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Australian Shepherd Info

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Australian shepherd info is usually provided by breeders, rescues, and clubs that can also offer training classes. High-energy dogs, they need to feel wanted. Their owners should be ready to dedicate much time to training. Neglected dogs can become bored and develop unwanted behavior. Running, jumping, and roughhousing can be controlled by proper training. Australian shepherd info is usually provided by breeders, rescues, and clubs that can also offer training classes.

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Australian Shepherd

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Australian Shepherd Info

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The Aussie was developed to be a moderate sized, robust, all-purpose stock dog. The dogs of this breed have a great stamina and endurance. Primarily bred to work sheep and cattle, Aussies are still used according to their original purpose. Australian shepherd info is usually provided by breeders, rescues, and clubs that can also offer training classes.

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