Whitehall Collies


The Guys

We only have one Man of the House, CH Whitehall Gramercy Park IT “Bruce” – here’s a few brag photos of our studly guy

CH Whitehall Gramercy Park IT “Bruce”

CH Milas Absolutely Macho x Whitehall Ladyvale’s The Divine Miss M

Bruce was Tieghan’s first puppy, a large and impressive sable male from the moment he was born. At 10 months he entered his first show, taking a major reserve among 12 seasoned competitors in Tallahassee. Bruce finished his AKC Championship in August 2023, going Best of Breed over specials (other Champions).

Bruce monitors the puppies here at Whitehall, watches over our girls, and is always available for hugs. He is available at stud to approved bitches.

Not just another pretty face: Bruce aced double runs for an AKC herding instinct qualification, coming home with a title, a big smile, and a slight odor

Even as a puppy, Bruce’s happy movement in the ring was a dream come true.

He’s no slouch standing still, either!
Whitehall Gramercy Park IT with his handler Theresa Ballantyne at the 2023 Collie Nationals.
(photo by Shannon Seeger)

While there’s only resident male at Whitehall currently, we have bred many glamorous males who have gone on to do great things. here are few of them:

CH Whitehall Ladyvale’s Legends of the Fall “Trax”

Trax is Tieghan’s pretty-boy brother. He took over showdog duty at Ladyvale Collies in Michigan, completing his championship in March 2021 in Nashville, TN, professionally handled by Taylor Lafferty.

Whitehall Hey Daddy “Argyle”

Argyle is best known for his Coverdog skills. Here he graces Whitehall’s 2019 Christmas card. After a single 5-point major Best of Breed win at Columbiana, AL, he was requested by my daughter to be their Christmas family surprise. He’s been there ever since, the happiest and most picturesque Collie in Hoschton, GA.

Whitehall Glory Ridge “Ridge”

Ridge is Liya’s brother, from our very first litter. He was snapped up by my mentor and friend, Mary Allen of Ladyvale Collies in Michigan, and went on to a show career. Ridge has the movie-star looks, but unfortunately he was sidelined by an injury and did not finish his championship. Here he is at our Collie Nationals in Louisville, KY at 18 months of age.
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