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Guide To Australian Shepherd Training & Care

Beans the Aussie Belgian

by Rick
(Kansas City)

This is Beans, and he has never been more happy than when in snow. He is completely fixated on a laser to the point that I no longer need a leash, wildly high energy but not even remotely destructive.

He is an incredibly gentle soul and nervous, but he also is fiercely protective. His personality is by far the most unique I have ever encountered in a dog, fully independent and totally aloof to most human activities, unless you are entering our space in which case he immediately guards me unequivocally.

His version of destructive when he wants to play is that he will find something that is innately innocuous and/or useless and will drag it into the other room, it could be an old envelope or a box from a small item. It is laughable at what he decides he should take away.

He has one blue eye and one brown eye, and pink teardrops on his nose. He is an amazing creature.

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