Roxburgh's

Dido

It was more than a happy coincidence when I came across a Border Terrier in 1994. Before I had my first litter in 1999 "Dido", my first bitch, and I were very active in dog sports. We even passed the „Begleithund“ test (including an obedience and a nose work section).

 

Nowadays I show my dogs quite successfully in dog exhibitions in Switzerland and abroad.

 

Socialisation of my puppies is very important to me. They grow up in close contact with my family. We undertake small excursions to nearby environment as soon as the puppies have been given their first vaccination. Weather permitting, they are allowed to discover the world in our spacious garden.

 

Roxburgh's Charleen

It is very important to me to find good homes for my puppies and to participate in their development even after they have gone to their new families. People often ask me, if it hurts to give the puppies away after 9 weeks of caring for them. Yes, it hurts but at the same time I’m happy if other people take pleasure in owning such a cheery and robust breed which generally is very fond of children.

 

If you have questions or would like to see a Border “live” please call me or use the other methods of contacting me at Öffnet internen Link im aktuellen FensterContact . I will be glad to answer your questions without any obligation on your part.