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

Help With Pup's Nerves

by April
(Kokomo, IN, USA)





I am just wounding why does my alstralian shepherd shack and anxiety and fearful its like she had nerve problems and I was wounding how do I fix it

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Not an aussie
by: Anonymous

The picture is not that of an Australian Shepherd. I’m not sure but it looks more like a pit bull. If so, it is possible that it is just the nature of a pit or he/she has been exposed to dog fighting. If you want to make sure what you have, then DNA test the dog. If you were sold the dog as an Aussie, take him back. That dog in the pics is no pure bred Aussie.

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