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


by Kim Bucher
(Willamina, Oregon, USA)

Gracie playing soccer

Gracie playing soccer

2 years ago, I got an Australian Shepherd named Gracie, not real exciting. Well, she is a blind dog and the smartest sweetest dog I have ever had. She plays fetch and goes for walks. She loves splashing in our river. She will, bark at anybody that walks by but she knows it if family is there. She loves attention and playing with other dogs. She is the most amazing dog I have ever had, and even though inbreeding is wrong, I will recommend getting a blind dog. They are the most loving dogs in the world.

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Guide To Australian Shepherd Training & Care

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