Along with our livestock we raise our working dogs that help us on the ranch. Our 'Current Litter' page has all the information about how to acquire a puppy, photos and announcements.
New litter born Aug. 30, 2014!
We couldn't do our work without our Mcnab/Border collie dogs. Our Ranch dogs have natural instinct for herding. Characteristically they go around to the head and hold stock, or to fetch and bring to you; these dogs have an innate ability to counter balance when working with you whether on horseback, foot, quad or with another dog. They have a bite and will take a hold of stock when necessary! They are extremely intelligent and sensitive, they easily learn directions by hand, verbal commands or whistle. (Puppies pictured in the green grass are from a previous litter)
- Black & white; solid black, red & white, variations of Choc., Copper, Tan. Occasional tri's. Collars.
- face strips; snips; blaze
- sometimes black speckles within the white
- Size traits:
- Medium sized
- Males: 40 - 60 pounds
Females: 35 - 45 pounds.
Traits of working cattle dogs include:
Litters are raised in outside barn and are weaned slowly on to healthy formulated puppy food and powdered reinforced milk replacer. Puppies are handled daily. They receive first bathes, 2 wormers, and first two vaccinations by 8 weeks. We do not dock tails. If you are interested in a puppy, contact Teri.
We don't dock tails. My husband and I like seeing the tails when working our dogs in tall grass and brush. As well as they use their tails for balance and body language. Holly was bought from a breeder in Montana who did dock tails that is why her tail has been done.
Photo of the red and white Male Puppies from Bugs and Cinch litter born July 8, 2014..
8 week male pup from Bugs and Cinch litter sold
Prices: for Mcnab Border collie cross $650.00.
Gus and Brea litter: $475.
Click here for the Lineage page of the Garcin line.
Teri Garcin: 805-934-2752 Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgBack to top