Guide To Australian Shepherd Training & Care

My Pup's Pepped Up

by Suzanne
(Shamong, NJ, US)

Thanks To Sue and Kyrsten ... Tahoe

Thanks To Sue and Kyrsten ... Tahoe

Tahoe is mostly Aussie, but he is a little Bernese, Collie, and probably more. He is just a puppy, but the years are gaining, and soon he will be a full grown dog (but still the happy, loving, and playful Tahoe we knew). As my daughter goes to school, since she is his only playmate, he sits around waiting for me to open the gate separating the upstairs (where our cat Briggs is trappped) and the downstairs so he could jump on me restlessly and stare at me with those puppy-dog eyes begging for me to play. Every so often when hears my husband, daughter, or I upstairs he would jump up scaring the cat. My pup has lots of energy,and is friendly, and loving. I'm sure if you knew him you would love him just as much as I do.

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