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We are a small Hobby farm located in McLoud Oklahoma that raises Exhibition Poultry and Border Collies. We are committed to providing a safe, clean environment for our animals and strive for improvements on the farm to raise healthy attractive puppies and dogs.

The Border Collie is a very intelligent dog of great strength, stamina, and speed. They are wonderful with children. They love working live stock, jogging, biking, and Frisbee playing. We provide top quality stock. Our wonderful pups provide lifelong devotion, friendship and companionship.

We have Merles, Black and white, Red and White Collies. We have a quality working line of dogs with established pedigrees. They are all ABCA registered and their puppies are eligible for ABCA registration. 

Contact me for your purchase! Email or call 405-765-4128

Prices for ABCA registered puppies! 

All pups are sold as quality pets only!

You may choose to breed your puppy with no contract from us. However, we do NOT guarantee your puppy for breeding. See information below on our guarantee for our puppies.

Questions to ask before considering a Border Collie puppy

1. Do you have other pets and if so how will they adapt to a new puppy? Sometimes this can be a serious issue.

2. Do you have a ranch or large yard? Border Collie require a lot of exercise and would not do well stuck in a apartment.

Visit our Face Book mandjfarmbordercollies page.(Please do not send facebook messages.)



He's a beautiful Red and White Border Collie with Amber eyes. Newt is very gentle and sweet, and will obey on command, he also has plenty of drive and energy. Newt comes from a line a agility dogs and has produced working and agility dogs.

DNA Test Results: NEWT

Disease Gene Genotype Interpretation Collie Eye Anomaly NHEJ1 WT/WT Normal (clear)

Degenerative Myelopathy SOD1 WT/WT Normal (clear)

Intestinal Cobalamin Malabsorption (Border Collie Type) CUBN WT/WT Normal (clear)

Multidrug Resistance 1 ABCB1 WT/WT Normal (clear)

Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis 5 CLN5 WT/WT Normal (clear)

Sensory Neuropathy (Border Collie Type) FAM134B WT/WT Normal (clear) 



She is a beautiful blue merle female. Camie comes from a line of working livestock and agility dogs.

Camie loves working and swimming in the water! She displays a sweet nature.


Collie Eye Anomaly, Choroidal Hypoplasia, CEA NHEJ1 (Intron 4) NN Clear

Degenerative Myelopathy, DM SOD1 GG Clear

Imerslund-Grasbeck Syndrome, Selective Cobalamin Malabsorption CUBN (Exon 53) NN Clear

MDR1 Drug Sensitivity MDR1 NN Clear

Myotonia Congenita CLCN1 (Exon 23) NN Clear

Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis 1, NCL 5 CLN5 (Exon 4) CC Clear

Primary Lens Luxation ADAMTS17 GG Clear

Trapped Neutrophil Syndrome VPS13B Exon 19 NN Clear

Some Of Our Previous Puppies!

This is one of the puppies that we bred named Radar! Wish him the best at the Worlds. He does agility, Dock Diving, and disk! His first awards came when he was a puppy and he's now only a year old.

Crystal Hopper Richardson

Ahhh yeah this actually happened his first time out 7 first place ๐Ÿฅ‡ finishes and one jump out of his class for a second place ๐Ÿฅˆ finish that round so I had to ask for a competitor medal ๐Ÿ… just to break up all the blue so look out worlds we are coming to bring it back home with us we hope. I would like to say thanks to all the people that helped get this little guy off the dock at Oklahoma Thunder Dock Dogs!!!! Who would have known that seven weeks ago this would have been a reality Wow ๐Ÿ˜ฎ is all I can say!!!!! Iโ€™m walking on cloud nine and still canโ€™t believe this little guy has met every expectation and exceeded way beyond what words can explain!!! I so love this dog .


"We reserve all right to refuse to sell a puppy if we do not feel that it will be a suitable home"

The puppies will have had their veterinary examination as well as worming's. A $150 deposit will secure the puppy of your choice. Puppies are sold first come, first serve basis. As soon as all puppies are sold and the names are chosen we will send in the registration for ABEC. The papers ABEC papers will be mailed to us then we will send them out to you in the mail. ABCA registered puppies are eligible for AKC registration.

Puppies will be able to go to their new homes no sooner than 6-8 weeks old. We will be happy to hold you puppy past the 8 week period, however we do charge a fee of 100.00 per week boarding fee!

All of our puppies are raised and socialized on the farm. Mothers and puppies have their own private room and whelping area. At four weeks of age out puppies move to a special puppy room, where they have a safe, clean area to play. Here they receive lots of human interaction and further socialization. Our farm has specialized areas for play, and including a large fenced outdoor play area where the puppies can watch the goats from a safe distance.

All of our puppies will be checked out by our vet before you receive your puppy. We will not offer any puppy for purchase with any known diseases or disabilities that will interfere with their HERDING ABILITIES. We require that you have a Licensed Veterinarian examination of your puppy with in 5 days of purchase. If a health condition does exist after you receive your puppy that was present when we sold you your puppy AND you were not informed of previous to purchase, we will replace your puppy with another puppy from the same litter if available or a future litter, AFTER THE RETURN OF THE PUPPY. If you were aware of any condition before you purchased the puppy, and purchased the animal anyways, WE WILL NOT BE HELD LIABLE. We sell our puppies with no breeding contracts, we sell as top quality pets only and DO NOT grantee breeding.


Border collies are like no other dogs. They learn at an extremely fast pace and can take in just about anything you're willing to teach them. Start out early showing your puppy just exactly where he is to sleep, eat and relieve himself. Repeatedly put him in those same locations and in no time he'll understand the routine you are setting for him (consistency is the key). We suggest you provide your puppy with a crate to sleep in for the first six months to one year. It will quickly become his comfort place and he'll know it is time to rest when put inside.

After the first few days you're puppy will not want to relieve himself where he sleeps (in his crate) and this makes housetraining much easier. After letting him out of his crate immediately take him to the location you want him to relieve himself so he gets used to this routine.

Obedience training can start the day you bring your puppy home. The simple "sit" and "down" commands can be taught right away, as well as "stay" and "come." Familiarize your puppy with the leash and collar as soon as possible. Take him for frequent walks and continually praise him as he learns to walk on the leash.

Above all, remember that border collies want nothing more than to please you. Give your puppy lots of praise and reassurance and he will be your long-time, faithful companion!