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Miniature Australian Shepherd Breeder

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A responsible miniature australian shepherd breeder should screen the dogs; the breeder should also socialize the puppy. Mini Aussies have muscular, small to medium-sized bodies. The dogs stand 14 to 18 inches at the shoulders. They weigh between 20 to 40 pounds. Their triangular-shaped ears are set high on the head. The almond-shaped eyes can be of any color, for example, blue, brown, amber or any variation with flecks or marbling. A responsible miniature australian shepherd breeder should screen the dogs; the breeder should also socialize the puppy.

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Miniature Australian Shepherd Breeder

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Mini Aussies were first registered as an accepted breed by the National Stock Dog Registry in 1980s. The AKC recognized the breed in 1993. Just like the standard size Aussies, the mini breed is also valued for the intelligence, endurance, and agile temperament. A responsible miniature australian shepherd breeder should screen the dogs; the breeder should also socialize the puppy.

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