Dog Breeders in New Zealand

brantville border collies

Rangiora, Waimakariri, Canterbury

For enquires contact David Brant on:
03 312 0904Email027 251 0123

Breeder History
We have been breeding Border Collies for several years and have been fortunate enough to receive not only the traditional Black & Whites but also Tri-Colors, Blues and the very rare Sable. One of our females delivered a beautiful litter of puppies on 4th October and these will be ready for their new homes on 21 November 2015. Stud services with our two male's (Black & White or Sable) are also available. Border Collies are very intelligent and are readily responsive to training. They are great working dogs and also very loving as pets. If purchasing as a pet, please be aware that they do require plenty of exercise. Although the border collie is often seen as being black and white they do actually come in a range of colours. With each colour the traditional markings are a white blaze up the face, white chest and forelegs, a white collar around the neck, white hind feet and a white tip on the tail. The white should not dominate. For more information / viewings, please phone Julia or David on 03 312 0904.

Dog Breeds
 Border Collie

Puppy Information
Puppies currently available for purchase
Puppy viewings are available
There are currently 2 black / white females (photos 1 & 4) and 6 black / white males available. These were born on 4th October and will be ready for their new homes from 21 November 2015. The Dam is shown in photo 11 with the Sire in photo 12. All puppies will be regularly wormed and will also receive their 6 week vaccination. Recent litters have competed and performed well in Agility events. One has even won the nationals.

Puppy Purchasing Information
When sold, puppies are:
 Vet checked Wormed
 Flea treated Vaccinated
 Come with information pack

Conditions of purchase: Full payment required on collection or prior to transportation. Non-refundable deposit required if puppy is to be held.

Payments accepted:
Cash Online Payments

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