The History of the Working Shetland Sheepdog -
A Marriage of Beauty and Brains
by Rosemary Seys
 

This new publication is a history of the Sheltie's involvement in herding, working trials, obedience, agility, heelwork to music and service to the community.

The author, Rosemary Seys, is the founder of the English Shetland Sheepdog Club's Working Section and a Life Member of the Kennel Club. Rosemary has been involved in the breed since 1936 and has a wealth of knowledge about the working disciplines.

Its 86 pages include many amusing anecdotes and an insight into the personalities past & present, of the working Sheltie world. The book contains 37 photographs and has a foreword by Caroline Kisko, Secretary of the UK Kennel Club.

This new hardback book is professionally printed on heavy, high quality paper and is bound in royal blue
leatherette with gold blocking. 

The History of the Working Shetland Sheepdog is a "must have" for all Sheltie and working dog enthusiasts.

Makes an ideal gift.
Price: 12.00 each + 1.50 p&p UK, 2.50 p&p overseas. Please email info@samphrey.co.uk for details of how to pay or to receive a PayPal invoice (0.75 handling charge)
 

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