about me

I have been involved with Icelandic Sheepdogs since 2002 when I got my first Icelandic Sheepdog. Since then I have served on the Icelandic Sheepdog Association of America's (ISAA) board of directors for 10 years as well as participated in the annual seminars for the Icelandic Sheepdog International Cooperation (ISIC). I have been lucky enough to travel through many of the Scandinavian countries where I've been able to meet Icelandic Sheepdogs and their owners so that I might learn all that I can from them. 

I focus on breeding healthy dogs with good temperaments and sound structure. Genetic diversity is very important to me as it is one of the many keys to maintaining the health for future generations of dogs. 

The puppies will be born and raised in my home with constant introductions to new exposures. Socialization is of great importance so the puppies will be introduced to new experiences shortly after birth. 


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