Our Females
PrairiePine Collies




Am/Can GCH. BPIS Prairiepine Afterhours Lady Million “Rya”

(Am. Ch. Afterhours Rocks The House X Am Ch. Keltic Afterhours Interlude)
PEDIGREE


Rya is currently #2 Smooth Collie in Canada! (August 2016 Canuck Dogs)
Thanks to the following judges for her group wins this year:
Group 2: Guy Jeavons, Mark Houston-McMillan, Carol Graham
Group 3: Michelle Scott & John Reeve-Newson
An all-around collie Rya and Beth are currently doing agility and loving it!
See our agility page for photos.



BPIS Ch. Prairiepine Afterhours Set The Rain on Fire
(BISS Am. Ch. Headline’s Soldier of Light X Am Ch. Afterhours Sands of Time)

Adele” finished in just 3 days of showing undefeated from the classes!
Her very first day in the ring she took BOW, BOB, Group 3 and BEST PUPPY IN SHOW under respected judge Honey Glendinning
Shown only two weekends so far as an adult Adele has taken the following:
BOS: Judge Michelle Scott
Select Bitch: Kristen Francis
Select Bitch in Specialty show: Michael Van Tassell
Group 3: Honey Glendinning, Doug Winsor, Wendy Schira
Group 4: Yvonne Savard




Collies should come with a warning label

They should come with a label that says…. you're going to fall hopelessly in love. They will show you sunrises and sunsets that you wouldn't otherwise have seen. They will teach you that snow is a gift ….that the ocean is there for swimming…. that the coldest winter mornings and the hottest summer days are never as bad as people say.

They will introduce you to people, kind people, whom you otherwise wouldn't have met. They will force you to take time every morning to contemplate the day ahead. With their tail-swishing swagger, they will teach you to slow down, the journey being as good as the destination.

They will be an anchor in bad times, a ballast amid occasional uncertainty, a dose of humility when things might be going a little too well. A Collie will be a sanctuary, a confidant, and an occasional excuse. They will regard it as a personal mission to make you laugh, whether by a ritualistic dance over a pig's ear or a gushing lick to the face. They never, ever say the wrong thing, and it's impossible to be in a bad mood around them.

All along, they live by one simple mantra: Count me in.
Maybe I should be embarrassed to admit that a dog can change a person
... But I am not.