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Australian Shepherd Behavior

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Australian shepherd behavior is the number one concern of breeders, as a kennel should match the temperaments of the breeding stock. An Aussie that is not properly socialized and trained can develop behavioral problems, such as aggressiveness or fearfulness towards strangers. Positive training techniques may not work with Aussies as successfully as with some other breeds. These intelligent dogs may take an advantage of such kind of training. To succeed in training, you must be your Aussie’s leader. Australian shepherd behavior is the number one concern of breeders, as a kennel should match the temperaments of the breeding stock.

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Australian Shepherd

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Australian Shepherd Behavior

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These are protective herding dogs that are usually reserved with strangers, and affectionate towards their humans. In their puppy hood, Aussies need proper socialization. Do not get an Aussie, if you are not able to devote enough time to training. Australian shepherd behavior is the number one concern of breeders, as a kennel should match the temperaments of the breeding stock.

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