The Retired Ladies
BISS GChEx Versaterre Fetch It RN ITD CA NS
D.O.B.: July 24, 2017 - Now retired from Breeding
Dam: Ch Versaterre I'm Kinda a Big Dill CGN
Sire: GCh Otley's When Lightning Strikes
Co-owner: Donna Harty
Pedigree - click here
Twig was the only female in a litter of 6, and she was a stand-out from the beginning. I was madly in love with her, but when I found out my incredible friend Donna was interested in a little girl, I knew it was meant to be. Donna and Carla showed Twig beautifully, and in 2019 Twig not only won our National Border Terrier Specialty under esteemed judge Richard Reynolds, but was the #1 Border Terrier in Canada. Twig is the whole package, beauty, brains, drive and phenomenal temperament.
Ch Versaterre I'm Kinda a Big Dill RA CGN
DOB: November 14, 2014 - now retired from breeding
Dam: Ch. Tumbleweed Meandering Cactus
Sire: Ch. Ganymede's Pendragon
Sports: Agility, Rally, Barnhunt and Conformation
Pickle is exactly what I was hoping for: athletic, smart, keen, driven, and a total cuddle bug.
Pickle has produced several beautiful litters, one of which including Twig, the #1 Border Terrier in Canada 2019. She is now retired and living the good life.
Fun Fact! Pickle starred in an episode of Heart Land!
Ch. Tumbleweed Meandering Cactus RA FMX ADC SGDC CGN
DOB: September 9, 2010 - Now Retired from breeding
Sire: Meadowlake Calhoun of Wildwood
Sports: Agility, Rally, Flyball, Barnhunt and Conformation
Words can't describe how absolutely sweet and wonderful Cactus is. She is loving, smart, hardworking, sensible, keen and very funny. At home, she is always at my feet, never missing an opportunity to cuddle. When training and competing in sports, she gives 110% all the time and excels at everything she does.
Ch. Falconbrook Happy Go Lucky ONYX ME CGN
January 3, 2002 - June 18, 2018
Sire: Ch. Holly Roger, JE
Dam: Ch. Duets Copper
Sports: Flyball, Earthdog, Agility
Flyball Titles: FDGCh (30,000 points) #9 NAFA Border Terrier
Lexi was my first ever Border Terrier, and was my true Heart Dog. We've been through a lot over the years, and her memory still brings me laughs and so much joy. Lexi had a amazing heart, and always gave her all in everything she did, from flyball to begging for treats. Lexi has been a huge ambassador for the breed, and is well known by her nickname, "Sexy Lexi". At the age of 16.5 years old, she told me she was ready to go, and peacefully passed away in my arms. I will miss her forever.