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

HARRIET of Ozzie and Harriet

by Yvonne
(Harpers Ferry WV)

Harriet at 9 mos

Harriet at 9 mos

This is Harriet, one of two Toy Australian Shepherds that we adopted in February. At nine months, Harriet weighs just 12&1/2 lbs. She is every bit a little lady who is very affectionate and doesn't like to get her feet wet or dirty, and is very well-behaved. If there's such a thing as a Herding Princess, she is it. She is very calm and very prissy, a nice contrast to her "brother" Ozzie, whose bio and photo are separate as they refuse to be photographed together.

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Guide To Australian Shepherd Training & Care

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