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Unconditionally Aussies have owned and raised Australian Shepherds over the years to provide loyal companions, therapy dogs, agility dogs or to be taken in whatever direction the new owner wishes 

We love Australian Shepherds and find it very rewarding to raise them as they are  very intelligent and loyal companions.


The Australian Shepherd, commonly called the "aussie", is a medium-sized breed of dog that was, despite its name, was developed on ranches in the United States during the 19th century. Even though they are called Australian Shepherds they have no association Australia despite the name.


This is not a breed of dog for everyone as you must be willing and able to put in the time and training required to make a great companion.  The first and most important item is to socialize, socialize, socialize. 


We breed both registered and non-registered aussies. 

we do not dock tails nor remove dew claws see dog articles


The Australian Shepherd is traditionally a medium-sized breed of solid build. They can weigh from 35 to 70 pounds (16 to 32 kg) and stand from 18 to 23 inches (46 to 58 cm) in height. The Australian Shepherd Club of America (ASCA) standard calls for the Australian shepherd to stand between 18 and 23 inches (46 and 58 cm) at the withers, females being 18 to 22 inches (46 to 56 cm) and males measuring 19 to 23 inches (48 to 58 cm).



The breed standards state “All colors are strong, clear and rich.  The recognized colors are blue merle, red (liver) merle, solid black, and solid red (liver) all with or without white markings and/or tan (copper) points with no order of preference.  The blue merle and black have black pigmentation on nose, lips, and eye-rims.  Reds and red merles have liver pigmentation on nose, lips, and eye rims. Butterfly nose should not be faulted under one year of age. On all colors, the areas surrounding the ears and eyes are dominated by color other than white.  The hairline of a white collar does not exceed the point at the withers. 

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