Australian Shepherds Are Easy To Train & Love To Learn
Australian Shepherds were bred to be herding dogs, as their name suggests, so they love to work with their humans. Training them should be relatively easy, as long as you can exercise them for about 30-60 minutes of exercise every day. A high energy dog that isn't for everyone!
At The 2020 Beverly Hills Dog Show
These are two Australian shepherds who honestly should do some modeling on the side if they don't already.
UC Davis online graduation celebrations to include personal touches
Ricky Walther of Rancho Cordova submitted a photo of himself and his Australian shepherds to create a personal graduation profile that will be displayed for each participant in the UC Davis Veterinary School’s online graduation celebration
Aussies one of The 25 most popular dog breeds in America this year ... and the rarest
Australian shepherds are #13 on the nation's most popular dog list this year.
Incredible photographs show pooches 'flying' through the air
Dashing through the water! Another of the images shows an extraordinary snap of Splash the Australian Shepherd joyfully running through a muddy lake
95 Adorable Australian Shepherd Dog Names - DogVills
Looking for some adorable Australian Shepherd dog names? How about 95 of them? We've chosen the best inspired by all the features of this gorgeous dog!
The Cutest Dog Breeds That Will Finally Convince You to Adopt
Aussies are known for being smart, playful dogs, which makes them a great choice for a family pet. They're also known for commonly having heterochromia, a condition that gives them two different colored eyes.
Aussies one of top 6 breeds found on farms | Australian Shepherd | Farms.com
Australian Shepherd: This breed is also a known herder like border collies and blue/red heelers. Australian Shepherds are quick, agile and smart. They have a lot of energy that can be put to good use working a flock of sheep or a herd of cattle.
An Aussie Puppy of Napa County
Chloe is a 6 month old red tri Aussie. She is crazy!!! She thinks she’s a mountain goat & tries to climb everything. She loves to wrestle with her brother Koda, an 8 year old Huskey.
One of the least obedient dog breeds
The Australian shepherd is a high-energy breed with a relatively unknown origin story prior to its appearance in the U.S. Known for its territorial and protective nature, this breed requires careful and active training. - Understanding of new commands: 25 to 40 repetitions - Obey first command: 50% of the time or better
7 reasons you absolutely should NOT get an Australian Shepherd
Take a look at our list of all the reasons why you definitely shouldn't get one of these dogs. (Definitely tongue-in-cheek.)
Australian Shepherd: Popular Big Dog Breeds
It started out in the Pyrenees Mountains between France and Spain, was brought to Australia to herd sheep, and then became popular with U.S. ranchers, who thought it originated down under — hence the name. It is an intelligent breed with a strong herding instinct and work ethic. The Australian Shepherd is closely associated with the cowboy lifestyle.
Australian shepherds have never won the Westminster Dog Show
Australian shepherds are the 15th most popular dog in the US, yet they've struggled to find the same popularity at Westminster.
Hudson, Australian Shephard
At just nine months old, Hudson already has a keen fashion sense — not to mention a contagious smile that could light up any room. | The Cutest Penn State Dogs | Onward State