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S bar L Okie B Cool

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  • Activities and exams

Registered name: WTCH S bar L Okie B Cool CDX OFTDs RNX DNA-VP
DOB: 22.1.2015
Registration: ASCA
COI: 1,7%
Color: red tri
Tail: Natural bobtail, about 1/2 of tail
Height: 51 cm
Weight: 17 – 18 kg

HD: A1/A1 
ED: 0/0 
OCD: free 
Back: ok
MDR1: +/+ (by parentage)
HSF4: +/+ (by parentage)
PRA: N/N, free (by parentage)
CMR1: +/+ (by parentage)
CEA: +/+ (clear)
DM: N/DM (carrier)

Eyes clear, checked in 2022


RH-T A: 8. 4. 2017

RH-T B: 15. 10. 2017

RH-FL A1: 8. 10. 2017

RH-FL B: 2.6.2018

Member of search and rescue units SIP in MERP from 2017


ASCA titles: WTCH, OFTDs


BH/VT exam: 97/100 points

ASCA obedience: title CD, May 2017

ASCA obedience: title CDX, September 2017


RO I exam: 138/150 points, 16.10.2016

RO 2 exam: 160/170 points, 26.11.2016

ASCA Rally: title RNX, May 2017


Nosework I exam: 93/100 točk, 15.12.2016

Nosework II exam: 87/100 točk, 15.12.2016



  1. mesto, tekma Delo z nosom II, 9.4.2017
  2. mesto, tekma Delo z nosom II, 13.5.2017


1st place, ASCA Started ducks, Italy, 20. 5. 2017

1st place, ASCA Started ducks, Italy, 21.5.2017

1st place, ASCA Started cattle, Italy, 21.5.2017

2nd place, ASCA Open cattle (OTDc), Italy, 15.7.2018

2nd place, ASCA Advanced ducks (ATDd) Italy, 15.7.2018

1st place HIT (High in Trial), ASCA Open sheep (OTDs), Italy, 15.7.2018

2nd place, ASCA Open sheep (OTDs), Italy, 15.7.2018

1st place HIT, ASCA Open cattle (OTDc), Italy, 14.7.2018

1st place HIT, ASCA Open cattle (OTDc), Italy, 14.7.2018

2nd place, ASCA Farm trial Open Sheep, Austria 7.7.2019

1st place, ASCA Farm trial Open Ducks, Austria 7.7.2019


1st place HIT, ASCA Novice, Austria 24.5.2017

1st place HIT, ASCA Novice, Austria 25.5.2017

2nd place, ASCA Open, Austria 24.9.2019

2nd place, ASCA Open, Austria 24.9.2019

About Beam

Beam is a very cute and happy dog with a very stable character. She is easy to live with and I’d say she is a softer dog. As a puppy she basically hasn’t destroyed anything and has very quickly been house broken.

She is very open to people and has no problem with children, but she also doesn’t bother random people and ignores them if they don’t make contact with her. She adores people that she knows and loves to give kisses straight to your nose. With children she is gentle, not too pushy and totally relaxed. After her first litter I’ve noticed that she can be uncomfortable near some children, especially if they are visiting our home. She does not seek conflict with other dogs, usually she ignores them but she does not like males who are too pushy and stick to her behind.

Even as a puppy she was very brave in all places and even though she grew up in a small town she never had problems visiting Ljubljana our capital city. Now that she is an adult, I can easily take her with me anywhere I go.

Inside she is quite and doesn’t bark. She doesn’t have a lot of guarding instinct but she will show some guarding instinct when visitors come to our home. She doesn’t guard my car from people, but will guard it from foreign dogs, same with food. 


Sliding S Aymik Bosco Bullseye

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  • Activities and exams

Registered name: Sliding S Aymik Bosco Bullseye
DOB: 20.2.2019
Registration: SKK reg SE58156 / 2019 , ASCA reg E213082
Color: black bi
Tail: long, docked
Mental: Known mental status, 1st on shot
Breeder breeder: Susan Severns, Sliding S, Idaho USA
Owner: Sara Kjeldsen, Sweden

ED: Normal (0)
Correct scissor bite
HSF4 + / + free / clear
CMR1 + / + free / clear
DM + / + free / clear
PRA-prcd + / + free / clear

Eyes clear, checked in 2022


Bosco lives in a farm where he helps with herding.

About Bosco

I have been following Bosco on social media ever since he came to Europe. When I was looking for a male for Beam I contacted his owner Sara and decided to go for it! Bosco is a lot like Beam, he is a relaxed dog, easy to live with and open to people. I love his structure, he is just the right size, not too heavy and not too thin and I just love his head. 

This is what Sara wrote about Bosco on her website:

Bosco has a unique and very interesting strain. His mother is the littermate of the fantastic Supreme Stockdog Champion Oakley (Sliding S Land’s End Sure Shot), one of a total of 4 dogs in ASCA’s history who managed to win the award – by being the sole winner in all 3 animal races of ASCA’s herding dog finals. Bosco’s father is line bred on the first dog to become Supreme Champion.

The hope is that Bosco will add fine whale traits and new blood to Europe and of course my own breeding.

I am extremely grateful for the confidence to manage this puppy! Thank you so much Susan.

Bosco as an individual is gentle, much softer than I could have imagined. The softness makes him easy in everyday life and to live with. But once at work, he is a very driven hardworking dog. He has fantastic endurance for his age. A good tracking and search dog, and since he has an enormous willingness to cooperate, obedience is also very valuable in his eyes. He has trained some rescue efforts, which he managed as if he had never done anything else. Bosco is very durable and environmentally friendly. He takes it as it comes, with his cool way.

In the herd he has a striking animal feeling, seeks heads, strong will to stop, hold, control. Round and easy to get to. He is very responsive to commands.

He is still young and I still have high hopes for this beautiful male.

The puppies will be typical working Aussies. Since both parents are open to people and very relaxed dogs, most puppies will probably be like that oo.

Puppies will have good potential for herding and dog sports. 


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My goal

My goal is to breed Australian shepherds that have the originial working ability and are healthy with a stable character.

I believe that it’s really important for dogs to grow up in a safe and stimulative environment. The socialisation period whilst in the litter can never be replaced. 

Our puppies as well as our dogs live in the house with us, so they are used to people, other dogs and different sounds from the beginning. 

When they are old enough, we take them outside where they meet new things and challanges. We expose our puppies to different materials (wood, metal, grass, tiles…) and provide them with all sorts of stimulative objects like tunnels, small obstacles made from different materials, all sorts of toys and so on. When they are old enough we take them for short car rides and trips. We make sure they meet other friendly dogs from our friends and also different people of all ages.

Each puppy gets individual attention. When they are old enough this also includes getting used to a collar and leash, we start using clicker with them and start with basics of recall, luring and so on.

Our puppies are mostly fed with home prepared food which includes all sorts of different ingredients: different protein (goat dairy products, beef, poultry, pork…), different vegetables, fruit and grains. When they are 6 weeks old we also introduce them with kibble, so they are used to different kind of foods.

Our puppies:

  • get ASCA pedigrees
  • are 8 weeks old when they leave us
  • are fed with high quality puppy food and home prepared food 
  • are microchiped
  • are dewormed multiple times
  • have their first eye check before they leave

For the puppies I’m seeking active owners who want to work with their dog either in a dog sport in search and rescue or herding. Because Australian shepherds need to live with their people they are not suitable for living in the back yard or in a kennel.

About Australian shepherds:

If you are interested in Australian shepherds, I believe it’s very important to know that Australian shepherds are a working breed with strong herding and guarding instinct. Even though they look nice and friendly they can be chalenging and need consistency and clear rules. They are very active and need a lot of work and attention, both mental and physical. Among the common problems Australian Shepherds owners might encounter with their dogs are reactivity, fearfulness, excessive guarding (which can be seen in relation to humans or dogs), chasing game, chasing runners and cyclists and so on. Certainly these problems are not something that is in the goal of breeding, especially in the modern urban world, but it is something which can happen and is worth keeping in mind.

If the negative characteristics have not dissuaded you from thinking about getting an Australian shepherd, it’s also important to say that the Australian Shepherd can be marvelous companions. What makes them amazing is their will to work and love for working with their owners in any activity you can imagine, be it herding, search and rescue, dog sports or just being active together.

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