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Indiana: Bearded Collie Breeders
Below is a sample search of our Bearded Collie breeders with puppies for sale. The search tool above returns a list of breeders located listings located nearest to the zip or postal code you enter. From there you can see photos of their pups, find out detailed information on their web page and contact them by email, phonoe or even get driving directions.
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Bluweirie Bearded Collies
As breeder of Bluweirie Bearded Collies, I have been involved in exhibiting Beardies for over thirty years and do not breed often. I am a... ...
Wagmoor Bearded Collies
Additional Information: Bearded Collies, thoughtfully bred for type, health and temperament. Contact us if you want information about the Bearded Collie.Puppies born July 23, 2013 are all in their forever homes.
Welcome to Wagmoor Bearded Collies!We have been in beardies for over 20 years. We don't breed often but when we do, we... ...
Wigglesworth Bearded Collies is the kennel name chosen by Jeff and Sharon Ipser. We bought our first Bearded Collie in 1983. We've been beardie... ...
Additional Information: Wyndmist Bearded Collies are bred for Spirit, Style, and Smiles. We have been breeding and showing Bearded Collies for over 20 years. call me if you would like to know more about me and my Beardies.
4 Paws Pet Care
Additional Information: Airedale Terrier litter 9 pups arrived Xmas Day, 2013, ready for new homes mid February, 2014. Bearded Collie litter 8 pups arrived 12/20/13, ready for new homes mid February, 2014.
Airedale Terrier pups arrived Xmas Day, ready February, 2014, 9 pups.Bearded Collie pups arrived 12/20/13, Black/White & Brown/White colors,... ...
Additional Information: 6 pups born 7/5/14. Black & white & black & white tris.AKC reg., microchip, Vet exam, shots, and wormed.ready for new homes early in Sept. 2014Showing and breeding since 1989, member BCCA, Rescue
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PET-NEWSWORTHY If you're considering adding a pet to your home in 2015, you're in very good company. As many as 71.4 million homes are expected to include a pet in 2015. According to the American Pet Product Association, pet families have increased from 56% of households in 1988 to 62% this year.
FIRST TIME OWNERS When you bring a new puppy into your home, it's a time of great excitement for everyone involved: you, your kids, your neighbors, and even the dog. Here's our guide on what to expect and how to handle the transition without losing your mind.
HEALTHAlthough it's not a topic any of us really want to think about, responsible dog parenting requires that we give some thought to what would happen to our dogs if one day we didn't come home.
FIRST TIME OWNERS Congratulations! You've decided to bring a new little four-legger into your family's home. Now comes the big decision: should you get a dog or a cat? Here are a few things to consider as you make your decision.
HEALTHDog fighting used to be a sport meant to entertain police officers and firefighters, and was advertised in police gazettes. Now that numerous laws have been passed that make dog fighting illegal, the sport has simply gone underground.
DOG HEALTH Many new puppies are adopted throughout the year, especially around Holiday time. One responsibility most first time dog owners forget to take into account is the amount of veterinary care that is necessary in keeping your puppy happy and healthy! Learn the basics of finding a vet and getting puppy vaccinated.
DOG HEALTHThere are many benefits to spaying and neutering, but there are also more than a few risks. We want to give you often overlooked information you need to make a full and informed choice.
ADOPTION Are you intimidated by the prospect of "rescuing" a dog from a shelter? One reason that you may be wary of adopting a dog from a shelter is not knowing how to choose. Adopting a dog from a shelter can be a rewarding process, if you're prepared to do a reasonable amount of research.