Meet our 4-legged Helpers
Loyal & Lovable
Scarlet is one of our herding dogs. She is a beautiful Red Heeler with incredible herd instincts! She has the sweetest, most expressive face. She loves fetch and cuddling with her humans. You will find Scarlet wherever Brendan and Zane are. Scarlet is Honey's older sister.
Zesh (Chunk Norris)
Zesh is the newest addition to our herding crew. He is by far the cuddliest heeler we have ever had! Zesh earned his nickname of Chunk Norris with his beefy body type and love of food! He shows a to of promise as a herding dog and we are super excited for his future with us!
Honey is another one of our herding dogs. Don't let her small size fool you, she has the heart of dogs three times her size! She loves treats and pets! You will find Honey wherever Kirsten is! Honey is Scarlet's younger sister.
Jack is one of our incredible herding dogs. He is an older boy, but you can tell how much he loves his job! He has recently discovered he loves fetch but his version is more "get the ball and destroy it" therefore his toys have a high turnover rate! You can always find Jack out and about with Kieran or Kirsten.
Gunner (Trash Panda)
Gunner is one of our beautiful blue heelers. He has lovingly earned the nickname "Trash Panda" because of his mask and his love for all things edible. He loves fetch and napping with his people. He is the friendliest of all of our heelers and will always approach if he thinks there is the potential for pets. He is amazing at fetch and helping with larger roundups.
Fli & Sassy
Fli and Sassy are a working pair of Great Pyrenees dogs who guard our flocks from predators. Our main predators are coyotes, Bald and Golden eagles, and stray dogs. Fli and Sassy are both even tempered dogs who have been doing an excellent job guarding our main pasture. We have had zero losses to predators with them on the job!
Puff & Tuff
Puff and Tuff are our original guardians! Both have had amazing careers with us and have retired from field duty and now work in the lambing barn getting lambs used to being around them. These two are the reason we settled on Great Pyrenees in the first place! They are getting spoiled while living up near the barn!