Shetland Sheepdog Breeders in The UK
Find Shetland Sheepdog breeders in the UK in our directory below.
WARNING: Before you buy a Sheltie puppy from a breeder or pet store we urge you to read up on puppy mills so you don't inadvertently support the mistreatment of animals. Also read our article 8 Radons Why You Should Never Buy a Puppy from a Pet Store.
Unfortunately we can't guarantee the authenticity of every breeder listed here. Before you get involved, please try to check that your chosen breeder cares deeply about the health and wellbeing of their Shelties. Signs of reputable breeders include healthy breeding dogs, involvement in dog shows and investment in genetic testing to ensure the health of all puppies.
Breeder Name: Arcot Shelties
Location: Morpeth, Northumberland
Phone: 01670 860 292
Breeder Name: Ballidorn Beardies and Shelties
Location: Benllech Bay, Anglesey
Phone: 01248 852 029
Breeder Name: Castlerose Shelties
Breeder Name: Dukeson Shelties
Breeder Name: Edglonian Shetland Sheepdogs
Location: Stockport, Cheshire
Phone: 01614 409 561
Breeder Name: Evaldos Shelties
Location: Southampton, Hampshire
Phone: 07815 628 811
Breeder Name: Japaro Shetland Sheepdogs
Location: Glendevon, Clacks, Scotland
Phone: 01259 781 233
Location: North Wales
Breeder Name: Sandwick Shelties
Phone: 01630 698 003
Breeder Name: Sheltysham Shelties
Location: Ramsey, Cambridgeshire
Phone: 01354 677 355
Breeder Name: Tachnamadra Shetland Sheepdogs
Location: Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
Phone: 01484 606 638
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