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  • The downside to Aussie's is their shedding, but this isn't really a problem if you truly desire to own the dog as a pet
  • Its seriously a dog one should consider if all that was described aligns with whats being sought in a pet

    • by Chronman
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      The aussie shepard is probably one of the greatest pets anyone will ever can own. They are great friends, great with children/people, natural leaders, intelligent, have high longevity/life-span, and playful/active.

      If you’re seeking a great friend and loyal dog, this is the one for you. These dogs will go the distance and they only require that you feed them and love them in return. These dogs have many aspects to their personality and can amaze you with the cute acts and personality some may have. My own Aussie sometimes wakes me up from sleep at the appropriate time and it participates -sort of- when I play the gitar by howling. My aussie is a life-long friend and hes


      even help me with the ladies because of his beautiful coat. lol.

      These dogs are typically very gregarious and friendly to all sorts of people, though they can be very protective. All my friends love him because of his easy-to-get-along type attitude that attracts the respect of all. they also are quite socially compatible with other creatures/dogs due to their natural herding traits which are characteristic of the breed. They are great with kids.

      They’re natural leaders and welcome challenges/responsibilities. You’ll often find that they quite headstrong in their leadership and very confident/assertive. They try to herd everything in sight.

      Aussie Shepherds are very intelligent, thus are capable of learning a wide variety of tricks and commands. They’re intelligence is ...


      • very conducive to obedience/deportment, so if one is searching for a dog that can compose itself in any given enviornmental context, aussie’s will end your search. They’re very perceptive; skilled in their ability to sense danger.

        Longevity is another attractive characteristic of Aussie’s, as they are typically healthy and live long lives, though some might Merles might encounter vision difficulties as they are in their final years. Provide them with a proper diet and adequate exercise/fitness training; trips to the park will suffice.

        Aussie’s are very playful/active so if you’re one who lives a dull life, they might not be the dog for you; though they can enrich your life. They require large a great deal of physical activity

        to remain in prime condition. As I mentioned earlier, few trips to the park per week should suffice. Allow them to socialize with other dogs aswell.

        The downside to Aussie’s is their shedding, but this isn’t really a problem if you truly desire to own the dog as a pet. Shedding is relatively easy to clean and tend to, so one shouldn’t have much issues with this aspct of the dog. It might present a problem to individuals who are prone to allergies, so this should be checked.

        My opinion on this dog is essentially all great things. Its seriously a dog one should consider if all that was described aligns with whats being sought in a pet.




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