Meet the Dogs
Our dogs are first and foremost members of our family --they are not just our passion, but our lives.
Here you will see the many faces of O'my! Border Collies (including our retired dogs, non breeding dogs, co-owned dogs, and rescued dogs). Not all of the dogs listed here live with us full time, but they are still so very special to us. The ones who do live with us reside in our home with us, travel with us, and the majority hog the bed at night! They receive lots of daily walks on our 9.5 acres, swimming, fetch, trick training, core conditioning, and playtime with each other in addition to their training in multiple dog sports. We are so proud of all of our dogs and their accomplishments they have earned in their journeys with us, but more importantly we value the time and memories together off the training field so much more.
Do all the dogs participate in all the sports? Yes and no. You see, my heart lies with agility whereas my husband's passion is Frisbee. For this reason, we do have certain dogs trained to higher levels within each sport. All of our Border Collies learn agility, scent work, dock diving, frisbee, rally/obedience, and get exposed to sheep to see where they truly excel (and see what THEY truly love). A few of my dogs have recently started competing in the conformation breed ring the last few years....so I guess you could say we have "his and hers" dogs.
Between myself and Dean's personal dogs, we have had four Master Agility Champions (MACH/MACH2), thirteen Skyhoundz World Champion Disc Dogs (and too many finalists and podium placements to count) one World Record holder in Skyhoundz, several National/Regional Champions (and reserve national champions) in NADD/North America Diving Dogs and three breed champions (CH) -- this list doesn't include the extended family (dogs bred by us but not directly owned by us)'s long list of accomplishments in agility, disc, dock diving, obedience/rally, scent work, and the breed ring.
Currently the only intact female we live with/own is Cupcake, the rest are retired from breeding or spayed. We have a handful of wonderful dogs on co-ownership who may or may not be bred in the future.
For more information about our dogs, please contact us.