Our Dogs

We keep a limited number of dogs – no more than can fit into our car and on our bed at one time – and puppies we keep are ours for life.  The reason for this is simple: English Shepherds are not kennel dogs, they bond deeply to their owner and want to be by your side and involved in your daily activities.  We do not own dogs so that we can breed them but rather the reverse — we breed litters so that we can continue to own dogs of the type that sold us on the breed.

Working in coordination with other breeders allows us to maintain a family line over multiple generations while ensuring each individual dog leads a rich and rewarding life.  See our breeding program page for information on breeders that are part of our network.

HTCH Peaslee’s Sunshine Daydream, CGC

Belle is from Raven’s last litter, by Jarratt’s Dallas, born in 2008

HTCH Peaslee’s Howell the Good, CGC

Howie is from Belle’s third litter, by Banks’ Cody Boy, born in 2014

Peaslee’s Elanor Proudfoot, HTAD IIIs, HRD IIIs, TKI,  CGC

Shire is from Belle’s 2016 litter by Banks’ Cody Boy

Peaslee’s Talisman of the Shire, HRD IIIs, HTAD IIIs, RATO, FDC

Tali is from Shire’s 2020 litter by Apple Blossom Levi of Shepherd’s Way

Peaslee’s Fiona T. Dreamcatcher

Fiona is from Tali’s 2023 litter, by Snowy Rivers Majestic Memphis

Gone But Not Forgotten

Peaslee’s Dover, 1994 – 2009

Dover was our first English Shepherd and the dog that started Shepherd’s Way.  You can read my tribute to Dover’s Job as well as check out his page.  Dover was A Very Good Dog.

Peaslee’s Brighton,
1996 – 2012

Brighton was Dover’s younger sister and the matriarch of our dog pack.

Peaslee’s Penelope Ravenpaw, HRD IIIs, 2001 – 2016

Raven was from Brighton’s first litter.  She was beautiful, kind, and extremely sincere.


HTCH Peaslee’s Honey,
2002 – 2019

Honey was out of Brighton’s second litter.  She was sensitive, resilient, biddable;  a dog with an enormous heart and incredible loyalty.

HTCH, WTCH Peaslee’s Tupelo, 2009 – 2013

Tupelo was from Honey’s last litter.  He overcame many challenges and taught me many things, including the truth of Kipling’s warning, “…brothers and sisters I bid you beware of giving your heart to a dog to tear.”