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

You Don't Know Jack

by Ken Lee
(Leesburg, VA)

Jack on his first day in his new home

Jack on his first day in his new home

But you can! Jack is our new rescue dog. He and his sister were found abandoned in a field and turned over to a rescue shelter in southern Virginia at about 8-9 weeks old (his sister is even cuter than he is!).

When the rescue group put them on the Internet (, we were lucky enough to get our application in and bring Jack home.

He is now getting to know his three big sisters (another Aussie, a Border Collie, and a Border Terrier - all rescues). So far, they tolerate him, but wonder what happended to their quiet, sedate life. Last weekend, Jack started puppy kindergarten.

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Guide To Australian Shepherd Training & Care

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