Our Border Collies

At Shadewood Farm, our dogs are considered family and part of our team. They live and work with us on the farm every day. It is our highest priority that our dogs have a loving, active and meaningful life with us. 

Meet our dogs below — our current border collie boys and girls, our retired border collies, and some of the dogs that  have helped shape our breeding program.

Border Collie Rescues

Rescues need loving homes too!

We do not have any available at this time. However, you can check out our good friends, Eastern Herding Dog Rescue, for a border collie, border collie mix or herding type breed. They do have young dogs and puppies occasionally.

Border Collie Adults and Rescues

Our Philosophy

At Shadewood Farm, we believe in the extraordinary bond between dogs and their people. It is our passion to provide pet owners with the resources and assistance they need to enjoy an amazing life with their pets.

Our Commitment to You

Occasionally we will have Border Collie puppies for sale to approved homes. Whether you are looking for a faithful companion, a pup to compete with or a service/working dog, our goal is to produce exceptional Border Collies and to prepare both the puppies and the puppy parents for a wonderful future together.  Our puppies are always well-socialized, temperament tested and are up-to-date on their medical care. And we remain to be an available resource to our pet owners throughout their dog’s life. Learn how we raise our border collie puppies.

What People are Saying About our Dogs…

“I just had to write and brag about Marlin. Three weeks ago we went to a USDAA agility trial in North Carolina and she got her AD title and her 2nd Steeplechase Q. Two weeks ago we went to a flyball tournament in South Carolina and she got her Flyball Master title. Last weekend we went to an AKC agility trial and she got her OAJ title. She is just a wonderful little dog, I can’t say enough great things about her. She does whatever we ask of her and gives 110%. Thanks again for a wonderful little dog.”

Laura Tholan