Honeytree Collies

by

Shawn and Debra Amszi

Puppies ready June or July 2016 get on list now     



PUPPIES READY IN JUNE OR JULY 2016  get on the list , visit and talk with me


YOU CAN CONTACT ME HERE
debra.amszi@gmail.com
512-619-8000
We are still into collies and know of collie pups available.
This website program outdated in 2011 and has limited control.
The information within these pages are good for more complete pedigree and history information from our lines and past.
After I make a new website this part might still be linked and is best viewed on a regular computer.
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we are not so active in events or breeding anymore but those days were a huge part in developing our experience and knowledge.

we PLAN TO breed a litter now and again to see puppies have careers and make families happy , but we only have a few collies here FOR A our HOUSEHOLD with us now, as our ‘kids’,


So please get on our list for news or puppies ! We love to help.

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Contact me at : Honeytree Collie Email  
or call Debra 512-619-8000
We welcome visitors at our home to talk colliemailto:debra.amszi@gmail.com?subject=colliesmailto:debra.amszi@gmail.com?subject=colliesshapeimage_3_link_0




feb 2013-Debra,

        You are a collie owners angel.  Perhaps you should have a seminar.  Maybe get with Darlene C. and her group to help set it up and then invite collie owners to come.  Maybe set up a potluck and then teach us about grooming tools and products, genetics disorders, supplements and feeding, coat management, worming and shot regimens, breeding and puppy development (things to do as they are growing), training or dealing with collie antics (try to herd everything or have to see you all the time) and anything else that you can think of.  Anyhow, it's something to think about.  And if we could bring some of our babies, we would love it even more.  Only the behaved ones of course!

        Also, I have another question.  Both of my collies develop eye "boogers" or crust every morning.  Somedays are worse than others.  I've put eye drops and Vetricyn to help it, but it doesn't seem to make a big difference.  It comes off easily with a wet paper towel and there isn't any fussing about it, but I worry it might be indicating something else.  Anyhow, if you have any advice, that would be great!  Thanks for helping us all out.

Have a great Day!