Check Out Our Available Toy and Mini Aussie Puppies, Mini Aussie Puppies for sale.
Check Out Our Available Toy and Mini Aussie Puppies, Mini Aussie Puppies for sale.
Elle Mae is a double blue eyed tri that was born here. She is a sweet delight and a better personality you could not ask for. Elle Mae took second at the 2016 ASDR Las Vegas Nationals, we are very proud of our girl.
Elle Mae has earned her Elite Grand Championship with ASDR.
Mitzi is a sweet black tri female that came to us from Chapman Aussies and goes back to our Kevlar.
We are pleased to have her in our program.
Mitzi is an Elite Grand Champion with American Stock Dog Registry.
Mitzi is sired by Justa Little Addison Shondo who was sired by our Kevlar and Justa Little Daydream "DD"
Katie was born here. Her parents are Maggie and Kevlar. We are loving what we see out of this little girl. She is truly her mother's clone. Katie is another wonder example of toy aussies. We are proud to be her breeder. Katie is an Elite Grand Champion with ASDR.
She has her Rally Novice title.
Katie is sired by our Kevlar and Maggie and is clear by parentage on full PawPrint Genetics panel.
Luna was born here and is out of our Elle Mae and a friends male Haze. Luna has a great temperament and of course is another favorite of the girls. Luna likes to compete in Nose work and we look forward toward earning her titles in 2020.
Luna is an Elite Grand Champion with ASDR and has earned her Odor Recognition Certificate in Birch with ASDR.
Blondie Sue is dual registered as an ASDR Miniature Australian Shepherd and an AKC Miniature American Shepherd. Blondie is AKC Pointed, runs fast cat and earned her farm dog title in October.
Maggie was the third toy aussie that I purchased. She was born August 2010 and is the matriarch of the family. Maggie had a spectacular show career and had many BIS and BOB wins. She was the 2016 BIS Veteran at the Las Vegas Nationals. She is a wonder example of the toy aussies.
Maggie remains with us and is a great snuggle companion.
Love, Love, Love this girl. Sophie was one of my first girls and she has such a sweet attitude. She passes her good nature and love onto her puppies and we could not be happier. Sophie retired from our breeding program in 2016 and went to live with a friend in Southern Indiana. Sophie passed away in 2019.
Sophie left her mark on the toy aussie world and on her puppies. She had a heart of gold and a sweet disposition that never met a stranger. She was a great ambassodor for the breed.
We miss this sweet girl every day but are lucky to have her continued spirit in our program and in many puppies that we see in the show rings.
Ruby is a sweet girl who have us two litters. We decided to place Ruby this year and she lives with a family in Owensboro who has an autistic son. Ruby has lot of energy and I never saw this to be a good match and put them off for a couple of months, but it could not be a better fit. Ruby is one of our toy aussies that we placed in a retirement home after she was done in our program.
Ruby lives with a family in Owensboro and is a companion for their son who is Autistic.
Roxanne came to us from Kathy Parsons. She is a very sweet and shy girl who has been retired. Roxanne had one litter before she was affected with an auto immune disease. She has been fixed and is just running around and enjoying herself.
Roxanne is living with a family in Marion, Illinois and doing great.
I fell in love with Willow from her picture. She was one of my first and I have loved every minute with her. Willow has given me several beautiful pups and her Elle Mae is still in my program. Willow retired in 2018 and lives with my friend and handler when I need an extra hand Teresa.
Willow passed on her great temperment and disposition to our Elle Mae and her grandaughter Luna.
Walker is a small toy australian shepherd. Walker came to us from our good friend Larry Adcock. Walker has earned her ASDR Level One Title.
Walker will be retiring after this litter and has her forever waiting.
Shiloh passed away in an accident December, 2019. Shiloh was a beautiful girl, sweet and warm spirited girl who never met a stranger.. Shiloh earned 4th at the 2016 ASDR Las Vegas Nationals.
Shiloh has earned her ASDR Grand Elite Championship.
We miss her.
This little gem is a granddaughter of our Kevlar and is currently living the life of luxury with our good friends Teresa and Rick. She hangs out with her good buddy Willow who is retired. Sunny earned her Elite Grand Championship at the Springfield Missouri Year End Show 2019.
Sassy is living the life in her retirement home with Linda and Dennis. Sassy had one litter and our good friend Carla Miller has her baby girl Cassie.
Mia is living her best life with Sarah and her family that have two of our toy aussies. One is from Mia and is excited to have her mom in the house. Mia is a beautiful black tri female with great bloodlines and is clear across the board on a full panel from Paw Print Genetics. She passes her sweet temperment to her puppies.
Screech has a new home with our friend Paige and her kids and a couple other of our aussies. I love this little red head. We have had a bond since she got here. She was our pick puppy out of a litter sired by our Remington. Screech loves agility, rally and scent work. Conformation not so much, but oh well we try.
Screech earned her Elite Grand Championship in 2019. Screech earned an Invitation to the 2018 Las Vegas Nationals and competed in Conformation and Agility.
Screech is clear on a full Pawprints Panel and is sired by Our Lil Dark Knight Remington "Retired")
Mocha is retired and living with Marie and her mom Marie in Michigan. Mocha is a red tri miniature australian shepherd that is registered with ASDR. Mocha is 15.5" tall.
Mocha is an ASDR Elite Grand Champion
and is only registered with ASDR.
We are very proud of the females in our breeding program. Each of our females has been chosen based on structure and temperament.
The Toy Australian Shepherd is a smaller version of the Standard ranging from 10"-14" in height. The Australian Shepherd (affectionately called an ‘Aussie’) does not actually originate in Australia. It is believed that some Basque farmers brought ancestors of these dogs with them when they emigrated to Australia, then subsequently to the United States during the 1849 California gold rush. However, the breed as it is known today was developed in the American Southwest over the next few decades. The Australian dog was crossed with several breeds in an effort to produce an animal able to deal with the harsh temperatures and demands of the American West. Breeding during this period was mainly focused on ability—speed, agility, and endurance--rather than appearance, which delayed the Australian Shepherd’s recognition as a breed. Australian Shepherds became popular pets after they were featured as rodeos performers in the 1950’s, and later in Disney films such as ‘Run Appaloosa Run’. The Miniature Australian Shepherd was created by selectively breeding small Australian Shepherds. It has increased in popularity in the last few years due to its combination of small size with high energy level and endurance.
The Toy Australian Shepherd is intelligent and eager to learn. It is relaxed, loyal, and devoted, bonding closely with family, even to the point of developing separation anxiety. Aussies are confident and lively; they are known to behave like puppies.
They are a great companion for children and other pets, especially if socialized as a puppy. It can be shy around strangers, as it is territorial by nature. Toy Australian Shepherds are affectionate and kindhearted. They are easily bored. The character and temperament of the Toy & Miniature Australian Shepherd, regardless of the size variation, is that of a herding dog. Most Aussies do not adapt well to a sedentary lifestyle. If you like to come home from work and just plop on the couch with the remote, this is not your breed. If you are looking for a dog that has a high intelligence level to be a major "partner" in your life that you can truly interact with, that is the Aussie. Many Aussies live on farms or ranches and thrive on the mental and physical stimulation of helping with morning chores However, there are many, many that live in cities. No matter where you live; your Aussie will be happiest to live with you. Australian Shepherds do not do well living a sedentary lifestyle. They thrive on mental stimulation and most will not be happy as a kennel dog. They need social interaction with their owners. Toy and Mini Aussies make excellent house dogs with appropriate exercise. The background of the energy level of the dogs in the puppies pedigree will be a good clue as to the energy level your puppy will have. This varies from bloodlines to bloodlines. Be sure you discuss the energy level of the dogs the breeder has that you are purchasing your puppy from.
The Toy Australian Shepherd requires relatively little grooming, but a thorough combing is required when shedding. Bathe only when necessary. Miniature Australian Shepherds can tolerate warm or cool climates, but must live indoors as they require constant socialization. Aussies have a life span of 12-13 years and litters of 5-8 puppies.
The Toy Australian Shepherd is fun to train because it learns quickly and easily. Aussies are unusually eager to please and adept at a wide variety of sports and games, such as herding, Flyball, and agility competitions.
Not only does the Miniature Australian Shepherd need a lot of exercise, it needs to be kept occupied. The Miniature Australian Shepherd is an excellent companion for people that are active, particularly those who recreate outdoors. Miniature Australian Shepherds are especially popular in dog agility competitions and other dog sports. Aussies will do okay in an apartment if sufficiently exercised.
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