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

Sheila, Our Rescued Mini Aussie

by Pippa



This is our beautiful mini girl. We rescued her and are so happy we did. We have always had Springers. She is so smart and we were able to train her using the very good guide you can download here.

Her favorite thing is the frisby and tormenting our 15 year old Springer who takes it in her stride! We have had no problems with her at all so am surprised when reading about issues people have with their Aussies on this forum.

She did have to have surgery on her back knees for knee luxation though but came through like a trouper.

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Your Rescued Aussie
by: Anonymous

So glad you recued Sheila. The problem with the issues we have had are that Aussies are sooooooooooooo intelligent. At times I think they are part human. Our Aussie can read our minds and we do not have to give her commands. We talk to her just like we talk to our humans.

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