relaxing in paradise.

  2. The Shetland Sheepdog;
    The Shetland Sheepdog, or “Sheltie” as it is commonly called, is essentially a working Collie in miniature. A rough-coated, longhaired working dog, he is alert, intensely loyal and highly trainable and is known as a devoted, docile dog with a keen sense of intelligence and understanding. Agile and sturdy, the Sheltie is one of the most successful obedience breeds, but also excels in agility, herding and conformation. The coat can be black, blue merle or sable, marked with varying amounts of white and/or tan.

    A Look Back:
    Like the Collie, the Sheltie’s history traces back to the Border Collie of Scotland, which, after being transported to the Shetland Islands and crossed with small, intelligent, longhaired breeds, was eventually reduced to miniature proportions. Over time, subsequent crosses were made with Collies. The breed worked as farm helpers and home protectors, watching over crofters’ cottages, flocks and herds from invaders of all kinds. (Courtesy AKC website)

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