Here at Southview we do not rehome our adult or retired dogs. All of the dogs at Southview are first and foremost members of our families so even if for some reason they dont become part of our breeding program they still always have a place in our family and our home. Below are some of those pups.,
Due to a horrific farm accident Baylee is no longer a part of Southviews breeding program however, she will forever be a part of our family. She will live out her days on the farm. Baylee has blessed us with some of the most amazing puppies over the years and her genes will carry on with her son Southview Storm Chaser (Chase)
Without Miss Molly Southview Border Collies would never have emerged. She has given many people some amazing pups and some Champion Dock jumpers as well as great agility dogs. Molly is now retired and is enjoying her retirement in the country with her best friend Milo the Pug.
Max was our very first Stud Dog. He was the gentlest of souls and loved nothing more than his ball, he was the biggest cuddle bear youd ever meet. Unfortunately after a short battle Max went into Kidney failure and crossed the rainbow bridge. He most definitely left foot prints on many hearts and he will forever live on through his many sons and daughters. ❤💞 March 6, 2011 - October 21, 2019.
Brock was the first Border Collie to ever come to Southview. He has never been a part of our breeding program however he has always been a volatile member of the family and farm. He works hard all day every day moving Sheep and cattle.
Our beautiful Mya has been the front of our breeding program for the last 6 years and after her last litter and subsequent C-Section to deliver her 3 healthy sons we made the decision to retire her from our breeding program. She will remain at Southview for the rest of her retirement and enjoy the animals on the farm. She has given us the most beautiful loving puppies and we hope to have that carried on through her daughter Southviews Madelyn in a few years time.