We are breeders of high quality Collies, specializing in health, beauty, and temperament. We strive to place our Collie puppies in the perfect home. Our male, Shadow, earned his CGC certificate at 8 months old. Sadly, he passed away Nov, 2015. Bobbie, Shadow's son, earned his CGC at 7 months of age!
Bobbie is retired and enjoying the good life.
Captain is a wonderful boy and we are so proud of him. He is a normal eyed carrier, sable and white! We are looking forward to a litter sired by Captain this Spring.
We are proud to introduce our newest male, Reggie! He is also a normal eyed carrier, tri.
We are looking forward to a litter sired by Reggie this Summer.
In our quest to find Captain, we discovered that some breeders are misrepresenting their Collie puppies by saying they are non carriers for CEA and PRA. They had no documentation to back up their claims and were charging ridiculous prices!
So, please "Buyer beware" of these practices.
At ROLLINGWOOD COLLIES, all our dogs are raised in our home and given constant love, socialization and training.
Our Collies are registered AKC.
Please explore this site to learn more. Call 580-230-9293 or email us at [email protected] to learn more about our wonderful Collies. Thank you for visiting us.
We raise Collies for the love of the breed. Our girls give us beautiful, healthy puppies once a year. This way, David and I are able to enjoy each and every puppy. Because we have only a few litters a year, we encourage anyone interested in one of our dogs, to contact us and be placed on a waiting list.
It has been brought to our attention that some breeders are sending their perspective puppy owners to our site and inferring that they are affiliated with us here at Rollingwood Collies. David and I are the sole owners of our Collies and are not affiliated with any other dog breeder! If, in the future this changes we will announce it here.
David and Betty White
What you can expect when you buy a Rollingwood Collie.
We strive to raise the best Collies around! Our dogs and puppies are very sweet, loving, highly intelligent and beautiful.
This breeding line has produced Therapy dogs, Service dogs, working cattle dogs, and above all else, good loyal companions!
We offer our puppies at reasonable prices for pets and companions.
We all want the same thing: healthy hearts, thyroids, seizure free, no digestive disorders, no skin problems, good eyes, no hip, hock or spinal problems, great temperament, high intelligence, and a long healthy life for our Collies.
Monday, Nov. 30, 2015 Shadow passed away.
We are heartbroken. Through our tears we have decided to celebrate his life in pictures.
Shadowman, you are forever in our hearts! We shall miss you.
Duke enjoying his last Christmas.
He loved to sing!
Jan. 18, 2017 Duke passed away.
Duke was so many "firsts" to us. He was first our beloved pet, then our first stud dog, he was there to help our grandson learn to walk while holding onto his fur. He was the first tri Collie David had ever had. He was always a friend to everyone.
Duke has left a huge hole in our home and is sorely missed.
2005 to 2017
Duke as a puppy,
"It came to me that every time I lose a dog, they take a
piece of my heart with them. And every new dog who comes
into my life gifts me with a piece of their heart. If I live
long enough, all the components of my heart will be dog, and
I will become as generous and loving as they are." by - Unknown
Rosie aka Brandy
is now living in AR with her new people, Sara and Peter!
and her new brother, Sam!
Hudson, formerly Duke, is now in his new home! He is in training to become a service dog!
Atticus Finch, formerly Marc Antoni, is living the good life with his new family and from day one, they say he has been a joy!
People ask us all the time what is the best age to get a puppy?
As far as we are concerned, any age is the best age! Collie puppies are adorable balls of fluff but they come with their own sets of challenges. They chew anything in reach, need to be potty trained, need to learn manners and basic obedience commands. They take frequent trips to the vet's for shots etc. And yet, we love them!
Older pups are hopefully potty trained and know basic commands. They are usually up to date on vaccinations etc. They are well on to their way to maturing so you can know what they will look like when they are full grown. Their personalities are developed too!
So don't overlook the joy of adding an older pup to your home!
Sandy, aka Candy, is in her new home and loving it!
Hudson graduated Monday!
Proud of you, Hudson!
Duke, aka Pal, is in his new home with Carol and Durbin!.
Alfie in his new home with Clay, both worn out !
Wendy with her forever people, Sally and Terry, getting ready to go home!
Buddy is available to that special Collie person! Please call to chat with us if you'd like to add Buddy to your home!
Tali, aka Happy, on her way to her new home in Illinois with Joyce and Joe!
Alfie and his new human sister on her graduation day!