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Sherman the Australian Shepherd

Sherman (ID 417981)

Sherman is a male red tri Australian Shepherd puppy.

He was born on June 6, 2015, so he's 4 weeks old now.

Sherman is a little tank! But despite his size Sherman is mellow and easygoing. He is a very sweet boy. He is always the first to want to lay... [read more]

$1,595.00

Emma the Australian Shepherd

Emma (ID 417983)

Emma is a female tri Australian Shepherd puppy.

She was born on June 6, 2015, so she's 4 weeks old now.

Emma is going to be a gorgeous black tri! She has very nice markings. Emma is being house raised with kids and other pups. She is inquisitive and... [read more]

$1,595.00

Slack the Australian Shepherd

Slack (ID 414710)

Slack is a male red tri Australian Shepherd puppy.

He was born on May 10, 2015, so he's 8 weeks old now.

Meet Slack, Mr. Chill! With his beautiful dark liver color Slack is really easy on the eyes. So far he's pretty laid back. Slack had the most... [read more]

$1,775.00

Sailor the Australian Shepherd

Sailor (ID 414712)

Sailor is a female red Australian Shepherd puppy.

She was born on May 10, 2015, so she's 8 weeks old now.

Sailor was the first puppy born in the liter and the first one to melt our hearts. She is such a sweet little girl who is always looking to... [read more]

$1,775.00

Sadie the Australian Shepherd

Sadie (ID 416367)

Sadie is a female tri Australian Shepherd puppy.

She was born on May 10, 2015, so she's 8 weeks old now.

Miss Sadie is so beautifully marked with her solid white front legs and dark copper. Sadie is a very friendly little girl. She is miss chill and... [read more]

$1,775.00

Molly the Australian Shepherd

Molly (ID 417984)

Molly is a female red merle Australian Shepherd puppy.

She was born on June 6, 2015, so she's 4 weeks old now.

Molly is a little doll! She is affectionate and friendly; just delightful to snuggle and cuddle. She is being raised in our home with exposure to... [read more]

$1,775.00

Waylon the Australian Shepherd

Waylon (ID 416979)

Waylon is a male black Australian Shepherd puppy.

He was born on June 6, 2015, so he's 4 weeks old now.

This striking boy will make a fantastic addition to your family! When you hold him, you will never want to let go! He loves to snuggle and play,... [read more]

$1,825.00

Jack the Australian Shepherd

Jack (ID 416980)

Jack is a male black Australian Shepherd puppy.

He was born on June 6, 2015, so he's 4 weeks old now.

This sweet guys is sure to steal your heart! Jack can't wait to meet you. He just knows you'll love him as much as he'll love you! Jack will... [read more]

$1,825.00

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Lucy the Australian Shepherd

Lucy (ID 417179)

Lucy is a female tri Australian Shepherd puppy.

She was born on June 3, 2015, so she's 4 weeks old now.

Meet Lucy! You will notice her very beautiful and unique markings. Lovable Lucy is a black tricolor puppy, with white and tan points. Lucy is a... [read more]

$1,825.00

Mason the Australian Shepherd

Mason (ID 417368)

Mason is a male black Australian Shepherd puppy.

He was born on June 6, 2015, so he's 4 weeks old now.

How can you say no to this baby face? Mason is just as silly as they come. He is always trying to catch your eye with his puppy tricks. He will... [read more]

$1,825.00

Joey the Australian Shepherd

Joey (ID 415446)

Joey is a male bi Australian Shepherd puppy.

He was born on April 27, 2015, so he's 9 weeks old now.

If you are looking for a puppy that will be a life-long friend and companion, but will also get you up out of your chair to play, Joey is your... [read more]

$1,950.00

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Leo the Australian Shepherd

Leo (ID 417195)

Leo is a male red tri Australian Shepherd puppy.

He was born on June 3, 2015, so he's 4 weeks old now.

Meet Leo! This boy has beautiful green eyes and one copper eyebrow marking above his left eye. He has a white chest and all four paws are white.... [read more]

$1,950.00

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Dixie the Australian Shepherd

Dixie (ID 414584)

Dixie is a female red tri Australian Shepherd puppy.

She was born on April 16, 2015, so she's 11 weeks old now.

Dixie is a docile, mild-tempered pup that is somewhat removed from the litter. Although she does love to run around and wrestle with her siblings,... [read more]

$2,095.00

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Benjamin the Australian Shepherd

Benjamin (ID 417185)

Benjamin is a male red tri Australian Shepherd puppy.

He was born on June 3, 2015, so he's 4 weeks old now.

Meet Benjamin! This boy has two beautiful crystal-blue eyes, and one copper eyebrow marking. He has a white chest and feet. He also has the most... [read more]

$2,095.00

Silas the Australian Shepherd

Silas (ID 417373)

Silas is a male black Australian Shepherd puppy.

He was born on June 6, 2015, so he's 4 weeks old now.

This little guy can't wait to be your new cuddle buddy. He will surely be the talk of your town, and he is just waiting for that perfect family to... [read more]

$2,095.00

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Flash the Australian Shepherd

Flash (ID 417123)

Flash is a female tri Australian Shepherd puppy.

She was born on June 3, 2015, so she's 4 weeks old now.

Meet sweet little girl Flash! She is a beautiful black Tri color, with white and tan markings. Flash's eyes are a gorgeous green, and her two... [read more]

$2,250.00

Buddy the Australian Shepherd

Buddy (ID 416651)

Buddy is a male red merle Australian Shepherd puppy.

He was born on May 14, 2015, so he's 7 weeks old now.

Buddy is an adorable little guy. This little man is loads of fun. He loves playing and running after the kids. He is AKC registered and both of... [read more]

$2,595.00

Blake the Australian Shepherd

Blake (ID 416654)

Blake is a male blue merle Australian Shepherd puppy.

He was born on May 28, 2015, so he's 5 weeks old now.

Wow! What a handsome boy you have found here. Blake is an adorable guy that is fun to be around. His curious nature will keep you on your toes for... [read more]

$2,595.00

Cooper the Australian Shepherd

Cooper (ID 416658)

Cooper is a male black Australian Shepherd puppy.

He was born on May 28, 2015, so he's 5 weeks old now.

Meet Cooper! This lovable pup is currently searching for a good, loving home. Whether playing all day or relaxing on the couch, Cooper promises to... [read more]

$2,595.00

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Reno the Australian Shepherd

Reno (ID 407409)

Reno is a male black Australian Shepherd puppy.

He was born on March 16, 2015, so he's 15 weeks old now.

Reno is a rare due to his one blue eye and one amber colored eye. He is playful, calm and well socialized. Both of his parents are active therapy... [read more]

$3,195.00

Gretchen (Going Home!) the Australian Shepherd

Unavailable - Found a new home!Gretchen (Going Home!) (ID 411080)

Gretchen is a female blue merle Australian Shepherd puppy.

She was born on March 24, 2015, so she's 14 weeks old now.

Gretchen is a super sweet loving little girl with one blue eye. She has that dark blue color that makes her stand out. She is super smart and... [read more]

Maine's newest resident!

Stella (June's New Baby) the Australian Shepherd

Unavailable - Found a new home!Stella (June's New Baby) (ID 414711)

Stella is a female tri Australian Shepherd puppy.

She was born on May 10, 2015, so she's 8 weeks old now.

Meet Stella, she is the life of the party! Always the first pup to greet you and always the first to play with her siblings. She is a very sharp... [read more]

Virginia's newest resident!

Scarlette (I Have Found My Fur Ever Home!) the Australian Shepherd

Unavailable - Found a new home!Scarlette (I Have Found My Fur Ever Home!) (ID 415539)

Scarlette is a female tri Australian Shepherd puppy.

She was born on May 10, 2015, so she's 8 weeks old now.

Miss Scarlette is the life of the party! Scarlette loves to play. She's such a sweet little girl. Scarlette is the first to chase the ball, the... [read more]

Going to Illinois!

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Ricky the Australian Shepherd

Unavailable - Found a new homeRicky (ID 414311)

Ricky is a male red tri Australian Shepherd puppy.

He was born on April 15, 2015, so he's 11 weeks old now.

Ricky is such a sweet boy and would love to be your best friend for life. Imagine all the fun you'll have with this cutie. You can take him for... [read more]

$1,950.00

Sophia the Australian Shepherd

Unavailable - Found a new homeSophia (ID 417979)

Sophia is a female blue merle Australian Shepherd puppy.

She was born on June 6, 2015, so she's 4 weeks old now.

Sophie is being house raised with kids and other pups. She is a playful and sweet girl, very outgoing and sassy! Sophia is definitely the puppy of... [read more]

$2,050.00

Tessa (Christine's New Baby Girl) the Australian Shepherd

Unavailable - Found a new home!Tessa (Christine's New Baby Girl) (ID 415465)

Tessa is a female red tri Australian Shepherd puppy.

She was born on April 29, 2015, so she's 9 weeks old now.

Tessa is a very sweet and adorable puppy. She loves to snuggle and have her chin scratched. She is a very smart and calm puppy; who loves other... [read more]

The talk of North Carolina!

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Harley (The Wheeler's New Little Baby Boy) the Australian Shepherd

Unavailable - Found a new home!Harley (The Wheeler's New Little Baby Boy) (ID 399720)

Harley is a male red tri Australian Shepherd puppy.

He was born on January 21, 2015, so he's 23 weeks old now.

Stop right there! You have found your new baby boy. Harley is as adorable as a puppy can be. He will be sure to shower you with his puppy love... [read more]

"California, here I come!"

Little Blue (Rhea And Marian's New Baby Boy) the Australian Shepherd

Unavailable - Found a new home!Little Blue (Rhea And Marian's New Baby Boy) (ID 414079)

Little Blue is a male blue merle Australian Shepherd puppy.

He was born on May 4, 2015, so he's 8 weeks old now.

This little boy is a total knockout with his copper points and blue eyes. He is always loving on one of our four kids and is very social. He will... [read more]

"California is my new home!"

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Xander (Going Home To The Hay's) the Australian Shepherd

Unavailable - Found a new home!Xander (Going Home To The Hay's) (ID 417183)

Xander is a male tri Australian Shepherd puppy.

He was born on June 3, 2015, so he's 4 weeks old now.

This is Xander! He is a black Tri boy with unique white and tan markings, and has two stunning glass-blue eyes. This playful guy has loads of... [read more]

"I can't wait to see California!"

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Strap the Australian Shepherd

Unavailable - Found a new homeStrap (ID 414582)

Strap is a male red merle Australian Shepherd puppy.

He was born on April 16, 2015, so he's 11 weeks old now.

Strap is a handsome red merle with a white body and one single red stripe across his shoulders. He is a gentle little guy that loves to be held... [read more]

$2,595.00

Belle (Going Home Soon ! ! !) the Australian Shepherd

Unavailable - Found a new home!Belle (Going Home Soon ! ! !) (ID 416641)

Belle is a female blue merle Australian Shepherd puppy.

She was born on May 14, 2015, so she's 7 weeks old now.

"Hello there! My name is Belle and I'm a blue merle female. I love to run and play, but I also like to sit and snuggle. If you are looking for a... [read more]

The talk of Texas!

Reputable Australian Shepherd Breeders

Our Australian Shepherd breeders strive to breed championship-line puppies who will enrich the lives of their new families. We work with Australian Shepherd breeders whose goal is to breed healthy Australian Shepherd and to better the breed. The listed puppies are carefully selected by our Australian Shepherd breeders; they breed to produce Australian Shepherd puppies with exceptional conformation and disposition - family pets for loving homes.

Welcome

Welcome to our Australian Shepherd breeders’ page and thank you for considering giving one of their Australian Shepherd puppies a nice home. We want to commend you for your choice of breed. Australian Shepherd or “Aussie” puppies are known to be very friendly, affectionate, active, playful, brave and protective. You and your family will enjoy playing and taking care of them, especially if you love long walks and spending time outdoors. To know which Aussie puppy fits your family, take a look at our Australian Shepherd puppies for sale for more information.


Find Australian Shepherd Puppies for Sale

It is hard to find Australian Shepherd puppies on your own. With too many breeders claiming they have the best Australian Shepherd puppies for sale, the search for the right Aussie puppy can sometimes be confusing. But looking for the best Australian Shepherd for sale can be a lot faster with us to guide you through the process. With our guidance, you can easily find the perfect Aussie for your family. We will help you connect with the best breeders as well as give you useful breeding tips to make your life with the newest member of your family easier.


Breed Summary

You will definitely fall in love by just looking at this small Aussie dog. But aside from his adorable cuteness, you must also know other Australian Shepherd breed information to properly take care of your Aussie. The first thing you have to know about an Aussie is that he is not only friendly and playful; an Aussie’s characteristics also include loyalty, protectiveness and braveness. Despite his small size, an Aussie will definitely try his best to protect you from danger, a trait that he unfortunately carries onto any stranger. However, if you are able to train him properly to prepare him for social situations, then you will not have a problem with his fighter attitude. You will also enjoy having an Aussie in your life if you’re an active person. Australian Shepherds are naturally energetic and they love going on walks and playing around in wide-open spaces.


Perfect Matched Breed

If you’re having second thoughts about an Aussie adoption—don’t. We want to let you know that we work closely with reputable Australian Shepherd breeders to make sure that you get to take home a perfectly matched Aussie puppy to your family. Our Aussie adoption process has been proven to place the right puppies to loving homes. And along with only the best Australian Shepherd breeders, you may have the puppy that can complete your home and family. For more information regarding the process, you can read about our happy puppy placement.


Facts - Overview

The Australian Shepherd breed, more fondly called the Aussie but also known as the Spanish Shepherd, the New Mexican Shepherd or the California Shepherd, is one smart and very active dog. He is not one to snuggle cutely and cuddly while you read a book or watch the television. In fact, an Aussie can spend an entire day running and playing around. He needs to always be occupied with games and dog sports and he will also enjoy training sessions. If you love jogging, hiking or trekking and if you have an active lifestyle, the Australian Shepherd is definitely the right pal for you.

Aside from being smart and energetic, the Australian Shepherd is also very devoted to his people. He is very loyal and protective and he will do everything that he could to protect you from any stranger. However, with the proper social training, an Aussie can grow fond of new people as well. He is highly trainable and adaptable and his affectionate nature will surely come in handy during your training sessions.

When it comes to other Australian Shepherd breed information like his physical attributes, a regular-sized Aussie will not weight more than 65 pounds and not grow taller than 23 inches at the shoulder. His puppy dog eyes can either be amber, blue, brown, green or hazel and his mane usually has a marble-like appearance over a black, blue or red merle or red coat. When adopting an Aussie, you should also know that the white mane color is related to deafness or blindness of this breed so avoid choosing a puppy with this color if you don’t want the additional caring obligation.

You must also be aware of the type of Australian Shepherd that you will bring to your home. There are actually two types of Aussies; those who are bred specifically for dog shows and those who are bred for herding. If you live on a farm and want a good herding dog, then you should opt to take the herding Aussie with you. But if you strictly want a household pet, then the showcase Aussie is better suited for your preferences.

For a beautiful, fun and loyal companion, you must definitely adopt an Australian Shepherd. And to know more about this wonderful breed, you may also read the other sections we have provided about the Aussie.


Facts - Personality

Many people have fallen in love with the Australian Shepherd’s affectionate nature. Not only that, an Aussie’s personality also includes adaptability and intelligence. Take a closer look below as we discuss these personality traits in more detail.

Affectionate: As an owner, you will have no problem with the Australian Shepherd’s temperament. He is sweet, caring and protective towards his people and you will see these characteristics with his body language. Because of this, you should expect to spend a lot of time with him and to give him his much needed attention. The constant care is totally worth it because you will feel how much an Aussie can love you back.

Adaptable: Though an Aussie might be a bit aggressive towards strangers, he can be trained to adjust to different social situations. This is because an Australian Shepherd is highly adaptable, which means a constant training will teach him how to handle new people. It will also help his social skills if you train him at an early age. It’s best if an Aussie undergoes social training when he is only about 10 to 12 weeks old. His adaptability and affectionate character also makes it easier to have a new baby in the family. He will not be hostile towards the baby. Instead, he will show the baby the same love and protectiveness that he will show you.

Smart: In line with the previous Australian Shepherd personality, this breed also proves to be super smart. This makes training sessions all the more easier. His intelligence is also the reason behind his incredible herding skills. He can handle a small to medium flock of poultry without any help and he can actually make decisions all on his own.


Facts - Care

An Australian Shepherd puppy’s care involves consistency; an Aussie likes to have everything done on schedule every day. He expects to be fed, walked, and put to bed on the same time as he was the previous day. So if you want to change the time of your feeding, walking or sleeping, you must allot a few weeks of training before the puppy gets used to the new schedule.

Aside from consistency, the active nature of Australian Shepherds requires them to do a lot of activities to channel their energy. You must allot time to take him out on long walks if you don’t want an upset puppy inside your home. But you can also train your Aussie to help you with house chores. They are very good in following instructions once you trained them. Let them help you do the laundry or ask them to throw away trash properly. Not only will they make your house chores easier, but you will also be giving them the right Australian Shepherd care.

In addition, Aussies like playing games and running around. They can last an entire day of just playing fetch, which makes them good playmates for young kids. They can even pick up balls during soccer or T-ball practice. If you are a coach of these teams, you can bring your Aussie with you during practice to help you out and to also develop his social skills.


Facts - Grooming

Our network of top breeders can assure you that their Australian Shepherd’s health is in good condition. However, any breed of dog still has the potential to develop genetic diseases and other complications. There’s no need to worry though. We are here to help you maintain the health of your dog so that he can stay in shape and live for a full 10 to 12 years.

To prepare you for any complications that may arise as the puppy grows, you should be aware of the diseases that are common to this breed. These diseases include hip dysplasia, epilepsy and several types of eye problems.

Hip dysplasia is a genetic disorder that causes the cartilage in the hip of the dog to wear away over time. This is due to a malformation of the hip socket which means that the head of the thigh bone doesn’t fit well into the Aussie’s hip socket. The condition may cause mild to severe inflammation that may soon lead to arthritis. To avoid expensive surgical corrections or total hip replacement, you should regularly have your Aussie checked by a veterinarian to make sure that the condition stays under control.

Epilepsy is another common disorder with the Australian Shepherd breed. However, there are currently no screening tests to determine if the Aussie is epileptic. Because of this, only time will tell if the puppy is safe from the disorder or not.

When it comes to the common eye defects of Australian Shepherds, it is possible that the puppy may develop cataracts, collie eye anomaly, colobomas, detached retinas, persistent pupillary membrane or progressive retinal atrophy. Our dog breeders have tested the parents of their Aussie puppies before they were bred to see if they have these conditions so as to minimize, if not eliminate, the possibility of the development of the said conditions. But you must still bring your puppy to a dog ophthalmologist regularly to keep your puppy’s eyes in check.

As for the Australian Shepherd’s nutrition, a well-balanced diet will go a long way to keep your puppy healthy. It doesn’t take and cost much to maintain an Aussie’s health since they are a naturally active breed and their day-to-day activities will surely keep them exercised.


Facts - Health

Appearance

Australian Shepherds are medium-sized dogs that are slightly longer than they are tall. Their eyes have a wide range of colors including amber, blue and brown, and can sometimes even be dual-colored. Meanwhile, their ears, which lie on top of their heads, are triangular and usually erect.

Size and Weight

Aussies weigh about 40 to 65 pounds and measure up to 18 to 23 inches at the shoulder.

Coat and Color

Australian Shepherds have a marble-like color with a black, blue or red merle, or red medium-length coat. They can have straight or wavy hair with featherings behind their legs and a full mane around their necks.

Grooming Needs

When it comes to the Aussie’s grooming, the first thing that you have to remember is to regularly brush his coat to remove dead hair that can otherwise stick to your furniture and clothes. However, during the spring and the fall, your puppy might experience more shedding so you need to give him warm baths and blow dry his hair every day.

During non-shedding seasons, the rest of the steps on how to groom Australian Shepherds are easy. You don’t need to give him baths every day, only when he gets dirty. Remember to clean his ears and brush his teeth as well. Meanwhile, his nails are normally worn down because of his activeness but you still have to check them weekly to see if it needs trimming.


Facts - History

Though named after the Land Down Under, the history of Australian Shepherds actually began in Europe. The breed originated from the Basque region of the Pyrenees Mountains which can be found between the countries of Spain and France. After they were brought to Australia, they were most likely crossbred with different types of Collies before they were again brought to another country, the United States.

The reason why the breed was name as such is because of its association with the Australian shepherds who came to the United States in the mid-1800s. When they reached the country, they were primarily trained by ranchers from the western parts of the United States to become herders of sheep and cattle between the summer and winter grazing grounds. They were also trained to manage livestock in farms and ranches.

After the Second World War, the Australian Shepherd’s history turned a new page. From sheep and cattle herders, the breed became a common face in rodeos and horse shows when Western horsemanship became popular in the United States. Aussies were even featured in television shows and movies because of their immense popularity.

Aside from the fame and the continuous herding, Aussies were also trained to be guide dogs for the blind, hearing dogs for deaf people, rescue dogs during emergencies and therapy dogs for emotionally and mentally disturbed people. Their affectionate nature has helped them become one of the best breeds in these fields and they have consistently gained recognition for their service.


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