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Guide To Australian Shepherd Training & Care

Patches And Bandit Make Two Aussies In Our Home

by Pam
(San Mateo, California)

Patches barking at Bandit

Patches barking at Bandit

We have had Bandit for well over a year now... and he dearly loves us, but always seems happier when he is around other dogs... so when his "sister" became available (she's from a recent litter, same parents)... we decided to give him a playmate and friend... at first he was not quite sure that this little ball of fluff was really a dog, but she soon showed him that she was! Already, even though she is only 8 weeks old... she attacks her brother and they are playing beautifully... Bandit is very gentle with her, but they even play tug of war with an old sock...i t is really funny to watch, and both are thoroughly enjoying each other... so glad we decided to get a second one... Patches is really a little ball of fire...

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So cute
by: Casey

I haven't seen many Aussie's a line down their face, mine has it and everyone always thinks its crazy, I absolutely love it. My puppies picture is under "My Sweet Boy, Tatum"

More on patches
by: Tom

Patches is definitely a great asset for us. Not quite 8 weeks old and she is already on her way to be house broken. I only get up once in the night for her with very few if any accidents. We have a two story house, and for the first time patches climbed up all the stairs. Her brother Bandit didn't accomplish that feat until almost four months old. She sure is a handful of energy but great for all of us.

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