About Our Dogs
Meet Our Dogs:
English Shepherds are a heritage breed, whose ancestors were some of the first dogs brought to America by the English settlers. Males tend to get around 60 to 65 lbs. Females tend to get around 40 to 50 lbs. They are a great working breed and/or family pet. One great feature about them is their off switch. They can work all day and then come in and relax with your family. They are great with kids and other pets.
ESC/UKC Registered Name: Naughty Pumpkin Farm Rolly
Color: Tan Point Sable
Born in Montana, Rolly is a wonderful companion who shows enthusiasm for working on the farm. He is calm and loving with a personality that always keeps us entertained.
|Rolly, Winter 2019|
|Rolly, Summer 2019|
|Puppy Rolly Sleeping on Couch|
|Puppy Rolly Playing in Snow|
ESC/UKC Registered Name: Naughty Pumpkin Farm Coco
Born in New York, Coco has a loving and calm demeanor. She enjoys working the goats and outdoor adventures. However, she also loves to relax at home and has become a loving and loyal companion. We look forward to seeing the future generations she will pass these wonderful traits onto.
|Coco, Summer 2019|
|Coco with Baby Goat, Spring 2019|
|Young Coco with our Daughter|
ESC/UKC Registered Name: Naughty Pumpkin Farm Honey
Color: Clear Sable
Born in Ohio, Honey has a loving and sweet demeanor. She enjoys working the goats and outdoor adventures. However, she also loves to cuddle up on the couch at the end of the day. We look forward to meeting her first littter of puppies this June, 2020.
|Honey enjoying the sun|
|Honey loves to cuddle|
|Honey (on left) with Coco|
|Honey (on top) resting with Rolly|
Color: Black and White
Born in New York, Panda is a loving and loyal livestock guardian dog. She protects our herd goat, deters and alerts us to any threats around the farm. She lives outside 24/7, is a great LGD and has created an unbreakable bond with our family and farm. Panda is a mix of Great Pyrenees, Maremma, and Anatolian Shepherd. We look forward to meeting her first littter of puppies this June, 2020.
|Panda at the gate|
|Panda resting in the pasture|
|Panda with our daughter|
|Panda keeping watch|