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Process & Price

All females must have cleared genetics, eye clearance, and OFA Hips and Elbow clearances, as well as be tested for Brucellosis disease. 

Brucellosis Test

Canine brucellosis is a contagious bacterial infection caused by the bacterium, "Brucella Canis". This blood test is done through your local vet and needs to come back negative 3 to 6 months prior to mating. 

Article:  Brucellosis in Dogs

Genetic Test requirements include:

MDR1: Multi-Drug Resistance

CEA: Collie Eye Anomaly

DM: Degenerative Myelopathy

HC: Hereditary Cataracts

PRA_PRCD: Progressive Rod-Cone Degeneration

Website: GenSol Diagnostics

Website: Paw Prints Genetics


Eye Clearance:

This test is done through a canine vision specialist, approved through the OFA, and should be preformed every year to determine the health of the oculus.

Website: Animal Vision Center

Website: OFA Companion Animal Eye Registry

OFA Hips and Elbows:

These test have to be done through the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA) and are to prevent hip/elbow dysplasia from being passed down the line. 


Application: Application for Hip/Elbow Dysplasia Database


  • Please send an email to with "Stud Service" in the subject line, with all of the afore mentioned test attached, 3 pictures of your dam (front, both sides), and the best number with which to reach you.

  • We will email you back requesting a time for you to come out so we can meet you and your girl, go over specifics, and you can meet the boys. 

The price of our Stud Service is TBD

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