G Force Border Collie puppies for sale

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G Force Border Collies

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 With my son's Leukemia diagnosis I did get very behind on puppy emails and did not advertise the litters as I normally do.  Then we had a few timing issues with puppy buyers and no fault of their own have older pups for sale that we normally wouldn't.  The pups are all current on vaccinations, still in the house so they are doing well on house training (all are paper trained) they are use to kids, the other dogs, and much much more.  I have black and white male and female pups and a gold and white male pup. 
Click here to see the older pups born 4 months old


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Kindle / Gus pups
Chocolate and white males, Chocolate tri male, Chocolate and white female, Chocolate merle girl and lilac tri girl.
 


   
chocolate and white boy 1                     chocolate and white boy 2     

   
chocolate tri boy 1                       chocolate tri boy 2

Chocolate merle girl                                      lilac tri girl                                                      chocolate girl

Liz / Gus pups. 
Black and white male, blue merle male, chocolate and white male, chocolate merle boy, Atypical chocolate merle, chocolate girl and blue merle girl.


    
blue merle girl      chocolate and white girl     blue merle girl
         
Atypical chocolate merle girl             blue merle girl

     
chocolate merle boy      black and white boy 
            
chocolat and white boy           chocolate and white boy

If you are here you are probably trying to make the decision about where to get your next Border Collie puppy.  

         I understand this is a big decision and it is personal for each family.  I feel it is important to pick a puppy who will fit in with your living situation.  If you invest your time in finding the right breeder it will save you heartache and headache in the long run.  Don't forget to do your homework and learn about the breed and how the breeder does things before you get a puppy. There are so many breeders it can be overwhelming when looking around the web.  It seems every few days I get an email from a new breeder who is just starting out or a person who is wanting to start breeding and I am amazed at how fast this breed has gained popularity.  I love the breed and have raised these dogs for over 20 years so we have had to adapt and change over the years when new scientific evidence has developed.  I have do not follow the breeding fads that come and go and basically stick to what works, what is proven and what I feel matters in the long run.  (yes there are "fads" or trends that happen in breeding crazy as it seems) 

Why are Border Collie prices all over the charts? 

I think you will find it is based on experience and what the breeder is breeding for.  For me it is because of the years of experience in finding pedigrees, health testing, knowing temperaments, knowing structure, and knowing how to raise pups in an enviorment that allows the pup to get the right start in life.  My pups are not kennel or barn raised dogs they are raised to be in your home, around your family and around all the daily things a family pet would encounter.  I have raised pups in my house around my family for over 20 years now and honestly feel this is the best way to get great temperaments.  I raise my pups for others the way I would want a pup raised for myself.  I believe in the "right" start for pups and know the importance of the first 8 weeks.  I pride myself in helping puppy buyers out after the sell and love keeping in touch and seeing how my pups are doing in their new homes.  I am not new to this breed and have maintained my kennel, my way,  for over 20 years.  There have been many changes in 20 years and I have learned and been able to adapt and change as new discoveries have came to light in this breed. As with anything we grow and adapt and find new and better ways of doing things, I always strive to learn and better the breed.  

What do I breed for? 


I believe all breeders have something they are known for and my pups are known for temperament.  I honestly don't care if markings are even, or if pups have that "cookie cutter" look. I strive to produce an all around puppy with a great temperament. I want to produce a puppy who will be able to live with your family and still be able to get out there are kick butt in dog sports.  Great temperaments will always will be my number one goal, because if you can't live with the pup nothing else matters.   G Force pups are exposed to daily living and all of the sights and smells that go along with living in a home.  Puppies are started on paper training before they leave here, crate training is started, leash training is started, they are bathed regularly, nails clipped, and manners are started.  I strive to produce well rounded pups that families can enjoy doing thing with.  Breeding certain lines which are known for sound temperaments makes a difference.  Consistancy matters!  Handling pups from day one matters!  If I feel a pup need more work in certain areas then thats what I do.  I do NOT believe in leaving pups in an activity pen to let them simply explore life and and play with toys and not people.  There are so many "this is how you should raise a pup" books, groups, study sets et.  Yes, learning toys and sounds are great but pups need HUMAN time too. Pups need to be handled by people and live in and around the family as much as possible to help them transition into your famil
y.  For more please look to the left side of the screen under How I Raise Our Pups.  You want to expose a pup to the right things at the right time but honestly if you can't back it up by God or science I ain't buyin into it. For many years people swore by ENS and I have done ENS with litters of GSD's that were going to be Schutzhund or work with Police but that is what ENS is meant for.  I do not believe ENS was meant for dogs who are going to be living in a family environment and dogs who you don't want to be super hyped or have no sensitivity.  Over the years fewer and fewer breeders are doing ENS so I am guessing that fad is aging out but it is okay because there is a new one.  LOL  
As for me, I will continue to do what has worked for 21 years and what has helped me to get many top performance dogs the best start possible. 

Thank you
Trish 
 
 

   Please click on the link to the left to see how pups are raised

                   

 

                                          

 


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