Welcome to Kennel Dreamcatcher's website!

We are a select kennel breeding Australian Shepherds since 1997. We are the second oldest aussie breeder recognized by the Danish Kennel Club (FCI-recognized registration papers). Our main priorities are a good health, sound structure, super temperaments, preserving the working instincts as well as looks that will win your heart as well as in the show ring! Yes, it is possible to combine brains and beauty!!!

I, Britt, further is an official FCI acknowledged judge of a number of Group 1 and 2 breeds, amongst of course the  Australian Shepherd.

We want to produce versatile aussies that can and will do the job they were destined to do, look the way they are supposed to and at the same time being the super family companion.

We only have few, but very carefully planned litters! It is important for us to produce super quality aussies and put all our time and effort into the most optimal upbringing and socialization of the puppies - this is simply not possible if you have multiple litters at the same time or have too many litters during a year! Usually, this means that we approx. have one litter per year, so if you are interested in a puppy from us we would advise you to book one well in advance.

We have been successfull with this strategy! Puppies from our kennel have done very well with their families, they have done very well in the working arena, they are sound and healthy and they have done very well in the show ring as well, nationally as well as internationally.

We hope you'll enjoy your visit here. Should you, after having cruised through all our pages, have questions of any kind, you are of course more than welcome to contact us - via e-mail or via phone.  

You are also very welcome to come by and visit us and our dogs - just call for an appointment in advance.

Kind regards,


Britt Siegstad


Apholm 12

3600 Frederikssund - Denmark

Tel/fax: +45 2440 6502   -   E-mail: mail@dreamcatchers.dk

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Copyright: Dreamcatcher's Aussies, Britt Siegstad 

Last updated: 17. august 2014