TylerThink you have the cutest Sheltie in the nation? Has your Sheltie done something funny or do they have an opinion to express?

If you think your photo (or youtube video) fits the “Seriously Stringent Sheltie Standard”, email it to us at sheltienation [at]gmail.com. You just might see it posted here!  But if we don’t, it’s really for the best [patting your back.]

Please include and attach:

  • Your Sheltie’s name(s).
  • Multiple photos or a web address of your photo (like Flickr.com/mypics).
  • Credits! Like the photographer’s name.
  • Be sure any photos submitted are clear & in focus. (The larger the better!)

By sending your photos or movie links you are agreeing to let us use it. You still own your photo, but you’re letting us use it.

Send your photos to: sheltienation (at) gmail.com

image from www.sheltienation.com Once you submit your photo, be sure to pick up your official Sheltie Nation member decal here.

Please be patient…photos are posted in the order they are received & sometimes there can be a bit of a wait as I get to them…after all, between running Sheltie Nation & forums, there is only one Sheltie mom running this online Sheltie show!

The site has become so active that I can’t always respond personally to each email received.  But if your photo is posted, please know that Sheltie Nation is grateful & thanks you for sharing your photos with all the other Sheltie lovers out there!

5 Responses to “Photo Submissions”

  1. Tom Galbreath

    Gracie sleeps in bed with my wife and I, but will not jump in bed or jump out of bed. We have pick her up and lift her down. She won’t jump on the furniture, or lay along side or on our laps.
    She hates the car. Normally when we go for rides, I’ll have chase her, and sometimes she will surrender herself by going belly up. Of course she will never jump in or out of the car. As a puppy and a younger dog she would get car sick. She’s 6 now and rarely get’s sick in the car.
    She loves to eat. We normally make her food. The recipe usually consists of ground chicken or turkey, sweet potatoes and peas. Apparently, her digestive system can’t tolerate red meat. She will throw up shortly after eating hamburger or something of that nature.
    She loves walks. When she hears walk or even if we spell WALK, she will freak out. She will turn in countless circles out of excitement, which makes it really difficult to put her collar on. There are a couple of parks nearby that have ponds. The walk is about a mile and a half around the ponds. She starts out full of life, but about half way around starts slowing down, and near the end, she really doesn’t seem like she’s going to make it.
    She certainly is not a summer dog. Winter is her favorite season. She loves the snow. We have had difficulties trying to get her inside in the winter. She is perfectly content laying in the snow on a 20 degree day. Her coat is extremely thick. Both parents were show dogs. The breeder knew she would grow to big to be able to show her. Fortunate for us. She is a beautiful shelty at 45 pounds.
    As a puppy she would hardly bark, but she has evolved into a barker. Something about the automobile Buick TV commercial’s, she freaks out, or anything that has a particular sound, something like the ring of a doorbell.
    Anyway, that’s my Gracie, I wouldn’t trade her for the world, love her so much.
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  2. Karen Souhrada

    A reply to hot summer Sheltie issues. We finally purchased a cool coat vest from REI (Swamp Cooler), and that makes the summer walks so much nicer for Zoe. Hot sun, higher altitude here in Colorado, so we had to find some relief for our girl. Worth the money!

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  3. LYNDA M. LARTER

    I FIND THE FACT THAT YOU HAVE HAD TROUBLE GETTING PHOTOS INTERESTING, I HAD SENT MY TWO SHELTIES PHOTOS AND NEVER SAW ANYTHING DONE WITH THEM SO I NEVER SENT ANOTHER PHOTO. JUST WANTED TO PASS THAT ALONG. THE FIRST THING I DO EVERY DAY IS TO LOOK AT SHELTIE NATION.

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  4. Cheryl Ottinger

    My furbabies relaxing. King is the collie stretched out on his loveseat and Abby is the sheltie on the recliner.

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