Working Sheepdogs, Kincraig

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
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4.7/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web
Working Sheepdogs is located in Kincraig. To visit Working Sheepdogs on your trip to Kincraig, use our Kincraig itinerary maker.
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  • A very interesting presentation on working sheep dogs. Having seen a different presentation in Ireland, this one did not impress as much. However, if you have never seen these amazing dogs in action, ...  read more »
  • This was amazing, defently one of the best place we had visit. the demonstration is about 45 minutes and in the end you get to feed the lams, and hug the pupies, realy recommanded! 
  • We visit this area often and always try to make a point of visiting the farm. Over the years we have recommended to many family and friends too. The sheepdog demonstration never fails to impress us an...  read more »
  • The absolute highlight of our trip through Scotland. So incredible to see what dogs are capable of when spending enough time with them to train them properly. It's also a great way to learn more about Scotland's farm life with sheep, and how certain traditions have lasted through the centuries!
  • We visited Leault Farm on the rainy 26th of June 2016 and it was FANTASTIC! The way Neil works with his dogs is amazing. He gives a lot of information (with Scottish accent 😉) and involves everyone who wants to be. He is really a no-nonsense man which means that you don't have time to be bored with non interesting information. The puppies are adorable and feeding the lambs was for our 5 year old a real highlight.
  • Our recent tour of Scotland included a visit to the Leault Farm to see a demonstration of working sheep dogs. It proved to be one of the highlights of our trip. Not only did Neil put the Border Collies through their paces, but his wife - I'm sorry, I didn't catch her name - narrated the action, as the dogs herded a small flock several hundred yards away, brought them to Neil, then kept them contained as he gave the dogs different commands. It was amazing! And to add to our enjoyment, the Ross' children brought out a litter of Border Collies and a one-week-old lamb for us to pet. It was an hour well-spent and a memory we will savor for years to come. I recommend it highly!
  • Cool. But note the demonstration every day at 4 p.m., except Saturday.
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