Old-fashioned Black and Tan English Shepherd Male Puppy Available

This Old-fashioned Black and Tan English Shepherd puppy is available for adoption.

Other dogs from this line are used in hunting, vermin eradication, property protection, and livestock management activities. These are medium-sized, strongly built and active dogs. With intelligence, alertness, and companionship, this dog will fit well in an urban home, a rural home, or on the farm.

On the top line, this pup goes back through Sherling’s Jack to Sonny Tucker McCarty, Maynard’s Duke, Maynard’s King III and Oney’s Smoke.

UKC Pedigree for Sherling’s Jack

On the bottom line, Sherling’s Meg goes to Raulston’s Roxie Foley, Foley’s Dixie Bell Patton and Comanche Bluff Sassy Britches.

UKC Pedigree for Sherling’s Meg

Both parents are dual-registered with the UKC and the English Shepherd Club Registry. UKC pedigrees for each parent are viewable from the links provided above.

Old-fashioned Black and Tan English Shepherds are classified by analysis of genotype[1]The genetic makeup, as distinguished from the physical appearance, of an organism or a group of organisms., phenotype[2]The observable physical or biochemical characteristics of an organism, as determined by both genetic makeup and environmental influences, and history. In isolation, any one of these three investigations can be inconclusive. But when all three are used together, we can assert a classification with a reasonable amount of confidence. You can read more about the Old-fashioned Black and Tan English Shepherds from the links below:

Why Foundation Strains Matter

A Call to Sustain the Old-fashioned Black and Tan English Shepherds

What Exactly Makes it a Old-fashioned Black and Tan English Shepherd

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    1 The genetic makeup, as distinguished from the physical appearance, of an organism or a group of organisms.
    2 The observable physical or biochemical characteristics of an organism, as determined by both genetic makeup and environmental influences