About Us


I have owned Australian Shepherds for over 20 years. My first Aussie was a pet that I bought from Haley Lamb in Western Australia. Willow was a bright spark in my life when I needed it.

My 2nd Aussie was “Denim” who was rescued from a puppy farmer in Queensland. Back then she came with her purebred papers, but thankfully was too young to breed at the time I rescued her. Although I never bred from her, her pedigree boasted some of the nicest first imports into Australia. Denim had the most beautiful temperament and gentle personality. A beautiful heart, I lost her at 14 years old, I miss her dearly.

When Denim was old, along came my 3rd Aussie from Aimee at Dapsen Kennels. Paris was a handful as a younster, earning her the nickname “The Kangaroo” around the showring! She has had some nice wins in the showring, beating high quality Aussies. As of 2023- 2024, we are taking a break to allow her to mature.


As I was getting older, I was considering getting another smaller breed. As I was researching Aussie pedigrees. I came across the Miniature American Shepherd. I read both Standards and they where basically the same, except for size. So I went on the search for 18months all around the world for a “mini” that looked like an Aussie. I finally came across the dogs bred by World Renown Breeder Sue Ritter of Legacy Kennels. Sue is a judge and has bred many, many champion Aussies and MAS, in the USA and all around the world.
I was so excited when I searched the pedigree of a blue merle nbt (Natrual Bob Tail) that Sue said she would consider sending to Australia. JB has one of the best pedigrees I have ever seen in a MAS, showing many, many generations of beautiful Champion Aussies. Its almost 1 year later and we have begun the import process into Australia. Aimee Peterson and I look forward to campaigning “JB” in Australia some time in 2024.