purchased another Aussie in 1995. Nike, a blue male, was also
a dear companion for our family. He passed away at age 13.
That was one of the saddest days of our lives. After having
these two superior dogs, I decided that I wanted to look for
something "show quality" in the Aussie breed. I
got a call from Nike’s breeder saying that she had a
really nice red merle bitch that would be show quality. I
bought her and brought her home. I named her Snickers…Hidden
Lane N Brenlee’s Candy. She too has surpassed all of
my hopes for her. She was my first Champion in AKC and ASCA.
This was my beginning into the show life. I now have 5 aussies
that are either champions or being shown. Visit them on their
My family and teaching are top priorities for
me and since I fear showing my own dogs, I decided a long
time ago that I would need help with that end of my hobby.
I was very fortunate to be introduced to Maggie Pryor. Not
only was she a fabulous handler, she was a dear friend as
well. Without her help with Snick, Drew, True and Surge....I
would have never had the success that I now know. I thank
her from the bottom of my heart for giving me the opportunity
to make my name and dogs known to the aussie world. She gave
me my start and taught me how and why I needed to do things
to keep going further. Thank you Maggie for opening many doors
Brenlee Aussies is just a small hobby kennel
for now, but my dream is to make it so much more. All great
things don't happen overnight, so we will take it one day
at a time. We will continue, as always, to strive to make
the best better!
on in and visit! Let me know what you think of my dogs and