Copyright 2010, Braehead White Shepherds, All Rights Reserved








 


Our dogs consistently excel in:
Health, Conformation, Performance,  Trainability & Companionship
Braehead has produced several generations of top performance dogs for loving homes. Each pedigree is carefully researched to ensure that we produce only the very best representatives of the White Shepherd as dictated by the Breed Standard. We understand that good health, sound temperament and correct structure are the foundation for building Champions AND family companions.



 
    To learn more about these wonderful dogs and their accomplishments,
CLICK ON THEIR PICTURES BELOW
 
       
Bling
AWSA CHMACH Braehead's Destined To Shine MXB MJS
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 DYLAN
AWSA/WSCC Ch, U-CDX, Am/Can OTCH
Braedhead's Memento of Q

UDX, VCD2, Am/Can TD,  OA, OAJ,BH, TR1, FMCH,
HIC,  OFA H/E
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TEEZ
AWSA/WSCC/FORB/RB/UKC Ch,
Braehead's Pleasure of Q

FG70K, CGC, HIC/d, OFA H&E
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SEEYA
PACH, AWSA/WSCC CH
Braehead's You'll Want Me Back
VCD2, MXP3, MXPB, MJP4, MJPB, PAX
HTC/s, HIC/d, OFA H&E

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ZEPLIN
AWSA/WSCC CH, Hylowe's LedZeplin v Braehead
HIC/d, CGC, OFA H&E
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ROSIE

TCh. Braehead's Briar Rose v Eis Haus,

RN, UTDX, Can/Am TDX, SD-S

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ALEXIS

AWSA/WGS/WSCC Ch, Braehead's Alexis Special
CDX, Can CD, TT, CGC, HIC/d, XP, OP, OVC H&E
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SABRE
WGS/WSCC CH, U-CD, Ve-Lin's Sabre of Braehead
UD, TT, CGC, OP, XP, OVC H&E
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HOPE

AWSA CH U-CH. Braehead's Hi-Hope for Mt. Mist

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KENO
PACH Braehead's Devil Dawg
AX AXJ MXP3 MXPB MJP3 MJPB PAX


 

BAILEY

A-CH, Braehead's Bailey v Eis Haus
UTD, Can/Am TDX, BH TR3, FDX, HIC/d, TT, CGC, OFA H&E

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To learn more about these wonderful dogs and their accomplishments,
CLICK ON THEIR PICTURES
   
Q-BEAR   BOO BOO BEAR   
AWSA CH, Braehead's Noble Q Bear
MX, MXJ, TT, HIC/d, CGC, OFA H&E
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Q Bear!
   A-1 ARBA Ch, Braehead's Boo Boo Bear
TT, TDI, TDIA, HIC/d, CGC, OFA H&E
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Bear!
 
   
TAELOR   ANNAMEE  
Ch, Braehead's Taelor Made For Hylowe
FM, CGC, HIC/d, OFA
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  WSCC Ch, Braehead's Annamee the First
CGC, OVC H&E
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FURY

IKO

SABAY

 
AWSA/ARBA Ch., Braehead's Fury
HIC/d, CGC,  (OFA preliminary Hips-Excellent, Elbows-normal)
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AWSA/WSCC/FORB/ARBA Ch
Braehead's Iko Sanders
HIC/d, CGC, OVC H&E
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AWSA/WSCC Ch. Braehead's Simply Irresistable
CGC, HIC/d, OVC H&E
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M'KUGAR

WGS Ch. Hoofprint M'Kugar of Braehead,
HIC/d, CGC, OFA, OVC h/e
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SHANE
AWSA/WSCC, Braehead's G Hid'n Acres,
TT, HIC, CGC, OFA H&E

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MOVEMENT:

 Soundness is of paramount importance. Capability of quick and sudden movement is essential. The action is free, supple and tireless with the dog covering the most amount of ground with the minimum number of steps, all of the parts working together in harmony.

From the side, the hindquarters drive forward with the hind foot reaching far under the body to take firm hold of the ground. The powerful backward thrust is transmitted through a firm back to the front end, where the shoulder opens to the fullest extent possible and the foot reaches out toward the nose. The entire motion lifts the dog’s body slightly and carries it forward. The feet track close to the ground on both forward reach and backward push. At full trot, the back must remain firm, level, and free of roll, whip, or roach. At the extended trot, the dog may appear to overreach, with the hind foot passing to either side of the front foot. Incorrect structure will be revealed in the moving animal.

                                   

Teez-10 years                                   Hope-6 months                                  Boo-Boo Bear 6 years

SIZE, PROPORTION, SUBSTANCE:

 

Body Proportion -- The dog is somewhat longer than tall -- the ideal ratio of length to height being 10 to 8.8. E.g., 28.4 inches (72.1 cm) long to 25 inches (63.5 cm) high. Body length is measured from the prosternum to the point of the buttocks. Height is measured from the highest point of the shoulder blade to the ground. Ideal height and weight is 25 inches (63.5 cm) and roughly 75-85 pounds (34-39 kgms) for males, and 23 inches (58.4 cm) and about 60-70 pounds (27-32 kgms) for bitches. Acceptable range of height is about 1 inch (3 cm) in either direction of the ideal. Any dog that is so over or undersize as to be outside of the acceptable range is highly objectionable and should be faulted.

Topline -- The withers should be higher than and slightly sloping into the back. There should be no evidence of a dip behind the wither, nor should the topline itself sag or roach from the wither to the croup. Body -- Solid without bulkiness. .... The abdomen is firmly held and never paunchy. Back -- The back is short, straight and strongly developed.  Loin -- Viewed from the top, broad and strong. From the side, the loin is relatively short and blends smoothly into the back. Croup -- Long and gradually sloping, flowing smoothly into a low set tail. In the ideal dog, the croup slopes gently away at an approximate angle of 23° from the horizontal. 

 

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