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Guide To Australian Shepherd Training & Care
Guide To Australian Shepherd Training and Care

Breeding My Aussie

by Gayle Harrelson
(Poland, Indiana)

I have a Aussie female that I kept out of my last liter of pups we had and I was reading about the genes. I was wondering if I could breed my female I kept back to her dad. She's a red 2 tone Aussie that came from a black and grey/blue female and her dad is solid red. Is there a chance I could have more of her colors come out in her liters of babies if I mated her to her dad??

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Breeding my Aussie
by: Anne

Breeding back to her dad is not a smart idea, for several reasons.
If the dad & her are will ONLY get red. She needs to be older than 2 years old when you breed her. I can discuss it with you further privately.


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