Toren's Cimarron Red Rooster

For those of you who don't know, we lost our Rooster to an accident over the summer... I am heartbroken, can still feel him at my heel as I go around the farm at choretime and still believe him close by in those moments before I come completely awake in the early mornings. He was the most amazing dog I've ever known. I will never, for a moment, regret my decision to breed on with a dog of that quality, a dog-of-a-lifetime who did so much to help us run the farm, protect our flock from predators, protect me from harm in dangerous working situations.

My only regret is that he is not still with us. I find a great deal of comfort in knowing that he passed so many of his outstanding traits on to his offspring before we lost him, and that, on farms scattered accross the country, Rooster's descendants will continue to help, protect, and share that tremendous capacity for love and devotion with their own families. His legacy speaks for itself.

Rooster was a very special guy...rated PRGN with the American Working Farmcollie Association, a wonderfully "easy" pup to raise, a super companion and a formidable working farmdog.

Super intelligent, sensitive, biddable, deeply loyal...  A true "Dog-of-a-Lifetime"

...He will be sorely missed by all who knew him.

Rooster was bred by

Elaine Reynolds in OK
Rooster's Pedigree
We have a few of Rooster's daughters that we intend to breed to Blacksheep Rowdy Yates for future litters...

Cimarron Cherokee, Rooster's mom
more of Rooster's Ancestors