Bearded-CollieWith an aura of strength and agility, the Bearded Collie was bred for centuries as a companion and servant of man. “Collie” is the generic Scottish word for dogs that herd sheep, and the Beardie’s long, lean body and agile movement make him well-suited to that task. The breed still herds today, but they are also popular in the conformation, obedience and agility rings. Their medium-length coat is flat, harsh and shaggy. Beardies are born black, blue, brown or fawn, with or without white markings. With maturity, the coat color may lighten.– Courtesy of AKC

O Denotes Member of Waukesha Kennel Club

O Cheryl Fehrer
10030 W. Melvina St.
Wauwatosa, WI  53222

O Bela Szecsy
XTC Bearded Collies
W204 N4833 Lannon Road
Menomonee Falls, WI 53051