Watch a fun video of Quaker Farm Collie puppies playing.
Be sure to turn your speakers on for sound.
Animal Planet filmed our beautiful and talented rough Collie dogs at Quaker Farm for a show on the Discovery Network called DOGS 101.
See photo essay.
Collie puppies available now: 1 Male tri-color
If you are interested in submitting a deposit for a rough Collie puppy please
contact us by phone, 989-736-7627. We will contact you as soon as we can.
Please understand that
we are not online
very often. We return telephone calls as quickly as possible, but it may be a few days.
We appreciate your patience.
In partnership with Crown Thistle Collies, and in accordance with the policies as disclosed on the Crown
Thistle Collie web site, we raise AKC registered, standard rough
Collie dogs and
occasionally have Rough
Collie puppies for sale.
Our bloodlines feature stable minded, high quality Championship European and American dogs.
Selectively bred for temperament for many,
many generations, our dogs are unique for their easy, willing temperaments, high intelligence.
Our pups are often 50% European. We feel that
has a profoundly positive impact on the health of Collies and is
therefore a very important
our normal eyed
breeding program. Quaker Farm Collies are breath takingly
beautiful, classically stylish, easy to train, not prone to roaming and remarkably
Our breeding program serves to preserve our carefully developed bloodlines
of highly intelligent, trainable Collie dogs - with exquisite rough coats, providing us with the next
generation of working and companion Collies.
Thus, we only have a limited number of pups available
each year which
provides a unique opportunity to families looking for a very special Collie dog.
Pups have had their shots, been dewormed, socialized and
General Information About Our Collies
Our Collie dogs are often featured in our new series of short stories from Quaker Farm which are published,
and available for purchase and download, at Amazon.com as Kindle short story books.
Quaker Farm Collies are exceptional working dogs and make wonderful family
companions as well.
People often ask us if a Collie is a good breed of dog with children.
that a well bred Collie from a reputable breeder
is a great dog for children.
The type of
we breed here at Quaker Farm
have outstanding temperaments
and are very devoted to their families
without being overly protective or territorial. Our Collie pups and adult dogs get along
extremely well with
other dogs and we raise them to be very, very social. We also start training the pups
before they go home to their forever families.
Our Collies are calm and gentle and sold as
indoor dogs only.
Many of our Collies are placed as working companions or emotional support dogs
and due to their calm, focused and intelligent nature,
Quaker Farm Collies are also very popular and work extremely well as reading dogs for
If you would like a faithful family friend with the classic charm and loyalty of the legendary Lassie,
contact Quaker Farm
for information about the Collie puppies we may have for sale.
Our prices are reasonable.
are sold to carefully screened homes only - we want to make sure all puppies are placed
with wonderful families.
Please note: We do not
artificially alter the looks of our
Collie puppies in any way.
We prefer to offer our puppies the comfort of their natural
appearance. Therefore, our pups ears are
either naturally tipped or naturally pricked, we never brace or
glue their ears for cosmetic purposes.
We enjoy their natural look,
and we think the puppies like it best too!
Watch a video of 3 week old Crown Thistle rough Collie puppies at Quaker Farm
Be sure to turn your speakers on for sound.
It is always a joy to meet the kind people who have waited patiently
to adopt one of our Collie puppies. And the wait is certainly worth it,
our pups are exceptional as many people
know. One recent family sent this update; "Tucker made the ride home with no
problems at all. He is delightful, sweet, calm and so loving. He has adapted easily and amazingly quickly.
Thank you so very much for such a
wonderful collie puppy!"
We are grateful to work with such remarkable families who are willing to be thoughtfully
our busy and sometimes unpredictable farm schedule! Our customers are some of the finest
people we have
ever met. Their kindness and patience assures us that our pups will be happy and
well cared for in their
new forever homes. And what a joy
it is to watch children and families have such fun with our baby goats and lambs when
they arrive to meet their new collie
puppy. We even try to have warm bottles available for feeding baby goats and one can just
imagine all of
the pictures that are taken! Such a joy for us to be a part of!
If you are interested in purchasing
a rough collie puppy, we have a few pups available. Our
prices and policies can be viewed online at our Collie dog web site, Crown Thistle Collies.
In making a deposit for a puppy, either online or by mail, you agree to our
Collie puppy purchase policies.
Due to the popularity of our Collie dogs,
we encourage you to contact
us early for the best availability.
We do not offer stud service.
Quaker Farm Collies are sold with a spay/neuter contract.
We do not sell
dogs for breeding - please don't ask.
Dog Training Classes
We offer all-breed puppy kindergarten and adult dog training
classes in the Spring,
Summer and Fall and have a
limited enrollment. Private sessions available.
We limit session enrollments and schedule classes in pup size appropriate sessions so
little dogs may learn with little classmates and larger breed dogs may learn with larger
Collie puppy fun at Quaker Farm
2012 NEWS Introducing "Scotty of Quaker Farm"
It has been many years since we have introduced an American rough Collie sire into our
breeding program. But, we really needed a tri-color male to breed to
our blue merle females, as well as our sable merle females. After carefully researching our options,
we decided to make an investment in an American Collie puppy dog.
We have named him "Scotty" and look forward to working with Scotty over the next year as we
his potential, his personality and temperament, and level of intelligence.
It is a lengthy process, but we
must be sure that Scotty complements our carefully developed
lines and the high degree of aptitude of our dogs.
So far, he
has been really fun to work with and train.
We brought Scotty home to Quaker Farm when
he was 7 weeks
old, and settled him into our gentle, but formative, puppy imprint
training program that very day.
Scotty is already proving himself to be highly intelligent and willing -
with consistent, lovingly firm
direction - and we are very pleased with his progress so far!
We think natural food is better than commercially processed dog food. Quaker Farm Collies think so. You should too.
Just ask Laddie and Cricket ...
"The Lord bless thee and keep thee...."
- Numbers 6:24