“Custom” Beardies

Beardies — unlike people — are always perfect. The wide variety of colors and markings in our breed can produce some that are considered “faults” in the show ring, but they do not affect the abilities of our Beardies to be beloved pets and companions, herd sheep, excel in performance sports such as agility, or do anything else that we love to do with our Beardies. “Custom” markings do not affect the health or temperaments of these dogs; their “show faults” simply make them a little more human.

Blue eye(s)

Blue eye(s)

Mismarked head

Mismarked head

White puppy

White puppy

White adult

White adult

Puppy with extra white markings on body

Puppy with extra white markings on body

Adult with extra white markings on body

Adult with extra white markings on body

Fading pigment

Fading pigment

All white head

All white head

Smooth-coated puppy

Smooth-coated puppy

Smooth-coated adult

Smooth-coated adult

To show contrast with the smooth adult, this is a normal-coated Beardie with a clipped coat.

To show contrast with the smooth adult, this is a normal-coated Beardie with a clipped coat.

What’s New?

News from the Specialty!

BCCA 2017 National Specialty @bcca2017
Agility premium and entry forms are now online. Opening Date for entries is 8/9. Closing date is 9/8. https://t.co/JNmAxyuffE
BCCA 2017 National Specialty @bcca2017
Herding tests/trials open tomorrow! Get the updated Premum list and entry form here: https://t.co/p7JnwMqm6z
BCCA 2017 National Specialty @bcca2017
New today: Bio of Conformation judge Michele Ritter. https://t.co/ramx0hZa3C