Wednesday, December 3, 2014


Totty is one of the rare short coated Icelandic Sheepdogs and should come into season soon; I'm wondering if she should have puppies again.

I think we should do more to preserve the short haired variety which is seldom seen especially in the conformation show ring. (Clicking on photos enlarges them.)

As you can see, she is a true chocolate-brown tricolor.

Here she is in a self stack showing her great tail.

Here Totty is with handler Ann Keil after earning her American Kennel Club Grand Championship. Totty lives with her "pack siblings" on Lake Huron in Michigan's Thumb.

If you know of a willing and suitable male, drop her a line - please - in care of me:

I'll be happy to share her stats, more photos, her pedigree, and a combined proposed future puppy pedigree with your male with you if you share his information with us.

Thank you!

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