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Guide To Australian Shepherd Training & Care

Holy Wiggles! Penny, Fry, And Beck

by Meredith

Penny is a nearly 4 year-old red tri Aussie. She is the half sister of 3 1/2 year-old blue merle litter-mates, Fry and Beck. Technically, Beck belongs to myself while Penny and Fry belong to my best friend; however they have never been apart for more than a week or two their whole lives! We frequently have sleep overs, play dates, and road trips for the trio.

Sometimes my friend and I trade and switch around the pups so they each get a little one on one time. Each dog is amazingly smart and has his/her own personality, but when you put the three together they turn in to herding hellions!

Penny and Beck, the two females, are intense herders of geese, squirrels, and birds. They constantly scan trees and the shoreline for any signs of movement and take their herding job very seriously. Fry, the lone male, is eager to please and excels at agility. He also herds, but mostly he is just following his sisters lead. Beck and Fry love to swim. They love boat, kayak, and jet ski rides. Penny...not so much.

Watching the three siblings grow up together has been a truly unique experience. They let you know every day how much they love you with their loyalty and uncontrollable wigglebutts!

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Guide To Australian Shepherd Training & Care

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