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Bluegrass Oh-Be-Joyful gave birth to six little beauties on December 15th. To say we are also "joyful" is putting it mildly. Joy's litter is sired by Bluegrass Incredible Journey With Chandrea, mostly known as Quest. Quest is a son of our own Encore and Jamboree (see them on our Adult Page). The personalities of Joy and Quest are exuberant, friendly, and bubbly and we expect the same from these lovely puppies. We have two boys and four girls: one red tri boy, one blue merle boy, and four merle girls. Yippee!!! See below for photos and contact us for more information on availability, etc.
ZOWIE - I suppose we could just leave it at that, but you may wish to know that she is a blue merle girl. Great color, great markings, nice size. She has not decided what color her eyes are yet. Soon, though.
ZOWIE may be available.

WHOOP-DE-DO is our second blue merle girl. Tons of white but not too much, she is lovely in every way. Maybe she needs to be your show puppy.
WHOOP-DE-DO may be available.

LA-DI-DA , our third blue merle girl, has the classic blue merle markings of the Miniature American Shepherd: lots of blue, and just enough white and copper trim.
LA-DI-DA may be available.

Time to talk about our little boys. RUMPUS is a striking red tri boy, lovely head and muzzle, pretty dark red, and an expression on that face to melt your heart!
RUMPUS is available.

Our second little boy is MONKEYSHINES. Now please do not get too excited because MONKEYSHINES was reserved before he was even born. He is a remarkable looking big boy.
MONKEYSHINES is spoken for.

HULLABALOO is all about wild and crazy markings, a dark red merle girl to get excited about. She is the smallest puppy in our litter at this time.
HULLABALOO is reserved, pending the structure testing.

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