May 1999


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Marci Sudlow <[log in to unmask]>
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Farm Collie Breed Conservancy and Restoration <[log in to unmask]>
Sat, 8 May 1999 04:11:56 EDT
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Try this url
There is a link "Dogs available for adoption" or something like that on the
web address I posted before, but this url will take you to Ebony's pic
directly, at the bottom of the page.

That is sad about the hw positive little sheltie and nice of border collie
rescue to take him in (surprised sheltie rescue didn't take him.  ASSA has a
nat'l well-funded network of rescues.)  The BC Rescue page is very well done
and well organized, and I see you've made additions and improvements to the
ES page since I was there last.

Yes, the bi-color gene has always been preserved within the sheltie breed,
and is alive and well there!  I do many pedigrees on bi-blacks and bi-blues,
many champions.  (The sheltie breed's perversity is the discrimination
against color-marked white, altho a faction within the breed is opposed to
this ruling and would like to restore white as an acceptable color.)

Do you happen to know of Meg Walker's whereabouts and/or current email
address???  Gina, are you there?  Would you happen to know?   There is a
small army of collie and sheltie people who would like to contact her!  Don't
worry, they are all fans of Smoke and Angel Feather <G>

Thanks in advance!
Marci Sudlow
Rutland, Vermont
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