Shelchon Puppies   

The Sheltie Bichon, also known as Shelchon, is a cross between a Shetland Sheepdog and a Bichon Frise.  Shelchons have a great combination of the sweet nature of the Shetland Sheep dog and the charming temperament of the small Bichon Frise. They are highly intelligent, good tempered and affectionate.  A family oriented dog, they are playful and love to bounce around with children both outdoors as well as inside.  They are easy to train, do best with positive reinforcement and they are happiest when they are surrounded by those they love.  The Shelchon is low to non-shedding, great for those with allergies.  Each puppy is microchipped.  They make a great pet for first time dog onwers and for those wanting a dog that lifts their spirits.  Each of our adorable, little puppies has their own engaging personality!  Do drop in ~ and form unique special memories with your own little sweetheart!

A beautiful little girl is looking for her forever home!  She is a beautiful soft brown, sable with a charming disposition winning your heart with her cheerful and affectionate temperament.

A gorgeous litter of white and black babies were born June 20, 2019.  Ready for adoption!  The pretty little girl in pink is holding the adorable little girls dressed in gorgeous white and black!  The girls have one handsome little brother.  They are family oriented and love to be surrounded by family and those they love.  These 4 little white and black beauties are cheerful, affectionate and good tempered!  Pictured after the first block of 4 images ~ #24m and #24f on photo. 

Below and Following the first 6 Images of available puppies are photos of our former beautiful 2018 litters ~SOLD except the pups in the first 6 images.

  1. After the first 6 images:
  2. Dressed in white and black; the wee babes; inquisitive sweeties; Elfin and Pixie; hey dude; half pint; bewitching and provocative! Puppies in gorgeous black and white!
  3. They have found new friends, families and buddies!

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