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Guide To Australian Shepherd Training & Care

VB Stands For Very Best In Your Aussie

by Pat van Bergen
(Centerville, TN )

Thunder from down under

Thunder from down under

There are now 15 generations of Aussies we are responsible for breeding, show, placed and most importantly loved. We have not used outside stock unless we know the dogs personally. We place our babies after a stringent interview process that rejects anyone who doesn't have the wellbeing of the puppy first and their own satisfaction second.

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Inquiry On Your Breeding Program
by: T.K. Williams

Hi, My name is Toni and I live in ABQ. I have been looking through the newsletter and saw your post. I recently lost my eleven year old Aussie, Buster, whom I purchased from PrivateStoc in Moriarty NM in 1998. Pam rarely breeds Aussies any more and I am on the beginning of my quest for an Aussie to join our family: me, hubby, cat. I am 62 and do my own training. Buster was a therapy/service dog who I trained and I am looking for a dog who will be my companion and who will continue Buster's legacy as a service dog visiting pediatric wards in hospitals and geriatric long term care facilities. I am a big exerciser and my dog will be my exercise companion as well as accompany me everywhere. I provide a big yard, companionship, excellent training and can provide excellent references if you are breeding pups for sale and if I was interested in establishing a relationship with you.

I am extremely interested in breeders who are breeding for excellent, calm temperament as well as soundness and balance. My Buster turned out to have elbow dysplasia and I would surely like to avoid that disability again if possible.
I am looking for a male (who would be neutered), prefer blue merle just because I do like the colorful look, and a dog who is NOT an alpha and has a sweet temperament and is relaxed enough to adapt to almost any situation. I am willing to go practically anywhere in the US to work with a breeder who can help me select and place a dog in our western outdoor household. My name is Toni (TK) Williams and my phone number is 505-350-6260. I can be reached at I would be interested in acquiring a pup at about 9 weeks and after July 15 when I can devote myself to the pup full time. If this is not of interest to you but you know of a breeder who might have pups coming or who are available in July would you mind giving me information so I could reach them.
In closing, I am a serious Aussie lover and an experienced trainer providing a safe environment and lots of romping and rough-housing. Thanks. TK

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