Mini Aussies ~ Intelligent, Versatile Dogs

 

 

Mini Aussies Need"Forever Homes"

 

Miniature Australian Shepherds are exploding in popularity as more people discover these wonderful dogs but they're not a fit for every household.  Since they can live 12 to 15 years, getting a Mini Aussie is not a decision to be taken lightly.

 

Training and Exercise

Miniature Australian Shepherds are very intelligent, versatile dogs. Because they are bred to herd sheep, Mini Aussies generally require a lot of exercise to be happy and healthy.  Their intelligence demands training and guidance or it can lead them to get into trouble - give Mini Aussie puppies.  We'll C Mini Aussies provides a quick reference for Mini Aussie traits.

them a job or they'll find one on their own!  Their athletic ability makes them an excellent participant in dog sports like agility, Frisbee, fly ball, and herding. Mini Aussies can make wonderful family dogs as long as they are given enough exercise and mental stimulation.

 

Mini Aussies Have High Energy Levels

As with any herding dog placement, it's important to carefully match the energy level of each Miniature Australian Shepherd with the right home. Some Mini Aussies might live comfortably in an apartment for example, but many will be too active and require much more room than an apartment provides.

 

 

 

Mini Aussies Need Socialization

As Mini Aussies can be reserved with strangers, it is important to socialize them with people outside their own families.
 

Mini Aussies Do Shed

Miniature Australian Shepherds shed their undercoat twice a year. Because of their type of coat and shedding issues, they are not recommended for people allergic to dog fur and dander.

 

Mini Aussies are Called Velcro Dogs

Miniature Australian Shepherds are extremely loving and devoted to their families, incredibly smart, and can do well with children and other pets. A Mini Aussie will want to be a part of your life: they're often called "Velcro dogs" because they will follow you everywhere. If you can provide lots of time, exercise, training and love, a Mini Aussie might be the right dog for you!