Guide To Australian Shepherd Training & Care


by Kaylee



Maggie is sweet, loveable, playful and sometimes lazy. Maggie is a 2-3 yr old dog. She broke her back leg about 2 yrs ago when we got her but she healed. She isn't full Aussie but mostly; has a lot of it in her anyways. She has some Maremma Sheepdog in her also so that's why she isn't that active. Her coat is grey, black, brown and white and no she doesn't have a tail like most Aussie's. That's just about all of her, oh and I almost forgot – I taught her a trick to bark if I tell her to "speak"/"bark" she does it and I give her a dog treat... Thank you. :)

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by: Charles

What a regal lassy...

We taught our Aussie to "huff"; which is kind of a silent bark. Try mouthing "woof" to her and see if she can distinguish between loud and soft. It will provide a lot of humor to the household.

nice girl
by: Anonymous

well, she is absolutely beautiful! couldn't tell she wasn't all Aussie from the picture, but no matter. So glad she healed up from her break in her leg, she stands royally. Thank you for sharing her with us.

by: Debbie

What a beautiful dog...looks like a full aussie to me...and aussies dont have tails....they are known for their butts

by: Ava (KY)

What a beautiful Maggie. She certainly looks all Aussie to me.

My Aussie broke his back leg when he was 16 weeks old. He was in a cast for 6 weeks that had to be changed weekly because he was growing so fast. He is healed now but no agility for him.

We love our aussies, both of them, they are family.

Take Care and enjoy Maggie.

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