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Maisie

Random's Maisie

Smith's Sky X Deerfold Nell

19 weeks old

Breed: Working Bearded Collie
Registrations: WBCS
Breeder: Mrs C Allen
Colour: Blue Merle
Date of Birth: 10th April 2009
Colour genes carried: tanpoint
Hip Score: not yet tested

I have always loved the look of wirehaired/bearded breeds, I just adore rough coated terriers, wire haired pointers, Italian Spinones etc and had actually been toying with the idea of a hairy lurcher to train up for flyball! I was just looking around (as you do) when I came across this litter of working beardies on a farm down in Worcestershire, one look at the photos and I immediately fell in love with this little dark faced blue merle bitch with her black button nose and soft dark eyes…how could anyone resist?! I guess if I am going to have a wirey/hairy breed it may as well be another collie! She's a very quiet and sweet little pup who loves her toys.

Maisie started her flyball training on her first birthday and proved to be a natural, she competed in her first starters competition the next day and gained a 1st place rosette which was followed by another at her next tournament 2 weeks later! She came straight out into open on her 18 month birthday and is proving to be a reliable little height dog (measured at 12"). What a super clever little beardie she is! :o)


6 months old

19 weeks old

8 weeks old

To find out more about the origins and type of the working beardie and to see some of Maisies' ancestors...
visit Lynne Sharpe's lovely website at Brambledale Bearded Collies




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