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Welcome to Laurel Hill Shetland Sheepdogs
Located in Westby Wisconsin

We have plans for a new litter in fall of 2017

Out of our Josie. Pictures coming soon.

Our last litter of puppies 3 girls 2 boys whelped on September 19, 2012

Update

These babies are sired by our Sammy out of our Cricket.

Here we are! Visit the puppy page for more pictures.

Last years pups born 9/12/2011 pictured below.

 

 

The boys The girls

Our Sammy Our Cricket

Laurel Hills Windy - foundation dam at Laurel Hill

Our very special senior, Dani.

 

We are a small hobby kennel  breeding quality Shetland Sheepdogs
located in the heart of "God's Country". Our Homestead, established in 1993, is located in rural Westby and situated on 12 acres on a ridge top with a spectacular sunrise and sunset view. We are located just 25
miles southeast of La Crosse, Wisconsin, in an area untouched
by Glacial Drift. The hills and hidden valleys have a peaceful
beauty of its own with winding country roads and scenic
rivers, enticing you to explore. Here, with our beloved Shelties 

 who are our precious family members enjoy our time together.  Our shelties have the privilege of living in
 our house and they have a fenced in play area  to keep them safe and happy.

Our shelties are sold on a spayed /neutered contract,  2 year health guarantee, eyes  and hips certified.

 


We enjoy showing our shelties

 


Weswyn Jodi of Laurel Hill,
Our breeding program is focused on the whole dog and that
special quality, their endearing charm and wit. We are presently
active in conformation. and we love to visit local nursing homes.  We will be delighted to answer any
questions you may have or just chat with you about shelties.

Shelties with sound minds, bodies, lots of Heart!
 


Laurel Hill 2004 Ranger x Jodi puppy
Come on in and enjoy a visit with us.
 

 

 

 

We would love to hear from you!

I have sometimes thought of the final cause of dogs having such short lives and I am quite satisfied it is in compassion to the human race; for if we suffer so much in loving a dog after an acquaintance of ten or twelve years, what would it be if they were to live double that time?
SIR WALTER SCOTT (1771-1832)