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


by Karen Nzerem
(Barksdale AFB. LA)

Rose and me

Rose and me

She is 11 months old and we love her to death. She gets along great with other dogs and cats. She is still very skittish getting in to a car. She does not like new people to come to the house. She barks at them and hides.

If anyone has advise on how to get her to not fear the leash. She pees on herself if you put it on her and will not move with it on. I have tried different things with her but to no avail.

She is a total lap dog and if she is not on you she lays on the floor where she can still touch you. I absolutely love her and she is a great dog and she is a very important part of the family.

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Guide To Australian Shepherd Training & Care

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