Past Dogs

 In our 48 years in the breed, we have seen many dogs come and go. Here is a look into the history of our kennel.



 ASCA ATCH-IV/USDAA ADCH PDCH Timberwood’s Jack of All Trades.

Jackson is owned and loved by Steve and Judy Else. Jackson and Steve compete successfully in agility, winning more titles and awards than we can keep up with. We will forever Miss watching Jackson and Steve in the agility ring. He will forever remain in our hearts.



Timberwood’s Secret Promise, Major pointed

Promise was Anna’s faithful juniors dog. The team racked up numerous Best Junior Handler awards in both AKC and ASCA. They qualified for and competed at the prestigious Westminster Kennel Club show in New York. Now that Anna has aged out of juniors. We recently have lost Promise August of 2019, She will forever remain in our hearts.



AKC/ASCA/CKC/INT. CH Elite’s Chillin’ At Stonecrest

Chill finished in ASCA and AKC on all major wins. In addition to his success in the conformation ring, he was Laura’s devoted juniors dog. We just recently lost Chill in 2016. He will forever remain in our hearts.



Jadecreek Timberwood’s Jack

Jack was Anna’s first official juniors dog. He was always filled with exuberant energy, which did not make him the easiest dog to train. Anna worked through the ups and downs and ended up accomplishing much with him. He will always be remembered as her heart dog.



Multi BISS AKC/ASCA CH Timberwood’s Best Kept Secret CGC

Secret was Laura’s first juniors dog. She was finished in AKC by professional handler, Randy Schepper. Laura, at age 6, finished her in ASCA. She was a prime example of balance, type, and temperament.



Multi Group Winning Multi BISS AKC/ASCA/CKC/INT. CH McMatt’s Dream Machine

Mac was a superstar for Timberwood. He was exclusively shown in AKC by professional handler, Randy Schepper. In his first 15 shows out, he took 9 group placements and 3 group wins.



Multi Group Placing AKC/ASCA/CKC/Int. CH Timberwood’s Summer Rose

Rosie is pictured being shown by Randy Schepper. At this show, she took a group second from the 12-18 month puppy class. She would go on to place in many more competitive herding groups.



Multi Group Placing Multi BISS AKC/ASCA/INT CH Timberwood’s Summer Dream

MacKenzie, a Mac daughter, followed in her father’s footsteps. She won several specialties and placed in many groups. She was a natural who loved to show.



AKC/ASCA CH Timberwood’s Colour of Summer

Skye, pictured with her handler, Randy Schepper, quickly finished her championships. She took back to back 5 point majors at the large Brush Prairie dog shows.



Timberwood Anna’s Simple Wish

Rudi, pictured being shown by a 6 year old Laura, took Winners Bitch and Best Opposite Sex over multiple specials shown by handlers. Rudi was a good sport who let Anna show her in the pee wee class.



The Woodsman of Blue Isle CDX

Woody was Toni’s first Australian Shepherd. Toni used to call him her blue-eyed clown. He was extremely intelligent and very loyal. He would win multiple high in trials.



CH Viola’s Miss Demeanor CD

Misty was bred by the famous Coppertone kennel in Colorado, a niece to CH Silver Sage of Coppertone and the granddaughter of Salt of Flintridge (born in the ’60s, before there was an established show system for Aussies). She is pictured taking a 5 point major under the renowned Shirley Landa of the elite Delanda Bouvier des Flandres kennel. Misty is pictured taking Best of Breed at 9 years of age. Toni is pictured in the center. Misty is the foundation brood bitch of Timberwood. Not yet having a kennel name, Toni titled her under her maiden name, “Viola”.


“Todd, Misty, Summer”

National Specialty Winner CH Aristocrat’s Once Ina Blue Moon

Major Pointed Timberwood’s Summer Maple CDX

CH Timberwood’s Summer Mist CD

Todd won three WD and one RWD at the pre-shows of the 1982 ASCA National Specialty. At the national itself, he would go on to win WD, BOW, and BOB. He is one of only two dogs to ever win the national from the classes. Janet Wilcox,of Jareaux Kennels, renowned AKC judge, encouraged the breed to pursue AKC recognition. In front of a group of their peers, she pointed at Todd and claimed that he could easily go to Westminster and take it all.

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