Standard Australian Shepherd Puppies

Puppy Adoption Information

A Standard Australian Shepherd Puppy will make an excellent addition to your family. They are wonderful with children and as well as all ages. They are also highly intelligent. Most people are familiar with the Standard Aussie’s herding ability. However, they are actually capable of learning about any task required from a farm dog. We have also found them to become very loyal and magnificent companions.

Here you will find the Standard Australian Shepherd puppies we have available for adoption. If you’d like to reserve your puppy, first Read our Policies. Then either Contact Us or use the payment button below your puppy to reserve them with your non-refundable deposit.

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About Shallow Creek Farm’s Standard Australian Shepherds

Character: The Australian Shepherd is an intelligent and eager dog that likes to learn. It is relaxed, loyal, devoted, bonds closely with family; some, even developing separation anxiety. Aussies are known for their confidence and being lively. At times, they are known to behave like puppies.

Temperament: The Australian Shepherd dog is known to be a great companion for children and other pets, especially when it is socialized as a puppy. “Aussies” may be shy around strangers, as it is territorial by nature. Australian Shepherds are affectionate and kindhearted. The Australian Shepherd can become bored, nervous, destructive without frequent socialization, and proper exercise.

Care: The Australian Shepherd requires little grooming, but during shedding season, a thorough combing is required. Australian Shepherds can live in warm or cool climates. “Aussies” thrive when they can live indoors as they require constant socialization. Aussies can live to be 12-13 years and have litters of 5-8 puppies.

Training: The Australian Shepherd is a smart and fun to train. This is because they learn quickly and easily. Aussies want to please and are eager to do so with a wide variety of sports and games. They excel in such as things as herding, Flyball, and agility competitions.

Activity: The Australian Shepherds need a lot of exercise. Also, they need to be kept occupied. An Aussie makes an excellent companion for those people that are active. Particularly, those who recreate outdoors. Aussies can be an apartment dog if sufficiently exercised.

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