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Australian Shepherd Puppy

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If an australian shepherd puppy is not available at the kennels, sometimes breeders will post a photo from other sources. Caring for a young Aussie requires a large fenced area for running and playing. Small space confinement or loneliness for long time periods may lead to mischievous behavior. Plenty of attention, room to run, to jump, and even rough house are crucial to get highest potential from your new Aussie. If an australian shepherd puppy is not available at the kennels, sometimes breeders will post a photo from other sources.

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Australian Shepherd

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Australian Shepherd Puppy

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The most important part of an Aussie’s development generally takes place during months 2 and 8. At this time it is crucial for them to be well socialized with other people, to prevent aggressive tendencies at maturity. If socialized properly, they will mature into extremely loyal, dependable, happy dogs. If an australian shepherd puppy is not available at the kennels, sometimes breeders will post a photo from other sources.

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